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Before the FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION In the Matter of Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet: REPLY COMMENTS OF THE WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA, WEST, INC.

Before the FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION In the Matter of Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet: REPLY COMMENTS OF THE WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA, WEST, INC.

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The A. I. Game – by Jay Bushman | ETC Press

The A. I. Game – by Jay Bushman | ETC Press

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edwardspoonhands:

The wait is almost over! Seven pallets of these showed up at the warehouse today!

huzzah!

I remember seeing someone post (ages ago, in the middle of LBD) about a tweet posted by Bing Lee which was deleted shortly after. Was this intentional or a mistake? And what did the tweet say? Thanks!

That was a screw-up on my part. I was using some automated twitter service (I forget what) that analyzes your tweets and then autoposts whatever the data was that it finds. I also have a password manager to keep all of my passwords straight – and as you can imagine the section with all of my Twitter logins is massive.

Anyway, I was trying to log into my personal account at that service with my Twitter credentials, popped open my password manager, and my hand slipped. S I ended up logging in with the @bingliest credentials instead – at which point it autoposted to Bing’s account.  I saw it immediately, logged out, and deleted the errant tweet – but not fast enough. 🙂

I have a question dating back to the LBD that’s been hanging over my head for a long time. It is totally obscure, but here it goes: When Darcy tweeted Bing about having to “kill a spider” for Caroline, was that literal? Or did he say that to hide the fact that the two were arguing about Jing? Or was it a metaphor..?

If memory serves, it was a desperate-ish ploy on Caroline’s part to get Darcy to pay attention to her at a moment when it was becoming clear to her that his attentions were moving elsewhere

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RADIO [ITVT]: SETH SHAPIRO AND MARC JOHNSON OF THE ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES INTERACTIVE MEDIA PEER GROUP (IMPG) DISCUSS THIS YEAR’S INTERACTIVE MEDIA EMMYS

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Really great interview that goes into some of the nuts and bolts of how the Interactive Emmys works.  Plus they say some nice stuff about LBD – we’re “the little show that could”!