Morning Links: Not Everyone Cares About Mick Jagger

Tina Brown introduced Liberian Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee to Mick Jagger, Ms. Gbowee was unimpressed. [Post]

CNN warmed up the debate crowd “like a high school basketball game.” [NY Times]

The U.S. fell 27 places in the press freedom index. Thanks, NYPD. [Reporters without Borders]

Greg Kelly, local Fox News host and son of NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, is under investigation for alleged rape. [Daily Mail]

The Times is developing something called Deep Dives which appears to be like Times Topics but with better graphics. [Nieman]

The Daily Mail gets more traffic than the New York Times, probably because they have no qualms about writing a headline that is clickably untrue. [Buzzfeed]

Jann Wenner–who wore Tom Wolfe whites to the National Magazine Awards last year–quit the MPA, again. [AdAge]

Groupon literally tried to sell snake oil. [BoingBoing]

Magazines keep using QR codes. Will they ever catch on? [AdWeek]

Morning Links: Not Everyone Cares About Mick Jagger