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December 8, 2004

Shorties

From Bubblegum To Sky drops by No Love For Ned's weekly radio show this week for an acoustic set.

Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers published his version of the family Christmas letter, most notably announcing a DBT live DVD in spring of next year.

Stylus lists their top 40 singles of 2004.

Lo-fi herald Heraclitus Sayz is now master of his own domain, stop by for interviews with Devendra Banhart, the Arcade Fire and the Walkmen.

The Morning News lists their 2004 Good Gift games Guide, including a personal favorite, Carcassonne.

Chapel Hill's WXYC is offering a downloadable CD to celebrate their 10th anniversary of webcasting. Check out some new music and celebrate this wonderful station.

The iPod Tiny looks very cool.

The Radford University Tartan lists their best and worst of 2004, including "Frank Ferdinand."

Bill Clinton, Grammy nominee

Bjork flipbooks

CNN offers their version of the indie fan's holiday wish list.

The Times Online gives the Secret Machines album 4 out of five stars.

The Independent calls podcasting "the people's radio."

Yo La Tengo has announced some of their special guests for Hanukkapaolooza (some dates still have tickets available).

Forbes imagines an iPod challenger.

Business Week asks, what are you getting your iPod for the holidays?

Wilco has announced some 2005 dates:
FEB-08 CHAMPAIGN, IL FOELLINGER AUDITORIUM
FEB-09 COLUMBUS, OH WEXNER CENTER
FEB-11 CINCINNATI, OH TAFT THEATRE
FEB-12 MEMPHIS, TN ORPHEUM THEATRE
FEB-13 BIRMINGHAM, AL ALABAMA THEATRE
FEB-15 ORLANDO, FL HOUSE OF BLUES
FEB-16 TAMPA, FL TAMPA BAY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
FEB-17 POMPANO BEACH, FL POMPANO BEACH AMPHITHEATRE
FEB-18 SAVANNAH, GA SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN
FEB-19 MYRTLE BEACH, SC HOUSE OF BLUES
FEB-21 CHARLOTTE, NC OVENS AUDITORIUM
FEB-23 WASHINGTON DC 9:30 CLUB
FEB-24 WASHINGTON DC 9:30 CLUB
FEB-25 CLEVELAND, OH HOUSE OF BLUES

Yet another example of the iPod economy: ipod my photo.

OpenSource Shakespeare offers the complete works of William Shakespeare, fully readable and searchable online. The interweb is truly a wonderful thing.

Engadget offers plans for a do-it-yourself milk jug iPod case.

The Chicago Tribune explores the world of blogs with financial advice.


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