What We Are Reading

October 30, 2011

Here are some of the things we’re reading this week. Enjoy!

Thanks to Rajiv Mehta for contributing to this week’s links! Brilliant readers, feel free to send us interesting things you’re reading and we’ll include them in our list.

 

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