Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet. Problem is, there's also a bunch of garbage. Here's the best of the web right now:
1. Overwhelming kindness follows Boston Marathon blast. The tragedy at the finish line is unspeakable, but it's easy to find words to describe the way the people of Boston have rallied together to support each other. USA Today documents acts of heroism, generosity and compassion.
2. Judge finds himself in contempt of court after his cellphone interrupts a trial. You've got to love the way Judge Raymond Voet in Michigan applies the "justice is blind" aphorism without prejudice.
3. Ten cats clearly plotting to kill their owners. Felines, unlike happy-go-lucky canines, make you work for their affection. They also aren't afraid to give you the stink eye when you've crossed them. If you find yourself on the receiving end of a cat death-stare like the ones compiled in this slideshow on Mashable, fetch the Fancy Feast and keep your distance.
4. Prankster pretends to pee on a Ferrari, invokes the wrath of the rich. Roman Atwood is the Prince of Pee. In his own words: "Guy parked in a handicap space because he owned a Ferrari. I thought he could use a little pee prank for doing this. Guy was pissed."
5. Johnny Manziel returns to Twitter as the world's biggest Drake fan. It was just a few short weeks ago when Johnny Football declared Twitter a distraction and swore off the social media service. But @JManizel2 officially went back into action on April 12 — tweeting 15 times that day, mostly about meeting Drake.
6. Justin Bieber wonders if Anne Frank would have liked his music. Deep, deep thoughts came flooding out of the hair-flipping manchild after visiting the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. On April 13, Bieber penned these immortal words in the museum's guest book: "Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber."