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  • The Facebook revolution

    When I first met Mark Zuckerberg, he seemed as much a visitor to his surroundings as I was. It was earlier this summer, in Facebook's boardroom in Palo Alto, and it was clear Zuckerberg hadn't spend a lot of time there. He wondered aloud to his media aide...
  • MTVs boundary-breaking sleaze

    Britney Spears' limp-wristed jiggle of an opener at this month's widely panned MTV Video Music Awards, suggested to some that the music station might be on its last legs of cultural relevance. Some say it sold out a decade ago; others argue that as soon...
  • Restaurant critics are blowing their own covers

    Restaurant critics are blowing their own covers
    RESTAURANT criticism can be divided into two eras: BG and AG. Before Google, reviewers could pretty much move freely about their business. Some might have felt compelled to slap on a wig, and those with integrity would definitely reserve and pay under an...
  • Not another teen movie column

    Film critics and entertainment reporters have been straining to come up with ever more elaborate superlatives for "supercute" teen flick "Superbad" and its creators, "mayor of comedy" Judd Apatow and "our transplanted Canadian" Seth Rogen. The...
  • From MySpace to the White House?

    First it was YouTube. Now MySpace, the leading online social network, is getting into the candidate-quizzing game in partnership with MTV. The youth-oriented duo will host a series of talks with individual Democratic and Republican presidential wannabes,...
  • A dozen places in L.A. to feel like a star

    LOS ANGELES 1. The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows Still lording from its leafy roost in pink and green. Even if you don't stay here, you can stroll the halls, admiring the photographs of Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford (who lived up the street),...
  • Despite leaks, Harry's fans await witching hour

    It was a plot twist even J.K. Rowling did not see coming. Days before Saturday's release of the eagerly awaited "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the final installment in the British author's hugely popular series, news of the book's content...
  • Shielding journalists

    CONGRESS — AGAIN — is taking up the question of whether federal law should protect journalists from being forced to name their confidential sources. The debate over the proposed Free Flow of Information Act of 2007 starts with a recognition of...
  • She's sweet 16 and smart as a whip. Ouch.

    SHE TURNED 16 the other day, and I can hardly spit out the words. Sixteen. As in 16 candles. As in sweet (and sour) 16. As in the .416 (or so) batting average she racked up for her school softball team. As in the 16 bucks I gave her for the movies. As...
  • Media monoliths muddying markets?

    Today, Reynolds and McChesney address media consolidation. Previously, they debated the future of airwave regulation, newspaper viability, the state of contemporary news media and the value of traditional journalism. Old media matter By Robert W....
  • If you thought Sansabelt was a relief ...

    Send us your thoughts at opinionla@latimes.com. SanDisk ranks a distant number two to Apple in digital music player sales, accounting for less than 10% of the market compared to more than 70% for Apple's iPods. But its new Sansa Connect player provides a...