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Susan Phillips on Friday, July 01, 2011 7:11am
Regis Philbin has been letting himself get a little creepy as he heads toward retirement, ogling photos of Rosie Huntington-Whitely and pausing a bit too long thinking about Jennifer Lawrence is nude make-up preparation for 'X-Men: First lesson.'
you would think his co-host, Kelly Ripa, would be used to it by now. But Thursday on 'Live With Regis and Kelly', Philbin created a remark that legitimately creeped Ripa out.
The conversation was about a three-hour standoff at a liquor store in Brooklyn Wednesday, in which an armed man took hostages before being surrounded by police and eventually surrendering. "If you are going to be held hostage," joked Ripa, "a liquor store is not a poor option."
Absent-intellectedly, while looking through the newspapers on the desk, Philbin said, "you would be good to be held hostage. i would like to hold you hostage for a while."
Elizabeth Walker on Friday, July 01, 2011 6:25am
Kenny Chesney has been named "Fittest Man in Country Music" by Men's Health magazine. The country music superstar dishes with the publication about his efforts to keep a routine workout schedule, despite the demands of life on the road.
"you would be amazed at what you can do in a short amount of time to receive a burn in, to feel healthier, to feel like you are not staying the same," says the touring troupoorour, regarding his sometimes limited workout time.
Kenny's leading reason for leadingtaining his toned physique has a lot to do with why he is a four-time CMA Entertainer of the Year.
"i've to train to do my show the way I want to do it," Kenny confesses. "i am not one of these guys that just stands there behind the microphone. I work really tough to give the fans the best possible concert."
Keqihu Donihugiraf on Friday, July 01, 2011 5:26am
Oh, the life of a rock star. Plenty of artists have suffered from the partying, the girls, the drugs and, of course, the drinking. Muse bassist Chris Wolstenholme got so caught up in those ways that he almost died from his dependency on alcohol.
In an interview with Q Magazine (via Music Room), Wolstenholme recalls the second he hit rock backside "I was actually losing my intellect. I had to drink to receive out of bed in the morning. It got to the point one Christmas morning where I was actually puking up blood."
Though the musician has been clean and sober since the release of Muse is smash album, 'The Resistance,' he also remembers how his judgment drove him to ridiculous conclusions.
"My rational thought at that time was, 'Oh I won't drink spirits today, i will just drink beer.' You just don't think properly. You don't really consider that you are killing yourself ... Or even if you do, you get to the point where you don't care about anything anymore."
Jugaxuqe on Friday, July 01, 2011 5:03am
<The social networking wars have dialed it up to 11 this week, with Google unleashing its highly anticipated (and highly leaked) Google+ social initiative upon the world on Tuesday - to not a poor response, to be sincere. So it is not that surprising that today Facebook countered the + hubbub with its own "we have got something awesome" unveiling deliberate for next week. You loopy kids!
The resemblance between the two social networks is uncanny - my Tweet-length opinion is that Google+ is like Facebook with a more usable, streamlined Photos and Groups interface (and that might be enough to win). Only time will tell.
Daniel Wright on Friday, July 01, 2011 4:30am
An alternate version of Beyonce is epic 'Run the World (Girls)' video has found its way online.
The newly surfaced version of the video features tons of shots and dance sequences from B not seen in the official video.
The alternate version also stars the insanely talented French dance duo Les Twins -- Laurent and Larry Bourgeois -- who danced alongside Beyonce in her Gfinalonbury headlining performance this past weekend.
Looks like B learned mulgratuityle moves and was fabulous through numerous takes for the video shoot. This is virtually a whole new video!
Anthony Lopez on Friday, July 01, 2011 3:14am
Well, well, well. It looks like everybody's favorite limited social networking and photo-sharing app has lastly come to Android. that is correct, Path announced via its blog that Path for Android will be available in the Android Market beginning today. And certain it enough, it's. Check it out. But this is by no means a finished product. Path considers Version 1.0 of its Android app to be a public beta, using it to test the waters and learn what works and does not work as it ports to a new mobile OS.
This maiden voyage for Android has fairly a few of the familiar features that Path fans have come to enjoy, but according to Path Co-founder Dave Morin, there is much more to come.
Paul Clark on Friday, July 01, 2011 2:07am
Former EA executive, KPCB sFund lead and all around inspiring person Bing Gordon led a talk today at the sFund Gamification Summit breaking down platitudes like "gamification is crucial" into key actionable takeaways on how succeed with gamification, takeaways that could be reformatted and applied to any company as a degree of success.
When asked why he went through the trouble of putting his guide to how to successfully gamify together for entrepreneurs, Bing told me, "Every startup CEO should understand gamification, because the new normal is games," referring to the fact that every one who had a Nintendo at 16 also has a brain that works in a particular way that is more receptive to game elements. "we're overdeveloping the visual cortex of our customers," he said.
Quyugekid on Friday, July 01, 2011 1:49am
Between shooting films, doing guest-spots on 'Glee' and writing a cookbook, it is no surprise the multi-tasking Gwyneth Paltrow gets a little stressed sometimes. In her latest GOOP newsletter, the Academy Award-winning actress reveals how she manages stress.
"I have never been very good at handling stress (though a bit of meditation helps), and I wanted some very practical ways of reducing it that I could use during the course of my day," Paltrow wrote.
The 38-year-old actress continued: "I got some good answers that don't require a 90 minute yoga lesson, or fmendacity to a hippie style silent retreat (i have actually done one-don't ask), just simple matters that we all have access to. Here they're!" Paltrow then shared advice from Dr. Oz Garcia, Oliver Bros and Monica Berg.
Paltrow's been a engaged lady lately--she is popped up twice on the 'Glee' tour, was named the new face of Coach and just released a new cookbook.
Elizabeth Clark on Friday, July 01, 2011 1:16am
Online advertising is growing, and much of that growth is happening in display advertising. While search ads still make up 46 percent of the complete over display's 38 percent, display grew twice as fast as search in 2010. numerous online commercees rely on advertising as a supplemental revenue stream in support of tinheritor commerce mannequin - if not the sole source - particularly from AdSense. As such, companies and startups spend a lot of time testing out different ad iterations, looks, and copy in an effort to find the most clickable ad content and the most lucrative crusades. And, interestingly, relatively tiny tweaks to wording and content in ads can have a quite dramatic effect on clickthrough rates, increasing them as much as tenfold.
Brian Taylor on Friday, July 01, 2011 1:10am
Glenn Beck said goodbye to his audience and looked back on his tumultuous tenure at Fox News on Thursday, the final episode of the 'Glenn Beck Show.' Of course, there was the requisite career retrospective full of clips from his time on the network, starting with his first show January 19, 2009. Media things had released tinheritor own spotlight reel of Beck's most outrageous statements earlier in the day, but Beck's focused on the good times.
"This is only the third time that i have actually done live TV, so buckle up 'cuz it could get very, very bumpy," he said on that first broadcast. The mostly goofy clips that followed confirmed that, as Beck struggled to find the right camera to address and sneak peeks of his backdrop fell behind him, interrupting a rant about out of control government.