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October 27, 2004

Shorties

John Peel's obituary at BBC News

The Guardian asks musicians how John Peel changed their lives.

Ten reasons John Peel was a hero.

Tributes to John Peel flood in to XFM.

Mixtaper.com offers a John Peel tribute with legal online selections from his Festive 50.

The Glastonbury Festival will honour John Peel bu naming its new bands tent after him.

My largehearted John Peel tribute: a previous daily downloads post consisting entirely of Peel sessions.

ChartAttack! previews Mint Records' holiday album, It's A Team Mint Xmas Vol. 2.

Douglas Wolk (one of my favorite music critics) has declared November to be "National Solo Album Month," or NaSoAlMo for short. (via)

The Guardian reviews Dizzee Rascal's Leeds University show. "Just when the crowd's attention shows hints of waning, he plunges into Jus' a Rascal and Stand Up Tall, highlights of a six-song salvo that could leave any opponent breathless."

The New York Times ponders current and future connections between Madison Avenue and weblogs.

Red Herring thinks that Apple's iPod honeymoon will continue.

Frank at Chromewaves has made available a wonderful "cover of the week": Graham Coxon performing Mission of Burma's "That's When I Reach For My Revolver."

Defrag your iPod.

Jennifer is single and chronicling her "perpetual pursuit of the perfect guy" on her weblog, My Dating Life. Follow her adventures in online personals, and if you live in Birmingham, maybe you know just the right guy for her.

BlogExplosion is an interesting free way to build traffic for your weblog.

Howard Zinn and Radiohead's Thom Yorke are interviewed together in this article from last November.

Blogging airline attendant grounded for her posts.

The Daily Iowan profiles Saddle Creek band Little Brazil.


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