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November 8, 2004


Listen to a Realaudio stream of Tobin Sprout's 2004-04-19 Toronto show, and if you like it, buy the live album taken from the same CBC source.

The Guardian wonders if UK politics will ever wake up to the power of the internet.

Author Allan Gurganus talks to the Richmond Times-Dispatch about living as an artist and his books. "I think there's a certain Southern, ethical stance that I write about and embody that a lot of readers in the South can respond to. I grew up in the church, and though I'm something of a pagan right now, I think those lessons are all over my work."

Feedster has added a "Blogs only feed search," and Technorati has made several enhancements, according to Search Engine Watch.

Bright Eyes captures the top two spots on Billboard's singles chart with Lua and Take It Easy (Love Nothing).

The Boston Herald examines the "cruel" reality show trend.

The Winnipeg Sun reviews the Jandek documentary, Jandek on Corwood.

Cartoonist Berke Breathed is interviewed about his life, his comic strip, Bloom County, and his new book, Opus: 25 Years of His Sunday Best.

Queens of the Stone Age have set Lullabyes To paralyze as the title of their next album, which will feature guest appearances by Billy Gibbons, Shirley Manson and Brody Dalle.

Madonna's daughter, Lourdes, will pen a fund-raising Christmas book for charity.

Morrissey will release an enhanced version of his latest album, You Are The Quarry.

The Boston Globe offers tips on increasing your blog's visibility.

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