Julian Castro: son of Chicana activist, Harvard Law grad, future U.S. president? – They are calling the San Antonio mayor the Hispanic Obama. He’s been tapped to deliver the keynote at the Democratic National Convention, and many have called him a rising star in the Democratic party. {Fox News}

Supermodels talk sex, drugs, and racism – Watching this is like listening to your aunt or mom talk about how things were back in their day. Interesting. {Jezebel}

Cuba Gooding Jr. arrest warrant: actor wanted for misdemeanor battery – Allegedly he pushed a bartender in New Orleans. No bueno, Cuba. No bueno. {Black Voices}

Mitch Murch hears gunshot while reading, finds wife, children shot to death – I can’t even begin to imagine how he’s feeling now. Prayers to him. {HuffPo}

Microsoft saying good-bye to Hotmail – Not sure who still uses Hotmail, but just in case you do, you might want to make the switch to Outlook.com now. {CNET}

Ebola virus fears strike Uganda’s capital city -This is not good. Looks like the Ebola virus is trying to make a comeback. {CBS News}

Olympic Games 2012: Twitter takes center stage in London – I don’t know about you, but watching the Olympics and being surprised has been nearly impossible. Between Twitter, Facebook, and news outlets, I know who won each event hours before it airs. Kinda sucks, but I guess this is the age in which we’re living. {ABC News}

*Spoiler Alert* Want to know how the U.S. women’s gymnastics team did in London? Check out ESPN’s write up. 

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  • kaya

    i Still use hotmail v-v

  • I’ve also been trying to avoid the Olympics results until primetime, but it’sfruitless. Having so much coverage makes watching the events much less exciting because you already know who won or lost. *sad face*

  • Mademoiselle

    I must say, I love my life, but stories like the Murch case, Aurora, etc. sure make me hate this world. Sigh.

    Um. I have hotmail, but I don’t use it because of the high spam-jacking rate. So I’ve been keeping it open, but deleting my address book and change my password every 90 days to keep the hackers on their toes. Don’t know what has been stopping me from canceling the account. Guess I won’t have to worry about that going forward.

    I have a love/hate relationship with how Obama has ripped the curtains off of the idea of minority candidates. I’m not familiar with Castro, but I hope people don’t start treating politics like some side show, throwing out candidate names like Mardi Gras beads. It irks me to see the likes of Cain, Palin, Rev. Jackson, etc on a ballot as if being minorities is all it takes to get this country in shape. So I hope Castro isn’t the hispanic version. I’ll stay tuned. I’ll read the article a little later.