NYT in 90 Seconds

  • The Condé Nast view will soon be no longer.
  • The fate of the San Jose Mercury News in the Knight Ridder deal is as uncertain as the Silicon Valley bubble it once covered.
  • 17 anti-war protesters arrested in Times Square.
  • Boxing as a media event is still a long way from AliFrazier, or even TysonWhoever, for that matter.
  • Jon Heder, a.k.a the Napoleon Dynamite dude, talks about typecasting, a confidence-building moment with Tom Cruise — he’s not kidding — and being a devout Mormon in Hollywood.

    Bonus: Sunday NYT in 90 Seconds

  • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the architects behind the Time Warner Center, are designing the condo equivalent in Tribeca.
  • The 40th anniversary of Truman Capote‘s legendary ball at the Plaza Hotel is commemorated by Christie’s.
  • The distributor of the Paris Hilton sex tape is trying to negotiate with Scott Stapp and Kid Rock to release theirs.
  • Passive-aggressive press plunderer Terrell Owens signs with the Dallas Cowboys and its press-averse coach Bill Parcells.
  • The Preservation Project, sort of a free iTunes for Tin Pan Alley, circa 1900.