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Thursday, Jun 3, 2010

Internet Week to Be Bigger and Better This Year

Internet Week to Be Bigger and Better This Year

For $10 participants will be able to peruse the exhibits at the Chelsea Metropolitan Pavilion.

Friday, Jun 4, 2010

David Michel-Davies On Internet Week New York

David Michel-Davies On Internet Week New York

Chairman of Internet Week New York, David-Michel Davies speaks about the NBC4 New York co-sponsored festival.

Tuesday, Jun 8, 2010

The Boys Behind How Stuff Works Do Internet Week

The Boys Behind How Stuff Works Do Internet Week

While hanging out at The Onion's Internet Week kickoff party last night, Niteside bumped into Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant, the duo behind the Stuff You Should Know podcasts, who told us how nightlife works.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Q+A: Andrew Rasiej, Personal Democracy Media

Q+A: Andrew Rasiej, Personal Democracy Media

Andrew Rasiej, founder of the Personal Democracy Media, answers our 7 Important Internet Week questions.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Q+A: Sady Doyle, Tiger Beatdown

Q+A: Sady Doyle, Tiger Beatdown

Writer Sady Doyle answered our 7 Important Internet Week questions and will be speaking at The Rise of the Anti-Lady Mag panel on Monday, May 14.

Thursday, Jun 17, 2010
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By Brooke Niemeyer

1000 Awesome Things Blog Author Neil Pasricha Mulls TV Gig

1000 Awesome Things Blog Author Neil Pasricha Mulls TV Gig

Blogger Neil Pasricha, the mind behind the positive-thinking site 1,000 Awesome Things, said his blog has already inspired book and now he's in the process of creating a TV show.

Tuesday, Jun 15, 2010
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By Brooke Niemeyer

PS-22 Chorus Named Webby Artist of the Year

PS-22 Chorus Named Webby Artist of the Year

The school chorus from PS-22 in Staten Island -- a group that boasts millions of YouTube page views -- was honored as Artist of the Year last night at the annual Webby Awards.

Wednesday, Jun 16, 2010
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By Charles Thorp

NiteTalk: Pete Wentz Says He Wants to Be a Twitter "Billionaire"

NiteTalk: Pete Wentz Says He Wants to Be a Twitter "Billionaire"

Niteside grabbed a quick moment with the young entrepreneur during his time in New York for Internet Week to talk about his favorite website, his son on Twitter and his Buck Hunter skills.

Tuesday, Jun 15, 2010
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By Brooke Niemeyer

"The Office" Star B.J. Novak: Working With Steve Carell Is the "Greatest Privilege"

"The Office" Star B.J. Novak: Working With Steve Carell Is the "Greatest Privilege"

"The Office" star B.J. Novak, who hosted the annual Webby Awards in Lower Manhattan last night, said working with sitcom co-star Steve Carell is the highest honor in the business.

Tuesday, Jun 15, 2010
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By Brooke Niemeyer

Inside the Exclusive Webby Awards Gala After Party With Ne-Yo

Guests made their way to the exclusive Webby Award show after party at the Hiro...View gallery

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46 Dogs Rescued from Korean Meat Farm Arrive at JFK
46 Dogs Rescued from Korean Meat Farm Arrive at JFK

Dozens of dogs that were destined for the dinner table now have a second chance at life -- and could soon be begging for your table scraps.

White Supremacist in NYC Killing Says 'Sorry': Report
White Supremacist in NYC Killing Says 'Sorry': Report

The white supremacist accused of fatally stabbing a black man with a sword in New York City said he would have rather killed a younger — or older and more "successful" black victim. "I'm sorry I killed that man," James Harris Jackson told the New York Daily News at the Rikers Island jail on Sunday. "It was pitch black, I picked a dark place. I didn't know he was elderly." Jackson, 28, told the newspaper he would have killed "a young thug" or "a successful older black man with blondes ... people you see in Midtown." Police say he confessed to randomly picking out victim Timothy Caughman on the street and stabbing him to death with a 2-foot sword. Caughman had lived in a former motel in Manhattan for 18 years, sharing the building with tenants who were part of a temporary housing program, according to NBC New York. Jackson has been charged with murder as a hate-crime.

Baby Giraffe Quiets in April's Belly: Calm Before the Storm?
Baby Giraffe Quiets in April's Belly: Calm Before the Storm?

As April the giraffe's belly grows ever larger, her highly anticipated calf has gotten quiet, leading zookeepers to wonder if this is the calm before the storm. The giraffe calf caused a stir Friday when it launched a "judo chop marathon" inside its mother's belly but it calmed down significantly on Saturday. April's keeper noted Sunday morning that she's showing "notable bulges" on the left side of her belly, the zoo reported on its Facebook page. Watch the live stream below. [[414784803, C]] April has been taking it slow Sunday, alternating between waddling around her pen and standing still, staring into Oliver's pen. The snow has cleared so April and her beau Oliver may go outside soon, the zoo said. The zoo said that April's belly growth has been mind-blowing. She has to fit a 6-foot, 150-pound calf somewhere, it said. Eventually, it has to come out, right? [[26343834, C]] When April goes into labor, t

Police Stop Man from Raping Girl a 3rd Time: Officials
Police Stop Man from Raping Girl a 3rd Time: Officials

A New York City man is in custody after Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, police thwarted his plan to meet and rape an 11-year-old girl for the third time in Lehigh Valley, according to investigators. Sandro Zhinin was arrested in Hanover Township Saturday. Police say they received a tip that the 33-year-old was traveling to Pennsylvania Saturday to meet the child before taking her to a hotel. Investigators then set up surveillance at the playground and Zhinin was taken into custody once he arrived, police said. According to police, Zhinin had executed this plan twice before.

Trump's Border-Wall Proposal Faces Many Obstacles
Trump's Border-Wall Proposal Faces Many Obstacles

President Donald Trump has now laid out exactly what he wants in the "big, beautiful wall" that he's promised to build on the U.S.-Mexico border. But his effort to build a huge hurdle to those entering the U.S. illegally faces impediments of its own. It's still not clear how Trump will pay for the wall that, as described in contracting notices, would be 30 feet (9 meters) high and easy on the eye for those looking at it from the north. The Trump administration will also have to contend with unfavorable geography and many legal battles.

Man Held 6-Year-Old Child Hostage in New Jersey: Police
Man Held 6-Year-Old Child Hostage in New Jersey: Police

A man held a 6-year-old child hostage in an apartment in Elizabeth for more than five hours on Sunday, officials said.