Breakfast Links: June 28, 2011

— Rudy Giuliani paying a visit to New Hampshire.

— Apple’s iCloud won’t do real music streaming possibly because Verizon and AT&T; can’t handle the bandwidth.

“Last year, only 14 percent of the seats in first class were paid for, according to Glen Hauenstein, Delta’s executive vice president of network planning.”

— No more tickets available for Rick Perry speech in Alabama.


— Apparently Glasgow is destroying itself at great cost with a hugely expensive “elevated six-lane highway [that] pushes through the heart of Glasgow like some Corbusian vision of the machine city.”

— When racist demagoguery saved DC from the depredations of the highwaymen.

— Late-breaking sleaze in the patent reform bill.

General strike against austerity in Greece.