Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Around The Blogosphere 21 October 09

My idea of a good picture is one that's in focus and of a famous person. Andy Warhol

It is written that Andy Warhol used Polaroids for his eventual silk-screen portraits. In 1979 Warhol snapped a shot of Farah Fawcett, which is now going on auction at the Children's Museum of the Arts tomorrow. The 3-inch by 4-inch snapshot is not the one in his Polaroid book, and is already valued at more than $8,000.

WABC 7's Bill Ritter got his tongue tied up on Tuesday night's broadcast calling Bernie Kerik a "former New York City top cock." Video.

on FishbowlNY - David Carr, Columbia University, and the Future of Journalism

Gawker posted A Surreal Night with Arianna Huffington [Twitterati]

A Chinese cargo ship with twenty-five Chinese seamen was seized by Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean about 700 miles east of the Somali coastline. Headlines in Chinese news websites except Xinhuanet are all about this incident (Sina, NetEase, Mop, Huanqiu, Sohu, Tom, QQ. )

Kanye West, dead after a two-car accident??? Not true! Amber Rose reacted via Twitter…

Facebook makes local headlines: Siena players go on defense over Facebook... and Facebook membership could prove costly for sex offender.

A little blogging goes a long way for some of us::: Sharon's blogging has lifted her high! Great news, Sharon! Keep on bloggin'!!!!! She writes: "I am relocating to Wise Bread as a steady blogger. I have also helped to launch a frugal video network with Myscha Theriault. Here's why I am changing my online strategy."

Interview @ WPBT: Geoffrey Philp - *Geoffrey Philp*, author, blogger and professor at *Miami Dade College*, talks about his latest book *Who's Your Daddy?

Faites l'amour... et dites le sur les médias sociaux...

Using the internet to organize heinous crimes... On the same website, there's an ad "Find Philippine Bar Girls at Great Prices."
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