Machine curated list of the best Twitter links

Do Jails Kill People? | The New Yorker

Do Jails Kill People? [via]

What “Peanuts” Taught Me About Queer Identity | The New Yorker

Elegant, funny, affecting piece about trans-ness and the Peanuts comic strip by @JennyBoylan: [via]

“She Never Looks Back”: Inside Elizabeth Holmes’s Final Months at Theranos | Vanity Fair

Jesus. This paragraph. I had to step away from my computer for a moment. [via]

“Some Kind of Renewal”: Revisiting Robert Penn Warren’s Civil-Rights Interviews | The New Yorker

For @NewYorker I wrote about Robert Penn Warren's archive of civil rights interviews: [via]

Trump wants 6G internet ‘as soon as possible’ - The Verge

Imagine how fast you could download the pee tape on a 6G network!!! [via]

Tucker Carlson interview: Watch Fox News host tell Dutch historian to “go f--k” himself

Confronted with a mirror, Tucker Carlson freaks out. [via]

Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aimé is retiring - The Verge

i know this is a good chance for jokes, but honestly? i loved reggie and im going to miss him [via]

The state of women in U.S. media in 2019: Still f’ing abysmal — especially at Reuters and the AP » Nieman Journalism Lab

The state of women in U.S. media in 2019: Still f’ing abysmal — especially at Reuters and the AP [via]

True Facts: The Lemur - YouTube

Any day with a new @zefrank video is a good day. [via]

Local TV is still the most trusted source of news. So how do you collaborate with a station? » Nieman Journalism Lab

Local newspapers get all the attention, but in many markets it’s a TV station’s website that leads in digital. [via]

Twitter Should Have Groups and Here Is How It Should Work

#MakeHashtagsGreatAgain [via]

Why Oxford Comma Enthusiasts Are All Over Tinder | GQ

Why everyone on Tinder is an "Oxford comma enthusiast" [via]

Wi-Fi 6, explained: how fast it really is - The Verge

Wi-Fi 6: is it really that much faster? [via]

How News 12 is working with ProPublica’s Documenting Hate database to track local hate crimes » Nieman Journalism Lab

How News 12 is working with @propublica's Documenting Hate database to track local hate crimes [via]

Flipboard wants tighter abs, Pinterest wants good wine, and Linkedin wants to read about…shopping? Here are the kinds of content platform users seek (or avoid) » Nieman Journalism Lab

“Linkedin, Reddit (non-app), and the Drudge Report send proportionally more traffic to longform posts.” [via]

Candidate’s son warned father of N.C. political operative’s alleged tactics - The Washington Post

Wow. This is truly sad: Candidate’s son warned father of N.C. political operative’s alleged tactics [via]