Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Retweeted Links of the Day

All the best links that were worth retweeting today on @GotchaMedia.




Larry David finally makes the cover of Rolling Stone. [@RollingStone]


New York Magazine publishes a list of 21 media innovators. [@DailyIntel]


Turntable.fm gets a killer review from the New York Times. [@samgrobart]


The new Mac Book Airs have arrived. [@TechCrunch]


Two puppets from Avenue Q will be getting married in NYC next week. [@broadwaycom]


Jeffrey Eugenides writes about David Foster Wallace. [@vulture]


Funny or Die and Earwolf are teaming up for a new podcast series. [@HuffPostComedy]


Kanye West and Jay-Z put out a new song that samples Otis Redding. [@MusicVagabond]


Question of the Day from @daveweigel:



Al Franken vs. Focus on the Family

Al Franken finds some fatal flaws in the testimony of Focus on the Family’s Tom Minnery in today's Congressional hearing on repealing DOMA.




Stephen Colbert Says 'It Gets Better'

Stephen Colbert makes a rare out-of-character appearance for the It Gets Better project.




CONAN: How Marc Maron Beat Mouth Cancer

Marc Maron retells a story that he shared on his WTF Podcast about the time he beat mouth cancer.




LETTERMAN: Steve Carell Says 'Screw The Office'

David Letterman helps Steve Carell realize that he's better off without The Office.




TODAY SHOW: Michele Bachmann's Migraines

Michele Bachmann takes her migraine criticism "head on" (that's the Today Show's pun, not mine).


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COLBERT REPORT: David Carr on New York Times and Rupert Murdoch

David Carr sits down with Stephen Colbert to talk about The New York Times' ability to be objective on the juicy News of the World scandal.



JIMMY FALLON: History of Rap Part 2 with Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon reunite for part 2 of their epic hip hop medley, this time with auto-tune.

DAILY SHOW: News Corp Misses Out on Covering Murdoch Scandal

Jon Stewart laments the fact that Fox News, the New York Post and the rest of the British tabloids are missing out on covering the News of the World Murdoch scandal.