Here are the links we loved today:
Publisher's Weekly interviews comic author Chris Ware.
Miley Cyrus to take on Bonnie and Clyde in new Lifetime miniseries.
CNN wonders why we're still so fascinated by Jimmy Hoffa.
Apparently, third grade is the most important grade.
The New York Times profiles California's computer history museum.
Rookie's made a theater geek-themed weekend playlist for us.
Are sugar batteries the next big power source?
TechCrunch writes in favor of trusting your gut.
Enjoy this adorable video of kids trying ice cream for the first time:
McDonald's Canada gives a tour of their hamburger-making process:
Amy Poehler and Aubrey Plaza have some advice for the socially awkward: