We scour the Web to find the best intel you might have missed this week.
Casting Calvin Klein (T Magazine)
The Calvin Klein men's show in Milan is known for choosing brand-defining model faces. Here, exclusive backstage photos of this year's guys, plus a discussion of the casting process.
6 Forgotten Drugstore Colognes and After Shaves (The Art of Manliness)
A blogger discovers that the old-man colognes (with the funky retro packaging on the lowest drugstore shelf) are tried-and-true scents he can wear every day on the cheap. Grandpa knows best.
Video: The Evolution of the Gay Rights Movement in Under Seven Minutes (Thought Catalog)
This moving chronological montage of American news coverage of gay men starts with a frightening vintage CBS report.
Internet Blackout Causes 18 Senators to Flee From PIPA (Forbes)
Though you couldn't read about MC Hammer or the Battle of Guadalcanal on Wikipedia on Wednesday, the inconvenient Internet blackout (and resulting public outcry) did cause a number of legislators to reconsider their stance on both antipiracy bills.
Sounds Necessary: Ferrari Introduces $450 Luxury Headphones (Best Week Ever)
The Italian automaker is tapping into a new niche market—luxury listeners.
At Home With Mike Mills (Nowness)
Engaging photos of the Beginners director and his Silver Lake garden.
Video: The Dangers of Texting While Walking (New York Times)
Since when does The New York Times do humor? See filmmaker Casey Neistat's hilarious video on the dangers of texting while walking in NYC.
— Maggie Mallon