Reading While Eating for Sept. 17: Occupy Turns One

Must-read links for your lunch break: so, what's OWS been up to these days?

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An Occupy Wall Street protester types her story as people take part in activities organized by the movement "OWS" at Foley Square, Lower Manhattan in New York, September 16, 2012.

Blow Out the Candles: It’s been exactly 365 days since the Occupy Wall Street movement first launched its protest against the 1 Percent. Here are some photos of how things unfolded, a look at whether it made a difference and what it’s doing right this second, courtesy livestreamer Tim Pool. (

The Face that Launched a Thousand Protests: Meet Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the man behind the Islamophobic Innocence of Muslims film. (BuzzFeed)

26 Beatnik Phrases We Should Use More Often: To coin a beatnik phrase: this list is everything-plus. (Mental Floss)

Behold: The Party TARDIS. We’re surprised nobody has thought of this before. (The Daily

100 Forgotten Teen Idols from the ’80s: NewsFeed hasn’t seen some of these kids since that summer we spent cold-decking Teen Beat cover boys. (BuzzFeed)

L.A.: The Next Great Mass Transit City? We call shenanigans. (

A Bicycle Built for the Second Person Plural: Great photos of great authors and their bikes. (Flavorwire)

And Speaking of Teen Beat Cover Boys: One Direction spoof band ‘Wrong Direction’ makes fun of Mitt Romney. Catchy! (