By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun
9:04 AM EST, February 8, 2013
New York and Boston may not want to find Nemo (the Weather Channel's incredibly dumb name for the impending winter storm) , a hacker has exposed George W. Bush's showering self portrait, and Christoper Dorner -- the ex-LAPD officer wanted for murder -- is still at large. Welcome to your online trends report for Friday, Feb. 8, 2013.
We may be missing out on the snow, but a potent blizzard is still expected to cause chaos to the north in New York and New England with up to three feet of snow. The storm is already starting in New York and is expected to start around noon in Boston. Airports are buckling down and many flights are cancelled.
A hacker named Guccifier gained access to personal photos and e-mails of the Bush family, including photos of George W. Bush's paintings -- and he isn't half bad. Although, the fact that the self portraits are of him in the shower and in the bathtub are slightly creepy.
The case of Christoper Dorner -- the ex-cop who is in wanted in deaths of three people -- is still attracting attention online. Authorities have moved the search to the mountains east of Los Angeles after finding the remains of his burned out car.
Meanwhile, the political soap opera Scandal continues to kill it on Twitter as the shocker from last night episode is having fans gasping again. But all that tweeting isn't entirely organic as the Hollywood Reporter writes that the social media mojo is part of concerted effort by show runner Shonda Rhimes
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