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Join Us Tomorrow For a Twitter Book Club With Novelist Jami Attenberg

Join Us Tomorrow For a Twitter Book Club With Novelist Jami Attenberg
By December 11, 2012

We’ll be chatting with the 2010 Big Jewcy at 1:30 p.m. about her latest novel, ‘The Middlesteins’ Read More

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Culture Kvetch: Retweet This War

Culture Kvetch: Retweet This War
By November 21, 2012

How social media and cellphone cameras have brought us to the limit of spectatorship Read More

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Daily Jewce: Twitter Blocks Neo-Nazis, ‘Homeland’ Gets Some Laughs

Daily Jewce: Twitter Blocks Neo-Nazis, ‘Homeland’ Gets Some Laughs
By October 18, 2012

In the news today: Obama’s Sarah Silverman problem, Dustin Hoffman gets choked up, Lena Dunham’s got company, and more Read More

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Like Jews and Books? You’ll Love Our New Twitter Book Club Partnership

Like Jews and Books? You’ll Love Our New Twitter Book Club Partnership
By October 12, 2012

We’re excited to announce our new partnership with the Jewish Book Council Read More

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Daily Jewce: Drake vs. Illuminati, James Deen on Working with Linsday Lohan

Daily Jewce: Drake vs. Illuminati, James Deen on Working with Linsday Lohan
By August 21, 2012

In the news today: Judd Apatow’s daughter’s Twitter drama, SJP on ‘Glee,’ Finland’s annual cellphone-throwing contest, and more Read More

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Judd Apatow Movie-Based-on-a-Tweet We’d Like to See: ‘Sephardic Judd’

Judd Apatow Movie-Based-on-a-Tweet We’d Like to See: ‘Sephardic Judd’
By August 13, 2012

‘Knocked Up’ and ‘Superbad’ director inadvertently coins name for a great-sounding movie on Twitter Read More

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Does Matisyahu Look Like Old, Fat Justin Bieber?

Does Matisyahu Look Like Old, Fat Justin Bieber?
By July 25, 2012

That’s what someone on Twitter thinks. Watch Matisyahu react to the news. Read More

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Culture Kvetch: On Twitter, Grief is Just Another Meme

Culture Kvetch: On Twitter, Grief is Just Another Meme
By May 9, 2012

When a celebrity dies, Internet users are prompted to author instantaneous mini-memoirs online—but this digital shiva creates a frustrating cycle of one-dimensional, 140-character mourning Read More

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