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Roundup: Carolyn Moos, Ex-Fiancee of Jason Collins, is Writing a Book & What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains

"PUNK: Chaos To Couture" Costume Institute GalaBlake Lively … he elbowed Obama in the face during a pickup game in 2010 … what it’s like to be swallowed by a hippocomscore vs. google analytics … the truth about Reddit … comments sections of newspapers and blogs remain bad places … this is Carmelo Anthony’s stylist … another take on the three women escaping in Cleveland … would you give Zach Braff a dime to help him get a movie started? … what happened when Facebook bought Instagram … man burrows out of prison with a spoon

Carolyn Moos, the ex-fiancee of Jason Collins, is writing a book. [CarolynMoos.com]

Mike Conley, clutch! Grizzlies 99, Thunder 93. [Commercial Appeal]

Are Modern Football Helmets Any Safer than Old-School Leather Ones? [Smithsonian.com]

Who wants to buy Nick Saban’s Georgia vacation house? [Biz Journals]

Interesting look at 2014 NFL draft prospects based on advanced metrics. [The Sideline View]

Man, the high school QB class of 2010 was dreadful. [CBS Sports]

Remember when Lance Stephenson was a risky draft pick by Larry Bird? Born ready sure has matured. [Indy Star]

Mike Moser of UNLV will transfer to Oregon for his senior year. The forward will be eligible next season – assuming he passes one online class. Big get for the Ducks. [Oregonian]

Nationals fans are outraged over the team’s stupid rain out policy. [Washington Post]

“Tomic, the father and coach of one of the game’s rising stars, the Australian Bernard Tomic of Australia, has been charged with assaulting his son’s hitting partner, Thomas Drouet, outside a Madrid hotel last week.” [NYT]

In Seattle, Chris Hansen won’t stop fighting for an NBA team. [Seattle Times]

Why did Tennessee point guard Trae Golden suddenly leave the Vols? Academic issues according to one report. [CBS]

A Zamboni race!

More Charles Ramsey, please.

What the internet is doing to our brains. This is not good for people like … well, me. [via Hot Clicks]

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