Why work when you can Twitter? David Pogue from the New York Times played copy editor, Tina Fey contemplated cookies, and Internet-celebrity expert Paul Carr was just glad to be alive.
Self-described "new media whore" Paul Carr wanted everyone to know he was not dead.
David Pogue upheld the standards of the New York Times.
Politico's Patrick Gavin learned how to say "bruschetta."
Brian Chen at Wired crowdsourced his latest assignment.
Tina Fey thought about the sweetness of fame.
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