Reading While Eating for November 30: Optical Illusions

Wednesday's links get dizzy and move in slow motion.

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Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spews volcanic lava accompanied by large clouds of gas and ash near Banos on November 28, 2011. The authorities are encouraging residents living near the volcano to evacuate.

Future of Media: Consider this Little Printer your own personal newspaper, the size of a grocery-store receipt. (Fast Company)

Health Watch: Tech entrepreneur Amit Gupta was diagnosed with leukemia, and is now spreading the importance of bone marrow donors among South Asians. (GOOD)

The End of Meals: You should absolutely feel no remorse from eating cereal for dinner. Rules about meals make no sense. (TIME Ideas)

What Authors Read: Take a look inside the libraries of people more famous for their writing than their reading. (Flavorwire)

Friendly Skies: ABC’s TV series Pan Am might be in a ratings slump. But that doesn’t make these vintage photos of Pan Am flight attendants any less fun. (LIFE)

We’re Dizzy: Sure, we’re excited for Men in Black III, but the movie’s trippy posters make us feel like they’re using their memory-erasers on us. (The Daily What)

Viral Video: Everything looks cooler when filmed in super-slow motion. Especially cocktails.