Lunch Break Links: February 27, 2008
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.
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.
Lastly, another new Jay-Z video, this time for "I Know."