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Royal baby name game, Google poems and more links we love right now

Royal baby name game, Google poems and more links we love right now

Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet. Problem is, there's also a bunch of garbage. Here's the best of the web right now.

1. The best royal baby names Twitter has to offer. Now that the gender of Kate and William's bundle of joy has been revealed, the only question remaining is the name. Although we expect the royal couple to choose a traditional moniker, we'd like to think "Prince Gangnam Style Harlem Shake Sharknado Windsor" is in the running. 

2. Rush hour in Beijing is just a great wall of people. This video is all the more remarkable considering it was reportedly shot during a typical morning at the Xierqi subway station. Suddenly, traffic in Texas looks like smooth sailing. 

3. How your dog sees the world. A new study says canines have a greater perception of color than originally believed. Shades of yellow, blue and gray are all visible through your pup's pupils.

4. Why the social media generation never really breaks up. New York Magazine's The Cut examines the digital imprint of relationships. Exes that would have long ago faded in memory instead dot the virtual daily lives of their former flames. Is it still considered a break-up if you "see" each other every day? 

5. Google poems make search terms poetic. The wonder of Google never ceases to amaze us, and the latest function of the search giant's massive information station is poetry creation. 

6. Jason Heyward's game-saving catch makes the highlight reel rounds. Diving, dashing full-body-extension catches are the stuff great baseball games are made of. And when one such catch results in an automatic win for your team, it's even sweeter. 

Prince William and Kate Middleton now have a baby boy
Everyone's wondering what the royal baby's name will be. Photo courtesy of Country 106.7
Cheyenne Shar-Pei/Akita dog at SPCA
A new study looks at how dogs see the world. Photo courtesy of SPCA of Texas