|Previously, on 'Downton Abbey'|
.@UPI website, Twitter account hacked along with @nypost http://t.co/8t6w1i2qGy (World War III has not started, thankfully)
— UPI.com (@UPI) January 16, 2015
There was a time when a news account's Twitter account was hacked and tweeted some terrible news and everyone freaked out for a bit. Nowadays? Meh.
Winter is terrible but you already knew that.
I was going to write something about SUNY New Paltz being in HBO's 'Girls' again because the episode aired on Sunday but I lost power yesterday, which brings you that wonderful photo of Highland Avenue in Kingston above. So all you get is SUNY New Paltz milking it, again. I was going to watch 'Downton Abbey,' anyway. NO SPOILERS!
I imagine it all goes down like this:
There's a cat cafe in New York City because of course there is.
Is running old content "a social hack, a handy feature or a trick?" I don't know Mathew LOLOLOL here are some quizzes I've done.
One cat: The aforementioned Mathew Ingram also says the New York Times and Buzzfeed are not that different. That sounds risible but there are actually some very good points there. But, no. I'm not going to explain it because there's a photo of two kittens inside cups with the post and that's all I wanted to bring up.
One Google Glass photo: You shall not pass, shigella bacterium.
Yesterday's Internet, Today! is a ~feature~ in which I throw in a bunch of links I tweeted, faved or saw the day before or in the morning and what-not. You also get a cat and a Google Glass photo. If I was a marketer, I would say 'Don't miss blah blah' but I won't so why don't you subscribe anyway?