AdAge has a fascinating little piece on what TV shows you watch and how that relates to the brands you like, based on information from "psychographic" (eek) "ad targeter" Mindset Media. The data was self-reported by about 25,000 TV viewers across 70-plus shows, most of which ended up attract ... More >>
Traditionally, trying to lose weight involves dieting and exercise. But what about Tweeting the entire process, including your weight and how much you ate on a given day? New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter is doing just that. And it's a far cry from the old days, when dieting was something ... More >>
Mississippi is the most obese state in the country for the sixth year in a row, according to the seventh annual "F as in Fat: How Obesity Threatens America's Future" report. New York tied for 36th place with Florida and Idaho. [NY Daily News] The Guggenheim Museum is seeking permission from ... More >>
Often in the blogoverse it seems that our days have unexpected themes. Today's is turning out to be charity, kicking all of those nasty vices like you know you want to, doing whatever it takes to get your own reality TV series, and BP. Well, now a tidbit has come our way that seems to encapsu ... More >>
That's the replacement cast lined up starting on July 13, according to feverishly excited Broadway insiders. And it's certainly better than the usual American Idol and Biggest Loser stars.
Rocco DiSpirito has a new cookbook, Great American Meal Makeovers, inspired by his appearances on NBC's The Biggest Loser, in which he made healthier version of his favorite dishes, like fried chicken and macaroni and cheese. [Grub Street] Bill Telepan, the chef-owner of Telepan, has plans ... More >>
I don't know who Jillian Michaels is because I only watch cable news and Forensic Files, but someone who heard The Frank DeCaro Show on Sirius today told me they broke the story that Michaels--who turns out to be the trainer from The Biggest Loser--is the biggest lesbian. She was spotted "in flagran ... More >>
Devout banter about a very different Bible class, plus sleuthing about Sleuth and ragging on Rita
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