Afternoon report: A journalist’s ‘groovy’ find; headlines from ‘The Simpsons'; and more

* Deirdre Edgar’s Monday discovery: Rocky Mountain News’ review of Led Zeppelin’s first U.S. show. (@LATreadersrep)
* You’ll be using Google+ more in 2013, and nine other predictions from Red & Black’s multimedia editor. (digitize-me-capitain.com)
* We all knew Murdoch’s The Daily would fail, right? Probably not, says Justin D. Martin. (qz.com)
* Matthew Inman calls BuzzFeed’s piece on him “so blatantly wrong it borders on libelous.” (theoatmeal.com)
* BuzzFeed’s Jack Moore is the creator of @SeinfeldToday. (wsj.com)
* Dylan Byers presses Dan Froomkin on his “big swipe at ‘mainstream media.'” Response: “Those are silly questions, Dylan.” (politico.com)
* More layoffs at McClatchy’s Kansas City Star. (bottomlinecom.com)
* New Orleans radio host “takes the gloves off” for an interview with Times-Picayune execs. (wwno.org)
* Every newspaper headline you’ve seen on “The Simpsons” on one page: (simpsoncrazy.com)
* The father of helicopter journalism – he came up with the “Telecopter” – dies at 92. (nytimes.com)
* Gustavo Arellano: Mainstream media did a lousy job covering superstar Jenni Rivera. (ocweekly.com)
* It appears NYT columnist Roger Cohen has been visiting oversharers.com. (cadenhead.org)

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