1. It’s like Tumblr knows what I need. —Lars

  2. [Taylor] Swift’s critique suggests she wants to have her pop and somehow stay above it, too.

    — Ann Powers says that erstwhile country singer Taylor Swift has a new sound and a new goal: to be the world’s biggest pop star, with all the attention and provocation that comes with the job.

  3. Taylor Swift’s new album, Red, sold more 1.2 million copies in its first week — the highest first-week sales total for an album in over a decade. She did it partly by answering a surprisingly complicated question: What’s the best way to sell an album?

  4. 
I’ve never missed two people the same way — it’s always different for me. I’ve never fallen in love with someone and had the same exact kind of feeling come over me. So I think that there are all these different mixtures of emotions that go into individual feelings that you feel for individual people. And, yeah, most of the time it doesn’t work out.

— Taylor Swift in an interview with NPR’s Guy Raz

    I’ve never missed two people the same way — it’s always different for me. I’ve never fallen in love with someone and had the same exact kind of feeling come over me. So I think that there are all these different mixtures of emotions that go into individual feelings that you feel for individual people. And, yeah, most of the time it doesn’t work out.

    — Taylor Swift in an interview with NPR’s Guy Raz

  5. vh1:

    Taylor Swift’s new video for “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” teaches us the anatomy of a Taylor Swift breakup.

    So many furries.

  6. What exactly does Taylor Swift’s new single, a kiss-off to an unworthy ex called “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” have in common with angry punk rock? Plenty.

    What exactly does Taylor Swift’s new single, a kiss-off to an unworthy ex called “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” have in common with angry punk rock? Plenty.