what you don’t understand about Twitter; Facebook defriends Roger Ebert; Golden Globes in big trouble; more: leftover links
Every week my browser gets cluttered up with tabs for stuff that I stumble across and figure I might be able to use as a Question of the Day or a WTF Thought for the Day or grist for some other post. And inevitably, I end the week with most of that material unused. But there’s no reason to let this stuff go to waste: I can still share it with you, for your amusement, and start the new week with a clean slate.
Herewith this week’s leftover links, in no particular order:
Anton Yelchin Says It Would Be ‘Very, Very Bizarre’ To Do A ‘Star Trek’ Sequel Without J.J. Abrams
Oscar-tipped movie The King’s Speech ignored George VI’s key mentor
Making Hollywood Films Was Brutal, Even for Fritz Lang
3 Things Most People Don’t Understand About Twitter
Facebook Officially Announces Funding
Facebook Gives Roger Ebert’s Blog Post Thumbs-Down
Did WikiLeaks Just Declare War On The NYT?
@Themediaisdying: The Brutal Truth From Two Years In The Twitterverse
Study Brings New Meaning to the Words ‘Media Diet’
New York Times Readies Pay Wall
Golden Globes Lawsuit May Thwart Next Year’s Show
BBC’s Big Online Cuts: Full Details Announcement
Roger Ebert’s Proof 3D TV ‘Doesn’t Work With Our Brains’
Katie Holmes Gets Smeared by US, Hollywood Reporter
Syfy Picks Up Original Web Series ‘The Mercury Men’
Kevin Smith’s movie ‘Red State’ draws huge criticism from Christian groups
Will streaming make or break Netflix earnings?
5 Ways to Stand Out on Twitter
Why Can Hollywood Advertise in ‘Skins’ While Other Marketers Have to Run?
Analysis: The Internet Stole Obama’s State of the Union From Cable News
Where’s the diversity at the Oscars?
‘Would you like some cheese 2 go with that whine?’ Cher launches bizarre Twitter rant after Burlesque Oscar snub
eBookFling Wants To Be The Netflix Of eBook Lending
BBC, Facing Budget Cuts, Will Trim World Service and Lay Off 650
Plagiarizing Editor’s Boss: ‘Byline Doesn’t Take Credit for the Work’
Netflix Gets Social: “Extensive” Facebook Integration is Coming
Black Swan: Revealing Mother-Daughter Abuse
Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page Hacked: IP Address Traced Back to US Department of Defense
Vanity Fair Pulls Motion Picture Home Piece From Its Hollywood Issue
Are you a Moral Author?
James Franco Takes Dramatic Look At ’70s Series ‘Three’s Company’
Facebook Bans Kate Middleton – No, Not the Famous One, the Other One
The 50 most controversial movies ever
Everyone’s a critic now
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