Morning Links for June 18 2013

Morning Links for June 18 2013

There are Tuesdays and then there are 60-degree Tuesdays in the middle of June. Next Tuesday, we’re really counting on you to turn it around. Let’s get to the news.  New York Magazine has what writer Jeff Wilser deems the “10 Ways Men Text Women.” Are you a  Buy-a-Voweler, an Exclaimer or a Carver (which would mean you model your texts after Raymond Carver short stories)? It’s never too late to find out.  The Miami Herald, with the help of Yale Law students, sued the federal government in order to get it to  release the names of Guantanamo’s “indefinite” detainees. The list includes 46…

There are Tuesdays and then there are 60-degree Tuesdays in the middle of June. Next Tuesday, we’re really counting on you to turn it around. Let’s get to the news. 

  • New York Magazine has what writer Jeff Wilser deems the “10 Ways Men Text Women.” Are you a  Buy-a-Voweler, an Exclaimer or a Carver (which would mean you model your texts after Raymond Carver short stories)? It’s never too late to find out. 

  • The Miami Herald, with the help of Yale Law students, sued the federal government in order to get it to  release the names of Guantanamo’s “indefinite” detainees. The list includes 46 men who are classified “as dangerous but ineligible for trial because of a lack of evidence, or because the evidence was too tainted.”

  • Apparently, Amazon.com is providing cloud computing services for the CIA. 
  • A recent study by the National Council on Teacher Quality showed the teaching education programs at  University of Wisconsin schools are, what the Journal Sentinel calls, of “middling” quality. 
  • The Fondy Farmers Market is back and the Shepherd Express has everything you need to know. 


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Claire Hanan worked at the magazine as an editor from 2012-2017. She edited the Culture section and wrote stories about all sorts of topics, including the arts, fashion, politics and more. In 2016, she was a finalist for best profile writing at the City and Regional Magazine Awards for her story "In A Flash." In 2014, she won the the Milwaukee Press gold award for best public service story for editing "Handle With Care," a service package about aging in Milwaukee. Before all this, she attended the University of Missouri's School of Journalism and New York University's Summer Publishing Institute.