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Brief Congrats | Terrible Omission | The Puns Keep Coming

Lost Remote: The Shorty Awards have been announced. Each winner reported being mildly excited.

FishbowlDC: Speaking of awards, DC Magazine celebrated the most stylish men in the city, and somehow left out the editors of FishbowlDC. Who wants to break DC Magazine staffers’ thumbs for us? We can pay you in sticks of gum. Trident. Not that expensive Bubble Yum stuff.

AgencySpy: Car Fax’s latest ad takes us inside Car Fox’s cave. Advertising!

Okay Man | Bad Idea | Mapped Books

Stephanopoulos-304TVNewser: George Stephanopoulos says he’s okay with being the only male host of Good Morning America and will do 500 pushups to prove it.

AppNewser: Yelp has introduced Emoji-based searches in the hopes that soon people will hate the site even more than they already do.

GalleyCat: Here’s a pretty cool literary map of San Francisco.

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.

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