Web Wrap: Must-Reads From the Internets

Web Wrap: Must-Reads From the Internets

Oct 27, 2011

Here’s a look at what you might have missed today.

 Web Wrap: Must Reads From the Internets

Next week the world will have 7 billion people on it. The Week takes a look at how that number breaks down.

Some choice Beavis and Butt-Head quotes, courtesy of BuzzFeed.

Steve Jobs may be gone, but he’s still watching you.

Too soon?

Australia made the world’s biggest coin—it weighs a ton and is worth $1 million. Perth Mint chief executive Ed Harbuz said the coin was “the pinnacle of ingenuity and innovation.” He was probably confusing it with an iPad.

Mental Floss has a preview of John Hodgman’s new book “That is All.”

Still don’t get the point of Siri? Just wait.

68% of Americans support a surtax for people earning over $1 million a year. And yet Congress won’t pass anything of the sort. By the transitive property, doest that mean 68% of Conngress will get voted out next year?

The stock market finally went bonkers in a good way.

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