Friday's Links

Here’s what interested me this week:

As any visitor to DC can attest, this area is not known for customer service. Still, threatening a customer’s privates is probably not the way to encourage repeat visits. 
The New Yorker Pretends to be the Onion
My friend Colin takes on the whole Obama/New Yorker controversy and makes a comedic stand for free speech. 
Generation Y Perspectives at NASA
This presentation has been routed at another acronym, NOAA (where I work). If you’re young or Internet-savvy, there’s a lot of “well, that’s obvious” moments in this presentation but the unfortunate truth is that government is not doing these things.

Author: Joe Flood

Joe Flood is a writer and photographer from Washington, DC. He is the author of the mystery novel Murder on U Street, as well as articles, short stories and screenplays. In his spare time, he likes wandering about the city with a camera.

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