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|Lindsay Wants Restraining Order Against Paparazzi
Lindsay Lohan believes she’s being denied driving privileges because the paparazzi are constantly on her tail … so she’s asking her lawyer to get a restraining order prohibiting them from chasing her.As we first reported, the L.A. County Probation Department — along with the DMV — have given Lindsay the green light to drive again.
|Lindsay Lohan Seeks Protection Against the Paparazzi – Softpedia
Lindsay Lohan Seeks Protection Against the Paparazzi
Celebrity gossip supersite, TMZ, had thoughts to bring that madness to DC. Luckily for us in the DC area, that never really came to fruition successfully. I cannot fathom the mess it would create in traffic, both for pedestrians and commuters. I also couldn’t fathom our celebrities being important enough. I mean who really cares about what burger Obama ate today?
|From The Hills To The Hill: TMZ Turns Its Focus To D.C.
TMZ will soon be giving Lindsey Graham the Lindsay Lohan treatment, as the company sics its “reporters” and camera crews on politicians. Because if there’s one thing Washington needs, it’s more frivolous reporting. Though TMZ dropped its plans to open a Washington office in 2007, it has…
The paparazzi even were the probable cause of Princess Diana’s death. They were chasing her down to catch her with her new beau, which led to the high-speed crash where she perished.
The Today Show is a staple on televisions nationwide and is viewed by millions around the country every morning. The program is mixture of hard news stories, feature interviews and lifestyle segments. For ten years, the Today Show’s lead anchor has compiled a segment for the show that sends him around the world. Where in the World is Matt Lauer? is a segment in which Lauer travels to a new mystery place each day. In the past, just the other anchors guess his location.
Here is a picture from the segment in 2001.
This year, the Today Show is planning on using social media as a tool for viewers to become more involved in the long-running segment. They will receive exclusive clues and will be able to guess his location.
Lauer made news this morning when he announced that the tenth anniversary edition of his popular segment will begin on November 7th. He scared his audience when he played on the fact that the Today Show has seen a revolving door of co-hosts.
|allDAY – Matt pranks our Twitter, Facebook fans with big announcement
Matt pulled a fast one on TODAY this morning during his announcement that his popular Where in the World series is coming back in November, and your reactions to the prank on Twitter and Facebook were hilarious. After teasing a big announcement for days, Matt revealed he wa …
While this segment is not a hard news story and isn’t so hard-hitting, it makes Lauer a media star. The popularity and longevity of the segment coupled with his ability to conduct interviews makes him dynamic.Below is a sample of just one day of Where in the World is Matt Lauer.
With tablet devices such as the Kindle Fire and the iPad, the magazine and newspaper industry may gain some new legs to stand on.
Android devices, however, for the time being are left out in the cold. Alternatives to the Apple-only app don’t quite exist yet, but five major publishers are preparing to launch their own app marketplace for Android phones and tablets in the near future.
It’s very new, so it’s hard to judge Newsstand completely. Give me a couple months and I will revisit this to see where Apple and the publishing industry has taken this app. So far, the masses seem unimpressed.
With BlackBerry systems being down across the globe, users are left newsless. People who use their device daily are finding it difficult to adjust to life without their BlackBerrys.With the absence of their lifeline, people had to find other ways of communicating with people. They also had to (heaven forbid) use an actual computer for things like Facebook, Twitter and sending e-mails.
|BlackBerry Problems Reported: Services Down In Europe, Middle East, Africa
LONDON — The maker of BlackBerry said Monday that email services have been restored on many of its smartphones, after an unexplained glitch cut off Internet and messaging services for large numbers of users across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. However, Research in Motion Ltd.
A D.C. area Starbucks’ customer got more than he bargained for when he took his little girl to use the bathroom.
|Family Sues Over Hidden Bathroom Camera Taking Pictures Of 5-Year-Old Girl In DC Starbucks | wusa9.com
WASHINGTON (WUSA) — A five year old girl is now terrified to use the restroom after discovering a hidden camera taking her picture on the toilet in a DC Starbucks. Her parents are furious, suing Starbucks, in part because they say this kind of thing happens at Starbucks all too often.
|‘I Was Fuming’: Man Describes Finding Hidden Camera In Starbucks Restroom
August 12, 2011|By ALAINE GRIFFIN, email@example.com, The Hartford Courant WEST HARTFORD – – Rafael Zeligzon acknowledges that it’s unusual for someone to look underneath a public restroom sink. But Zeligzon, 57, known to his customers as “The Drain Medic,” does it for a living, spending his days unclogging sewers and drains throughout Greater Hartford.
|Cops: Man Hid Camera In Starbucks Bathroom, Filmed 45 Women And Children
A California man placed a hidden camera inside a Starbucks bathroom and filmed dozens of unsuspecting women and children, according to police. The camera was disguised as a coat hook and affixed to a wall adjacent to a toilet for two days last month.
Twitter was alive with Starbucks’ related tweets.