The New York Times Magazine marks the return of Breaking Bad with a profile. [@nytimes]
Herman Cain is getting ready for his second Colbert Bump. [@TPM]
Ben Schwartz interviews Garry Shandling on Twitter and it doesn't go very well. [@funnyordie]
Barack Obama gives some very long answers to some very short questions at the first Twitter Town Hall. [@thecaucus]
Yes, James Spader will be on The Office next season. [@thedailybeast]
This New York Times Complaint Box column started a Twitter meme. [@LisaLewisNYC]
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
All the best links that were worth retweeting today on @GotchaMedia.
This is most boring video of President Obama "making history" you're likely to see.
Funny or Die gives NFL players something to do during the lockout.
As the only major late night host not on vacation last night, Jay Leno had the Casey Anthony trial all to himself. His joke comparing the jury to Obama's economic team failed so badly, he had to check if his mic was still on.