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For women in TV comedies, the funny/sexy venn diagram is just one big circle

Women have been killing it on TV lately. Whether it is Veep’s Julia Louis-Dreyfus trying to out-screw fellow scumbag senators on HBO, or Amy Schumer’s wry and salacious sketches on Comedy Central, or Amy Poehler’s neurotic and heartwarming performance in Parks and Recreation, networks are placing more female stars on the top of their sitcom Christmas trees. 988 more words

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Ryan Schude's "Them & Theirs" Featured in Slate

Slate’s photography blog, Behold, recently featured Ryan Schude’s project “Them & Theirs.

Photographer Ryan Schude’s series “Them and Theirs” is a vibrant, sometimes whimsical take on car culture mostly in and around Los Angeles.

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WSJ Poised to Hire Quartz's Mims as Tech Columnist, After Manjoo Departure to Times

The Wall Street Journal is close to hiring Quartz tech and science editor Christopher Mims as its newest tech columnist, said several sources. If completed, Mims will replace its… 329 more words

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Digital Humanities in the Academy and Antisocial Media

In the broadest of senses, this week’s articles are focused on the digital — how we as writers, academics, and human beings should contend with the changing milieu of the digital landscape.   149 more words

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Copper work

Views of a new copper roof, the roof is flat and about 6 ft by 6 ft . Shinny now but will change to dark brown, then to green over time. 9 more words

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Slate tries to buck the paywall trend by focusing on membership

There’s been a wave of online news outlets trying different versions of a paywall model over the past year or so, with everything from a… 740 more words

Slate tries to buck the paywall trend by focusing on membership

There’s been a wave of online news outlets trying different versions of a paywall model over the past year or so, with everything from a… 740 more words

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