Reading While Eating for February 18: Apple’s Secrets, Coffee Addicts, Cat Chases Laser

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Sri Lanka's captain Kumar Sangakkara arrives on a rickshaw at the opening ceremony of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka February 17, 2011.

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Friday’s links are full of parties: swanky people suit up in San Francisco and last night’s beer bottles turned into instruments.

Apple Secrets, Revealed: Famous for their wall of secrecy, few outsiders no what goes on behind doors at Apple. Until this employee decided to spill. (Popular Mechanics)

Many Cups of Joe: You think you’re a major coffee addict? See the world’s highest coffee consuming countries. (Good)

Blame the Cat: Looks like this someone wanted to get a kick out of teasing his pet. Until the cat destroyed his cup pyramid. (Daily What)

Powerful meet Powerfuler: Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs and other Silicon Valley big shots hung out with Obama last night in San Francisco. Zuck even took off his signature hoodie for the occasion. (Gawker)

Polar Dinosaurs: Looks like penguins and polar bears were not the first creatures to live in the Antarctic regions. Dinosaurs were their first. (Discovery News)

One Week Glory: Friday marks one week since Egyptian protesters ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. See photos of their celebrations. (LIFE)

Hold it Against Her: Brittany’s latest video Hold it Against Me is just as much about the washed-up star as product placement for Sony. Do you hold it against her?

Must See: If only we could all be this resourceful with empty beer bottles: