The other night on Red Eye they were discussing Scarlett Johansson and how the once care-free -&-sophisticatingly-sassy is now happily married and enjoying a domesticated life = expressed in her blogging which focuses on things in her everyday life = like recipes and such ...
Red Eye host, Greg Gutfeld, pointed out what men most likely find fascinating with Scarlett Johansson which then makes us just plain fascinated with Scarlett Johansson and thus we would read, listen to or watch whatever she is doing ...
Uhmn, agreed - but ...
I was interested in how Scarlett Johansson is utilizing blogging as part of the new everyday media and, of course, just as interested in her everyday life - so I did a search. Well, while searching for her blog, I became distracted by photographs of Scarlett Johansson - and, really, how a pair of colors just seem to "pop" in such a captivating and compelling way ...
During this time of searching and looking at Scarlett Johansson pics I was also watching cable news where I find many of the women also captivating and compelling in their own intellectual, dynamic and engaging HOT way ...
So even though I consider Scarlett Johansson a part of the New Everyday Media = as film making, art, music, journalism, writing, blogging, etc. is all about propagating something ... (for instance consider this --- when watching the Doors movie - when Jim is seducing Pam on a rooftop where he is staying there are books and their titles shown by candlelight and moonlight and one of them is "Understanding Mass Media" ... Jim was a film maker, a writer and a musician but also part of the new everyday media for his time and, for that matter, ahead of his time) ...
in any event, how does Scarlett Johansson rate with these other Women of the the New Everyday Media ? ...
Which one or ones would you place in the same class? Or do you find them just so different?
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Julie Chen (with CBS President and CEO Leslie Moonves Dec 7 2008
in Washington, D.C. at the Kennedy Center)
Natalie Morales and Melissa Lee
Patti Ann Browne
Meredith Viera and Stacy London
Matt Lauer and Ann Coulter
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