We respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our job easier. But sometimes, we have no idea what they are talking about. So after a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites. 

iPad app could help world leaders govern http://t.co/jlGdS7VY
Dec 28 via The Huffington PostFavoriteRetweetReply


Seriously, if Steve Jobs (RIP) had lived to be 100, we'd probably be hanging out with aliens and communicating telepathically with our iBrains, within the next decade.


Satellite Spies Tropical Cyclone Thane Targeting India http://t.co/4F7GTwJZ

Dec 28 via SocialFlowFavoriteRetweetReply
 


Can't… read… tongue… too… twisted…

Microsoft Working On Social Network For Students http://t.co/DgEFxrO3
Dec 28 via Tools Plugin for Movable TypeFavoriteRetweetReply


Dear Microsoft: Great idea about building a social network for students. We regret to inform you that this forward-thinking Harvard student did just that in 2004. His social network was so successful, Hollywood even made a movie about it. Regards, The Atlantic Wire.

Obama 'Pardons' Sea Turtles http://t.co/EvAjhhjq
Dec 28 via SocialFlowFavoriteRetweetReply


What's next, Obama pardoning drug dealers? Oh wait, that happened last month!

Multicolored Paper Sculptures Are Astounding http://t.co/Fc8egxl7
Dec 28 via Tweet ButtonFavoriteRetweetReply

You know what's even more astounding? Multicolored Paper Underwater Structures.

Our very own @mikeymusto dresses up like an Occupy Wall Street protester for this week's cover http://t.co/G6WG4I4p
Dec 28 via webFavoriteRetweetReply


This is so meta it hurts. The original lefty, protester-friendly rag has strayed so far from its roots it has to construct protester costumes to make up for it.

Fox News Compares New York Times Email Mishap to the Anthony Weiner Sexting Scandal http://t.co/1uHw2KLX
Dec 28 via webFavoriteRetweetReply


Now that's the Village Voice we know and love.