Twitter announced on Tuesday that its employees who can work from home can continue to work from home -- for forever, if they want. One wonders how many companies will follow suit -- and how employees will feel about such an arrangement.
And: Ryan Murphy is the showrunner behind things like Nip/Tuck, Glee, American Horror Story, 9-1-1, and The Politician. In 2018, Murphy signed the largest development deal in the history of television with Netflix. His new miniseries, Hollywood, is the second project to come out of that deal.
Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take:
- Little Richard, Founding Father of Rock Who Broke Musical Barriers, Dead at 87
Pianist-singer behind "Tutti Frutti," "Good Golly Miss Molly," and "Long Tall Sally" set the template that a generation of musicians would follow
- Column: Will the new coronavirus kill spitting in sports?
- The pandemic has reminded us: We don't need more sports in our lives -- we need less
- Robot dogs are patrolling Singapore parks telling people to socially distance
- How Analog Clocks Can Give Us More by Giving Us Less
- Nearly Half of Men Say They Do Most of the Home Schooling. 3 Percent of Women Agree.
- New Banksy art unveiled at hospital to thank doctors, nurses
- Contact-Free Movie Theaters Being Tested in South Korea
- Solstice Studios' Russell Crowe Road Rage Thriller 'Unhinged' To Be First Film Back In Movie Theaters July 1
- 'Hamilton' Movie Will Stream on Disney Plus on July 3
In a surprise move, the film of the original Broadway production is being released 15 months early.
- Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2 are being remastered for PS4, Xbox One, and PC
Two classics in one package
- A million people are pretending to be ants on Facebook -- and it could be therapeutic
More than 18,000 Facebook users responded to a post of ants on ice cream, writing comments like, "NOM," "SLURP" and "LIFT.TO.THE.QUEEN."
- Ex-Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga wants MLB to recognize 2010 perfect game, overturn blown call
- Bob Dylan Cancels U.S. Summer Tour in 'Interest of Public Health and Safety'
"We hope to be back out on the road at the earliest possible time," he says
- Inside HBO Max, the $4 Billion Bet to Stand Out in the Streaming Wars
- Carolyn Paine - An actress, comedian, and dancer; she is founder, director, and choreographer of CONNetic Dance
- Irene Papoulis - Teaches writing at Trinity College
Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.