Morning Bites: Les Mis the movie, NYC Lit Crawl, Boutique Kerouac, Rushkoff’s “Jobs,” and more

We would be lying if we said that we weren’t really excited to see Wolverine in the movie version of Les Misérables.

  • The Greenwich Village building that once housed beat luminaries Jack Kerouac, Gregory Corso, and Neal Cassady, will become a boutique hotel.
  • At The Awl: Choire Sicha on Douglas Rushkoff’s “Are Jobs Obsolete?” piece: “He’s living in the Singularity already, so he can say that “on a very fundamental level, we have pretty much everything we need”—and we’re just distributing it wrong.”  Also, Rush Limbaugh weighs in.
  • Flavorpill lists the best indie coffee shops in the country.