5 Things To Know This AM — Apr 03 2014

The dawn of new eroticism has arrived care of Adult Magazine's official online launch. (Flavorwire)
Life saving, too, has ventured into new territory with "suspended animation." (The Daily Beast)
In culture, Hole has officially confirmed its reunion tour. (SPIN)
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court struck down a decades-old campaign donation cap, essentially allowing unlimited private funds into the political system. (Huffington Post)
But, in more exciting news, Amazon now has a TV that you can speak to, and it'll even predict what you want to watch. (Amazon)
Bonus Talking Points:
Bitcoin just got a whole lot easier to understand thanks to art. (The New York Times)
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