Mr. Obama has a firm grasp of the climate issue, and no one doubts that he cares about it. But as is often the case with this president, the question is whether he will exhibit a sense of urgency to match his intellectual understanding. — New York Times editorial board. (via poptech)
Superman on his Super-typewriter
Do not attempt with your mp3 player.
One of the greatest threats we face is, simply put, bullshit. We are drowning it. We are drowning in partisan rhetoric that is just true enough not to be a lie; in industry-sponsored research; in social media’s imitation of human connection; in legalese and corporate double-speak. It infects every facet of public life, corrupting our discourse, wrecking our trust in major institutions, lowering our standards for the truth, making it harder to achieve anything. — Jon Lovett’s commencement address to Pitzer College. (via theatlantic)
Google must REALLY want me to Better Understand The Customer Journey with New Tool from Google Analytics.
Tony Stark has business in downtown Manhattan today, apparently.
Mariano Rivera, back at the “scene of the crime”
(via It’s About The Money)
And the highest paid public employee in your state is…
The new Democratic senator from Massachusetts introduced her first bill Wednesday, the Bank on Students Loan Fairness Act, offering students temporary relief from the burden of high interest rates rates on loans.
Love this woman.
David Horvitz via ARTINFO (read more here, with slideshow and autoplay video)