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Boredom from Above | Clinton Calling | More Power

quizup-quizInside Mobile Apps: QuizUp adds questions that use Google Earth. QuizUp’s creators are hoping you will be entertained by this for approximately one week, just like the rest of the app.

TVNewser: Hillary Clinton calls out the media for its portrayal of women.

GalleyCat: Sheryl Sandberg has her own comic strip, proving once again that she has a pretty awesome life.

Hello, Goodbye | Too Late | Young Magazine

josh elliott gmaTVNewser: Good Morning America bids farewell to Josh Elliott without Josh Elliott. Awkward.

PRNewser: E-Trade has stopped making those ads featuring the talking baby only five years after they stopped being funny.

FishbowlDC: Washington Post Magazine shamelessly targets something called “millennials.”

 

Too Much | Jumping the Sharknado | Bad Moves

306301-facebook-declineAllFacebook: Study confirms that there are too many idiots sharing too many articles on Facebook. Or something close to that.

TVNewser: Al Roker and Matt Lauer will have roles in Sharknado 2, but neither will overshadow the acting skills of Tara Reid and Ian Ziering.

PRNewser: Mozilla’s incoming CEO, Brendan Eich, can’t seem to stop making stupid decisions.

Kindle Torrent | Sad Spidey | Ads Everywhere

GalleyCat: The Kindle Fire now has BitTorrent, which we think is a gripping novel about the thrilling world of data storage. Don’t quote us on that.

AgencySpy: Spider-Man has nothing better to do than deliver packages for USPS.

SocialTimes: April Fools’ Day has become one big ad. So yeah, it’s basically like everything else now.

Free Flowing | More Potter | Champions

TVNewser:The estrogen is flowing” at Good Morning America. Just so you know.

GalleyCat: Because for some reason the world cannot get enough Harry Potter, Warner Bros. is creating three films based on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

AllFacebook: The Yankees dominate Facebook just like they dominate baseball.

Beginning in Boston | Mobile Spin | Dumber Than Dumb

10,000 Words: The Boston Globe has launched a new site dedicated to Boston based startups. Like the Red Sox.

AllTwitter: Instagram now has more mobile users than Twitter, which is not surprising, considering Instagram has always marketed itself as exclusively available on smartphones. However, we’re sure Facebook — the Gram’s parent — will hype this finding anyway.

TVSpy: Idiot TV anchor says idiotic things about the LGBT community.

Safe and Sound | Updated Faces | Sounds About Right

TVSpy: A shooting this morning outside an ABC-owned station in Houston left everyone grateful for law enforcement.

SocialTimes: Apple finally realized that emojis is full of white people.

PRNewser: More stupidity from the Duck Dynasty stars.

Skintight | Even Better Than the Real Thing | Good Call

GalleyCat: Today in Creepy Stuff People Used To Do news, Harvard has found old books that were bound using human skin.

AppNewser: Facebook bought a virtual reality company because it knows no one really likes interacting with others.

TVNewser: Greta Van Susteren is sorry for calling Thailand “The lamest country of the day.” What she meant was Thailand is the lamest country of the month.

Pizza Fact | Nailed It | Different Takes

PRNewser: Chefs confirm what we’ve known for years — Chicago style pizza is garbage.

AllTwitter: One of the main reasons people quit Twitter is “There was no useful information.” We’d argue, but that sounds about right.

GalleyCat: Here’s a great collection of novels reimagined as children’s books.

Wrongful Resurrection | Stylish Move | Not so Different

Lost Remote: Netflix is bringing back The Killing, a show which no one wanted back. Now that’s what you call a solid business decision.

AppNewser: Apple has filed a patent for a stylus. Fans of the company are being asked to convince themselves that the tools are cool.

TVNewser: Here’s a powerful video from Al Jazeera that “imagines a world where journalists aren’t free to report the facts.”

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