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Justine Sacco Is Good at Her Job, and How I Came To Peace With Her

Gawker – Sam Biddle – The internet is a mountain, and if you climb that mountain, waiting for you at the top will be person with whom you need to make peace. I climbed my mountain and a woman named Justine Sacco was there. One year ago today, Justine Sacco was the…
Eric Jackson RT @nickbilton: Bravo @samfbiddle for such an important & honest piece about the real human pain that can be caused from a keyboard: t.co/vkXVGloSqD
Nick Bilton Bravo @samfbiddle for such an important & honest piece about the real human pain that can be caused from a keyboard: t.co/vkXVGloSqD
Shira Ovide RT @amir: People are more than the sum of their tweet. t.co/i3mOlGRAiL
Amir Efrati People are more than the sum of their tweet. t.co/i3mOlGRAiL
Techmeme Writer who sparked #HasJustineLandedYet reflects on his own irony fumble, apologized to Sacco t.co/GePCEE8HsZ t.co/5SRME24zxH
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Two Police Officers Shot in Their Patrol Car in Brooklyn

nytimes.com – Benjamin Mueller – Dec 20 – Two police officers were in critical condition after being shot in their patrol car in Brooklyn on Saturday afternoon, the authorities said. The shooting took place near Myrtle and Tompkins Avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant. “It looks like they…
Lydia Polgreen RT @Wendo20: Awaiting mayor and police commissioner press conference here at Metro. About to launch live blog. Awful story. t.co/PWspXg4qqN
Anil Dash @es_snipes very sad story. A crazy guy killed his girlfriend & then two policemen: t.co/haaVAVwfRx (then killed himself)
Dave Winer NYT: Two Police Officers Are Fatally Shot in Brooklyn; Suspect Is Also Dead. t.co/sAq1boJC8p
david carr Two Police Officers Are Fatally Shot in Brooklyn; Suspect Is Also Dead t.co/SOsUarMNtw
Steven Greenhouse Terrible, Terrible--Our hearts go out to their families--Two Police Officers Are Fatally Shot in Brooklyn t.co/4kD3VbH7Qa
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The Disconnect of 'The Interview'

nytimes.com – Mike Hale – Dec 19 – It's a moot point, but someone should have told Kim Jong-un that “ The Interview ” isn't really about blowing him up. Sure, its narrative climax features his character being vaporized by a rocket-propelled grenade. But its comic and…
Ron Lieber If you write like @mikehalenyt, your head-exploding review of a movie that nobody can see ends up on A1 of the NYT. t.co/yYfxRVkW7r
Marc Lacey RT @peterbakernyt: Not every day a front page story includes the admission that the writer had been liquored up during the reporting! t.co/amDRai2Pqx
Jeff Jarvis RT @margarita: Not one of my favorite phrases. MT @comradewong: NYT critic reviews The Interview after knocking back a margarita. t.co/wSOcqHgq0i
Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan Must-read: @MikeHaleNYT's review of @TheInterview -- terrific A1 piece in @NYTimes today. Love the kicker!... t.co/xXbFvnJCTF
Brian Stelter RT @peterbakernyt: Not every day a front page story includes the admission that the writer had been liquored up during the reporting! t.co/amDRai2Pqx
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When to quit your journalism job

Pressthink – Follow JR – Dec 19 – These notes were inspired by recent events at the New Republic and First Look Media, articles like this one, and some not-for-publication talks I've had lately with young staffers who were troubled by what they saw happening at their place of…
Jay Rosen Some smart replies from readers helped me realize I left something out of my 'When to quit your journalism job' post. t.co/rvTijD8h0C
Quentin Hardy RT @jayrosen_nyu: My new post was a long time coming. It's a rant about the proper relationship among business, editorial, and tech. t.co/6RR99ag86l
Vivian Schiller This is really good MT @jayrosen_nyu: My new post. A rant about proper relationship among business, editorial, & tech t.co/Hy3n0m3DDD
Chris Dixon RT @jayrosen_nyu: My new post was a long time coming. It's a rant about the proper relationship among business, editorial, and tech. t.co/6RR99ag86l
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U.S. Asks China to Help Rein In Korean Hackers

nytimes.com – David E. Sanger – Dec 20 – WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has sought China 's help in recent days in blocking North Korea 's ability to launch cyberattacks, the first steps toward the “proportional response” President Obama vowed to make the North…
Techmeme Obama seeks China's help in blocking North Korea's ability to launch cyberattacks t.co/r2GGoNfmd4 t.co/98r6fbCpl5
Quentin Hardy RT @nicoleperlroth: Our latest: U.S. Asks China To Reign in North Korean Hackers t.co/VCh2GOhUk2
Nicole Perlroth Our latest: U.S. Asks China To Reign in North Korean Hackers t.co/VCh2GOhUk2
The New York Times U.S. Asks China to Help Rein In Korean Hackers t.co/ZPZX3ltxzA
NYTimes Bits U.S. Asks China to Help Rein In Korean Hackers t.co/humubBQ9Yf
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Electric Jackhammers and Revised Noise Rules May Help Quiet New York

nytimes.com – Sam Roberts – Dec 17 – Carles Guillot, a 42-year-old financial services entrepreneur who lives on Broad Street in Lower Manhattan, was awakened early on a weekend morning by workers wielding a jackhammer to repair the roadway nine floors below. “I understand the…
Damon Darlin RT @nytimes: SOME CONTRACTORS IN NEW YORK CITY ARE EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW, QUIETER ELECTRIC JACKHAMMERS t.co/DWrALoEKO8
Ravi Somaiya RT @nytimes: SOME CONTRACTORS IN NEW YORK CITY ARE EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW, QUIETER ELECTRIC JACKHAMMERS t.co/DWrALoEKO8
Conor Dougherty RT @nytimes: SOME CONTRACTORS IN NEW YORK CITY ARE EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW, QUIETER ELECTRIC JACKHAMMERS t.co/DWrALoEKO8
Farhad Manjoo RT @nytimes: SOME CONTRACTORS IN NEW YORK CITY ARE EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW, QUIETER ELECTRIC JACKHAMMERS t.co/DWrALoEKO8
Tim O'Brien '@nytimes: SOME CONTRACTORS IN NEW YORK CITY ARE EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW, QUIETER ELECTRIC JACKHAMMERS t.co/w3VJW56LXU'
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A Scourge Is Spreading. M.T.A.'s Cure? Dude, Close Your Legs.

nytimes.com – Emma G. Fitzsimmons – Dec 20 – It is the bane of many female subway riders. It is a scourge tracked on blogs and on Twitter. And it has a name almost as distasteful as the practice itself. It is manspreading, the lay-it-all-out sitting style that more than a few men see as their…
Suzanne Spector As a lifelong subway rider, manspreading makes my blood boil. @emmagf has the scoop on the MTA's push against it. t.co/s6d5ihcpCW
Suzanne Spector Manspreading! When men sit with legs spread on the subway. SO annoying. @emmagf on a new campaign against it. t.co/s6d5ihcpCW
Sam Sifton Here's @emmagf on subway riders who spread their legs too wide and the article's great but the video's adorable: t.co/wOIQPAaQE0.
Ian Fisher RT @assouthall: Can't stop "yaaaass"-ing @emmagf's timely piece on manspreading, the scourge of the subway. t.co/Nj1liLy3kJ "Menninists" gonna hate.
Marc Lacey RT @henricauvin: The @MTA wants to stop a subway scourge: manspreading. @emmagf explains what the transit agency is up against. t.co/A9Z5ShGBt0
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Sony Caved to Terror. No One Else Should.

nytimes.com – Flemming Rose – Dec 19 – COPENHAGEN — Sony's decision to pull “The Interview” — an enormous act of self-censorship under threat of violence — somehow comes as no great surprise to me. It is the culmination of an insidious trend of…
Jeff Jarvis Hollywood's cowardice is "an open-ended invitation to more intimidation," says Danish editor with experience. t.co/R65NGrJd5a
Jeff Jarvis "You depicted us as violent, so we are going to kill you." t.co/R65NGrJd5a
Sewell Chan RT @nytopinion: A Danish journalist's Op-Ed: Sony's decision to pull "The Interview" invites more intimidation. t.co/z5EdJgkHmC
NYT First Draft Op-Ed Contributor: Sony Caved to Terror. No One Else Should. t.co/sdJ6eUPpP3
Nicole Perlroth RT @nytimesworld: Op-Ed Contributor: Sony Caved to Terror. No One Else Should. t.co/ffr9c6qFKU
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Panel to Advise Against Penalty for C.I.A.'s Computer Search

nytimes.com – Matt Apuzzo – Dec 19 – WASHINGTON — A panel investigating the Central Intelligence Agency 's search of a computer network used by staff members of the Senate Intelligence Committee who were looking into the C.I.A.'s use of torture will recommend against punishing…
Inside No @CIA agents will be punished for searching the Senate's computers via @mattapuzzo @nytimes t.co/TbjkS84jvE
The New York Times Panel to Advise Against Penalty for C.I.A.'s Computer Search t.co/XG98iHMdEp
NYT First Draft Panel to Advise Against Penalty for C.I.A.'s Computer Search t.co/8HGh734Ng3
Trevor Timm Totally cool for the CIA to hack Senate computers and spy on staffers, CIA-appointed panel finds. t.co/ehZcYypEok
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Prosecutor Says He Knew Some Witnesses Were Lying To The Ferguson Grand Jury

BuzzFeed – Mike Hayes – Dec 19, 1:05 PM – KTRS: Why did you allow people to testify in front of the grand jury in which you knew their information was either flat-out wrong, or flat-out lying, or just weren't telling the truth? McCulloch: Well, early on, I decided that anyone who claimed…
Jinen Kamdar RT @BuzzFeedNews: Prosecutor says he knew some witnesses were lying to the Ferguson grand jury t.co/tc9wd6QrQa t.co/stHVBjjO1M
Nicholas Carlson RT @BuzzFeedNews: Prosecutor says he knew some witnesses were lying to the Ferguson grand jury t.co/tc9wd6QrQa t.co/stHVBjjO1M
Marc Andreessen RT @BuzzFeedNews: Prosecutor says he knew some witnesses were lying to the Ferguson grand jury t.co/tc9wd6QrQa t.co/stHVBjjO1M
Josh Constine How fucked can this get? Ferguson prosecutor knew witnesses were lying to protect Wilson, still let them testify t.co/MRXgL2BLLb
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