Wednesday: Newsy Snacks For Busy People
Are you ready for your gathering of newsy bits and other good things?! Let’s go!
Oscar Pistorius has appeared in court overnight. Details at news.com.au
The sensationalism of Reva Steenkamp’s death continues. More here.
The Guardian notes that digital capitalism (companies like Google, Apple and Amazon) offers few benefits to staff.
Tony Abbott says the Libs will always speak with a broad Australian accent. At news.com.au.
The Greens have severed their alliance with Labor, says Christine Milne. More here.
Michael Jackson’s son has landed a job on Entertainment Tonight. More here.
Burke’s Backyard magazine gets the chop. And axes a garden gnome to prove it. See that here.
Khloe Kardashian has lost her job on The X-Factor reports news.com.au.
The New York Times discusses long-term prison sentences, and their value (or lack there-of.)
Do you hate the word ‘panties’? I really do. So does this writer at The Atlantic.
The BBC profiles bloggers Young House Love.
The grumpy man who slapped a baby on a Delta airlines flight has lost his job. At The LA Times.
Nestle has found horse meat in two of its products, reports the BBC.
The Guardian shares Pixie Geldof’s style.
It’s nearly Yoko Ono’s birthday. Read on.
Around the blogs:
Mango Coconut Rice Pudding at Cook Republic.
Nine ways to bring nature indoors at Justina Blakeney.
Cute floral footwear at Note To Self.
Mini Ceviche tacos at Love and Lemons (Above)
Ten lists that read like poems. At Flavorwire.
Italian stuffed cabbage at Smitten Kitchen (Below)
Trashy, fluffy bits:
Beyonce’s baby can READ. OMG.
Mindy McCready was the fifth ex-Celebrity Rehab alumni to die.
The Ellen Show regulars Sophia Grace and Rosie have a bestselling book out.
Jane Fonda’s over 50s exercise video!
Have an ace day, petals. Hope you enjoyed your news!