A day of unexpected's, as Blue Moon gets sued, airline magazines get literary, body-scanners get used as tailors, and waste that tastes better than a Big Mac

PSFK Editors select top news aggregated from around the web each day.

Man sues MillerCoors over its questionable marketing of Blue Moon as a craft beer (Quartz)

United Airlines is differentiating its upper-classes in an unexpected manner: with Rhapsody, an in-flight magazine worth reading (NYTimes)

Could TSA body-scanners be used by tailors? Some think they can (AdWeek)

Instant everything and micro-moonlighting make it to the delivery world as startups like Loggi carve their niche (WSJ)

Jet Blue fliers with Amazon Prime subscriptions get to keep using the Internet on their flights: buy something on Amazon and get it shipped before you land! (Skift)

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