Elsewhere, 11/2

GreenCine interviews Joss Whedon, which is as wonderful as you’d imagine, and hints at plenty of future work for the man. Speaking of which, Whedon has a new show coming out on FOX called Dollhouse starring Eliza Dushku (aka Buffy The Vampire Slayer’s Faith). Note to FOX: you owe Whedon big time, so don’t f*ck this up.

Josh Hurst reviews Radiohead’s In Rainbows: “…In Rainbows is more than a triumph of marketing; more than anything else, it’s a landmark recording because, for the first time ever, Yorke and his crew sound comfortable with themselves, and completely unconcerned with their persona and what people are going to think of them.”

And speaking of Radiohead, the boys have signed to XL Recordings. XL Recordings released Thom Yorke’s solo album last year, and is also home to Basement Jaxx, M.I.A., RJD2, and The White Stripes.

Roger Johansson on POSH (Plain Old Semantic HTML): “POSH, in case you haven’t heard of it already, is short for Plain Old Semantic HTML’, and is obviously much quicker and easier to say than valid, semantic, accessible, well-structured HTML’. Unfortunately POSH is also something most people building websites or creating content for the Web have yet to discover. Perhaps a fancy acronym will help speed up adoption. One can only hope.”

10 Useless SEO Worries (Part One): “The SEO industry tends to thrive on extremes. We create lists of things that absolutely mustbe done and lists of things that absolutely must no be done. But far to often, within either of those lists are things that simply don’t matter at all. So to provide a bit of middle ground to all the extremes, here are things that you simple do not need to spend more than a half a second fretting over.” Part two will be posted next week.

Guy Pearce will be starring in John Hillcoat’s upcoming movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road. Pearce previously starred in Hillcoat’s The Proposition.

The always wonderful Kaiju Shakedown has a list of movies that will definitely, without a doubt, suck. They also have a list of movies that will rock.

Watch the video for Piano Magic’s “Part Monster.”

Watch the new trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood.