TVNewser: Stephen Colbert is not impressed with Sean Hannity’s take on Adrian Peterson.
GalleyCat: Since we are all to blame for the book Pride & Prejudice and Zombies, we must accept blame for the movie adaptation as well.
PRNewser: A breakdown of all the ways Apple screwed up with that free U2 album. Spoiler: They screwed up a lot.
FishbowlDC: RIP CNN’s Crossfire. We knew you — not well, since we were some of the many people who didn’t watch.
AllTwitter: A study found that 92 percent of marketers consider social media important. We’re still waiting the results of the study that shows how many of those marketers will do something stupid on social media.
StockLogos: A fun look at what some famous TV characters’ logos would be. The Walter White one (pictured) is only missing his trademark hat.
GalleyCat: There’s a new trailer for Mockingjay part one. You get three guesses if it has a bow and arrow scene.
AllFacebook: Sheryl Sandberg keeps selling her Facebook shares. What does this mean for you? Nothing!
AllTwitter: Here’s cool infographic showing the history of Twitter. Well, at least we think it’s cool.
TVNewser: President Obama said we’re going to bomb Iraq. Because that’s pretty much what all of our presidents do.
GalleyCat: If you’re in the mood for something depressing, there’s a book featuring stories from 20 children who lost a parent and one parent who lost a child during 9/11.
AllFacebook: Here are the top 100 books on Facebook. Unsurprisingly, Harry Potter kicks everyone’s ass.
TVNewser: Roger Goodell continues to act like the NFL — a multi-billion dollar conglomerate with connections to powerful people everywhere — had no way of accessing the Ray Rice video. Seems legit.
FishbowlDC: Jay Carney is joining CNN as a political commentator. No questions please.
AllTwitter: People really liked tweeting about Apple’s ugly watch.
FishbowlDC: Politico has its sights set on Europe. Sorry, Europe.
TVNewser: Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade has attempted to explain why he said “The lesson here is to take the stairs” after viewing that horrible Ray Rice video. Notably, Kilmeade’s statement did not include “I’m an asshole.”
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