Famous and Infamous Census Records — Find out where they lived from 1790 to 1940: presidents; celebrities; authors; human rights activists and social reformers; industrialists and inventors; politicians and public servants (including U.S. Census Bureau luminaries); American Indians, Alaska natives, and native Hawaiians; military personnel; scientists; artists, cartoonists, and animators; adventurers; musicians; other notable Americans; sports stars; and of course, the truly infamous.
The Onion AV club looks at 13 movie opening title sequences that are far better than the movies they're attached to.
Most Likely to Kill A new blog with the yearbook secrets of the rich and infamous. See William Kennedy Smith and Brooke Shields dancing together. Learn about Squeaky Fromme's friendship with Phil Hartman or the high school election Jack Abramoff lost. Read Matt Drudge's petulant Senior Class Last Will and Testament.
Twice the budget, more stars vs. an Oscar-winning film a year old. The release of the Infamous trailer begs the question: is there really that big a market for Truman Capote-inspired films? Especially since both revolve round In Cold Blood? On the other hand, Infamous might at least still make a profit.