I generally don't gravitate towards non-fiction. It's not that I dislike the genre, I'd just rather get lost in an imaginary world. With that said, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, is one of the best books I've read lately. Well, okay, ignore the "lately" part. I haven't been reading much, but that's besides the point. This is a really fascinating book. Page-turning. Even if you aren't an introvert, read this book to learn more about the introvert in your life.
And while you're at it, you should probably read about Caring for Your Introvert. Funny stuff.
I want to go to a party here. via Go Fug Yourself
An interactive installation controlled by swings.
A Dictionary of Victorian Slang. There are some gems in there. via Jupiter Moon Farm
It's not Mr. Levine's best SNL Digital Short, buuuut YOLO.
The coolest food packaging designs of 2012. via Chocolate & Zucchini
The New York Public Library has a collection of historical restaurant menus. via Chocolate & Zucchini
Recreating the Masters: Sandwiches as Art.
"The endive declares his love for the apple." Mental note to make this. via The Wednesday Chef
This would not appeal to me at all if it wasn't on a top 100 list and if it didn't have "secret" in the title. I am apparently a sucker for "secrets" and lists. via The Wednesday Chef