Lunch Break Links: April 27, 2007
In related news, Tina Fey's live blog from the 30 Rock finale is here.
If you're one of the 17 people who still care about hockey, do I have a treat for you! Dispatch BlueJackets reporter Michael Arace is blogging his way through the NHL playoffs. So far, his entries seem pretty in-depth and entertaining.
This report on which bands Ivy League schools are hiring for year-end concerts is hilarious. If my school booked Third Eye Blind, I would have to politely reply, "I want something else."
While you're doing that, please enjoy a mashup of songs from The Fragile Army, the new Polyphonic Spree album. Hey, it could be good.
I get why Time is letting us decide who its "most influential people" are, but maybe they should not let us do that?
The New York Times examines the complicated dynamics of daytime talk shows. I never watch the shows profiled here, but they sound profoundly awkward. Why air all this dirty laundry on the air?
Spoon, Baldwin and more after the jump...
Alec Baldwin: Now turning to Doctor Phil for help? Oh, (Baldwin) brother.
I love geeky lists like Stylus' "Top Ten Favorite Penultimate Songs."
A Magneto movie is in the works. It will focus on the supervillain as a young man, so don't look for Ian McKellen to reprise his role.
Finally, this seems like as good a reason as any not to watch American Idol.