Inbox: The week on the webADAM ROBERTS
Just a small smattering of links this week, please do enjoy them though.
Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom - the shoutingest supercut you'll ever see.
The man behind Bieber, a fascinating insight into a mogul in training.
A follow-up to a link I posted a few months ago featuring a formerly deaf Reddit user asking what he should listen to now that he has his hearing, here's an Atlantic story on the results.
Analyse your life using Wolfram|Alpha and Facebook.
A pen made just for women, reviewed amusingly.
President (and more relevantly, Presidential candidate) Obama made a splash yesterday by hosting a Reddit Ask Me Anything session. Here's a handy list of all his responses, click the context link to see what question he was answering. As pointed out most effectively here, this was actually a pretty low risk strategy for the POTUS, as he could pick and choose the questions he wanted, and pick and choose he did. Here's a list of 15 AMAs that were better than Obama's.
Those crazy kids over at Grantland are holding another pop-culture tournament, this time to find the best movie sequels of all time. If you ask me, there's no way this is not going to come down to a fight between The Empire Strikes Back and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
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