Oh no, not Joan. The legend died today at 81 after complications from vocal chord surgery, a fantastically unfair finale for one of the world's most irrepressible personalities. Tonight, honor her legacy and be awed by her trailblazing five-decade career with her 2010 documentary, A Piece of Work.
Yes, Twitter is a great way to follow developing news stories, organize revolutions, and hear about tech from your beloved Gizmodo writers, but sometimes you just need a laugh. Fortunately, the same people that make you laugh on TV are doing the same on Twitter every single day. Here's where to find them.
Over at Splitsider, new home of our dear friend Adam Frucci, Phil Davidson interviews some comedians (including Giz favorite Peter Serafinowicz) about how their kind uses Twitter. The answer: pretty much like the rest of us! Just much funnier.
Splitsider's got a handy breakdown of the 100 comedians you should be be following on Twitter. Some of them are obvious! But the real gems are the folks you've never heard of.
Original Ghostbuster Bill Murray says he thinks the third GB film should include a woman putting on the gray boiler suit and showing she ain't afraid of no ghosts. Since the film will probably introduce a younger generation of ghost-smacking recruits, we're guessing it won't be Whoopi Goldberg or Ellen DeGeneres...…