- Vulture: "‘I Know What The Shining Is Really About’: Inside the Crowded Cult at the Overlook Hotel" by Mark Jacobson1
- A.V. Club: "What Quiz Show proves about film directing and Argo’s Best Director snub" by Mike D'Angelo
- The New Yorker: "Capote’s Co-conspirators" by Patrick Radden Keefe
- The New York Times: "Why America Is Called America" by John Noble Wilford (a wonderful post about history, cartography and the crucial contributions of Martin Waldseemüller, Mathias Ringmann and Johannes Schöner)
- York Daily Record/Sunday News: "York native Vic Wertz has legacy that keeps growing" by Jim Seip
- The Atlantic: "Google Maps a Japanese Nuclear Ghost Town" by Alan Taylor (haunting photographs)2
- Inhabitat: "19-Year-Old Develops Ocean Cleanup Array That Could Remove 7,250,000 Tons Of Plastic From the World's Oceans" by Timon Singh
- The New York Times: "Mystery Malady Kills More Bees, Heightening Worry on Farms" by Michael Wines (some are starting to point a finger at "a powerful new class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids")
- Collectors Weekly: "Take That, Instagram: The Enduring Allure of Vintage Snapshots" by Hunter Oatman-Stanford (This is certainly a topic that's near to Papergreat's heart. Vernacular photography — I'll admit I didn't know that's what it was called — has been featured plenty on Papergreat, including here, here, here, here, and here.)3
1. For more fun stuff about "The Shining," especially the Stanley Kubrick film version, check out this June 2011 Papergreat post.
2. Hat tip to Joan for pointing this one out.
3. Hat tip to Wendyvee's Roadside Wonders for pointing this one out.