The 3 awesomest things on the Internet #Click3

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The All In with Chris Hayes team puts out a daily call to the Twitter and Facebook communities for the “awesomest things” they encountered on the Internet.

1.  With the advent of their new on-line project, “Times Haiku,” The New York Times shows us that reading the news can be a doubly enriching experience. Watch Chris as he recites his favorites.

2.  Remember the cop who tried to infiltrate Occupy Wall Street masquerading as a hipster? Well there’s a digital incarnation of “Hipster Cop” trying to gain inside access to Boston’s DIY Indie-Rock scene. Thanks to Twitter fan, Shaleen Title, for tipping us off to this droll news item.

@chrislhayes These Boston cops pretending to be “punks” was funniest thing I’ve seen in a while slate.com/articles/news_… #click3

— Shaleen Title (@shaleen00) April 2, 2013


3.  Did you know host of All In with Chris Hayes is a big proponent of biking? He is. When Twitter fan, Matt Moffat, submitted one designer’s mock-ups of what the Keystone XL Pipeline would look like as a transnational bike path, Chris spun a wheelie.

@allinwithchris great show last night. awesome format. looking forward to seeing how the show evolves and grows @chrislhayes

— Matt Moffatt (@olivesarmy) April 2, 2013

The 3 awesomest things on the Internet #Click3

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