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The Jeffersonian laboratory was blown to bits in Bones' penultimate episode, but it's not like the organization no longer exists.
After said person is offered the gig, we'll learn that he or she absolutely not inclined to give up the position if and when Cam returns.
Twitter's been sending out surveys rousers, with a mock-up of a more powerful, possibly subscription-based TweetDeck.
A Twitter spokesperson told The Verge the surveys are to gauge interest in "a new, more enhanced version of Tweetdeck." The regular version of Twitter you know and love wouldn't fall into the subscription model.
Twitter says the premium Tweetdeck is aimed at "marketers, journalists, professionals, and others." The new Tweetdeck would include "advanced audience insights analytics," as well as management tools for monitoring "multiple timelines from multiple accounts and from multiple devices."
Noted director John Singleton (“Boyz n the Hood,” “2 Fast 2 Furious”) is moving to the small screen for his first TV series — the scripted drama “Rebel,” premiering March 28 on BET. “I developed ‘Rebel’ as a [big-screen] movie with a friend, Armani Jackson, and over time it became a TV show,” says Singleton.