Saturday, January 28, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (1/28/23)

Today is Saturday! This is my "get my life back in order after the holidays and lots of January travel" weekend so my to do list is very long.

They have now released the video as well but I am not linking to it. You can find it easily if you want to. 5 Memphis ex-police are charged with murder and jailed over the death of Tyre Nichols (NPR)

Reporting corruption in a time of war: The Ukrainian journalists’ dilemma (Politico EU)

Covid Vaccines Targeting Omicron Should Be Standard, Panel Says (NYT)

This makes an EXTREMELY important point: An Open Letter to Stephen King: Book Censorship News, January 27, 2023 (Book Riot)

Journalists angered by new Australian federal court restrictions on reporting of cases (The Guardian)

National Dems give New Hampshire, Georgia more time to change 2024 primary dates (NH Bulletin)

An Ohio law defining natural gas as ‘green energy’ — and backed by dark money — lays out the next battle in the climate wars (Grid)

Welp: CNET Is Reviewing the Accuracy of All Its AI-Written Articles After Multiple Major Corrections (Gizmodo)

Why a London Museum Is Removing the Skeleton of an ‘Irish Giant’ From View (Smithsonian)

The astonishing vanishing act of the glassfrog, revealed (NPR)

And some longer reads:

The Flu-ification of COVID Policy Is Almost Complete (The Atlantic)

Progress! FDA eases blood donation ban on gay and bisexual men after years of protest (WaPo)

Leonard Leo is quietly remaking state high courts in his conservative image (Grid)

Pandemic Woes Lead Met Opera to Tap Endowment and Embrace New Work (NYT)

The Cheesecake Factory knows what you want (Vox)

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