A car chase failed to end on camera, making MSNBC's David Shuster sad; Ben Stiller hobnobbed merrily with Lance Armstrong; and a blogger became fascinated with Lydia Hearst's fulsome... theories in financial regulation. The Twitterati were excitable today.
MSNBC's David Shuster lamented the lack of a spectacular and public end to a high-speed car chase.
After chatting with actor Ben Stiller, cyclist Lane Armstrong confirmed to a grateful public the existence of Dodgeball 2.
Mahalo CEO Jason Calacanis explained to TechCrunch's Mike Arrington exactly how grating Arrington is; the positively scientific observation included a citation.
Business Insider's John Carney discovered financial politics had made heiress Lydia Hearst his strange bedfellow. He didn't seem particularly annoyed.
Time's James Poniewozik spent basically all day trying to pronounce the name of Dan Abrams' blog, Mediaite.
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