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What Will Happen When Seinfeld Meets Social? - Posted January 31, 2014
The entertainment and social media industry are buzzing about a potential Seinfeld reunion. ... [Inside 3D Printing News]

When a McSweeney's Writer Meets Tired Rom-Com Cliches - Posted August 22, 2013
This is the funniest send-up of Hollywood rom-com love scenes we've read in a long time. "I Want to Make Love to You Like In the Movies" is the latest offering on McSweeney's from regular cont... [Fishbowl NY]

When a McSweeney's Writer Meets Tired Rom-Com Cliches - Posted August 22, 2013
This is the funniest send-up of Hollywood rom-com love scenes we've read in a long time. "I Want to Make Love to You Like In the Movies" is the latest offering on McSweeney's from regular cont... [FishbowlNY]

Twitter Spoof Lands Writer Great Job - Posted August 2, 2013
The next time someone tells you you're wasting your time composing witty tweets, direct them to this post. Though there was a bit more to it than meets the eye, no doubt, this writer landed a fantastic gig writing for FOX's Us & Them and he has a spoof Twitter account to... [AllFacebook]

Twitter Spoof Lands Writer Great Job - Posted August 2, 2013
The next time someone tells you you're wasting your time composing witty tweets, direct them to this post. Though there was a bit more to it than meets the eye, no doubt, this writer landed a fantastic gig writing for FOX's Us & Them and he has a spoof Twitter account to... [SocialTimes.com]

Media Wastes Little Time Catching Up to @SeinfeldToday - Posted December 10, 2012
This may be a new record. Sunday afternoon, the Twitter account @SeinfeldToday was playfully launched to showcase the strands of nothingness that might preoccupy Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer if their Thursday night NBC show was still on the air. ... [FishbowlLA]

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