Friday, September 30, 2011

Twitter Feedback: ABC Pam Am

Hi My Zombie Readers,

Sunday Recap episode:

Dean pilots the Clipper Majestic's first New York to London flight; Maggie picks up a flight when the scheduled stewardess doesn't show; Kate takes a U.S. intelligence assignment.

Here is twitter feedback on PanAm.

 Meredith Goldberg 

I wonder if ppl will start putting on their Sunday best to fly that PamAm nostalgia!

 Taryn O'Neill 

Caught up on PamAm - fluffy and fun-like most new TV this fall. It's all escapist entertainment. 


On the topic of television shows about traveling. Did anyone see  last night? What did you think of it?

 Sarah Kennedy Ellis 

Already loving , aka Mad Men for the irreverent female.

 Tony Mercer-Bey 

This  is doing too much & none of it is keeping my attention...


Peepin this  show

 Steffi Acain 

Gave  a try & am left feeling underwhelemed. The idea of a time period "Mad Men" esque show was nice but....looks better in the promos

 Valerie Haines 

Ok. So the new  is awesome. So scandalous. Looks like a hit to me


Watching kissing scene on  and 10 year old says - they're like Dementors!

 Roderick Phifer 

Obsessed with :)

 Karla Bates 

 Can't wait for your next show!!!! 

 Chelsea Kelly 

 makes me wish it was still the 60s and i could be a hot stewardess. 


"They're a new breed of woman. They just had the impulse to...take flight." While MAC THE KNIFE plays in the background. 

 Danny Vanderbyl 


Wednesday, September 28, 2011

The X Factor (Season 1): Chicago & Seattle (Part 2) Auditions

Welcome to The X Factor Zone Part 3!!!. The third stop on the X Factor Audition Tour is Chicago, Illinois. Chicago is the home of Kanye West, R. Kelly and American Idol Finalist Jennifer Hudson. This last and final episode that featuring Cheryl Cole.

Go on to Boot Camp:
Brock and Kaklena (The Zac Brown Band)
Skyelor Anderson-You Must Do Something Right
J. Mark Imann-Creep
Arin Kay
Joshua Krajcik -At Last (Etta James)

Go home:
Kim Terek-Firework (Katy Perry)
Tim Quinn -Kiss from the Rose (Seal)
Robin Royal

The return stop on the X Factor Audition tour is Seattle, Washington. Nicole put the Simon in his place by sing a Whitney Houston's Song.

Go on to Booth Camp:
Drew R.- Baby (Justin Bieber)
4Shore-End the Road (Boyz II Men) Standing Ovation from LA Reid
Elaine Gibbs-You've Got A Friend
Francesca Duncan
Tiger Budbull
Phillp Lomax-Fly Me to the Moon (Frank Sinatra)

Go Home:
The Good Girls-What's Going On (Marvin Gaye)
Peet M.-Bruno Mars

Censorship Alert: Defend Our Internet Right

Corporate hardliners in the Senate are rushing to push through a measure to give phone and cable companies absolute, unrestricted power over the Internet. 
Called a "resolution of disapproval," this measure would destroy all existing Net Neutrality protections and strip the FCC of its authority to protect Internet users - letting companies block our right to speak freely, connect with one another and share information on the Internet.
Here is the petition below:
Dear Senators,
Extremely partisan hardliners are rushing through a "resolution of disapproval" that would nullify all existing Net Neutrality protections and strip the FCC of its authority to protect Internet users — letting companies block our right to speak freely, connect with one another and share information on the Internet.
The resolution, S.J. Resolution 6, would enable phone and cable giants like Comcast and Verizon to restrict access to competitive video services, mobile applications and other innovative services.
But American Internet users need an open Internet that lets us view any content, anywhere. The kind of Internet freedom we’ve enjoyed to date won’t exist if we let big phone and cable companies take a wrecking ball to Net Neutrality. 
Please stand up for the open Internet and vote "no" on this resolution of disapproval. 

Censorship Alert: Don't Let Privacy Law Get Stuck in 1986: Demand a Digital Upgrade to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act

If the government wants to track our cell phones, or see what web sites we’ve visited, or rummage through our Gmail, or read our private messages on Facebook, it should be required to go to a judge and get a search warrant based on probable cause. Demand a privacy upgrade!
Sign now and we will add your name to this petition and also send a letter to your Representatives and Senators in time for the 25th anniversary of ECPA being signed into law:

Petiton language:
The government should be required to go to a judge and get a warrant before it can read our email, access private photographs and documents we store online, or track our location using our mobile phones. Please support legislation that would update the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 (ECPA) to require warrants for this sensitive information and to require the government to report publicly on the use of its surveillance powers.

ECPA was forward-looking when it was signed into law in October of 1986, considering that the World Wide Web hadn't even been invented yet. But now, ECPA has become outdated. The privacy standards that it applies to new technologies are unclear and weak. For example, the law doesn't specifically address cell phone location tracking at all, and it allows the government to seize most emails without ever having to go to a judge. Meanwhile, no one is perfectly sure how it applies to newer online services like social networks and search engines.

This gap between the law and the technology ultimately leaves us all at risk. Add your name now to sign the petition supporting ECPA reform, and feel free to add a personalized intro to the text below that will be sent to your legislators before the 25th anniversary of ECPA.


Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Avon Come for the Holiday Expo 2011-September 26, 2011

Dancing with The Stars 13 (Week 2) -The Results

Today is result show on Dancing with the Stars and the second week of competition comes to the close. Tom and Brooke is going announced that one dance couple is going home tonight

First Set: David & Kym and Carson & Anna

Safe: Carson & Anna
In Jeopardy: David & Kym

Encore Performance: Ricki & Derek (Jive)

The Script sang For the First Time.

Second Set: Kristin & Mark, JR & Karina and Ricki & Derek
Ricki & Derek
Kristin & Mark
JR & Karina

Third Set: Rob & Cheryl, Nancy & Tristin, and Chaz & Lacey

Safe: Rob & Cheryl, and Tristin
In Jeopardy: Chaz & Lacey

Demi Lovato sang "Skyscraper" from Unbroken.

Fourth set: Cynna & Tony, Elisabetta & Val, and Hope & Maks
Safe: Cynna & Tony, and Hope & Maks

In Jeopardy:
David & Kym
Chaz & Lacey
Elisabetta & Val

Chaz & Lacey and David & Kym are safe.

Going Home: Elisabetta & Val

Monday, September 26, 2011

Dancing with the Stars 13 (Week 2) - Quickstep or Jive

Last week, we said goodbye to Metta and Peta on Dancing with the Stars. Peta is the first new pro-dancers to eliminated from the competition. There are eleven dancers couple left and one dancing couple is going home tomorrow night result show. This week dance theme is the quickstep or the jive.

Dancing Recap-8/19/11
Ron (Metta) & Peta (Cha-Cha-Cha) Score: 14
Rob & Cheryl (Viennese Waltz) Score: 16
Kristin & Mark (Cha-Cha-Cha) Score: 19
Chynna & Tony (Viennese Waltz) Score: 22
Nancy & Tristan (Cha-Cha-Cha) Score: 16
David & Kym (Viennese Waltz) Score: 18
Elisabetta & Val (Cha-Cha-Cha) Score: 15
Hope & Maks (Viennese Waltz) Score: 21
Carson & Anna (Cha-Cha-Cha) Score: 17
JR & Karina (Viennese Waltz) Score: 22
Ricki & Derek (Viennese Waltz) Score: 20
Chaz & Lacey (Cha-Cha-Cha) Score: 17

Ron & Peta and Rob & Cheryl had the worst score of the night.  Chynna & Tony and JR & Karina had the best score of the night.

Carson & Anna did encore performance of their Cha-Cha-Cha in front of the judges and the audience on Tuesday September 20, 2011 result show.

The following dance are:

Hope & Solo (Jive) 
Text: 3408
Carrie Ann: 6
Len: 7
Bruno: 6
Score: 19

Kristin & Mark (Quickstep)
Text:  3403
Carrie Ann: 8
Len: 7
Score: 22

David & Kim (Jive)
Text: 3406
Carrie Ann: 6
Len: 6
Bruno: 6
Score: 18

Elisabetta & Val (Quickstep)
Text: 3407
Carrie Ann: 7
Len: 7
Bruno: 7
Score: 21

Rob & Cheryl (Jive)
Text: 3402
Carrie Ann:7
Score: 21

Carson & Anna (Quickstep)
Text: 3409
Carrie Ann: 6
Len: 6
Bruno: 6
Score: 18

Ricki & Derek (Jive)
Text: 3411
Carrie Ann: 8
Len: 7
Bruno: 8
Score: 23

Chaz & Lacey (Quickstep)
Text: 3412
Carrie Ann: 6
Len: 5
Bruno: 6
Score: 17

Chynna & Tony (Jive)
Text: 3404
Carrie Ann: 7
Len: 7
Bruno: 7
Score: 21

Nancy & Tristan (Quickstep)
Text: 3405
Carrie Ann: 6
Len: 8
Bruno: 7
Score: 21

JR & Karina (Jive)
Text: 3410
Carrie Ann: 7
Len: 7
Bruno: 8
Score: 22

On the side:

Kristin was channeling her inner Marilyn Moore in her dancing performance with Mark Ballas. Len was hashed on Kristin & Mark because their broke many dancing rules.

David & Kym did an amazing job on their jive performance. Carrie Ann said Carson meet his match in David.  The audience boo the judges for low score.

Len said that Elisabetta improved her dance technique in jive performance.

Rob punched a hole in the wall with his rehearsal with Cheryl. Rob & Cheryl got a standing ovation from the audience. The judges praised their performance.

The audience booed the judges again for given Carson & Anna performance low score.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Twitter Feedback: Why I Kiva

Hi My Zombie Readers,

Why I Kiva is a promoted and trending topic on twitter. Kiva give micro-finance loans to people kicks started their business on Here is twitter feedback on Why I Kiva.

 Michelle Dunlap 
.: Because I can afford to put a little money out there to help lift people out of poverty, & so can you, so get to it.

 Karen Bachmann - UX 
Because it can make a tangible, direct, immediate difference in someone's life. It gives power, not charity. 

 Malik Ducard 
I go on with my kids, read the stories, talk about the world, try to help. It's a family affair. That's 1 reason 

 Sara Ledger 
Just noticed Kiva being promoted on Twitter. Couldn't support this more, such a worthwhile cause. Go Kiva! 

 Brent Marykuca 
I lend $25/month via Kiva to help 3rd world entrepreneurs. When I'm paid back, I lend it to others. The benefits multiply. 

 I'm just a student, but still find the $25 to help change another person's life every month via  .

 Doug Jossem 
Just made a donation to  what a cool organization! You should def check it out  is because i can help.

You can make a big difference with a small amount of money, and just recycle it once your $25.00 loan is repaid. It's 

 Siennah Miller 
 ahh I love kiva, best website ever, make an account and help people out