A few weeks ago my wife and I had a dinner party with a group of young people, most of whom were striving for a place in LA's fabled entertainment business. As the food was served the conversation veered from networking to politics, then to the TV shows we'd watched as kids, and finally we landed for the longest time on the Internet and the effect it was having on our lives. At one point, one of the couples looked at each other as if to say, "Should we actually admit to this next thing?"
As it turns out, they had both spent a considerable amount of time -- and here I strive for the best word -- playing/interacting/transfixed with an app called Kim Kardashian, Hollywood. The description of which is on iTunes, and there's no way I can do a better job of explaining it then they can: Jo...
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