Here's a bunch of headlines I found interesting. Some of you may enjoy this:
Sex and the City gets a May 30, 2008 release date. Start warming up the cosmos, kids.
"New Awards Show to Highlight Rap's Positives" - Expect the show to run about 15 seconds.
"Lance Armstrong sues animal group over yellow wristbands." - will next sue anyone in the world that uses the collor yellow.
Can't decide which digital video format to sink your large sums of money into? Sony's got you covered.
"It's odd for an agency that has the word "communications" as its middle name, but the Federal Communications Commission routinely leaves the public in the dark about how it makes critical policy decisions. "
MTV goes green for next season of the Real World - the inhabitants will still be stereotypical mindless, sex-crazed, aspiring alcoholic nitwits, but at least their house will be environmentally friendly.
George Romero's latest incarnation of his Living Dead genre is dead on arrival.
The artist formerly known as "The Artist Formerly Known as Prince" is suing YouTube for unauthorized use of his music in a bid to "reclaim his art on the Internet."
Josie Smith-Malave from the second season of Bravo's "Top Chef" was assaulted by a homeless man outside of a bar.
Was it something she cooked, or was the guy just half-cocked and stupid?