Movable Type 3.2
January 06, 2011
Morning Coffee (1/6/11)Morning Coffee
Good morning. I'm home sick today, which could mean either that I'll get bored and post a bunch or that I'll end up sleeping all day. We'll see! Anyway, I figured I might as well get Morning Coffee out there before I go back to bed.
Yesterday: TCA press tour started (no big news yet, I don't think) and so did the new Congress. Today: CES starts, I think. Quite a week.
Question: Should I start grouping the links by category (music, books, politics, movies) or do you like the semi-random order?
Yglesias on Obama's CEO Problem: "The executive class' views on public policy are often misguided, and its feelings about it are irrelevant."
Did you miss The Social Network in theaters? You're getting another chance. Go see it. Really.
The gold coins as currency thing continues.
We thought maybe Paramore was going to stay classy and just get on with things, but, uh, not exactly.
Forever YA's latest Pretty Little Liars recap is pretty great.
I wasn't the only one underwhelmed by the "shocking event" on The Archers. On the other hand, maybe that's the point.
Casting news: George Clooney as Douglas Preston? Sure, why not? And Gemma Arterton and Jeremy Renner as grown-up Hansel and Gretel (or, more correctly, Gretel and Hansel)? Actually, the more I think about this one, the more excited I get.
Have you always wanted to live in Gaius Baltar's apartment? Now you can. Cylons not included. One assumes.
When does a bad movie become a must-watch spectacle? I'm not sure, but I'm seriously considering going to see Season of the Witch for exactly those reasons.
The Dave Matthews Band shows how to make money in the music industry. And is Lady Antebellum the world's dullest band? (I've always felt like their name was a bait-and-switch, too.)Posted by Kat at January 6, 2011 07:22 AM