Yesterday, we learned a U.S. judged ruled that a baby must change his name to something other than Messiah because that name is “a title that has only been earned by one person.” It turns out that last year there were 762 other babies named Messiah. And that could be part of a larger trend. Over the past few decades, names choices have become much less uniform.

+ Jeffrey Martin took more than 10,000 photos from the Tokyo Tower and then stitched together the world’s second largest photo. Here’s the story. And here’s the interactive photo.

+ This is what it looks like when dads have to take their kids to a One Direction concert.

+ What happens when two law professors decide to split up? A 17-year divorce fight.

+ The meaning of Beyonce’s haircut. (I assume this is just the first of what will be a long series of articles.)