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Calendar Live Goes Dead

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LA Observed shares the frustrations of blogger Lee Watters, as he struggles with the inoperable Calendar Live registration system. A VERY BRAVE LA Times.com web developer wades into the LA Observed comments section, faces readers' wrath and vents a few frustrations of his own.

Who says Angelenos don't have real conversations?

Speaking of frustration with Calendar Live, Dan Green gets in a dig at the Los Angeles Times in his The Reading Experience: A Supplementary NYTBR Rant blog, found via The Elegant Variation.

While chastising the New York Times Book Review's editors, Green states:

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Memo to the Los Angeles Times Book Review: this would be your opportunity to supplant NYTBR as the most important newspaper-based book review in the country. You could start by once again making it freely availabe online.