Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Round-Up: Tuesday, Jan. 12

Learn: Great NYT article on crime control policy. Good summary of a bunch of ideas I learned at UCLA.

Tweet: Article on how to use twitter effectively (article is tailored for a musician, but interesting for everyone) and 10 things music fans want.

Fun: Finalists for Words of the Year and Decade. Spoiler alert: winners are "tweet" and "google"

Laugh: A father gets carried away with the Facebook bra meme.

Laugh: A Guide to Reading the Huffington Post

What?: "Former alleged Tiger Woods mistress Jamie Jungers is teaming up with Sarah Symonds, Gordon Ramsay's alleged former mistress, on a project to help mistresses get out of bad relationships." [NYP] (via Grub Street)

Eat: Eater LA updated their list of 38 Essential LA restaurants.

News: Bradley Byrne, a Republican candidate for governor of Alabama, gets in hot water for saying: "I think there are parts of the Bible that are meant to be literally true and parts that are not."

Photography: Check out work by Kevin Cooley (h/t Kitsune Noir)

Question: Why do people still find prison rape funny? Rape is just not funny.

Be Classy: Sushi eating etiquette

Compare: Differences between the online portraits men and women post.

Watch: Music video for Michael Cera fans.

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