Half of 2011's NYT issues contain stories sourced to Wikileaks

As we all know, there's been this thing going on for a while between the New York Times and Wikileaks. The NYT offers narrative and journalistic excellence, but existential issues have led it to a place of inordinate cosiness with official sources. On the other hand, Wikileaks uncovers facts no-one else seems to find, but is given to posting things on Twitter that are unbecoming of scientific journalists. So, how does one honor each of these institutions for their virtues, while making fun of their vices? The Atlantic's Caitlin Dickson shows that the best humor is latent, lurking in the numbers.