Eye Opener: Time to Shut Off the Internet

John Updike’s archive reveals a lot about the private writer. [NYT]

NYU is recruiting the best and brightest (and straight?) for its Dubai branch. [NYT]

Subways are becoming dirtier and the D train’s the worst of all. [NYP]

A preview of Sotheby’s Polaroid auction. [NPR]

Jack McCoy backs Cy Vance. [NYP]

Queens Congressman calls $55,000 in undeclared personal loans an “oversight.” [NYDN]

Joe Lieberman essentially wants to give the president the ability to shut off the internet. [WSJ]

This upcoming Wimbledon will feature an official poet. [WWD]

How does the World Cup affect Wall Street trading? [NYT]

Goldman cleverly unloaded BP stock this spring. [NYP]

Carr on King. It ain’t pretty. [NYT]

Time.com gets a managing editor to replace Josh Tyrangiel. [WWD]

Reflections upon the end of Bros Icing Bros: “‘It is the type of game that is only funny for so long,’ he said, ‘and afterwards quickly starts to seem stupid and pointless.'” [NYT]

Tim Gunn’s new book has some pretty outlandish stories about Anna Wintour and ALT. [NYP]

Fight at the Waverly Inn! [NYP]

Eye Opener: Time to Shut Off the Internet