Politico's Jonathan Martin seems to be talking about something specific here.
If reporters didn't write about web videos, would campaigns still put them out?
The Nation's Christopher Hayes drops a podcast that's worth hearing in full, but the one-sentence takeaway is a keeper unto itself.
If you've paid an advance fee so u don't have to fill up your rental car b4 returning it, you understand derivatives: http://bit.ly/aJlOQP
Slate's Farhad Manjoo makes a call from the hamburger phone.
It's so odd that Cisco's celebrity spokesperson is ... Ellen Page. Who looks at Ellen Page and thinks, Routers!?
Hmm, what could Daily Kos's David Waldman be trying to say?
We've all been where blogger delrayser is now. (Some background, for those who missed it.)
Dear Close Friend From Law School Who Just Friended Steve King (R-IA-Crazypants) on Facebook: sigh.
And finally (with background), Eschaton's Duncan Black is basically a chilled-out entertainer.
when michael scott leaves the office they should replace him with david brent
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