It's over. No comment.
'Serial' is over, and you'll see many a post around the internets about it. I'm actually on episode 3 so this is all I've got for you:
'The Colbert Report' is over, and everyone showed up to say goodbye. You'll also see many a post around the internets about it with blah this and blah that, because clicks. It's the Content Wars, after all.
The Telegraph has the Kim-Jung un death scene. SPOILER ALERT! He dies. #sorrynotsorry. It's not like you can go see the movie anyway. And no, you can't see 'Team America' at the theaters, either.
I have no comment about SantaCon Kingston taking place today in Uptown starting at 4 p.m.
News people make mistakes. Do we at the Freeman make mistakes? No comment.
I have no comment on this article about online comments because there's no way to post one with the article.
Here's my Christmas tree in 3-D for no reason whatsoever so no comment.
I have no comment about this loud-mouthed Twitter cat.
I have no comment about this Google Glass photo taken in Hudson.
Yesterday's Internet, Today! is a quasi-feature in which I throw in a bunch of links I tweeted, faved or saw the day before or in the morning. Plus other things, because why not? Anyway it's over now. NO COMMENT.