10,000 Words: Journalists just want police to leave their drones alone. Is that too much to ask?
GalleyCat: Bret Easton Ellis doesn’t want people to care about the book he’s working on, so he gave an interview talking about the book he’s working on.
SocialTimes: A study found that Internet trolls are sadists and psychopaths. Trolls responded by trolling.
TVSpy: A Michigan anchor named every president during a recent news cast. That’s uh… Something!
AppNewser: Taco Bell will soon allow people to order food via their Smartphones, thus making obesity a little bit more convenient.
GalleyCat: Stephen King is going to release a new novel in November. It will probably be about something creepy.
APPNewser: Here’s a pretty cool app called “Hemingway“ that — you guessed it — will tell you if your sentences are too long. Long live brevity.
FishbowlDC: Rand Paul uses a leopard print case on his iPhone. Long live sass.
AllFacebook: Sheryl Sandberg said there’s “no reason right now” to implement ads in Facebook’s Paper app. However, there will probably be a reason next week.
TVSpy: A news anchor in North Dakota resigned from his job with a one sentence long email. We think a sad emoji would’ve been more professional.
AllTwitter: A new study found that one in 10 couples share a social media account. In related news, one in 10 couples are terrible.
Inside Facebook: Time has created a Facebook app that scans your friends to determine what age you should get married. Remaining single is not an option because only losers and ugly people stay unmarried.
GalleyCat: Speaking of single people, Amazon has selected 150 love stories for them to hate.