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Monkey See posts about Media
"Dear Abby" columnist Pauline Phillips died Wednesday. We take a moment to answer a question we weren't actually asked: Why do people ask strangers for advice anyway?
Watching Felix Baumgartner's "space jump" on Sunday was exciting, riveting and unnerving. And it does make you wonder: What if something had gone wrong?
With the increasing prevalence in criticism that sets down arbitrary rules for cultural consumption, a look at the unnecessary tunnel vision of "You're Doing It Wrong."
The Mars rover Curiosity has a lot of technology built into her, but she's also got something extra: a social media presence.
Just another gay mutant French-Canadian/black superhero marriage, is all.
Sacha Baron Cohen has been doing most of his promotion for his upcoming movie The Dictator not as himself but as Admiral General Aladeen. Maybe it's time to leave the character at home.
Singer Lana Del Rey has been the whipping girl of the music-blog world for the past year. But her upcoming appearance on this week's Saturday Night Live is about to make that irrelevant.
At one of Britain's most influential news outlets, editors are telling the public in advance about their coverage plans — and inviting the audience to help set the news agenda.
Hugh Grant's testimony yesterday related to an investigation of phone hacking by journalists spotlighted another step along an interesting path.
Our comics blogger explores the weirdly existential pleasure of following young Billy or Jeffy around their bucolic suburban development.
Today's announcement of an alliance between ABC News and Yahoo! gets off to a noisy start with an interview with President Obama this afternoon.
Today, Amazon unveiled the Kindle Fire, a 7-inch tablet that functions like a souped-up e-reader that can also give you access to music, movies, and apps. But questions abound about the device's ability to fit into a crowded market for portable media devices.
Netflix has decided to spin off its DVD rentals into the new service "Qwikster." Will this really fix its customer-dissatisfaction problems and restore peace?
Breathless reports about a "missing" student found with the help of social media overlook the simple fact that he was never lost at all. He just forgot to tell his parents where he was going.