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October 26, 2004

Shorties

Interpol's Paul Banks is interviewed by Nerve's Grant Stoddard. "You can sell a lot fewer records, but just have the right people talking about you, and it gives this impression of you being a lot bigger."

The Globe and Mail examines bands whose names have incited trademark infringement litigation, including Manitoba (now Caribou) and The Postal Service.

John at The Tofu Hut has organized an amazing list of music blogs in his sidebar.

No Love For Ned celebrates Halloween week with a spooky vibe in this week's show.

Truman Capote is hot again, according to the Advocate, with a book of letters, a short story collection and a new edition of In Cold Blood.

I Love Radio. org offers a five-point roadmap to podcasting's future.

Suicide Girls interviews Sarah Michelle Gellar.

The New York Times examines the internet's fascination with memes.

The Muscle Shoals (Alabama) chamber of commerce offers an in-depth history of the area's musical heritage.

The Washington Post has published the winners of their reader's choice awards for best political and election blogs.

Band demos from hell (with RealAudio links)

Sharing The Groove is dead, long live Sharing The Groove.

The Star Tribune reviews Wilco's Monday night Minneapolis performance. "This proved to be Wilco's greatest onstage lineup yet."

Many thanks to new LHB sponsors Kevin Kringle.com and Podstar.com. KevinKringle.com is the humorous site of Kris Kringle's younger brother, with movies and even a holiday game to play. Podstar is a weblog that gathers links and information about podcasts and their authors. Feel free to check these out and support my ugly bandwith habit.


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