by Paul Stoltz | 9:39 AM July 7, 2010 "Hot" and "timeless." Those are the words last weekend's International Herald Tribune used to describe Greek statues.
The New York Times —or more specifically their standards editor Phil Corbett—has decreed that the use of the word “tweet” is no longer welcome in the pages of the famed newspaper. His reasoning? Some social-media fans may disagree, but outside of ornithological contexts, “tweet” has not yet achieved the status of standard English.
<img src="http://timenewsfeed.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/blogs.jpg?w=290&h=274&crop=1" alt="blogs" title="blogs"/> TIME recently announced its list of the 25 best blogs of 2010 , including the year’s five essential blogs and the five overrated domains . As part of the project, I also sat down to film a video about the five brilliant unsung blogs that you might not know anything about, but should be following right now.