Monday, August 15, 2016

Morning Coffee (8/15/16)

Me elsewhere: Your TV news for the week.

The Grinding Fight to Root Out ISIS in a Battered Libya

What I learned analyzing 4,000 Trump and Clinton tweets

This is so Ryan Lochte: “And then the guy pulled out his gun, he cocked it, put it to my forehead and he said, ‘Get down’ and I put my hands up, I was like 'whatever.'”

It's always interesting to see how this stuff plays in other places: Rio Olympics: TV Commentators' Misogynistic Remarks Spark Outrage in South Korea

Fascinating: Inside North Korea’s propaganda summer camp for international kids

The nonsense on Twitter last week about whether librarians should read (at all, never mind diversely) was quite something.

Sady Doyle has interesting thoughts on the Carl Beijer Workout Video.

Whoa: Earliest Americans could not have arrived by dry land, study indicates

The real reason networks keep resurrecting old TV hits

During the Nazi Occupation of Norway, Humor Was the Secret Weapon

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