Also, fixed it for you:
Are you a Kingston resident who received a scary sounding robocall from the mayor of the city on Friday? If you didn't jump off your window screaming, you might want to know it was about this.
If I get around to it, I'll autotune it. We've been there before.
HAHAHA not funny.
Jay Rosen, who was (is?) an adviser for the Freeman's parent company, says if you're a journalist and you don't understand your biz, you should quit. Nick Denton says Jay Rosen is cray. Nick Denton runs Gawker, kind of. This is why I need a drone with lasers.
By which I mean, so you can fly above and escape the maddening plumes of opiate smoke that turn journalists into giggling maniacs:
UPDATE: Thankfully, journo twitter dad Steve Buttry has a thoughtful post about this (the Rosen-Denton thing, not the stoned journo) so now I look bad for being silly. THANKS, OBAMA!
One Internet cat: Catbot 3000 is a Twitter bot that combines headlines with cats. It was baked with love by Patrick Hogan after an errant tweet by a crazy Peruvian life editor who lives in Kingston and whose names escapes me.
The Kardashian gang took a trip down memory lane last night and ended up on Chase No Face
— Catbot 3000 (@catbot3000) December 23, 2014
One Google Glass picture: Downtown Kingston.
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