Must-click links: Banksy's Oscar campaign, On the Road, Super Bowl commercials, Onion sports, Egypt, McBain: the Movie and much more …

News out 0f Egypt: Hundreds of young people rushed to surround the Bibliotheca Alexandria and protect it from vandalism after unrest broke out last Friday.

First online pics of Walter Salles' highly anticipated film adaptation of the classic On the Road.

Is Umpqua Bank a glimpse into the future of banking? PRI's Marketplace takes a look at how the bank attracts customers with lattes, community events and even virtual bowling.

McBain: the Movie — It would be the greatest motion picture of all time: Watch Sundance shorts on Youtube.

Onion Sports Network: Super Bowl XLV preview guide.

Zach Wahls, a 19-year-old University of Iowa student gave a moving speech about his family during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6 in the Iowa House of Representatives. Wahls spoke about his two mothers and in opposition of House Joint Resolution 6, which would end civil unions in Iowa. Too bad it didn't work:


Must-Click Links of the Day is a collection of (mostly random) movie and news links we hope will peak your interest and spark discussion. We encourage you to send us your suggestions for the next day’s post to [email protected] and leave comments.

Sound On Sight: Banksy begins a street art Oscar campaign.

NPR: Religious groups tackle an X-rated secret.

Planet Money: Adam Smith, Mamma's Boy.

NY Daily News: Battle to be best Super Bowl commercial 2011 already raging — meet the contenders.

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