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.

About Joe

Joe Flood is a writer and photographer from Washington, DC. He is the author of the mystery novel Murder in Ocean Hall, 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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