Links from around the Internet world, hand selected for you.
James Bond may be dying from alcohol related issues. The spy consumes 92 units of alcohol a week (unit defined as 10 ml or 8 grams of pure ethanol), four times that of a normal person. Apparently he would be dead at age 56 from alcohol and not from Pussy Galore. (via CNN)
Men are building their shoe collections. We don’t leave it to women to have a closet full of high end footwear anymore. The staggering options and heightened sense of men’s fashion have pushed us into a more stylish landscape. And although the internet will have you believe it’s only dub monks, there are really tons of options. Go exploring. (via The Wall Street Journal)
Profile of a boss. Style and socialite legend Waris Ahluwalia is a jeweler, actor, model, creative director, etc. and did all those things without any formal training. One of the most photographed men in New York, which probably shortlists him for one of the most photographed men on earth. (via The New York Times)
Privacy is a growing concern but decentralizing the Internet seems to be a fringe passion. Do you care if giant corporations share, sell, and give away your personal information? There are things you can do about it, but it’s just such a… hassle. (via The New Yorker)
How long before Google actually becomes Skynet? All of the digital information in the world and now they’ve acquired a company that builds robots for DARPA that look terrifying. I really hope we find John Connor before they do, but since it’s Google, I’m sure they already know where he is. (via Engadget)
Thought: Beyoncé released an album last week and madness ensued.
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