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December 28, 2004


Popular Science asks a geek (Dave Winer), "What is podcasting?"

The Cincinnati Enquirer recounts unlikely book best-sellers of 2004.

The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg offers an iPod user's guide.

Massive is a math and science song database that also offers a streaming radio station.

Bloggers are providing first-hand news of the tsunami disaster.

Always worthy of a bookmark: the Billboard top 20 independent albums.

ffwd lists their top 10 net album releases of 2004. I'll be checking these out, having only heard the Edith Frost demos (which I strongly recommend).

Music from the OC lists songs featured in the series and the relevant scene info.

Just Concerts offers a Leslie Feist streetside solo show.

The Philadelphia Inquirer covers the trends in 2004's music.

Bruce Bartlett highlights bloggers covering economics and tax policy issues.

Birmingham, Alabama is the #18 "most literate" city in the United States.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports that "the dumb came to the fore in '04."

TV Guide interviews international pop sensation William Hung.

Business Week profiles indie label Subway Records.

Two Jerusalem Post music critics offer their top ten albums of 2004.

The Seattle Times examines the world of vinyl record collecting.

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