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.
Lost among all the whining about the proposed vending regulations: DC street carts should improve beyond hot dogs:wapo.st/ziWRfU— Washington Post Food (@WaPoFood) January 23, 2012
This tweet presumes that D.C. has good hot dog carts. Which it does not.
What Sherlock Holmes Can Teach Us About the Power of Mindful Decisions io9.com/5878616/— io9 (@io9) January 23, 2012
We wonder if Sherlock Holmes is really a paradigm of smart decision-making. What with the cocaine, social isolation and final days spent in the company of bees.
The Fifth Down: Cooking With Bill Belichick bit.ly/wTC8CW— NYTimes Sports (@nytimessports) January 23, 2012
If Bill Belichick had a cooking show on public television, it would just be called Cooking With Bill Belichick. Or possibly Cooking Food with Bill Belichick.
Who went too far last week? huff.to/xLzBpu— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) January 23, 2012
World & West Village's Oldest Dog, Uncle ChiChi, Dead At 26(?) bit.ly/z4ZomR— Gothamist (@Gothamist) January 23, 2012
The world's oldest dog -- much like the world's oldest person -- has a nasty habit of dying off early.
Leaning tower of Big Ben worries MPs bit.ly/x4qhoW— The Guardian (@guardian) January 23, 2012
When you're worried about the Leaning Tower of Big Ben, you're pretty much putting the world on notice that you will worry about anything.
Weaker Sun Will Not Delay Global Warming bit.ly/wC10nO— Scientific American (@sciam) January 23, 2012
The apocalypse will not be rescheduled because of the weak sun. So if you were even considering not doing your climate change homework because you thought it might be moved, think again.
The most pressing online discussion of Corey Feldman's mortality we saw all day. We're sure there were others, possibly behind pay walls, but this was still terrific.