8 Things To Know This AM — Jun 19 2014

As if being the first person to have an app added to MoMA's collection isn't cool enough, the museum will honor Björk with a full retrospective come March 2015. (MoMA)
In light of all the Internet security breaches and surveillance drama, WIRED crafted a guide to keeping your browsing life totally anonymous — well, fine, almost totally anonymous. (WIRED)
Apple announced yesterday its plan to debut a $200-cheaper version of the all-in-one iMac. Though, at $1,099, it's still no steal. (The Verge)
Speaking of Apple, Beats by Dre headphones have been banned from the World Cup. (FOX Sports)
Much to the dismay of public-health advocates, the California state legislature refused to pass a bill that aimed to place obesity warnings on sugary drinks. (TIME)
What role does religion play in the American workforce? The question may be answered when the Supreme Court delivers its ruling in the Hobby Lobby case in the next few weeks. (The Daily Beast)
For the first time in history, a late-night host will receive the 2014 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Congrats, Jay Leno! (The Washington Post)
Finally, we officially live in an age when anyone with the imagination for fan fiction can rake in a cool six figures. (Defamer)
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