GalleyCat: THR has named J.K. Rowling the “most powerful author.” It’s true. We’ve seen her benchpress a car. Fairly powerful.
SocialTimes: If you need one more reason not to visit family tomorrow, a study found most elderly people would like phones banned during Thanksgiving.
TVNewser: Geraldo Rivera wants people to stop being rude on Facebook, so he’s “turning your posts over to Fox News and Facebook authorities.” Facebook cops! Geraldo is so cute.
GalleyCat: Scary in a good way — John August will write the script for the film adaptation of Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark.
Lost Remote: Of course people are overreacting to Odell Beckham’s catch in last night’s Giants vs Cowboys game.
AllTwitter: YouTube is more popular than you think. Our theory? Cat videos.
AllTwitter: You can now share tweets via direct messaging. We suggest using this function when followers ignore your especially hilarious tweets. A subtle reminder!
PRNewser: MSNBC has hired a former White House staffer as its VP of communications. How very liberal of them.
GalleyCat: The Empire of Ellen continues to expand with a new book deal. You cannot escape Ellen. You will love Ellen.
FishbowlDC: The Washington Post has a brand new Kindle app. See? We told you the paper would be fine.
AgencySpy: We would love to have a portable gong like the one in this new ad for Steak n Shake. Every time someone said something we didn’t like — bam! Silence!
TVNewser: Instead of broadcasting President Obama’s speech on immigration tonight, ABC will air Grey’s Anatomy. America!
FishbowlDC: SNL’s Cecily Strong will host next year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner. We have to admit, that’s a great choice.
GalleyCat: A reminder that the National Book Awards are tonight. Crossing our fingers for 50 Shades of Grey!