Links from the lonely corner of bitter cold and weirdness
The AP's Jack Gillum and Stephen Braun. I can't clap emoji this enough:
"The AP tracked Schock's reliance on the aircraft partly through the congressman's penchant for uploading pictures and videos of himself to his Instagram account."
This anonymous source:
Best reason to go off the record. pic.twitter.com/qi68vD8pxj
— Helen Kennedy (@HelenKennedy) February 25, 2015
Best selfie ever (for sale):
For Sale: Rarely Seen Vintage Images From Space Including the ‘Best Selfie Ever’ http://t.co/5mIPUlzufp via @nytimes pic.twitter.com/9b19hwrBr4Best assessment of current state of news media ever:
— Raju Narisetti (@raju) February 24, 2015
Vox reports on a tweet that's a photo from Harper's that discusses how the NYT has described Buzzfeed over the years http://t.co/J6hRZ0iByL
— Melanie Renzulli (@melanierenzulli) February 24, 2015
The worst essay ever.
* The Catskill Mountain Railroad Comment Show continues. Today's episode is a repeat from last episode, as are all episodes.
* People want Kingston in 2025 to focus on old Kingston, which will look great when we're all underwater after all the upcoming tropical storms of doom, destruction, desolation and despair.
* If you live in Kingston and got a weird robocall about brown water or something like that, this is why.
* If you live in Catskill, boil your water. And if you found out you needed to boil your water from this space, perhaps you need better sources of information.
One cat: Deserves a raise.
Yesterday's Internet, Today! gives you the links I found interesting the day before or in the morning. You also get four stories trending (that are not depressing) from the Freeman while I was writing this this. AND! You also get a cat and a Google Glass photo. I'm not starting with the Google Glass photo because gifs break the blog rotator in the front page of the Freeman website, which is funny, but not really. I also spent too much time writing that intro.