1. David Petraeus, former CIA director, had an extramarital affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell. Now he's teaching a course at City University of New York. For $200,000. That's a public university by the way. That gig typically pays less than $3,000.
2. Those times you try to use Google Street View and nothing happens? Example: try to find most places in Chelsea, Vermont. But the good people of Google have conjured a way to fix this problem! Pioneers headed out to remote locations can sign up to borrow one of Google's Trekker devices. It's a special backpack, equipped with a camera, that allows you to capture a 360 degree view of your surroundings. Sign-up! We bet they're going like hotcakes.
3. Jennifer Lopez traveled to Turkmenistan to serenade the country's authoritarian leader, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow. It would have taken a total of three seconds to find out from a Google search that Berdimuhamedow is a well-known human rights violator. But, meh. Her excuse? "I'm just, I'm just Jenny from the block."