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Kids These Days | First Thing | Good Try

AllFacebook: MTV will announce the VMA nominees via Instagram videos and Vines, allowing old people to feel even older.

AppNewser: If you need an iPhone case made out of concrete, you probably shouldn’t own an iPhone.

TVNewser: Matt Lauer and Steve Doocy are funny in a “Aw, you tried to be funny” way.

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Bey Backlash | What’s The Use | Words Escaped Him

PRNewser: Beyonce’s PR team wants “unflattering photos” of the singer deleted from the web. 1) There is no such things as unflattering photos of Beyonce and 2) Let the Bey Backlash begin.

AllTwitter: A study says 98 percent of job recruiters use social media, so it might be a good time to stop drunk tweeting Aimee Mann song lyrics.

TVNewser: Fox News’ Steve Doocy said something stupid this morning. Yes, again.

Has Gawker Spooked Fox News?

Fox News has declared Gawker “dead or dying,”reporting that the site’s traffic is down 75%, though that doesn’t appear to be even close to the truth. The erroneous numbers were first mentioned on the Fox News website yesterday, then repeated by Steve Doocy on Fox and Friends this morning. There are so many legitimately negative things to say about Gawker, why make one up?

John Cook is pretty sure it’s his fault:

I have for several weeks been working on a story about a Fox News personality that Fox News really does not want published! Fox knows what the story is, because I’ve asked its PR department for comment (they refused).

Gawker will publish the story next week, and we will be personally contributing to their web traffic.

Matt Cooper Joins The Atlantic|Fox News’ Father-Son Team|Jazz Times In Trouble|Glenn O’Brien Leaves Interview|Bonnier’s Rapid Growth Surprising In Tough Times

FishbowlDC: Former Portfolio staffer Matt Cooper recently got a new gig at The Atlantic but is maintaining his title as editor-at-large for TalkingPointsMemo.com.

TVNewser: Peter Doocy, a recent grad and son of Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy, is joining Fox News.

Folio: Jazz Times has ceased publication but may not be completely dead yet. According to a note on the magazine’s Web site, it “will undergo reorganization and restructuring in order to remain competitive in the current media climate.”

Daily Intel: Brant Publications‘ editorial director Glenn O’Brien has left the company. He was placed in charge of Interview, as well as Brant’s other titles, last year.

Financial Times: Thanks to three recent acquisitions, Bonnier Group has become one of the top ten largest magazine owners in the U.S., only three years after entering the market.

Cindy McCain Knows Her Geography

We keep reading in the press that republican VP nominee Sarah Palin is like Dan Quayle. Dan Quayle is one of our favorite political figures of all time. Mainly because he made more gaffes than Joe Biden on a bender.

Cindy McCain, during an interview with George Stephanopoulos that aired yesterday was asked about Palin’s national security experience (or lack there of). She said,”Alaska is the closest part of our continent to Russia, so it’s as if she doesn’t know what’s at stake here.”

This, of course was echoing Fox News’ Steve Doocy saying that Palin (who didn’t get her passport until 2007) does have international experience because Alaska is right next to Russia.

Which does remind us of ol’ Dan Quayle saying,”I love California, I practically grew up in Phoenix.

Yay! We have another 9 weeks of this stuff!