1. "Starting today, you’ll be able to connect your [CNN] iReport and Facebook accounts in a way that will give you more control and make it easier to share your iReport posts (and your comments too!) on Facebook."
    — iReport + Facebook now better than ever

    (Source: CNN)

     
  2. My favorite .GIF of last night, because Anderson Cooper.

     

  3. "The U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, was operating under a lower security standard than a typical consulate when it was attacked this month, according to State Department officials."
    — "U.S. post in Benghazi had less than standard security before attack">U.S. post in Benghazi had less than standard security before attack," CNN
     

  4. Lessons learned: Slow down.

     
  5. shortformblog:

    thedailywhat:

    In which Wolf Blitzer, of all people, schools Donald Trump on the air over his position on birtherism. An excerpt:

    WB: Donald, you’re beginning to sound a little ridiculous, I have to tell you.

    DT: You are, Wolf. Let me tell you something, I think you sound ridiculous, and if you’d ask me a question and let me answer it.

    WB: Here’s the question, did the conspiracy start in 1961 where theHonolulu Star-Bulletin and the Advertiser contemporaneously published announcements that he was born in Hawaii?

    DT: Many people put those announcements in because they wanted to get the benefit because of getting so-called born in this country. Many people did it. It was something done by many people even though they weren’t born in the country. You know and I know it.

    Trump hosts a fundraiser for Mitt Romney tonight in Las Vegas.

    [tpm]

    Long done with this issue, admittedly, but there’s a great laugh-out-loud moment six minutes in where Wolf asks Trump what “his people” found about Obama’s birth certificate back in April of last year — he claimed to Meredith Viera that his people “cannot believe what they’re finding” about Obama’s birth certificate. “We don’t have to go into OLD NEWS,” Trump says. “That’s old news.”

    (Source: thedailywhat)

     
     
  6. CNN International had me on Friday to talk about social media and the 2012 elections. I’ll post video once I’ve got it.