This is deeply upsetting. The Internet, and pop culture in general, are losing a wonderful brand and distinct editorial voice. It’s going to be sorely missed.
After this week, BWE.tv will no longer be updated, and VH1′s digital pop culture coverage will be rolled into VH1 Celebrity, VH1 Music, and the VH1 Blog. We’ll be spending this week doing a series of BWE wrap-up lists and blasting “I Will Remember You” and “End Of The Road” simultaneously on a loop, and Friday, June 15th be our last day of new content.
If you’re wondering why this is happening, long story short, the show Best Week Ever went off the air more than three years ago. We attempted to re-pitch BWE.tv to VH1 as a type of Wives, but it didn’t take, so I’m afraid this is officially goodbye.
This is the actual website for the upcoming revival of Jesus Christ Superstar on Broadway.
JK Rowling unveils mysterious Harry Potter website ‘Pottermore’ | Digital Spy
The Potter author launched Pottermore.com - currently featuring just a logo, the message “Coming soon” and Rowling’s signature - on Wednesday, following a frenzied “Secret Street View” challenge.
Ten Potter websites were given co-ordinates which each pertained to a different letter in the Pottermore name, all of which were pieced together to reveal the website’s address.
While no further details have been revealed about the project, a source at hpana.com, who has apparently seen the site, described it as “breathtaking in scope, detail and sheer beauty”.
A Pottermore Twitter account has also been set up at twitter.com/pottermore. The name is said to have been the last patent recorded by Rowling, who registered the word internationally in July 2009.
Perhaps this is the rumored Potter encyclopedia she was supposedly writing?
Despite a broad comedy label, Adam McKay has made his interest in politics well known. Now he’s launching a site dedicated to a new rise in protest songs: Public Domain Protest Song.
This site is for protest music that is free all to download, cover, mix, mash up and most of all, play loudly. We don’t need to say “Power to the People!” cause we already got it. We just need to wake up and use it.