Aug 2, 2012 @ 12:09:00 am
London is now home to the world’s most distracting maze. (It’s made out of 250,000 books).
Do spoilers ruin a book? Not necessarily, says a paper in the September issue of Psychological Science. While most people say that they'd rather not know how something ends, a study conducted by the psychology department at the University of California at San Diego found that people actually enjoy books and movies more when they know what's coming.
In light of the recent Jonah Lehrer scandal, Craig Silverman considers the warning signs that suggest that a promising young journalist is developing dangerous habits.
HTMLGiant presents The New York Review of Tweets—a succinct roundup of all the Twitter feeds worth paying attention to, with tag lines like this one: “If you miss dropping acid and fucking on roofs, you should
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