Recap : BlogHer Business '09 From The Perspective of a Live Blogger

As Jory Des Jardins kicked off BlogHer Business '09 on Thursday,she promised that it would be a rapid fire afternoon of case studies. She didn't disappoint. Since this was my first ever attempt at live blogging, rapid fire feels like a bit of an understatement. ...more

You definitely got baptized by fire, Elana, but rose to the task. Thanks so much for being there ...more

Life Lessons for Graduates

It sure doesn't feel like summer around the Butterfly base as the cool temps and constant rain are clear reminders of a chilly April day. ...more

Loving, "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit"

Like many people, I love the show, "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit", and watching with eagerness and glee on Tuesday night, as they aired the season finale. ...more

Pondering "The Philanthropist"

NBC will be debuting a new on June 24th, 2009, "The Philanthropist". ...more

The 2009 Network Upfronts: What You'll See On TV This Fall

The last couple of weeks you might have been hearing about the television network upfronts.  For those of you who may not know that's when the networks hold meetings with the press and advertisers to announce their new shows for the fall/spring/summer TV seasons and allow the advertisers to buy time "up front."   So here's a look at what's coming to your TV sets this fall. ...more

See zombies don't have nearly the same sex appeal as vampires.  That whole brain sucking ...more

Media 101: Who Owns What in the TV World

If you wanted to boycott a particular TV network because they canceled your favorite show, odds are it might be harder than you think.  Take Fox's show "Dollhouse."  It's one of those "on the bubble" shows and last week my fellow CE Sweetney posted a plea to Fox not to cancel it.  In the comment thread, one angry viewer, Bambi, threatened to boycott Fox and watch Hulu instead if "Dollhouse" gets cut.  I had to give her the bad news that watching Hulu wouldn't hurt Fox in the least, because Hulu is partially owned by News Corp, which also owns Fox.  ...more

That kind of information is only important to people who think more deeply than ...more

Podcast: Interview with Comedians Tim Reid and Tom Dreesen

Recently I had the hilarious pleasure of doing a podcast interview with veteran comedians Tim Reid, of "WKRP in Cincinnati" fame and Tom Dreesen, a consummate standup comic and fixture on television and in comedy clubs across the country. I knew this podcast would be fun, I just didn't realize how much fun. I laughed so hard a few times it was hard to remember my questions. ...more

Can We Save Lipstick Jungle?

There’s talk of canceling Lipstick Jungle. ...more

I completely agree with you.  I write a blog about sex and the city versus sex and suburbia ...more

Jay Leno Crowned King of NBC: Winners and Losers

If you're a Jay Leno fan, NBC just gave you an extra hour and a half of sleep.  If you're not a Jay Leno fan, NBC just cut you out of about 23% of their primetime schedule.  That's because today NBC announced that comedian Jay Leno has cut a deal to do a show, suspiciously like his current "Tonight Show" in primetime at 10 PM.  And here's the kicker, five nights a week.  That means next fall, Jay Leno will be the King of NBC. ...more

I hear you, Becca.  Sounds like it's time to fire up your DVR and get busy recording stuff ...more

Tis the Season for Smart Savvy Women to Get a Great Car Deal

AskPatty.com Launches the Ultimate Experience for Smart Savvy Women Car Buyers ...more
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