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August 15, 2012

Hipsters Vs. Socialites: Why "Gallery Girls" Is Legitimately Compelling Reality TV

If you're as obsessed with petty high school class warfare as I am, you could easily become hooked on Bravo's new reality about young women trying to make it in the art world. Anyone who's looking for an accurate portrayal of people doing serious work at an art gallery — you're missing the point. Here are the four main reasons why this show kind of rules.

Feedworld

Anil Dash makes the case that the internet should be published in streams, not sites. If Facebook and Twitter are the new homepage, who needs a frontpage — or, he argues, any "page" at all. The RSS nerds were just 15 years too early.

Biden In 2011: Paul Ryan Is A Decent, Honorable, Smart Guy

Rep Paul Ryan is now the target of fierce Democratic attacks. At a 2011 fundraiser in New Hampshire criticized Ryan's budget but Biden praised him twice as a "decent, honorable, smart guy — he really is. I don't want to hear Democrats saying he is a bad guy."

Romney: "No Whining In Politics"

Mitt Romney complained yesterday that the President's campaign was "wildness and reckless," "angry and desperate," adding "his campaign strategy is to smash America apart." But during the Republican primary Romney had a different tone on negative ads saying politics isn't "beanbag" and that "there's no whining in politics" when Newt Gingrich complained.

If "Resident Evil" Ran Political Ads

Would you prefer your streets to run red with blood...or communism? President Bedford has the brains Washington needs...tasty, tasty brains.

6 Ways The Internet Is Transforming Politics

BuzzFeed speaks with techpresident co-founder Micah Sifry about the complex, changing relationship between politics and the internet. Sifry released a timeline yesterday that charts their interaction over the past four decades.

Wired Stands By Jonah Lehrer [UPDATED]

The writer, forced out of the New Yorker for fabricating a quote, keeps his contract, a spokesman confirms. A risk for the magazine, and a shot at redemption for Lehrer.

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