Lunch Break Links: February 27, 2008

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Is it really OK to use famous dead people to sell your product?

EW has a list of the top 30 actors under 30.

AV Club interviewed Will Ferrell.

Watch With Kristin speculates on what The Office will do about Angela Kinsey's real-life pregnancy. Also, Kate Flannery's (Meredith) TV Guide blog is back.

Slate has a feature on "America's greatest hoaxer."

Maxim has apologized for that whole Black Crowes snafu.

ABC is putting its shows On Demand, but without fast-forward capability to skip the minimal ads in each episode.

More links after the jump...

I enjoyed Stereogum's flashback to Nada Surf's 1996 video for "Popular."

The Guardian offers more backlash about Fred Armisen as Barack Obama.

Washington Post: "US judge pokes holes in file-sharing lawsuit."

Lil Wayne really will appear on anyone's track, even this new one from Flo Rida.

Ready for a fourth go-round with Jason Bourne?

Paste has an update on MySpace's in-the-works music store.

Is the CD a dead format or isn't it?

That bit from The Daily Swarm yesterday about $300 bottle service at No Depression's SXSW party turned out to be a hoax.

Nah Right says you best respect Mobb Deep and offers a list of trends that can be traced back to the group.

Pop Candy directs us to Cracked's list of the nine most baffling theme parks from around the world.

Lastly, another new Jay-Z video, this time for "I Know."