5 Things To Know This AM — Apr 25 2014

New work from Andy Warhol was discovered on some decaying floppy disks. If that's not Pop Art, we don't know what is. (Boing Boing)
Good news on the international front: Simon Ostrovsky, the Vice reporter who was captured by pro-Russia separatists in Ukraine, has been released. (Vice)
Amazon's aim to have you never leave your house again is furthered with the launch of its very own delivery service. (Business Insider)
Speaking of never leaving your house, Netflix just announced the premiere date of The Killing's final six episodes. Stay-cation begins August 1. (Variety)
Finally, beginning next week, the biggest Democratic donors will be meeting for a closed-door session. The goal? To decide the future of the Left and the country. (Politico)

Bonus Talking Points:

In truly, truly, truly outrageous news: Aubrey Peeples, of Nashville fame, has been cast as Jem in the upcoming Jem and the Holograms movie. (Vulture)

And, if you're wondering what the deal is with all this pine-tar talk in the sports world, look no further than this primer. (digg)
5things_warholsmallPhoto: Courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum.

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