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online.wsj.com — Los Angeles News that the zany, brainy television comedy "Arrested Development" is returning with new episodes after a seven-year hiatus has brought joy bordering on ecstasy to the show's fans, an uncommonly avid group. But the true fanatic is Mitchell Hurwitz, the creator of the series, which chronicles the misadventures of the rich, dysfunctional Bluth family in fast-paced episodes of intricately structured absurdity.
adotas.com — ADOTAS - Digital advertising and technology collide this week as Internet Week New York (IWNY) kicks off its 6th year exploring how new media has touched virtually every aspect of business, from food to fashion to healthcare and education. Even if you're not a techie, there are plenty of reasons to attend this year's festivities.
Shazam Revamps Its iPad App For Second Screen Action, Can Now “AutoTag” In Background While You Watch TVtechcrunch.com — Although the majority of Shazam 's over 93 million U.S. users still use the app on their smartphones to identify, tag and share the songs they're "hearing," a growing chunk of that user base - around 10 million in the U.S. last year - has used Shazam to identify TV programs and ads.
techcrunch.com — Becoming an investor is easier than it's ever been, and yet the vast majority of people today aren't making individual investments. To help get more people investing, Loyal3 has built a platform enabling consumers to invest in companies without paying transaction or management fees.
bits.blogs.nytimes.com — Among the thousands of file formats that exist in modern computing, the GIF, or Graphics Interchange Format, has attained celebrity status in a sea of lesser-known BMPs, RIPs, FIGs and MIFFs. It was honored as a "word of the year" in 2012, and Tuesday night, its inventor, Steve Wilhite, will be accepting a lifetime achievement award at The Webby Awards.
thenextweb.com — Earlier Today, Twitter announced its Lead Generation product, making it easy for anyone to post offers to Twitter and have people claim them without having to leave Twitter.com. Shortly after, a job ad posted to Twitter, with the ability to apply for the position without leaving Twitter.com was brought to our attention.
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