The Internet Strikes Back: What Net Neutrality Means to Your Blog

For those of you not in the U.S., or in the U.S. and not sure what the hell I'm talking about, Net Neutrality is about allowing Internet users the same speed and level of connection across devices, hardware, and method of connection. If Net Neutrality were not in effect, Verizon, for example, my Internet service provider, could give me faster connective speeds to its sponsored sites and block access to sites it doesn't want me to see. Moreover, it could block my access to competitors or sites it doesn't like me to use. ...more

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A Shore Thing, Now With More Snooki Snex

Let's get this out of the way just in case you missed the news that Snooki got a book deal and has a book out in the world despite the fact that last year she reportedly tweeted the exciting news that she was reading her first book. A Shore Thing was released on January 4 and people have been talking about it ever since. ...more

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Get DA BWAHA'ed!

I don't understand March Madness. That is not to say that I don't understand the madness that hits one in March as they wish the weather would decide it it's spring or winter (that I totally get) but the one where people talk about regions and pools and brackets and all has something to with basketball. The same madness has infected the literary world. The Dear Author and Smart Bitches have just opened up voting on the second annual "Dear Author Bitchery Writing Award for Hellagood Authors", or DA BWAHA. Books pitting off against each other and I have a say in how it turns out? Now that's something I can get behind. ...more

Well, everyone who enters a bracket that is. After the brackets close the first round of voting ...more