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24 Incredible Books You Should Read This Summer

The season’s new books include smart thrillers and sprawling family dramas.<p>A wrestler sets his sights on the NCAA championship; a man goes on a statewide search for his missing son. A trends forecaster learns to cope with the market’s return to IRL experiences; an ex-musician reflects on his glory …

Books

You'd Never Notice This Miniature Mouse Cafe on the Sidewalk

Make sure you don’t squeak past this mouse-sized street exhibit on a Swedish street corner.<p>The small delights of a miniature French town square combine European charm with hyperrealistic details that even a mouse would have a hard time poking holes through in a wall in Malmö, Sweden. As created by …

Have a Hardcore Holiday with a Psychedelic Cyber-Santa

LSD-injected Christmas cheer is the best kind of Christmas cheer.<p>Like Christmas music, Christmas-themed art isn't always the best, which is why we're so excited by this bouquet of festive animations starring an androgynous cyborg Santa. Decked in fluorescent greens, pinks, and yellows, the shorts …

What truth? George Orwell, Aldous Huxley and the Trumpified political reality of 2016

<b>Aldous Huxley; George Orwell; Donald Trump (AP/John Locher)</b><p>Taken together, the two great dystopian novelists of the mid-20th century might have dreamed up Donald Trump<p>Conor Lynch<p>December 24, 2016 11:00am (UTC)<p>In a diary he kept in 1942, the novelist and essayist George Orwell recorded the disgust …

Literature

“What was the author trying to say?” is the worst question an English teacher can ask

“What was the author <i>trying</i> to say?” This common question in English classes is often posed by a professor who then reveals various ideas hidden within a novel as if they were a clear, neatly ordered message, waiting to be unpacked. From this perspective, writing is full of both signs and disguises, …

Literature

Google’s ad tracking is as creepy as Facebook's. Here’s how to disable it

Google in June deleted a clause in its privacy settings that said it would not combine cookie information with personal information without consent<p>Since Google changed the way it tracks its users across the internet in June 2016, users’ personally identifiable information from Gmail, YouTube and …

The 15 Best Places On The Internet For Book Lovers

It’s lit<p>The internet is great for many things: <i>The OC</i> GIFs, Harambe memes, and literature.<p>Does it seem like one of those things is not like the other? If it feels at all strange to you that the medium which has been credited (along with television, of course) with a national decline in attention …