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  1. Twitter’s CEO Says You Should Always Pronounce the @ in Twitter Handles, Here’s Why We Think He’s Wrong

    In other news, I'm having flashbacks to the GIF wars of 2013.

    Last month, the Twitter account for On The Media, an NPR-affiliated radio program and blog devoted to discussing current trends in media coverage, ran a tweet that contained the phrase "an @Guardian article." Apparently, this usage is supposed to be grammatically correct. We still have issues with this idea, and we bet some of you do, too.

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  2. TL;DR Wikipedia Distills the Internet’s Vast Knowledge Into Short, Sarcastic Barbs

    Finally, the information of the Internet expressed in the native language of the Internet.

    There's a lot of information on the Internet, so it can be hard to know just where to turn when you want a concise explanation of any given subject. That's where TL;DR Wikipedia comes in. They take all of the "knowledge" and "facts" and reduce it to easily remembered, sarcastic flash cards.

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  3. How Social Media Is Ruining Our Minds [Infographic]

    There's no doubt about it, social media has drastically changed the way we, as humans, interact with each other. The question is, though, is it changing the way, or destroying the way? This infographic, curiously made by the folks at Assisted Living Today, suggests that social networking is shortening our attention spans and rewiring our brains and brings some science along to back it up. It's worth questioning though, if we're living in a world where things are making us have a shorter attention span, is that a bad thing? I mean, maybe having a short attention span was only bad before it started becoming a necessity. The world is changing, guys. Maybe we're just changing with it.

    Full infographic after the jump.

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