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October 29, 2010

Morning Coffee (10/29/10)

Morning Coffee

Happy Friday! This week went... quickly, actually. Huh. Has everyone recovered from The Vampire Diaries last night? Tonight I'll be running a live chat about The Good Guys over at GoodGuysFans.com, so if you're watching, come chat with us!

I'm sure we've all heard about Gawker's ridiculous Christine O'Donnell thing, right? I'm not giving them the satisfaction of linking to it. Leave a comment if you have no idea what I'm talking about and actually want to know. Hah. I was also pretty unhappy with Jezebel's response. But very happy with the dozens of really good Twitter responses. So.

Maureen Johnson has REVEALED SECRETS about her upcoming books. I cannot wait.

The Greek yogurt phenomenon is pretty interesting.

This piece about why Halloween and New Year's are awful is somewhat New York-specific, but I sympathized with it anyway. Oh the pressure!

The Fug Girls Herald TV's Most Unheralded Actors

And the best flow chart in the history of ever: How to Explain the Internet to a Dickensian Street Urchin

Posted by Kat at October 29, 2010 08:08 AM

If you want to fling ideas back and forth on the Greek yogurt thing, I'm reasonably certain I'd be able to expound upon the article you linked to (what consumers are looking for, role of product in that, relative importance of price, etc) (thank you, Marketing).

Also - I didn't know that you, too, are anti-Halloween! I tried to play along for a number of years (college) and have recently rebelled ("I won't come to your party if I have to wear a costume"). I don't like dressing up in costumes. I'd always rather be myself. Halloween last year was maybe the best ever - D and I hid out in his house and watched Japanese movies, just the two of us, no costumes. I do love handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, though.

Posted by: your cousin Liz at November 1, 2010 04:17 PM
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