It’s a High- (and Low-) Tech Edition of ‘The Mix’

In this ever-changing world in which we live in (to borrow a line from Paul McCartney), hardly a moment goes by when someone doesn’t mention technol…

“It’s kind of offensive to some people,” David (above) tells us of his new online sitcom, “Star-ving.”

“It’s kind of offensive to some people,” David (above) tells us of his online sitcom, “Star-ving.”

“The Internet.”

See?

“iTunes.”

There’s another mention.

“Twitter.”

And anoth…

“WiFi.”

OK, we get it – tech is here to stay.

Which is why this week’s edition of The Daily Mix will answer such all-important questions as:

—On which online TV network Married, with Children star David Faustino choose to resurrect his signature character, Bud Bundy.

—Which laundry soap pop princess Mandy Moore adores – so much so that she’s out promoting an online contest all about its scent.

—Why Rick Sanchez says new media is “revolutionizing” the way he approaches his CNN newscast.

“I’m thrilled people don’t get it,” Gary (above) tells us of the social-media business model.

“I’m thrilled people don’t get it,” Gary (above) tells us of the social-media business model.

—Would Fox News Channel’s Andy Levy be willing to pay for news gen- erated by Internet users sitting at home on their sofas?  (Hint: no.)

—Why Wine Library TV host Gary Vaynerchuk says, “I have ab- solutely no inter- est in convincing people that Twitter and Facebook and other social platforms are the future of business.”

—When Morning Sex with the Mominatrix host Kristen Chase asks, “Hot or not, people: Sex toys as a Valentine’s Day gift?” what she believes is the correct answer.

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight – and every Monday – at 9 p.m. ET!

To tune in, click here.

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