Stuff you may have missed: January 10, 2014
The Central African Republic’s leader, Michel Djotodia, just stepped down today, after only nine months on the job. He was not well-liked and took power in a coup, so rejoicing in the streets followed.
Aitzaz Hasan’s death this week should be a lesson of selflessness for the world at large—the Pakistani teen died after tackling a suicide bomber who tried to attack his school, saving hundreds of lives.
The contractor that screwed up the launch of Healthcare.Gov lost its contract with the federal government today. Wonder why.
Signs CNN is past the point of salvaging: Jeff Zucker had to deny a rumor that he was about to hire Jay Leno.
Dropbox is down. Some random hackers are taking credit, but the company says they’re BS’ing.