Thanks to the lovely Kio, Félix Fénéon's collection of faits divers, Novels in Three Lines, is now available to the twenty-first century reader in serial form, so now you can experience them as Le Matin readers did a century ago. See the Twitter feed.
The New York Review of Books has started podcasting. So far, podcasts have featured interviews with Mary Beard, Edmund White, and Robert Barnett—each discussing their articles in recent issues of the magazine. Subscribe through the itunes store.
And if a subscription is just too big a commitment for you, you can also become a fan of The New York Review of Books on Facebook—the podcasts are all fed to the page. There's also a brand new NYREV fan group.
So, in the words of our favorite New York Eccentric, "SIGN THE PETISH-SHUN!" (an order which has become for us, a general phrase to be used whenever one wants to put pressure on anyone to join any sort of group).