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October 1, 2004


The Christian Science Monitor declares concept albums hip again.

Looking for an interesting camp to send your 12 to 18 year-old daughter this summer? Try Southern Girls Rock and Roll Camp.

Nathalie Chicha is serving up literary links at GalleyCat (as well as the elegant Cup of Chicha).

A collection of Tori Amos quotes

Business 2.0 examines the synergy between blogs and marketing.

If the first couple of posts are indicative at all (tracks from Sarah Vaughn; Love, Sex and the Zodiac; Cannonball Adderly; a Radiohead mashup), the naugahyde life has a strong and interesting mp3 blog future ahead.

The Library Journal confronts the "schizophrenia" that besets librarians considering sexually explicit works.

Reuters reviews a recent Scissor Sisters show.

Inc. lists the positives of blogging for business.

Steve Mizek (who also writes codebreaker) interviews Sons and Daughters for Junkmedia.

Raymond Carver's boat is for sale on eBay.

The Guardian reviews the new Tom Waits album, Real Gone, giving it four out of five stars.

A Vermont editorial asks, "Just what do those 'patriotic' car magnets really mean?"

Liam Howlett of the Prodigy talks to Arjan Writes, and lashes out against Maverick for not promoting their album enough in the US.

T-shirts make plea for young votes. Armani, Sean John, and Donna Karan are all helping get out the vote.

Ben Kweller is touring with Incubus.

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