– Another media group calls on US mayors to end journalist arrests. Sure, just so long as we can tell them apart from the actual protesters.
– Adam Carolla delivers and epic rant on OWS.
– Twitter may classify for Pulitzer’s “breaking news” category.
– A declining viewership now means stations lose out on revenue from campaign season.
1. Satellite Photos of Japan, Before and After the Quake and Tsunami (New York Times)
3. No, your zodiac sign hasn’t changed (CNN)
5. (video) – Father Daughter Dance Medley (Yahoo)
10. New Zodiac Sign Dates: Ophiuchus The 13th Sign? (The Huffington Post)
An errant direct message from a sitting congressman broken on this site and Big Government resulted in Anthony Weiner’s wild denial, a claim that he was hacked (many falsely suggested it was done by Andrew Breitbart or Big Journalism’s Dana Loesch), and then Breitbart’s epic presser crash, after which Weiner finally owned up to the truth. Resignation over 140 characters.
– AP reports on OccupyLA defiance, but not the tons of trash they left behind.
– Contrived alterna-puma Janeane Garofalo went on the Internet Inventor’s network to speak with its version of Ted Baxter. When she’s not sitting home alone with her cats listening to Joy Division and watching “Mystery Men” for the eleventy-frillionth time (“Remember when I was still cool and in the Stiller crowd?”), she’s screeching about the tea party and black people. Because where oh where would black people be without Janeane Garofalo?