Reading While Eating for February 7: Remote Control

Tuesday's links talk '90s nostalgia and self-referential television.

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A worker prepares masks in the likeness of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff at a factory assembly line in Sao Goncalo, near Rio de Janeiro February 6, 2012. A total of 250,000 masks will be made for the upcoming "Brazil Carnaval" festival from February 18 to 21, according to the manufacturer.

Social-Media Fallout: A top exec for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation is resigning over the organization’s Planned Parenthood snafu. (The Daily What)

Shocking Statistic: Only four percent of college students are black males. (GOOD)

Dear Journal: Children of the ’90s, prepare for nostalgia overload as writer Matthew Klickstein looks back at the Nickelodeon cartoon Doug. (Splitsider)

Cinematic Smackdown: What’s the best Best Picture winner of all time? Vote in our bracket. (TIME Entertainment)

Sneaky Shadow: The most prolific hacker on the Internet is a stock photo of a shadowy hand. (Gawker)

Viral Video: When television shows reference other television shows. (Pleated Jeans)