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August 14, 2010 at 12:43 PM

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About re:Web

Posted by Stephanie Clary

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Photos by Erika Shultz / The Seattle Times

Seattle Times producers Tiffany Campbell, Stephanie Clary and Bob Payne are exploring all that is interesting, funny, outrageous, provocative or some delicious combination of all four online. We're pop culture junkies, internet addicts and most likely to be seen arguing about life changing smartphone apps, the best of the worst of reality tv, and anywhere pop culture intersects our webby delights. Re:Web (that's text shorthand for regarding the web) is an attempt to curate all that is trending or happening online.


Tiffany Campbell is the lead producer for enterprise at She is unashamed of her deep love for television and her iPhone. Other areas of obsessive interest include news, technology, style, online video and mobile. Her last blog sighting was as a contributor to the Seattle Times' Olympic Outsiders blog at the 2010 Winter Olympics. Follow her @tiffanycampbell.


Stephanie Clary is the entertainment producer at Since first logging into a Prodigy account in the early 1990s, she has been enamored with online communication. And since giving up her TV years ago, the Internet has been her primary source of pop culture and entertainment. She has also helped cover local festivals and was a contributor to the Seattle Times' Olympic Outsiders blog. Follow her at @sclary.


Bob Payne is easily distracted by bright, shiny objects. Just drag a CD across the floor on a fishing line and see what happens. When he gets back to his desk, he's most often lamenting the decline of "American Idol" or sighing in response to yet another site commenter who somehow thinks he's involved in a conspiracy to remove his First Amendment rights. Really? Sigh ...

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