Dan Abrams’ Websites Today

Dan Abrams’ Websites Today

January 5, 2011
Filed under: Blog — sarah @ 10:59 pm

Mediaite covers the already-changing tone in Washington…with an debate on FOX News about whether Nancy Pelosi hogged the mic during John Boehner’s special day. Megyn Kelly posited the question on her show, and had senior correspondent Brit Hume weigh in. Hume, naturally, sniffed that he couldn’t remember any previous speakers ever, uh, speaking for that long. See the clip here.

Geekosystem wonders if Apple, ever detail-oriented, cribbed the design for their finder logo from Picasso’s “Two Characters.” The painting does look similar, and it would be very much like Apple to design even their finder logos with such care. Like everything else on the internet, there is some debate about this theory — get the full post here.

On Styleite: Tom Ford’s latest shoot for French Vogue is kind of terrifying, featuring very young (like, grade-school young) models wearing the kind of mature makeup and clothing (and posing in the same manner) typical of high-fashion models. Even creepier — despite being under 10, the models don’t look all that different from the girls who usually grace Vogue’s pages. Shudder! See a slideshow here.

Well! Sportsgrid reports that NFL star and maybe-sexual predator Ben Roethlisberger is engaged! Ashley Harlan is a very normal-seeming physician’s assistant in her mid-20s who hails from Newcastle, PA. Not much else is known about her, but hopefully she is prepared for the level of media scrutiny that is surely headed her way. Oh, and congratulations? Hope this works out? But I sort of feel like it won’t? Eek! Get the full post here.

Uh oh! Gossip Cop reports that Camille Grammer, currently in the middle of a nasty divorce from Kelsey, may not come back for a second season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Despite being horrible in an unfathomable number of ways, Grammer definitely made the season interesting! Plus, she’ll go down in history for hosting the most disastrous dinner party of all time. To read the full post, click here.