Here are the links we loved today:
Esquire appreciates Chris Pratt.
Man unexpectedly finds himself on a list of missing children.
The Paris Review’s guide to literary paint chips.
Miller Lite introduces the punch top can.
The New Yorker explores whether social influence measure Klout lives up to its hype.
Israeli author Etgar Keret interviews himself over at The Nervous Breakdown.
If you’ve ever been interested in pursuing a Master’s in dungeoneering, you’ve finally got your chance.
The fact that half of all doctors regret being doctors does not make me feel good about getting sick.
The first scene of Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest, The Dictator, is online: