Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

The NSA can store one billion phone calls a day, according to Glenn Greenwald, the Guardian writer who broke the news of the NSA surveillance program. (Slate)

A handy and entertaining infographic from ChartGirl that details Alec Baldwin’s mercurial temper. (ChartGirl)

Speaking of Alec Baldwin: The erroneous story published last week by a Daily Mail reporter that said Alec Baldwin’s wife had been tweeting at James Gandolfini’s funeral has been scrubbed from the Internet. (Huffington Post)

“Online commenters do not respect your talent or your vision,” says a typically poignant Buzzfeed list called “22 Things Journalists Know to Be True.” (Buzzfeed)

“In a refracted media world where information comes from everywhere, the line between two ‘isms’ — journalism and activism — is becoming difficult to discern,” writes David Carr. (New York Times)

Remember Rob Ford, the Toronto mayor allegedly caught on tape with a crack pipe in his mouth? Well, Gawker, which raised about $200,000 on IndieGoGo to procure that video, will now be donating that money to a Canadian charity after the owners of the video failed to come forth. (GigaOM)