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November 2, 2004

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Introducing the Altoids iPod battery pack v2.

Business Week chronicles iPod challengers.

Yesterday was Hello Kitty's 30th birthday.

The Futureheads announce more US tourdates:
11/03 New York, NY - Canal Room
11/04 Cambridge, MA - TT the Bear's
11/05 Philadelphia, PA - Transit
11/06 Hoboken, NJ - Maxwell's
11/08 Atlanta, GA - The Earl
11/10 Chicago, IL - The Empty Bottle
11/11 Minneapolis, MN - The Ascot Room
11/13 Denver, CO - The Larimer Lounge
11/16 Seattle, WA - The Crocodile Cafe
11/17 Portland, OR - The Douglas Fir
11/19 San Francisco, CA - Popscene
11/20 Los Angeles, CA - Troubadour
11/21 San Diego, CA - Soma

The Belfast Telegraph says a long goodbye to John Peel.

Teresa Heinz Kerry is Nellie McKay's "woman of the year," according to this Rolling Stone article.

The Times publishes the obituary of Greg Shaw, founder of Bomp Records.

Weblogs revolutionized politics this campaign season, according to Greg Djerejien New York Times op-ed piece.

The Globe and Mail was less than impressed with the Brian Jonestown Massacre in Toronto Sunday. "The sameness of his offerings was accentuated by the one-size style of the arrangements, and the relatively narrow range of his frail-sounding tenor."


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