Lunch Break Links: Post-election pop culture, plus Nick Cave and Paul Rudd
And did you see CNN's Star Wars-style hologram interviews? So bizarre.
OK, on to good old pop culture links:
Series creator Tim Kring is promising to simplify the storytelling on Heroes, but it may be too late.
An indie band called Francis and the Lights have registered themselves as a corporation rather than sign a record deal.
AV Club talked to Paul Rudd.
I don't feel like it should be that shocking that people watch TV and surf the web simultaneously.
We finish up with Stephen Malkmus and his rootsy disciples Blitzen Trapper covering the James Gang's "Funk #49" live on stage in St. Louis. Hurrah.