- The city strikes a deal to keep horse carriages, but they must stay in Central Park. [NYDN]
- The number-one Wikipedia search in 2015 for English speakers was “list of deaths by year.” See the stats for all ten versions of the site. [Pew Research Center]
- A new app lets you snap a photo of a piece of furniture you like and find out where to buy something similar. [Like That Decor]
- Thanks to unseasonably warm weather, New York City squirrels are getting fatter than normal. [NYP]
- The world’s richest 62 people have as much wealth as the entire poorest half of the world. [Boing Boing]
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