Tuesday Links

I had a great time in California and had a fun drive to LAX on Monday morning. I was driving down the 101 when the 4.4 Earthquake hit Westwood. I’m ok and it seems like most of SoCal is ok as well. The best reaction was this anchor at KTLA when the quake hit. 


Thank God Phil Jackson is taking over the Knicks. LeBron is even thinking of taking his talents to The Garden… in 2015. But is he destined to fail? ESPN takes a look. 

For those of you who need help on how to fill out a bracket for the NCAA tourney fear not… former Duke and current hottie LA Clipper JJ Redick shells out some great advice in this FOD Video


I mean…. look at those legs. 


If you do want some good advice on how to fill out your bracket check out this ESPN video from Numbers Never Lie.

Arsenal players took a selfie after huge win over Tottenham… that’s soccer for those of you who ignore the Premiere League. (FTW)



Seahawks QB Russel Wilson was spotted on the set of the Entourage movie along with Patriots QB Tom Brady. The show was produced by Mark Wahlberg who is a huge Patriots fan. I am guessing that Ari Gold is indeed back in the agent business and signing sports stars. (Yahoo Sports)

Umpire in Reds-Indians game takes one right to the nuts.(Watch


Colts owner Jim Irsay posts bail after DUI arrest (link)

Facebook appears to be testing a way to appease users who feel that they are missing stories from friends in their News Feeds.

Facebook has tweaked its News Feed algorithm to surface news updates and released the mobile newsreader Paper, which is specifically designed to highlight content from news sources. This means posts we write that don’t involve sharing news can get buried, leaving users feeling like big old nerds when no one comments or “likes” their updates.

NASA predicts the end of Western civilization (link)

“The fall of the Roman Empire, and the equally (if not more) advanced Han, Mauryan, and Gupta Empires, as well as so many advanced Mesopotamian Empires, are all testimony to the fact that advanced, sophisticated, complex, and creative civilizations can be both fragile and impermanent.”


90% of the Internet is hidden from search engines. (link)

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