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TV on the Web: Improv Everywhere's Mp3 experiment

The shows we really love and that are good enough to http://null capture our imagination and keep us from checking our smart phone notifications for 25 or 50 minutes. The movie we watch with our loved ones during family movie night. The big games played by our favorite teams. But there is plenty of TV as well that just isnt that important, while there is plenty of social interaction that is. And depending on our mood and the posts in our Facebook feed, we may even fluctuate and switch kim kardashian style back and forth easily. Were pretty good at multitasking at this point, after all. So what does that mean for the producers of all of these second-screen apps? <br>Source:

Warren Zevon's Final TV Appearance (2002) Warren Zevon was a frequent musical guest on Late Night With David Letterman, even sometimes sitting in as bandleader when Paul Shaffer was away. So in 2002, when news broke Zevon was diagnosed with terminal cancer, Letterman devoted an entire episode to one of his favorite singers. Zevon was in good spirits throughout the public farewell, advising viewers to "enjoy every sandwich." The 50 Funniest People Now: David Letterman "It was unforgettable," remembered Paul Shaffer later. "He read this said to me on the phone, when he was still in Los Angeles and we were preparing it, 'Just keep the jokes coming. I don't want anybody feeling sorry for me.'" Zevon played heartbreaking versions of "Mutineer," "Genius" and "Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner." Later, comedian Richard Lewis spoke for fans everywhere when he wrote Letterman a letter saying how moved he was. He received a short note back: "Dear Richard, thanks, but it was all Warren. <br>Source:

Post to Facebook TV on the Web: Improv Everywhere's Mp3 experiment on Incorrect please try again A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs TV on the Web: Improv Everywhere's Mp3 experiment Daniel Hurwitz, special for USA TODAY 5:29 p.m. EDT July 22, 2013 More than 7,000 people simultaneously crawled on all fours during Imrpov Everywhere's 10th annual Mp3 Experiment. (Photo: Today's Pick: The Mp3 Experiment Ten on YouTube The Topic: More than 7,000 New Yorkers downloaded the same MP3 file, gathered at the South Street Seaport, simultaneously pressed play, crawled on all fours, gave away money and did whatever else the omnipotent voice on the Mp3 file said to do. <br>Source:

LIN TV Turns More Into Less

Conversely, a company with gross margins that inch downward over time is often losing out to competition, and possibly engaging in a race to the bottom on prices. If it can't make up for this problem by cutting costs -- and most companies can't -- then both the business and its shares http://null face a decidedly bleak outlook. Of course, over the short term, the kind of economic shocks we recently experienced can drastically affect a company's profitability. That's why I like to look at five fiscal years' worth of margins, along with the results for the trailing 12 months, the last fiscal year, and last fiscal quarter (LFQ). You can't always reach a hard conclusion about your company's health, but you can better understand what to expect, and what to watch. Here's the margin picture for LIN TV over the past few years. Source: S&P Capital IQ. <br>Source:

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