Monday, October 6, 2014

Morning Coffee (10/6/14)

Me elsewhere: Weekly TV news roundup; new show evaluations Bad Judge and Gracepoint; reviews of last week's Haven and Bones.

Intel buckles to anti-feminist campaign by pulling ads from gaming site

Important: The American College of Pediatricians is not the equivalent of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

‘Stalker’ creator says the show is meant to raise awareness. It’s really, really not. Also: here's the Stalking Resource Center's open letter about the show.

An amazing read: On Poisoned Apples, the “Great YA Debate,” and the Death of the Patriarchy

Lawsuit accuses Nicholas Sparks of racism, antisemitism and homophobia

“You are not Walt Whitman,” he said. “The 21st century is different in so many ways from the 19th that the comparison is meaningless. No one is forbidding you from self-publishing, but neither is anyone required to pay attention.”

Everyone is excited about this adult Book It! Alumni program but I'm enraged because you just sign up and get pizza. You don't even have to read any books.

Unhappy Mothers in Western Art History

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