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  1. Sony TV Exec Says Community Movie Will Happen and Talks What Comes After #Sixseasonsandamovie

    It's all happening!

    Community has taken us on a roller coaster of emotions ever since it was canceled by NBC, but now that Yahoo Screen (which I'm unfamiliar with, but I have to guess is some kind of supreme being sent to guide us to salvation) has saved the show, things are all falling into place. And, according to Zack Van Amburg, Sony Pictures Television president of programming and production, that #andamovie business is totally happening!

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  2. [UPDATED] Community To Return For Another Season. Yes, For Real This Time.

    #andamovie now, right?

    Variety is reporting that Community will be returning for 13 new episodes available only on Yahoo Screen and executive produced by Dan Harmon.

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  3. The NSA Helped British Spies Observe Yahoo Users For Years

    Mostly to figure out why they still used Yahoo?

    Here's news to make you recoil from your computer in disgust: we're not done with horrifying NSA revelations. The Guardian broke the news today that the NSA helped its British equivalent GCHQ spy on Yahoo users from 2008 to 2010 as part of operation "Optic Nerve," and now spies know what a lot of us look like naked. M would be outraged.

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  4. Tumblr Web Traffic Reportedly Just Hit a Real Steep Decline

    We told you removing porn from searches was a bad idea.

    More bad news from the blogging platform that everybody loves to hate to love: according to measurements taken by Quantcast, traffic to Tumblr's desktop and mobile websites appear to be going downhill fast this year. Seriously, it's like 2011 low. Remember what Tumblr was like in 2011? Exactly.

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  5. Learn How to Make Agent Coulson Coleslaw With Agent Coulson Himself [Video]

    Coulson lives! And he's delicious!

    Clark Gregg is possibly the most adorable member of the Avengers cast -- and that's saying a lot considering how attractive all the people in that movie are. Don't believe us? Check out how funny he is in this episode of Cinema & Spice, a cutesy Yahoo Shine-sponsored show that focuses on healthy movie-inspired recipes. Hosts Julianna and Natasha teach him how to make mayonnaise-free coleslaw to put in their own shawarma sandwiches, and he makes a lot of Marvel-related puns and dorky faces while simultaneously promoting his new show, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. In other news, I want to be his best friend.

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  6. A Brief History of Tumblr Layout Changes and Why I’ve Hated All of Them

    But let's be real, I'm never actually going to leave.

    Tumblr and I have been through a lot together. I first got mine about four years ago, back when Tumblarity was still a thing and people actually respected David Karp as a person, and I’ve hated it and loved it in equal amounts ever since. At this point I’ve started to experience something not unlike highway amnesia when it comes to the now ubiquitous blogging platform — I’ll open Google Chrome while trying to show my roommate a Youtube video on, you know, Youtube, and all of a sudden I’ll find myself three pages deep into my dashboard with no idea what just happened. But the more time I spend on the website, the more I tell myself that I really need to give it up and find some new social media hangout, because the sheer amount of changes they’ve made to the site and the way that they’ve handled every single one send me into a mini rage spiral every time I think about them. I can feel my teeth grinding right now, guys.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Thor: The Dark World Gets An Official Website, More Promo Pics

    Things We Saw Today

    I see you there, Sif. Here's the official website, which just went live; for more new pics head to SuperHeroHype.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Back to the TARDIS

    Things We Saw Today

    By Sara Wheeler, via Geeks Are Sexy.

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  9. In Case You Haven’t Heard, Tumblr Has Been Bought by Yahoo!

    the internet is serious business

    I say "in case," because there were rumors of this last week, and Yahoo announced that they'd be announcing the purchase of Tumblr yesterday, and even when I turned on the radio this morning, it to hear legitimate news outlets attempting to talk about the ball of bizarre that is the Tumblr blogging platform. I also say "in case," because Tumblrers have been understandably flipping their wigs about it, so I should say up front, "in case," that the above image isn't an officially changed logo, it's just something that the internet whipped up in the past few days. Other things the internet has whipped up in the past few days? The idea that Yahoo is going to eradicate fandom blogs from Tumblr. Yeah. That's not a real thing, gullible underbelly of Tumblr. Lets talk about real things.

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  10. Yahoo CEO Vows Not to Screw Up Tumblr Before Detailing Exactly How Yahoo Will Screw Up Tumblr

    Marissa Mayer promised "not to screw up" Tumblr after the Yahoo buy, but with her plan to increase ads on the site, we're not sure we can believe her.

    The news broke yesterday that Yahoo will pay $1.1 billion for the Internet's foremost source for cat GIFs and teenage poetry, Tumblr. Not everyone is taking the news well, but Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has stated that she promises "not to screw it up." Then she outlined a plan to feature more ads on Tumblr. That sounds a lot like screwing up Tumblr.

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