The Curator News Feed: February 28, 2014

This week's links start with Will Ferrell and his doppelgänger, and end with a lesson in what-not-to-do over private email. Read on to see what else has caught the Curator team's interest this week. Getty

Let the Will Ferrell-Chad Smith Drum Battle Begin!, Spin. I have been waiting for this moment for years! Will Ferrell and Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who are basically long lost twins, are finally doing something together! Smith had challenged Ferrell to a drum battle and Ferrell accepted on the condition that they raise $300,000 for Cancer for College. They monetary goal has been met, so now the world awaits the big showdown. Such a fun idea for a great cause, and I love that all of their playful banter is over social. —Chelsey

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Social Media Press Release 2.0. SHIFT Communications. I know the hot-pink arrows are already sending you in a tailspin. But hang in there! This is a great post from SHIFT Communications on social media press releases. When sharing news and developments, brands should consider how to make it easier for content creators to go forth and spread the word. —Ann Marie

Every Best Actress Oscars dress since 1929. Cosmopolitan. What am I doing this Sunday? All day Twitter sesh for the red carpet event of the year, the Academy Awards! Remember Julia Roberts' Valentino or Diane Keaton's oversized blazer? Oscar fashion is iconic and you never know who will make history. Take some time and appreciate the fashion history that walked that red carpet. —Brooke [Note: Brooke will be live-tweeting from Curator's Twitter account. Follow us, and follow along with her.]

#HashtagEtiquette: 8 People Who Are Doing It Wrong. Mashable. I love hashtags almost as much as I hate when people abuse them. What constitutes abuse? Read this article to find out. If one of these describes a friend, send them the link. If one of these is you, please, for the love of doge, #hashtag #change —Matthew

This 4-Year-Old Makes Paper Dresses With Her Mom -- And They Keep Getting More Amazing. HuffPo Parents. This mom has taken her Instagram account to the next level with adorable photos of her toddler modeling their homemade spin on some very iconic dresses. I can't wait to see what they come up with following the Oscars! —Jennifer

Job bank head Kelly Blazek apologizes after her rejection emails go viral. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Do we really still have to remind people to not be jerks on the Internet? Apparently. Kelly Blazek was outed as the sender of a someone's-having-a-bad-day email earlier this week, and things just got worse from there. Since her initial apology, several more people who have been rejected from her Cleveland job bank have come forward with similar email responses from hell. Here's an easy way to avoid this: If you need to be mean to someone, do it in person. If you can't fathom being that mean face to face, you probably shouldn't be that mean in an email. —Paul