I finally found something I’m better at than Barry Obama. According to an enlightening NYT piece by Julie Hirschfeld Davis, the president’s social media accounts are managed by the Office of Digital Strategy, a team that includes about twenty people (by my count, that leaves each staff member responsible for roughly seven characters of a fully fleshed-out Tweet). I’m proud to say that I write, edit and publish tweets entirely on my own — although, candidly, that leaves me less time than I’d like for world affairs.

+ The federal government has spent more than $1 billion over the past decade in an effort to move its immigration systems into the digital age. What are the results so far? One form is online. (Maybe 20 people per tweet isn’t all that inefficient.)