Wednesday, May 13, 2009

News feed

True, Mustardgate was silly, but it's cool to find out that Dijon is actually a condiment of the people, not a predilection of stuffy men in long, expensive cars.

Over at, Glenn Greenwald's take on the Roxana Saberi affair is pretty eye-opening, and Sarah Hepola's bit on Dell's new "Della" site is equal parts funny and horrifying. I also like Joan Walsh's piece on Wanda Sykes' ridiculously controversial White House Correspondents' Dinner routine. I'm pretty late in getting to Salon, but better late than never.

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