Piping Hot Blogroll
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The Accidental Futurist -- where I blog about trying not to be swamped by the wave of the future
Zap2it.com -- best TV-news and listings site, natch...
Big Hollywood -- a look at the entertainment industry from an alternate perspective (or at least what is considered one in the entertainment industry).
J.R. Orci Moblog -- the "Fringe" writer/producer posts some very lovely photographs.
The New Adventures of Mr. Stephen Fry -- The erudite actor and prolific Twitterer, who has a recurring role on Fox's "Bones," offers thoughtful commentary on the world in general and technology in particular.
Tim Goodman. The Bastard Machine -- The San Francisco Chronicle's TV critic endlessly entertains.
Eat Sleep Publish -- excellent blog about the future of publishing.
Digital Media Wire -- pretty self-explanatory.
Wired Blogs -- Blog offshoots of the excellent magazine about the intersection of culture and technology.
GretaWire -- The host of Fox News' "On the Record With Greta Van Susteren" is a tireless blogger and Twitterer, taking on the news and current events, Skype-chatting with users and sharing pet photos. When does she sleep?
Peterman's Eye -- After playing J. Peterman on "Seinfeld" -- in the days before he became a cause celebre on "Dancing With the Stars" -- actor and musician John O'Hurley became an investor in the actual J. Peterman company. This is the company's blog, a literate look at subjects of all sorts.
Televisionary -- How does he get to read all those pilot sripts? Hmmm...
eGuiders -- Here's my page as a guest "eGuider," one of a group of industry pros that recommend online videos. If you have to, you can go to the homepage or look at other peoples' picks. If you have to, I mean, if you're that interested in what people like "Lost" producer Damon Lindelof like...
TechCrunch -- All things tech, and kind of crunchy, too.
SlashDot -- As it says, "News for Nerds. Stuff That Matters.' 'Nuff said.
About.com's Coffee and Tea Quotes
The Samuel Johnson Soundbite Page -- one of my literary heroes
TVTattle -- indispensable digest site chock-full of TV linky goodness
Bryce Zabel's For What It's Worth -- and not just because this talented Hollywood writer/producer and old pal occasionally includes Hot Cuppa TV posts
Monsters and Critics: Smallscreen : Excellent source for all things television, edited by (and mostly written by) the fabulous April MacIntyre (in the interests of full disclosure, we have had coffee AND tea together)