Here at The Atlantic Wire, we respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our jobs easier. Sometimes, though, we have no idea what they're talking about. So after a day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.
Global Garlic Mustard Field Survey http://bit.ly/oLwLgr
Nothing can replace field work. Not even Dijon simulated under laboratory conditions.
Are our scientists miserable? | http://ti.me/o3XP4K
Not the mustard scientists, that's for sure. They're always out taking global surveys and speaking on Dijon panels at Davos.
http://t.co/IF7zB0t Banks are Zombies, Says Strategist
What happened to the bank-as-face-hugging-squid metaphor? Or is the squid a zombie too?
Map: states and their food http://su.pr/8u3CgT
Florida, for instance, is identified with oranges, New York with pizza. Illinois, meanwhile, appears to be the home of large bowls full of red saucy substance.
In the dock http://bbc.in/q5YqZ4
There's no dock in this story. There is a former Ukrainian prime minister on trial. But no dock.
A sex novel with prose so exhilarating it will have you "bouncing up and down like a horse thief." http://slate.me/oyzeWL
If anyone abruptly cancels their Tuesday night plans with you, this tweet may have had something to do with it.
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