Friday, May 30, 2014

The Daily Links: Vice vs. Gawker, DNA Exoneration, and the Selfie Age

Posted By on Fri, May 30, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Every day we read a lot of stuff. If it's interesting, thought provoking, funny or being shared by everyone we know on the Internet, we share some of it with you. Happy reading.

From The New York Times: Michael Ruhlman and exalting the egg as star of the show

From This Recording: In Which He Did Not Try To Touch Me Again After That

From National Journal: 'I See Those Women and I Smell Death'

From Gawker: Working at Vice Media Is Not As Cool As It Seems

From Chapter 16: Glencliff Elementary kindergartners review Knuckleball Ned, the new picture book by MLB pitcher R.A. Dickey

From Patheos: Southern Baptist pastor accepts his gay son, changes his church.

From Al Jazeera America: DNA exoneration: Redeeming the wrongfully convicted

From Fusion: Crossing the Border in the Age of the Selfie

From N+1: The Ultimate Humiliation

Those are the links. This is a lynx...

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  • Amiee Stubbs

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