I don’t mean to go on and on about LOGO. Well, I suppose I do mean to do it. It’s not as if all this blogging is accidental. It’s just that when I am excited about something new, I can be a trifle obnoxious. I know this about myself. I understand that there is no […]
Best. Network. Ever.
Tonight Barbara Walters is presenting her 10 Most Fascinating People of 2006. She already announced the list, minus number one, on The View and I was underwhelmed. Therefore, I’ve decided to devise my own list, called the 10 Most Fascinating People of Katie’s 2006. Don’t worry. Sachen isn’t on the list. He was fascinating last […]
I just found out that Sarah Paulson is a lesbian. Sarah Warn, of AfterEllen.com, just told me. She said it casually, as if I already knew. I think I faked it pretty well. Then, when it cut to commercial, I exclaimed, “I knew there was something about her!” I don’t know when Sarah Paulson first […]
I am watching a movie on LOGO called Making Love. Yes, this is in lieu of working on my portfolio, which was getting tedious. I was initially attracted to the movie because the Comcast guide description of it told me that it is about a married doctor who becomes involved in a homosexual affair. What […]
Because women’s studies made me hyper-aware of the choices advertisers make, I’ve been paying close attention to who advertises on LOGO. There has been a significant amount of commercials designed to raise awareness about the upcoming election. One such adâ€”brought to me by ONE, an international organization that combats global povertyâ€”featured a line of people […]