Category Archives: The Internet

Oh yeah, there’s a new episode of The Daryl & Andy Show; it’s very funny.

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Our ol’ friend Leon…

talks with Gothamist about his plans to place a 60 ft. spider on the Brooklyn bridge.

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Since I haven’t posted on here in forever

… and we have a DFW category. Check out the Not Foster Wallace Tumblr.

This guy, also not, Louis C.K. or Dexter.

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Madness

Nate Silver does some bracketology over @ the NYT. Below is the chart showing different seeds chances of reaching various stages in the tournament.

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Our kids are smarter than yours,

continuing our recent Jonathan Lethem inspired East Coast-West Coast beef: exhibit H, 4th grade reading proficiency.

Chart courtesy of GalleyCat.

More @ HuffPo.

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Check out Raskolnikov’s inbox

over @ HTMLGIANT.

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Speaking of the LA Times:

Jonathan Lethem’s new book They Live, forthcoming from Soft Skull, and about the cult classic John Carpenter film of the same name, is excerpted @ the WSJ.

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