Eye Opener: Facebook, Fergie, Philanthropy

Lost finale deemed “a bit of a cop-out.” [NYT]

The White House confirms that they tried to offer Joe Sestak a job to dissuade him from running against Arlen Specter, but says it was basically ethical. [LA Times]

The Palme d’Or goes to a Thai film called Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives.  [LA Times]

Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson tries to sell access to her ex-husband Prince Andrew. [Reuters]

“Most people think Mark Twain was a sort of genteel Victorian. Well, in this document he calls [his secretary] a slut and says she tried to seduce him.” [The Independent]

WFP mulls Alec Baldwin gubernatorial ticket. [NYDN]

OK, FINE: Mark Zuckerberg knows he messed up. [Washington Post]

Junot Diaz joins the Pulitzer board. [CBC]

Coming soon: an HBO movie about Clinton-Blair couple dramz. [NYDN]

Breaking! Museum executives are well-paid. [NYP] Eye Opener: Facebook, Fergie, Philanthropy