This week: an entirely virus-free edition! (Just kidding); who's exploiting the crisis; what to watch while stuck at home; why the crisis will help Amazon take over the world; and where you can be in a Zoom meeting.
Despite attempts to scrub him from history, the Christchurch shooter is being immortalised online in memes, manifestos and now video games.
Crikey's coveted Wankley Award -- which recognises those who go the extra mile to create truly terrible journalism -- goes to everyone tying themselves in a knot about the "dangers" of the latest video-game craze, Fortnite.
Kyle Hodgetts is suing the Nine Network for almost $2.5 billion (yes, with a B), claiming A Current Affair defamed him and sunk his video game's chances of success.
Generational differences often obsess us. With children staying at home more Alan Davies asks why, and then remembers that in his day differences didn't necessitate deficiencies.
The Australian spoils the winner of tonight's Miles Franklin Award. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
First we had bell-bottom jeans. Then we had the Macarena. And now, we've got Pokemon Go.