Mindful Eating, Jay-Z at Carnegie Hall, and the Last World War I Vet Dies
A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.
Now that The New York Times pay wall is live, you only get 20 free clicks a month. For those worried about hitting their limit, we're taking a look through the paper each morning to find the stories that can make your clicks count.
Top Stories: A new movement in "mindful eating" instructs dieters to savor every moment of their meals, under the theory that eating too fast and not thinking about what we eat leads to obesity.
Books: A new parenting guide argues that the "French way" is the best way to raise calm and sensible children.
Opinion: One key to ending the Iran standoff could be breaking its hold over Syria. The RIAA tries argue that Wikipedia and other sites misled the public about SOPA and PIPA.
U.S.: Miami will abolish an entire city that was incorporated as a resort town on an island chain off the Florida coast, but was never actually built.
Sports: Harvard grad Jeremy Lin has become the newest New York Knick hero after just two games.
New York: Many New York hotel workers will now be given panic buttons that will allow them to call for help when they're in trouble in a guest's room. New York State residents are gearing up for a fight over whether to allow casino table gaming.
Business: Single serving coffee machines are extremely popular, but way more expensive (and wasteful) than most people realize.
Music: A review of Jay-Z's shows at Carnegie Hall.
Technology: Companies aren't just allowing workers to add more computer monitors to their desks, for some it's actually a selling point.
Obituaries: Florence Green, who was a teenager waitress in the officer's mess of the Royal Air Force, was believed to be the last living World War I veteran anywhere in the world.
Photo Gallery of the Day: Inside the new American Embassy in Baghdad.