Stuff you may have missed: December 28, 2013
In a well-researched piece that is very much worth your time, The New York Times dips deep into the Benghazi well. TL;DR version: They “turned up no evidence that al-Qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault,” but found that an anti-Muslim video did in fact inflame emotions.
Jahi McMath’s family, which is attempting to move the teen, who has been declared brain dead, to a long-term care facility, would like to address their critics.
New York City’s new mayor will get the presidential treatment, with Bill Clinton doing the swearing in of Bill de Blasio on January 1.
One in five new laptop sales is a Chromebook, according to one sales metric. (Three-word review: They’re good machines.)
This guy owns over 11,000 video games, and I’m sure he’s played all of them.