Roundup: Taking a Side on Net Neutrality; Goodbye to AOL Instant Messenger; BitCoin Fever

Roundup: Taking a Side on Net Neutrality; Goodbye to AOL Instant Messenger; BitCoin Fever

Roundup

Roundup: Taking a Side on Net Neutrality; Goodbye to AOL Instant Messenger; BitCoin Fever

President Trump’s daily briefings are engineered to not offend him … RIP to Net Neutrality … Embattled congressman Blake Farenthold calling it quits … Interesting to see regulators grapple with BitCoin …Carrie Coon is a fantastic actressNorth Korea is barking … A.G. Sulzberger must have nailed the job interviewGregg Doyel can write … Do people actually buy $1 million carsAOL Instant Messenger is dead … Very good animal photos … Rick Pitino and Louisville headed for mutually assured destruction … Newtown, five years after Sandy Hook … Scott Rolen won’t be a Hall of Famer … How the Times is handling the Glenn Thrush test casePaul Ryan mulling future … The Baltimore Orioles are afraid Manny Machado will end up in the BronxIn-game wagering is where it’s at … Jeremy Pruitt is the new sheriff in town … FBI agents at center of probe called everyone an idiot, basically …It’s not always the thought that counts … Padma Lakshmi.

Shea Patterson: savior or just another guy? [Detroit Free Press]

I’ll say this. He was living with more living cats than dead cats, so that’s something. [Time]

One measure of society is how it treats the elderly. [Orlando 6]

Is the NFL ready for an openly gay player? [Outsports]

Maybe Roy Moore actually won. Ever think about that?

Mom’s spaghetti. MOM’S SPAGHETTI!

Jason Kelce booted a recycling container into oblivion.

The Spill Canvas — “All Hail the Heartbreaker”

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