Your weekend reading: Gary’s Glass, a malarial milestone

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A round-up of what’s interesting on the interwebs this week:

Gary Shteyngart tries Google Glass. Hilarity ensues. [The New Yorker]

To everyone’s surprise, a malaria vaccine has been 100 percent effective in clinical trials. [Nature]

For writers, adopting a second language is more than gaining a new skill set. It’s a rebirth. [The Stone Blog, The New York Times]

Goodbye, chocolate supply. Thanks a lot, ants. [Aeon]

A bigger picture look at what Jeff Bezos will mean to The Washington Post. [The Millions]

A University of Oregon study looks at how the rise of online search tools has transformed the librarian profession. More thrilling than it sounds. [Sci Tech Daily]