Some reading material from around the internet:
Amazing new photos of the Titanic.
Starbucks to release their own energy drink.
Rainbow-striped Jello Easter eggs.
Mystery booms in Wisconsin.
Just how big is Wal-Mart?
What you need to know about Mad Men season 5.
A new painting by Van Gogh has been discovered.
A child’s wardrobe that actually leads to Narnia!
Watch all of Mass Effect 3‘s different endings.
A nice review of Angry Birds Space.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on being a meme.
10 things that are smarter than you’d expect.
Historic photos of female scientists at work.
Social media will probably not democratize the world.
Play the interactive 8-bit Mad Men game.
Watch celebrities read their follower’s meanest tweets.
Young people are losing interest in cars.
Suzanne Collins is Kindle’s best selling author of all time, and 29 of the 100 most highlighted passages on the Kindle come from The Hunger Games trilogy.
Speaking of which: the film version of The Hunger Games opens huge.
Defending the thesaurus.
A previously unreleased Kurt Vonnegut novella was released last week.
How does 1Q84 stack up against Haruki Murakami’s other classic novels?
Famous lost novels.
A list of Irish heroes in Jame Joyce’s Ulysses.
Dreamily eerie Alice In Wonderland drawings.
Robert Louis Stevenson on the books that have inspired him.
via Entertainment Weekly.
A nice Game Of Thrones featurette to get you caught up for the show’s return on April 1.
Some hilarious audience notes from a 1980s screening of David Cronenberg’s Videodrome.
Could Hawkeye from The Avengers be the world’s worst archer?
This is what Carrie looks like in The Sex And The City prequel.
They’re making a Hannibal Lecter TV show.
Meet the new companion on Doctor Who, and learn some details from the upcoming season.
An oral history of The Sopranos.
Many buyers fooled by The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo‘s DVD joke.
The beginning of the end of HBO?
A bizarre picture from a Chinese dog show.
Why cats can survive falls that would kill any other animals.
How does the brain secrete morality?
A brief guide to pop culture in 1966.
10 great songs from 1966.
Chick-Fil-A threatens the guy who made the “Eat More Kale” t-shirts, he fights back with a Kickstarter documentary.
Cell division humor.
Even Geraldo Rivera’s son is ashamed of his father’s comments, re: Trayvon Martin and hoodies.
Pictures of toddlers being best friends with their dogs.
An impossible font.
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