Plus: Finally, someone understands what "quantum of solace" means!
"We don't do contemporary poets at the Academy of American Poets," said Streep. "Because if you say one name, then somebody else has their nose out of joint. "
How does a boy with a knack for taking things apart become a young man feared and admired as one of the world's most dangerous hackers?
YouTube's biggest star (not Tay Zonday) makes a welcome return to flash video in this new Internet show, which actually doesn't look half bad.
What's he bitterest about? Orson Welles? His own mismanaged career? His successful brother?
EMI just hired Google's CIO! We can't believe it!
Real-estate prices are through the roof, so Lisa Dahl has painted her own little blue house on a very green prairie, using acrylic paint on a ripped page from a nameless real-estate magazine.
Dan Menaker's Internet talk show still faces some hurdles in its third episode. Can books on TV ever be cool?
Liz & Jess were never meant to be contemporary, never mind middle-class West Coast Gossip Girls.
Are Alex Berenson and Colin Harrison actually robots obscuring the coming robot apocalypse? The answer to this question is also yes.
"I think there’s still a very deep-rooted fear that our kids are going to turn against us like Dobermans."
A journey across Africa, and a surprise meeting in the Congo with Tintin.
Kazu Kibuishi's beloved anthology of hot new comics artists, Flight, has always carried a whiff of kiddie adventure story.
PEN American Center's galas are known to be glamorous affairs. Even so, someone invited Vulture!