Reading While Eating for October 6: Women, Jews and Hells Angels

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Indonesia's Navy servicemen throw their hats into the air to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the Indonesia National Military in Jakarta October 5, 2010.

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Wednesday’s links map the web, rank the powerful and squeal at cute bunnies.

Women On Top: Fortune magazine has released its annual list of the 50 most powerful women in business. Oprah, shockingly, ranks only sixth. (Fortune)

Putting It Off: What does procrastination tell us about ourselves? We’d read the whole article to tell you more, but we went on Facebook instead. (New Yorker via Kottke)

Sanchez-Stewart Smackdown: Rick Sanchez was fired from CNN after insinuating that Jews ran the media. Statistically speaking, is he right? (Slate)

Facebook Feminism: The Social Network profiles powerful young men. But why were women mainly used as props? (The Daily Beast)

Mapping It Out: If social media were a continent, it would look a little something like this. (

Silly Scot: A look at The Late Late Show’s Craig Ferguson, an underappreciated comic from Scotland who fell in love with America, and made it love him back. (The Atlantic)

On the Road: Never-before-seen photos of the Hells Angels from 1965, when the biker gang was new, unfamiliar and terrifying. (LIFE)

Elsewhere on A chemical leak has led to floods of toxic, red sludge in Hungary. See scary, yet beautiful, pictures of the disaster.

Must-See: NewsFeed is late to the viral-video party on this, but these two bunnies are so cute that you’ll forget to post about it, too. (via Geekosystem)