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by maryann johanson, liberal movie person

Sherlock Blue’s Clues, so wrong and yet so funny (and other adventures in social networking)

What my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today:
• Things are bad for actresses in Hollywood, and they’re worse for those who aren’t white, because then they have to deal with not being the “right” sort of not-white. *sigh* Stir Builds Over Actress to Portray Nina Simone

• So wrong, yet so funny. Sherlock Blues Clues

• Amanda Marcotte zooms right to the crux of the matter: toddler pageants make us uncomfortable, as a society, because they make us think about how it’s icky and weird for adult women to parade themselves around like livestock, too. A Little Girl “Smokes” a Candy Cigarette on Toddlers & Tiaras. Cue Freakout.

• Apparently a sustained campaign of incredible assholery is merely a “lapse in judgment.” Anyway, everyone’s doing it, so what’s the big deal? RJ Ellory’s secret Amazon reviews anger rivals

• Perhaps the worst thing about this is that some people are *happy* to be digital slaves. The Dystopian Digital Sweatshop That Makes the Internet Run

(hat-tips for today’s links: bronxbee)



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