Monday Links

I probably shouldn’t apologize anymore for my lack of blogging, but things are still very busy, so for now, here are a few links:

  • First, a quick reminder that Rachel Maddow’s show premieres tonight on MSNBC (at 9 PM on the east coast).  I’ve been suggesting for a while now that she deserves her own show and I’m glad she’s getting the opportunity.  The Packers-Vikings game isn’t going to be that interesting anyway–especially without the Brett Favre drama–so you should watch Maddow instead.
  • The Cinetrix, author of Pullquote, one of my favorite all-time film blogs, gets the Film in Foucs Behind the Blog treatment.
  • I haven’t had time to read it yet, but the Cineaste forum on “Film Criticism in the Age of the Internet” looks really interesting.  Hoping, as usual, to respond in more detail, but with a couple of imminent deadlines, I’m not making any promises.
  • More mulling over the State of Indie from Raleigh News-Observer film critic Craig Lindsey and The New York Times’ Manohla Dargis.

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