Reading While Eating for February 16: A Bankrupt Bookseller and A Teacher Gets Time Out

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A devotee (R) offers water to a man portraying God Madhavnarayan in Thecho near Kathmandu during the Madhav Narayan Mela February 15, 2011.

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Wednesday’s links include Justin Bieber’s Obama impersonation and Lady Gaga incubating.

Sight for The Blind: A new social media network allows the blind to see tactile profile pictures. Leave it to social networking to give sight to the blind. (Discovery News)

King Tut’s Tomb: Before protesters took to the streets of Cairo, the Middle Eastern country was best known for its ancient history. See unbelievable photos of the famous Pharaoh Tutankhamen. (LIFE)

“H” is Taken: Watch out Sesame Street. Step aside kindergarten teachers. The Huffington Post now owns the letter “H.” (Gawker)

Obieber: Want to know what President Obama’s up to in his spare time? Hosting Justin Bieber at the oval office. At least now the 16-year-old Canadian can do a great presidential impression. (Mediaite)

Blog Gone Bad: Would you want this woman teaching your “rude, lazy, whiners?” Pennsylvania teacher Natalie Monroe is making headlines for blogging about what she really thought of her students. (ABC News)

Emerging from the Egg: Lady Gaga told Ryan Seacrest she spent 72 hours in her egg preparing for her Grammy performance during a “creative embryonic incubation” period.

Top Dog: Hickery, a 5-year-old Scottish Deerhound, won first prize at the Westminster Kennel Club Show. See the craziest hair dues of the competition.

Chapter 11: Borders book stores are bankrupt and closing 200 stores nationwide. Blame it on all the parents who forgot to tell their kids to turn off the TV. (CNN Money)

Must See: See this real life-ish version of M.C. Escher’s waterfall.