Links we love today: Mid-season acquisitions, suing celebs, Dr. Mew and more
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Meet HUMORdy, a new YouTube channel featuring videos from comedians, actors and filmmakers in Austin.
Elissa Bassist on the many ways improv can improve your writing.
Ben Stiller and Jonathan Safran Foer developing “Jewish family comedy” All Talk for HBO; Vulture breaks down the 10 new pilots ordered by NBC; Rob Riggle, Brian Posehn and Kumail Nanjiani join stop motion feature; Julian Assange getting his own TV show?
What do Kathleen Hanna and the Insane Clown Posse have in common?
Oldest dinosaur nest site found!
U.S. workers spend more than $1,000 a year on coffee and another $2,000 on lunch, with men and young workers more willing to indulge in a $5 coffee than women or older colleagues, according to a survey of Americans' workplace spending habits.
...how does your food spending stack up? Mother Jones' calculator tells you if your expenses are normal or excessive.
Why not send someone a Hammogram?
New episode of The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show, featuring DC Pierson talking about his sci-fi novel, The Boy Who Never Slept and Never Had To.
I have a crazy girl crush on Katy Goodman, frontwoman for La Sera; check out the new video for “Please Be My Third Eye”: