Machine curated list of the best Twitter links

How Not to Mourn the Wasp Aristocracy | The New Yorker

I wrote about WASPs. [via]

Remembering Lyudmila Alexeyeva, One of the Last of the Soviet Dissidents | The New Yorker

In which I remember one of the last great moral voices. [via]

Irish woman who married ghost of 300-year-old pirate says they have split up | The Irish Post

Irish woman who married ghost of 300-year-old pirate says they have split up via @theirishpost[via]

SANTA DENIER arrested after giving children the ultimate Christmas spoiler — RT USA News

31yo Texan arrested after telling children at a church breakfast that Santa Claus doesn’t exist https…[via]

Attention Required! | Cloudflare

YouTube star PewDiePie promotes channel with anti-Semitic content [via]

Stop Crying and Eat These Thirtieth-Birthday Cakes | The New Yorker

l o l 😑 [via]

400 Bad Request

Dude came by with his dog. I did his podcast. [via]

3 ways Facebook and other social media companies could clean up their acts — if they wanted to » Nieman Journalism Lab

3 ways Facebook and other social media companies could clean up their acts — if they wanted to [via]

Google is launching a voice-driven version of Google News for smart speakers and phones » Nieman Journalism Lab

Google is launching a voice-driven version of Google News for smart speakers and phones [via]

Teens support the First Amendment but largely don’t trust traditional media (do they have reason to?) » Nieman Journalism Lab

Teens support the First Amendment but largely don’t trust traditional media (do they have reason to?) [via]

“Fake flus!” When it comes to health, battling misinformation requires strategic thinking » Nieman Journalism Lab

“Fake flus!” When it comes to health, battling misinformation requires strategic thinking [via]

What does membership mean for BuzzFeed News — at a company that’s already raised nearly $500 million in venture capital? » Nieman Journalism Lab

"Even the most digital-native publishers cannot resist the siren call of a tote bag." [via]