Richard Branson, no virgin . . .

by bookindian

Hey, this is earth-shaking . . . Richard Branson is getting ready to put a monthly rag out just for the iPad . . . Y-O-O-O-O DUDE!!!! I saw this on CNN this a.m. and almost popped a boner . . . and Sherman Alexie is worried that his “books” might be pirated ??. . . uh, wake up Alexie, take a lesson from Branson . . . it’s all about water skiing with a naked girl on your back. it’s not about “art” . . . it’s about men from Mars . . .

. . . app for the iPad only . . .

IPAD

IPAD

IPAD

PROJECT

IPAD

or “Pro-ject” . . . like pro-ject yo sef . . .

IPAD

. . . or movie projector . . .

IPAD

HOLY CRAP, gotta get an iPad SOON!!! . . . and get Branson’s app for his imag . . .

. . . images shot with my iPod Touch and processed with the ShakeIt Photo app.

UPDATE
I looked up Richard Branson for some pics of him doing “Branson” things and found a couple of reviews by two writers with Forbes . . . they don’t GET IT!! . . . AND this is why PROJECT is pissing off the literati . . .

DITA

D-I-T-A von TEESE . . . OMFG!!!

PROJECT is a monthly magazine that will change daily, hourly – minute by minute at times – a month of entertainment for less than the price of a decent cup of coffee.

If bloggers don’t like it, we’ll be dead very quickly.” Richard Branson, Jeff Bercovici Mixed Media“,Forbes.

. . . . the key word is “bloggers“, bloggers and the people who read blogs will decide whether or not Branson’s venture will be successful, not the people who read Forbes, NO, the die-hard poontang-istas (me) will be hoping for more pics of Dita and others . . .

BRANSON

Jeff Bercovici, Bill Barol are just stuck in a Forbes rut – if my 22 year old daughter had an iPad, she would get the app just for the TRON article . . . $2.99 for an app is cheap when compared to the price of a hard-copy magazine that you have to go to the super market to buy, or the neighborhood convenience/liquor store, or worse, the BOOKSTORE . . .

Bill Barol, “Buzz, Boom & SizzleWTF?? Buzz, Boom and Sizzle ?? C’mon . . .

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