Could YouTube user comments be used as evidence in the Joe Satriani v. Coldplay plagiarism case?
MovieWeb has three clips from Inglourious Basterds.
Jay Leno's 10 p.m. show will be called The Jay Leno Show. Simple enough. Interesting tidbit from that story: In the past 10 years, NBC has approached Oprah Winfrey and David Letterman to host an 8 p.m. show each week night.
Don't worry: Patrick Swayze is still alive.
Creativity Online talked to Asa Taccone, the guy who wrote the music for "Mother Lover" and "Dick in a Box."
That Lost withdrawal I mentioned in the previous post can be quelled temporarily by the latest Doc Jensen column.
Medium is moving from NBC to CBS.
Speaking of NBC's surprising cancellations, The LA Times interviewed My Name Is Earl creator Greg Garcia.
Paste has an interview with John Vanderslice.
AV Club interviewed Charles Grodin.
I really don't want Spider-Man 4 to exist, but it's gonna.
We wrap up today's links with the video for Crystal Stilts' excellent "Love Is a Wave."