If you want to buy something special for your loved one at this time of seasonal...– Musician ELVIS COSTELLO, in a blog post begging fans not to buy his latest box set, the price ($339.98) of which he called “either a misprint or satire.” I love this. (via the LA Times)
Three years ago, I posted a picture of myself online for the first time. In this...– Sady Doyle - The Girl’s Guide to Staying Safe Online (via notemily) awesome, awesome article.
Naomi Wolf: The shocking truth about the crackdown... →
wellesleyunderground: Message coordination of this kind is impossible without a full-court press at the top. This was clearly not simply a case of a freaked-out mayors’, city-by-city municipal overreaction against mess in the parks and cranky campers. As the puzzle pieces fit together, they began to show coordination against OWS at the highest national levels.
Reblog this if you love "Community" and want NBC...
Google knows it. Viacom knows it. The Chamber of Commerce knows it. Internet...– STOP SOPA, SAVE THE INTERNET - Boing Boing, Fred Wilson (via nevver)
NY TIMES: "Police officers wore helmets, and some... →
It’s very hard to complain about someone saying you’re in Tina Fey’s immediate...– MINDY KALING, on a particularly frustrating, unfair hardship for women in the entertainment industry, in The Guardian. (Read the full interview here.)
Newt Gingrich hates Maria Bartiromo.
NEWT: My colleagues have done a terrific job of answering an absurd question. Uh, to say, in 30 seconds --
MARIA: YOU have said you wanna repeal Obamacare, correct?
NEWT (interjecting): Lemme just finish, if I may. (Glares.)
MARIA: Would you like to try to explain, in simple speak to the American people, what you would do after you repeal the President's healthcare legislation?
NEWT: In 30 seconds?
MARIA (annoyed): Take the time you need, sir. Take the time you need.
NEWT: I can't take what I need -- these guys will all gang up on me.
MARIA: Do you want to answer the question on healthcare tonight, or no?
The problem isn’t that conservative politicians ‘overreached.’ The problem is...– JON STEWART, on the media declaring that the GOP had “overreached,” resulting in the defeat of Mississippi’s “personhood” legislation and Ohio’s anti-union bill, as well as the recall of a GOP pol in Arizona who sponsored an anti-immigrant law, on The Daily Show (via inothernews)