Must click links for April 21, 2011

Pitchfork has wrapped up its epic coverage of Coachella 2011.

National Geographic: Gulf oil spill surprises — 6 things the experts got wrong.

Monkey See blog:  The sad, beautiful fact that we're all going to miss almost everything.

HBO has picked up a new comedy series Veep, the latest project from the brilliant Armando Iannucci (The Thick of It and the Oscar-nominated In the Loop). The series will star Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a U.S. senator elected to the country's second-highest office.

Sound on Sight's Louis Godfrey has a fantastic article about the films of legendary Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi.

Need a Job? McDonald's was hiring 50,000 people yesterday.

Huffington Post: What Japan's 9.0 earthquake sounded like.

Sidney Lumet's Dog Day Afternoon — A video essay:

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A new DVD box set called The Ernie Kovacs Collection has critics gushing about one of early television's lost relics. Salon's Matt Zoller Seitz: What TV owes to Ernie Kovacs. To this day, Kovacs' work remains some of the most bizarre and innovative television ever made. David Bianculli has some words on his short but brilliant reign as the king of TV comedy.

Like what you see? Head over to rolko52's YouTube channel for more Kovacs skits. Christopher Hitchens has some advice for Kate Middleton.

Mother Jones: The Science of why we don't believe Science: How our brains fool us on climate, creationism, and vaccine-autism link.

Happy 420, dude.

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