1. HBO's new show looks Family Tree looks so, so good. Chris O'Dowd plays the main character, a listless guy who loses his job and his girlfriend and then goes in search of his family history. It's also written by Christopher Guest. We're sold. [via Film Thrasher]
2. Artforum is now completely online, y'all. Starting with the March issue, the entire content of each magazine will now be posted on Artforum's site. Welcome to the 21st century. [via GalleristNY]
3. For the first time ever, Vladimir Nabokov's play The Tragedy of Mister Morn has been translated into English. Apparently it's structured like a Shakespearean tragedy bares a resemblance to Pale Fire, and is available here starting tomorrow. [via NPR]
4. Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter and Square, officially wants to run for the Mayor of New York City. [via Daily Intel; image via Vanity Fair]
5. Bloomberg wants to physically hide cigarettes in NYC stores. He's introducing a new bill on Wednesday which will require that cigarettes be out in drawers or behind curtains -- not to deter adults, but so that kids will be less exposed to them. [via Daily Intel]
6. Here's the full version of Jay-Z's remix of "Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe."
7. The Simpsons won Vulture's "SitCom Smackdown," where they rank the the top comedy of the past 30 years by pitting comedies against each other. We gotta admit, we're not surprised.