Media murmurs and mutterings

From Glenn Greenwald at First Look Media, details flow on how covert agents infiltrate the Internet to manipulate, deceive, and destroy reputations. At Yahoo! NewsGarance Franke-Ruta marveled, "This @ggreenwald story is amazing in that it shows the govt teaching how to do textbook online stalking/harassment." Freedom of the Press Foundation's Trevor Timm noted, "So when Edward Snowden said the UK's spy agency was worse than the NSA, this is probably what he was talking about."

Meanwhile, The Bloomberg View just retooled its look. "The future of digital home pages: It's tiles all the way down," The Atlantic's Derek Thompson observed.

And here's something that's truly useful to journalists everywhere: the complete guide to eating at your desk. "I have frittered away my youth wondering," lamented Nidhi Subbaraman at NBC News, while Teddy Mitrosilis with Fox Sports helpfully pointed out, "2:16 PM perfect for coffee."

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