Here's what's happening around the web this morning:
Tina Fey Covers Esquire's April Issue
First Vogue, now Esquire? Tina Fey is on one heck of a roll. Liz Lemon would be proud.
Dinosaur Bone Watch Sells for Nearly $300,000
Limited-edition Louis Moinet watches containing bone fragments from dinosaurs are being sold for £193,000 (about $294,000) a pop. We smell another "Jurassic Park" sequel.
Study Breaks Down Wal-Mart Shopping Habits
Larry the Cable Guy is in good company -- according to a new study, two-thirds of Americans shop at Wal-Mart. Of those surveyed, 73 percent buy beauty and personal care products at the store.
Campaigns Starring Plus-Size Models Less Successful?
A new study from Arizona State University alleges that ads featuring plus-size models are less effective because they give their intended audience lower self-esteem. Et tu, Crystal Renn?
Leigh Lezark for House of Holland's Levi's Campaign
Miss MisShapes herself, Leigh Lezark, is a blue jean baby queen in the new campaign for Levi's X House of Holland. We barely recognize her without the black.
Stephanie Seymour is Foxy at 40 in Bikini
Should we hate supermodel Stephanie Seymour because she's 40 and looks this good in a bikini, or because she's had four kids and looks this good in a bikini?