Trolling the news
|North Front and Crown streets in Kingston at Peace Park. If you look at it in Google Maps, the murals are not there.|
Remember a long time ago yesterday when I was snarking about the future of the future of news? Turns out I was wrong, not because 'the future of x' is a tired meme, but because I should have said futch.
The Trolling New York Times Styles Section For Men Good Jorb.
Sometimes I wonder who writes these articles.
Finishing writing my articles bi! @nytimes pic.twitter.com/thFRAzbrDEJournalism: Saved.
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— Robert Hernandez (@webjournalist) March 26, 2015
* There are 168 applications for the 55 affordable Kingston artists' housing units and that means that there are a lot of local artists that need housing?
* I made you a chart for the school aid story, which means I know how to copy-paste numbers into a spreadsheet and post that to Infogr.am, one of those easy-to-use tools that more journalists could be using instead of rickrolling people on Twitter.
* Sail season is getting closer.
* Area people find jobs, in the government, and just two people, but hey.
One cat: Riding toward the futch of news.
Yesterday's Internet, Today! is the future of futch.