Reading While Eating for Jan. 28: The Wonder Down Under

In today's must-read links for your lunch break: Novak Djokovic claimed his third consecutive Australian Open title and business is booming for the sleep industry.

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Novak Djokovic of Serbia kisses his trophy after winning the men's final match against Andy Murray of Great Britain at the 2013 Australian Open in Melbourne on January 28, 2013.

Novak Djokovic Wins Australian Open. The top-ranked Serb became the first man to win three consecutive Aussie Open titles in the Open Era (since 1968), defeating Andy Murray in four sets, 6-7 (2), 7-6 (3), 6-3, 6-2. (Los Angeles Times)

Next Up: Roland Garros. All that’s left for Djokovic to complete his career grand slam is a win at the French Open in a few months. A healthy Rafael Nadal would make that task quite difficult. (Sports Illustrated)

Big Bucks for the Sleep Industry. Anyone who wonders why we’re paying more money for a good night’s sleep than ever before definitely didn’t stay up till six in the morning Sunday to watch the Aussie final. (TIME.com)

The Best Fictional Libraries in Pop Culture. Apparently Star Wars, Harry Potter and Beauty and the Beast had more in common than we ever realized. (Flavorwire)

7 Common Words With Little-Known Relatives. If you start using all of these today, just know that you’re likely to lose some friends. That said, we’re not sure how we’ve lived this long without the liberal use of “concrimination.” (mental_floss)

Chris Brown Allegedly Attacked Frank Ocean Last Night. Or maybe it was the other way around, according to a TMZ report. Which one sounds more likely to you though? (BuzzFeed)

Chappelle’s Show’s Best Sketch Ever. If you have 30 minutes, dive on in. It is also recommended you have Netflix handy to refresh your memory as you go along. (Grantland)

What You’ve Been Missing All Your Life: A goat that will move to the sounds of your beat-boxing. (YouTube via The Daily What)