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Monthly Archive for September, 2011
It had all the makings of a coronation. It was the only reason Met fans were interested in following the team for the last few weeks of another hapless season. But in a shocking turn of events, they were left with a bad taste in their mouths heading into the off-season, and it had nothing […] [Read More]
So, what if Facebook had “Mad Men’s” Don Draper on its marketing team?
First of all, he’d probably tell Mark Zuckerberg to put on socks. And a tie. And real pants. Then he’d sell Facebook’s new timeline feature like it was a Kodak slideshow carousel. (Everyone who watches the show knows what I mean.)[Read More]
Who’s writing the headlines for the Detroit Free Press these days? The Sopranos? Well, you can’t argue that this A1 isn’t a talker. Probably resulted in a huge spike in street sales. But wait. The Free Press hasn’t really let journalistic standards slide. An accidental, and some would say serendipitous, fold has changed the original […] [Read More]
ABOVE: Sly Stone in 2010. Sly Stone wants to take you higher, but he might need some help himself. The New York Post reported this week that the funk legend is living out of a van on Crenshaw Boulevard in Los Angeles. At his peak, Sly played Woodstock with his band, Sly & the Family […] [Read More]
On the Web, news is not just what’s important in your town, state, nation or the whole world, but it’s also what’s important to you, personally. Facebook understands this as well as anyone. This week, it launched new features that try to focus its users’ New Feeds on news, and in some ways it gets […] [Read More]
Jesse Holley is the Carrie Underwood of the NFL. From a reality star to a star. And Holley wears his star on his helmet. On Sunday, Holley made his first NFL catch and later hauled in a 77-yard Tony Romo (playing the role of hero with a broken rib) pass that set up a game-winning […] [Read More]