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August 30, 2004

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Want to use your iPod with Linux? Here's an unofficial manual.

If you're looking for something different to listen to today, I recommend Radio Free Klezmer, which offers "Jewish jazz and Eastern European party music for the new millennium!"

Speaking of klezmer music, check out the KlezmerShack, a blog devoted to the subject.

A Panel/Public Discussion on Media and Democracy in a Time of War will take place this Tuesday and Wednesday at the University of Georgia, and include two documentaries ("Outfoxed" and "Independent Media in a Time of War").

Folkstreams is building "a national preserve of documentary films about American folk or roots culture." The films are often fascinating and well worth a visit.

Welcome back, Fimoculous. We missed you, Rex.

The Memphis Flyer calls the new Drive-By Truckers album a "road trip through Southern mythology." I call it damn good.

With more and more men entering the nursing field, it was inevitable that Archie McPhee would start selling a male nurse action figure.

Mike Watt is interviewed about his new album and the old days with the Minutemen.

The Wall Street Journal wonders if blogs have jumped the shark.

Epitaph is streaming the new Black Keys record, Rubber Factory, due out September 7th.

The San Bernardino County Sun finally discovers Friendster.


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