Here at The City Paper we digest a large amount of information daily on the Internet. Here’s a rundown of some of the recent stories City Paper staffers find interesting and worth sharing.
From ProPublica: No warrant, no problem — How the government can get your digital data 
From Slate: The literal meanings of places in the U.S., mapped 
From The Atlantic Cities: Project uses tweet data to create maps plotting iPhone, Android users 
From Mashable: 'The Lego Movie' trailer 
From The Atlantic: Google finally admits that its infamous brainteasers were completely useless for hiring 
From All Out Cricket: Fearless in Kabul — Cricket’s most romantic story of the century shows no sign of hitting the skids 
From The New York Times: Will video games be what finally ends the fantasy of amateurism in college sports?