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I don’t think it’s laugh-out-loud funny, but the White House still gets credit for trying.
All the “Sopranos” and most other great HBO shows you can eat–as long as you’re already paying for the TV service. Works on iPhones and some Android models, too.
Why I spent the morning learning about something called Magnum Ice Cream. (Hint: William, Kate + Twitter).
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you think the TV business is begging for disruption. But for now, at least, it’s doing just fine: Advertisers are spending more on the tube, and so are you.
Sure, you could take Steve Jobs at his word. Or you could listen to Kyle and company.
140 Proof’s plans to sell ads in the Twitter stream got shut down, but it says it will still turn a profit this year. It’s raised another $2.5 million to help it get there.
News Bytebumped up to a larger distribution role in 2009. Perrette was also one of NBC’s reps on Hulu’s board of directors, back before it gave them up as a merger concession. Deadline.com first reported on Perrette’s departure. An NBCU statement praised Perrette and wished him well.
News Byteofficial account to release Barack Obama’s long-form birth certificate, along with with correspondence from Hawaii’s state health agency. And like any responsible blogger, the White House used Twitter to promote the post.
Now that Eric Schmidt isn’t running Google anymore, he has time for this kind of stuff: An hour-long interview with Tina Fey, conducted last week at the Googleplex.