I whipped this article up one morning, “breaking” the story as it were, and before I got into the office, it had spread around the Internet. My editors were kind enough to put it in the site’s top spot, and the story even landed on the front page of Reddit. So that was cool. Click here to read about a 28-year-old grad student who’s trying to bring drone strikes into your daily life.
I am not the son of David and Dorothy Heller from Cupertino.
Subject: Hello From Reader in SF Bay Area
Two weeks ago, I launched #vetchat at Newsweek/The Daily Beast. It’s a weekly Twitter chat about military and veterans’ issues, and I’m proud to say that we’ve been getting positive feedback from both individual veterans joining in across the US and larger organizations. Click through to see our first chat, about military suicide, and join in every Wednesday at 3 p.m. EST!
It might have been the whiskey, but I had a good time picking the best moments from the second showdown between President Obama and Mitt Romney, and writing about them as they happened.
Pretty self-explanatory. A little video blog I whipped up about the NFL’s horrible replacement refs.