Here at The Atlantic Wire, we respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our jobs easier. Sometimes, though, we have no idea what they're talking about. So after a day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.

 

The High Price of Hidden Costs http://t.co/zgWD7hRrTue Oct 04 17:32:27 via twitterfeed


In all fairness to hidden costs, the hidden overages are much more outrageous.

VIDEO: May quizzed over immigrant and cat http://t.co/7CX1DYFLTue Oct 04 14:39:03 via twitterfeed


In retrospect, this would have been a good one to take pass-fail.

Somewhere, a bear is doing something. And the Drudge Siren is there.

Placido Domingo's letter to the editor: http://t.co/0hAyke9iTue Oct 04 17:50:50 via SocialFlow

He's responding to Post music critic Anne Midgette's claim that he "sabotaged" a recent performance of Tosca by the Washington Opera Company. So if you want to hear how upset Placido Domingo is about the Post cancelling Rhymes With Orange, you'll have add his blog to your RSS reader.

Noah’s Ark is for sale! Well, not the ark, just the animals: http://t.co/HTAluzJATue Oct 04 03:30:13 via HootSuite

 

Not a problem. Darren Aronofsky will just list them all as unpaid interns.

Microsoft's Zune is dead at age 4 http://t.co/TYujVAn0Tue Oct 04 14:10:19 via Tweet Button

In lieu of flowers, please remove all your "How come my Zune isn't working?" bookmarks.