Friday Pix: Recommended Reading For The Weekend

This Friday I point you to some recommended reading around the blogosphere:

1. I’ve long been a fan of Brian Williams, the anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News. So when the popular NPR news quiz Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me came to New York City last week and invited Williams on the show, I knew it would be a gem. It was. If you’ve got 15 minutes to spare, do listen to the entire Williams segment as he plays a game called “Not My Job.”

2. On a much more sober note (no pun intended), here’s an essay from the NYT.com’s Motherlode blog by a stay-at-home Dad – Mike Adamic – who explains why it isn’t cool to drink in front of your children.

3. This is a laugh-out-loud list of 50 office-speak phrases that really grate from the BBC News Magazine. (Hat Tip: @gretchenrubin.)

4. Finally, for those of you still wondering what Twitter is, here’s a clever essay by my old pal C.M. Mayo.

Enjoy!

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2 Responses to Friday Pix: Recommended Reading For The Weekend

  1. Miketubs says:

    I heard Williams on “Wait, Wait…” previously, and he was wildly funny. He must have been brought back by popular demand.

  2. delialloyd says:

    Yeah, he’s hysterical. Amazing for someone w/his job. Didn’t realize he’d done it before. I’ve seen him on Jon Stewart several times as well where he really lets loose.

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