TMZ's managing editor asked a pressing boob question; Twitter's founder inflated a newspaper article; and a TechCrunch writer puffed up her sources. The Twitterati were swell.

TMZ journalist Harvey Levin always dreamed of asking important people the tough questions. Today that dream came true.

TechCrunch's Sarah Lacy has been to the actual China and talked to the actual Chinese websites, and they tell her that blogger Robert Scoble's opinions are wrong. Could 10 billion talking Chinese websites be wrong? No, they could not, which is why Sarah Lacy is irrefutable.

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Twitter's Biz Stone is happy that the San Francisco Chronicle has finally "recognized" the interior design talents of his co-founder's wife. The news article in question contains two quotes: one from the wife, and one from... Biz Stone. Info-intermediation does have its benefits.

Wired's Brian Chen wondered if we were offering tens of thousands of dollars for Apple Tablet pics because we want Apple employees "tortured." We'd like to remind him that, to paraphrase John Yoo (and maybe Bill Clinton), a consensual stress position is not the same thing as torture.

Gothamist's Jake Dobkin wondered if the New York Times was really blogging in the civic interest.


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