Entrails: March 26th, 2009

Who would want to shatter that smile? (ABC)

Who would want to shatter that brilliant smile? (ABC)

I’m starting something new. This is a daily collection of links, not all sports-related, devoted to the best, most interesting, or most important stuff I want to share.

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Scary details about Shawn Johnson’s stalker. (Chicago Tribune)

Is America losing its air superiority? An absorbing look. (The Atlantic)

Friday Night Lights is coming back. You’ll have to scroll; it’s buried, but it’s there. I also love this headline. (Ausiello Files)

One blogger no longer wants to marry a major leaguer. (Getting to First Base)

Connecting Shakespeare to Twitter, through brevity. The wit, of course, is a chancier proposition. (The Smart Set)

Amazon, buying Digg? Note the enormous valuation of those free, customer-provided Amazon reviews. (Gawker)

Where are the female-penned Big Idea Books? (Guardian)

Tennis’ Bryan brothers, profiled. (Men’s Journal)

Google’s brain trust is smart: $1 salary, no frills in 2008. (CNET)

You will hear and read the phrase “monetizing Twitter” thousands of times this year. It’s not in that article, but, well, you get the point. (WSJ)

It’s a Woot-off! (Woot!)

ESPN has a YouTube channel. You can’t get to that URL, but you can subscribe, so do that, if you want, at a video like this one. (YouTube)

Hey, look, the 2010 Olympic torch! (Bachelor Guy)

Facebook will change its changes. Good job, rabble-rousers. (AFP)

Journalism as art, starring that Shepard Fairey-adapted Obama image. (NYT)

The purpose of education in the humanities, examined. (Chronicle)

Finally, the great mind behind Moderately Cerebral Bias will run a live video chat tonight. Join him. (I believe the chat goes live around 10 PM Eastern.)

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  1. Pingback: NESW Sports Headlines 3-26-2009 | NESW Sports, Sports Videos

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