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Monday, July 13, 2009

Weekend Web Wroundup: Part II

Posted By on Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 10:50 AM

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Welcome to week two of the Weekend Web Wroundup™ - our new Monday morning blog dedicated to catching you up on the weekend's most important* interweb shenanigans.



Without further ado, let's get to the wrounding.



Fifteen Year Old Morgan Stanley intern tells it like it is. And what "it is" apparently has nothing to do with iPhone apps. Steve Jobs weeps into his morning cup of diamonds.



Douchebags everywhere high five themselves as news of Calvin Klein sunglasses with a USB drive (you read that correctly) hit the fashion blogs. I wonder what that Morgan Stanley kid thinks about these?

 

Felicia Day ( Dr. Horrible, Internet Empress, Website Crasher) and crew wrapped production on Season 3 of The Guild. If you haven't yet done so,  GO NOW to the the Guild website and

catch up on seasons 1 and 2 of Day's web opus following the engaging

adventures of a group of warcraft-ish players as they attempt to

interact IRL.

Full Disclosure
:Yours truly was there as an extra. This

makes me superior to most humans. Feel free to send me jealous

love/hate mail. And money.

Now that you're all wrounded™ up

on the social webbenings (it's a word I swear) you may resume shaking

your fist at the sky and yelling, "Ryan Reynolds as the Green Lantern?!!!

WHY CAN'T WE HAVE NICE THINGS GOD?!!!"

*the word "important" is completely subjective in this case. Okay, in most cases.

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