The MPR Digital Media interns took the news of the past week and turned it into the quiz that will test your news knowledge.
What do we find in the news? Things (even people) that were lost, and how we prevent loss.
For Monday morning we have a rouser, a few news stories to consider, and topics for open discussion.
What the f8? f8 isn’t just a key on your keyboard. It is the naming convention for Facebook’s conference where new site features come to light.
For discussion: Does online political discourse really need one more way to express dislike?
We open News Cut archives, discuss safety and privacy, and consider the data that is our lives.
A Marketplace headline reads that checked bag fees lead to cabin chaos, Should Congress address the issue?
Discuss Holder’s statements on bin Laden, a local infographic, a drug heist, veterans and the budget, and flooding.
Advertising, political vice, dot coms, flooding, and broadband. A typical day on the Internet.
Today’s Five by 8 includes school sessions, scams, portmanteaus, fetch, and French film.
Fun in Minnesota could include mobile games, high school hockey, movies, trivia, and the last run this season for snowmobilers.
Higher education reporter Tim Post provides a demolition picture taken at the University of St. Thomas.
We find law, school safety, culture, homelessness, and mapping a bicycling route in the news.
Today’s tour of headlines reveals fire, drowning, regional identity, Tiger Woods, and wolves.
A discussion about the hex, the spell, the “whammy” kind of curses. Expletives will have to wait for another day.