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November 29, 2004

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The New York Times reviews the new Nirvana box set, With the Lights Out.

MichNews.com gives thanks for bloggers.

The Chicago Tribune reviews several 2004 holiday music releases.

The Independent interviews and profiles Nick Denton, "America's first blog mogul."

Don't forget that the Internet Archive offers free and legal downloads of feature films.

The Guardian interviews playwright Marina Carr. "The moral police will be the death of art. Political correctness is destroying our literature and our poetry. There is a place for the moral high ground, but it is not art. You can't have the thought police looking over your shoulder when you are writing a play. You have to let the characters have their say. Plays are written with the imagination, not with the head."

iPodlounge lists "killer add-ons" for iTunes.

The Detroit Free Press offers non-fiction choices in its Holiday Book Guide 2004.

Denice Job wonders when she stopped listening to new music in the Washington Post.

Brick and mortar music stores are facing a difficult holiday season, according to Reuters.

The San Francisco Chronicle ponders the addition of columnists to Google's Orkut.

Dave.org has gathered links to BBC Radio streams.

The Inquirer interviews John Buckman, founder of Magnatune Records.

Hip Hop Blogs is a "group weblog that covers hip-hop music and culture."

The Telegraph's music critics list their top 50 cover songs.

The San Francisco Chronicle talks to the Automator of Handsome Boy Modeling School. "My audience will never say, hey, you're a rock star, you're like Motley Crue. They are music-heads -- more into its appreciation and deconstruction. If they come up to me, it's generally because they have questions about how I do something."

Top of the Pops to move from BBC 1 to BBC 2.


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