- AP Photo/Lansing State Journal, Rod Sanford
- It's the most wonderful time of the year.
Reader staffers share stories that fascinate, amuse, or inspire us.
Hey, did you read:
• John Cassidy asking why Eric Holder didn't go after bankers? —Tal Rosenberg
• About viewing procrastination not as a defect but as "an act of resistance against the strictures of time and productivity imposed by higher powers"? —Steve Bogira
• About Mossad's revamped website, which allows aspiring spies to apply for positions online? —Ben Sachs
• That football "fosters within us a tolerance for violence, greed, racism and homophobia" according to the author of a new book? —Steve Bogira
• About the CIA Starbucks? —Aimee Levitt
• That, in celebration of International Coffee Day, DNAinfo created a comprehensive map of all the places where you can get a cup of coffee in the city? —Molly Raskin
• That Don Hertzfeldt was a guest artist on last night's episode of The Simpsons? —Drew Hunt
• Linda Yablonsky's report from Expo Chicago? —Tal Rosenberg
• About James Franco's invisible art museum, financed by a Kickstarter in which you can pay between $1,000 and $10,000 for a work of invisible art? (Hurry! Some of it has already sold!) —Aimee Levitt
• About the robot that will determine whether your green curry or tom yam is authentically Thai? —Mike Sula