“Their mothers are so keen for them to father children that they usher them in front of promising partners, shield them from violent competitors and dash the chances of other males by charging them while they are at it. For a bonobo mother, it is all part of the parenting day, and analysis finds the hard work pays off. Males of the species that live with their mothers are three times more likely to father offspring than those whose mothers are absent.” The Guardian: Pushy bonobo mothers help sons find sexual partners.

+ GQ: Seth Rogen and the Science of Rogenomics. “He’s still getting high. He’s still making us laugh. But he’s kinda running Hollywood now, too.” (At least I scored well on two out of three…)

+ New Coke is going to make a brief comeback.

+ The surprising benefits of singing at work. (This one goes out to Radio Madison.)