Dan Abrams’ Websites Today

Dan Abrams’ Websites Today

October 10, 2011
Filed under: Blog — sarah @ 4:19 pm

Mediaite covers the emergence of a de facto head of PR for Occupy Wall Street: Jesse LaGreca, a blogger for Daily Kos who can be seen on YouTube criticizing FOX News coverage of the protest. LaGreca appeared on ABC’s “This Week” to talk about the movement and acquitted himself quite well. To see the clip, click here.

Geekosystem has a study that confirms what you’ve always expected: attempting to organize your inbox using a series of folders is a useless task that only creates more work for you, and you’d be better off typing random words into the search box instead. Yay? Get the full post here.

Styleite covers the frenzy surrounding Kim Kardashian’s E! wedding special, which is understandable since there are still so many unanswered questions about the event. What did she wear? Who were her bridesmaids? Did she go through with it?!?!?!?!?! Despite us having most of the answers to these questions, Women’s Wear Daily is still super excited about it. To read why, click here.

On Sportsgrid: it was bound to happen eventually (????). Someone threw a hot dog at Tiger Woods, and we have video. See it here.

Gossip Cop reports that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have donated $340,000 to a Somali relief fund, remaining secure in their status as the most globally aware/altruistic star couple of all time. We get it, okay? (Just kidding, keep donating!) To read the full post, click here.

The Mary Sue reports that the bad PR-plagued Netflix is scrapping plans to create separate websites for instant streaming and DVD rental, which would require two separate logins. Basically nothing will change and Netflix made everyone mad at them for no reason. Keep on keepin’ on! Get the full post here.

On Mogulite: good news if you are an overweight man. Hot ladies will still want to be your girlfriend! There’s just one catch — you have to be rich. My favorite thing about this study is how it makes both genders look really good! To read the full post, click here.