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The secret of #TheDress: Mobile viewing

clickondetroit.com — NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - What matters most about #TheDress isn't the color scheme. It's the popularity of the story. BuzzFeed's now-famous Thursday story -- simply titled "What Colors Are The Dress?" -- now looks like it'll become the sprawling web site's most-viewed post ever. "We've had other huge hits," BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith said.

'Question everything,' says the creator of Netflix's 'House of Cards'

ksat.com — NEW YORK - Netflix's "House of Cards" is back for a third season, and the binges are underway. If you're avoiding spoilers, rest assured -- there are none here. As the show's creator Beau Willimon says, a twist you don't see coming is "a magical thing."

The secret of #TheDress: Mobile viewing

wtae.com — What matters most about #TheDress isn't the color scheme. It's the popularity of the story. BuzzFeed's now-famous Thursday story -- simply titled "What Colors Are The Dress?" -- now looks like it'll become the sprawling web site's most-viewed post ever. "We've had other huge hits," BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith said.

The secret of #TheDress: Mobile viewing

kcra.com — What matters most about #TheDress isn't the color scheme. It's the popularity of the story. BuzzFeed's now-famous Thursday story -- simply titled "What Colors Are The Dress?" -- now looks like it'll become the sprawling web site's most-viewed post ever. "We've had other huge hits," BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith said.

The secret of #TheDress: Mobile viewing

kmbc.com — What matters most about #TheDress isn't the color scheme. It's the popularity of the story. BuzzFeed's now-famous Thursday story -- simply titled "What Colors Are The Dress?" -- now looks like it'll become the sprawling web site's most-viewed post ever. "We've had other huge hits," BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith said.

The secret of #TheDress: Mobile viewing

wdsu.com — What matters most about #TheDress isn't the color scheme. It's the popularity of the story. BuzzFeed's now-famous Thursday story -- simply titled "What Colors Are The Dress?" -- now looks like it'll become the sprawling web site's most-viewed post ever. "We've had other huge hits," BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith said.

The secret of #TheDress: Mobile viewing

money.cnn.com — BuzzFeed's now-famous Thursday story -- simply titled "What Colors Are The Dress?" -- now looks like it'll become the sprawling web site's most-viewed post ever. "We've had other huge hits," BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith said. But this one "went bigger faster."

'Question everything,' says the creator of Netflix's 'House of Cards'

wtae.com — Netflix's "House of Cards" is back for a third season, and the binges are underway. If you're avoiding spoilers, rest assured -- there are none here. As the show's creator Beau Willimon says, a twist you don't see coming is "a magical thing."

'Question everything,' says the creator of Netflix's 'House of Cards'

click2houston.com — NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Netflix's "House of Cards" is back for a third season, and the binges are underway. If you're avoiding spoilers, rest assured -- there are none here. As the show's creator Beau Willimon says, a twist you don't see coming is "a magical thing."

'Question everything,' says the creator of Netflix's 'House of Cards'

local10.com — NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Netflix's "House of Cards" is back for a third season, and the binges are underway. If you're avoiding spoilers, rest assured -- there are none here. As the show's creator Beau Willimon says, a twist you don't see coming is "a magical thing."
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Is John Catsimatidis pursuing @NYDailyNews? He comments, then says he can't comment due to confidentiality agreement. nyti.ms/1F2HKZH

Mar 02, 2015

RT @CNNReliable: "A lot of people were surprised by this overwhelming public opinion for preserving #NetNeutrality" --@AlFranken here: cnn.it/1F2FKRg

Mar 02, 2015

Writers of @HouseOfCards draw inspiration from Colbert's infamous WHCA speech (youtu.be/U7FTF4Oz4dI) -- here's why: bit.ly/18hm7K1

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