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New Flight of the Conchords, the "anternet," the history of Burning Man and more
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A Stanford scientist has discovered the "anternet," nature's very own Web.
Author Italo Calvino explains why the classics are required reading.
Are our agricultural habits destroying the Amish?
Extreme meditation isn't as peaceful as it sounds.
In the New York Times, tech writer Jenna Wortham on the agony of ignoring your phone.
An oral history of the Burning Man festival.
Rocket Roger Clemens makes his return with the Sugar Land Skeeters.
Hardcore bikers, get psyched for the toilet bike.
Remember Aaliyah? Buzzfeed does, with this best-of video list.
Stylist's 50 funniest lines from literature.
Do you know where your book reviews are coming from?
If you've wondered what Paris Hilton has been up to, the answer is "pretty much the same."
The Flight of the Conchords latest jam benefits kids in need: