- If you only read one link all month, make it this one. But it’s long. Like, really long. (p.s. If you need to get around the NYT paywall, clicky here.)
- Judging a wine by its label.
- “Emma Watson looked out of the window of Pembroke Hall onto the intersection of Angell and Prospect and watched the line of vintage jean-jacketed 20-year-olds blowing on their Americanos and clutching copies of To the Lighthouse and Of Grammatology.”
- Chinese censorship
- “I had a fantastic Nigerian midwife. She entertained me with stories about Nigerian men. Of course, not straight away, but after I finally got my epidural and sucked on gas&air pipe, which gave me hope that I might live.”
- Yay Lea! Lea’s in the big time.
- Fact-checking at Cosmo.
- Some lake in Mongolia.
- ooo shiiiny.
- Blind item! Can you guess who it is? “His dislike of Jews and especially of Zionists was egged on by Marsh’s Israel hatred, later encapsulated in a revolting letter to Marsh where he mocked the head of East London’s B’Nai B’rith Club.”
- The last picture is nice.