Links for 2006-08-21

“Snakes” takes top spot at Friday boxoffice – Yahoo! News
New Line Cinema’s “Snakes on a Plane” took a bite out of the Friday boxoffice by grossing an estimated $6.1 million according to the boxoffice tracking site BoxofficeMojo.

Telegraph | Fashion | New York notebook
Summer work experience, or internships, are all the rage, but there are as many quirks as perks, warns Bee Shaffer. Celebs galore

Entertainment Weekly’s | Interview: A chat with the latest ”Project Runway” cast-off
The latest ”Project Runway” ejectee, 25-year-old Alison Kelly, talks to Jessica Shaw about losing the recyclable-materials challenge and the difference between good TV and good fashion

Style in Astoria/ Long Island City
I love this Motomimi red plaid dress ($220)!

Looking for a Way to Keep Rome Burning: Motherf-cker – New York Times
For six years, this party, whose full name is not fit for mainstream publication (the first part is Mother; the gist is Oedipal), has existed as a roving bacchanal, held on the eve of major holidays at various clubs around the city and attracting up to 3,

TripCart :: The Travel Blog: An Outkast in Arizona
What do you get when you mix a hippie with Andre 3000 in the desert? A great cover of Outkast’s Hey Ya. – Oscar freebies come at a cost
Movie stars enjoying the lavish gift bags handed out at the Oscars in March will get some decidedly unglamorous notices: don’t forget to pay tax on the windfall.

Podcasting News: Major Record Label Podcasting Under the Radar
Major label Warner Brother Records appears to be podcasting traditionally copyrighted music, from well-known artists, under the indie guise of podcast Under the Radar.

Bhuvana Sundaramoorthy’s Blog » 50 COMMON INTERVIEW Q&A
Review these typical interview questions and think about how you would answer them. Read the questions listed; you will also find some strategy suggestions with it.

All Headline News – Paris Hilton Most Overrated and Least Favorite Celebrity Says Guinness – August 20, 2006
The hotel heiress has made it into the 2007 Guinness Book of World Records – not for her business ventures, singing or acting – but because the public think she is famous for no apparent reason.