We respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our job easier. But sometimes, we have no idea what they are talking about. So after a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.
Cate Blanchett's actual face: wapo.st/GH8k10— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 22, 2012
Seems like a roundabout way to alert folks that Cate Blanchett is on the cover of a magazine, looking normal and radiant as per usual. But you never know when these Hollywood types are going to wear, say, a replica of Martin van Buren's face.
The Daily News editorial board on why Tebow will fit right in. nydn.us/GPiua4— NYDN Opinion Team (@NYDNopinions) March 22, 2012
Cool bike. Can watch most R-rated movies. Negotiable 10 p.m. bed time.
Make your own ballet flats? huff.to/GNxaeb— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) March 22, 2012
Not in this life. Not in any life. We want craftsmanship, not value.
The case of the headless hadrosaur. ow.ly/9OOee #dinosaurs— Smithsonian Magazine (@SmithsonianMag) March 22, 2012
A Smithsonian mystery: for kids!
Guy In Mask Announces Formation Of Inaugural Goldman Sachs Union bit.ly/GPh7Z3— dealbreaker (@dealbreaker) March 22, 2012
Yes, he's protesting something. We just find the notion of a guy in a mask announcing the formation of something, anything, to be quite delightful.
Remember that time Louis Armstrong went to Africa to fight the Soviets? No? Here you go: bit.ly/GCvXkk— The Daily (@daily) March 22, 2012
No? Well, wait until you hear about the time Peter Lawford worked the point during an attempt to overthrow Castro.