What we read while regifting…
- In honor of the greatest holiday ever, here’s Esquire‘s “What I’ve Learned” interview with Jesus H. Christ. And Ron Artest’s conjecture on the Savior’s basketball box scores.
- Your Christmas spirit may have distracted you from the big news from last week: Paramore broke up! Regardless of your opinion of the band, the blog statement of two ex-band members is an interesting look at how the record industry works today. One might call it a Misery Business…
- The Millions‘ fun annual series “A Year in Reading” has come to a close.
- The “Baseball Economist” answers questions on the Freakonomics Blog, including a question about why the Mets have been so lousy. And Jason Gay explains to parents what to tell the kids about this year’s Jets.
- Michael Weinreb’s 29 favorite things of 2010.
- In other best of 2010 news, there’s the Wall Street Journal‘s best photos and Give Me Something to Read‘s best, umm, reads. No matter what movies you’ve seen this year, these are the ten best. On a more serious note, here are Roger Ebert’s ten best feature films of 2010.
- If you are worried about the upcoming world war between Google and Apple, it’s worth reading this to decide which side you’ll take.
- Social media tips with help from The Wire.
- Ricky Gervais explains why he’s an atheist.