Saturday, January 28, 2012

Short takes: animal shelter soup nazis; NBC News tells Romney to back off; plastic bag glamour shot; piracy vital to preservation

Click it or die: unbelted Lincoln, NE cop hits Interstate median and dies after being ejected from car on way to work

Little girl: I called 911, but first I slapped her with a piece of Pizza...

Mitt Romney's half-truth about his impoverished Parisian existence as a Mormon missionary

Apple employees about 43,000 people in the US, but 700,000, indirectly, in Asia. GE's recent expansion brings its R&D investment in China to $2.5 billion

Soup Nazis at the animal shelter

NBC's legal department "asks" Romney to remove its news coverage from his ads

Did Yale Daily News sit on quarterback sex assault story for two months?

Glamour photograph of a plastic bag

Fiercely atheist father-in-law of Mitt Romney, Edward Davies, who regarded all religions as "hogwash" was posthumously "converted" to Mormonism by Romneys

Cory Doctorow reminds us that pirate cracks are the only reason much legacy software is available today and points to an editorial about why piracy is important to preservation

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