Links: Bartending at an Orgy, Jon Stewart is a Boss, Science of Smiling, etc.

1. Bartending an orgy: “Not only am I gorgeous, I’m charming and funny as well. I perfect a bit for when I catch a guy watching one of dolphin lady’s scenes: a dryly delivered “Do you like her tattoo?” elicits a hearty belly laugh from my admirers. I feel like one of those hot girls in high school who all the guys thought was really smart and nice, even though she was actually just hot. I want to move in behind the bar and live there forever, subsisting on Diet Sprite and poorly sliced foot-long sandwich while half-naked men and their wives tell me how much they like my hair, my shoes, my skin.”

2. Being able to smile is important to interpreting another person’s smile at you.  Interesting.

3. Last night on The Daily Show, Fox News commentator Megyn Kelly got owned by Jon Stewart. Like a boss. Check out the clip here. Guess it’s hard to deny using Nazi rhetoric when, um, it’s easy to track down clips.

4. Turning a site into its wireframe is a handy thing for site developers.  “Yes, this seems backwards,” writes Matt Jacobs, “but it looks like this will be a useful tool for understanding how some great sites are put together. I do wish that you could control how often an element appears and export into some common wireframing tools. Maybe that is a bit much, but I like to reach for the stars.”  The architecture of a well-built site always impresses me.

5. ‘My Trilogy Kicks Your Trilogy’s Ass’ T-Shirts. It always amazes me when you can brand something with typography alone.

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