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googlebomb' (and sound less like a malicious hack attempt)? 1 comment(s)
I'm partial to the term "googleboost" because (to me) it more accurately describes what you are doing (getting a boost from others to raise you to a higher position), and the fact that it usually is temporary - once the links fall back to the archive pages, google gives them less weighting.Add a comment...
A La Mode: Vogue's pathetic attempt at body-type diversity by Emily Nussbaum [Slate]
The result is less offensive than unintentionally hilarious, highlighting Vogue's version of a gorgeous panorama of womanhood - tall and skinny .. short and skinny .. pregnant and skinny .. and good old-fashioned emaciated. Ah, diversity! For the fifth category, "curvy," they snagged legendary "large size" model Sophie Dahl -- who recently slimmed down to a whopping Size 8/10.Ew.
Fox's 'Embassy' joins mid-season misfires [CNN]
Two episodes were also all it took for NBC's hyped Hank Azaria comedy "Imagine That" to be shown the door."Ellie"s premiere episode really wasn't fun to watch; 'desperate character is beseiged by constant misfortune' doesn't always work. Didn't bother to try it again. "Imagine That" was just plain crude, which may be par for network TV but disappointed me because I've seen the same actors with much more interesting material.
the original, and some bits of this are pretty clever:
The Love Song of J. Morris Housecat by T.S. Eliot's Cat [Henry Beard, via some post somewhere on metafilter]
...For I have known the ones who feed me, known them all --
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