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January 13, 2005

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Newsday talks to Oliver Wang of Soul Sides about "audioblogs."

Gratis officially has promotion sites up for the free Mac Mini and free iPod Shuffle.

The Black and Blue Album is a mashup of Jay Z and Weezer (Jay-Zeezer).

The Wall Street Journal's Walter Mossberg test drives the iPod Shuffle and reports it exceeded Apple's claims for battery life, convenience, and song capacity.

Steve Albini talks food.

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer previews the first Blog Business Summit.

The New York Times outlines the paperback plans for Bill Clinton's memoir.

The Hives' Pelle Almqvist talks to the Las Vegas Mercury. "Basically, rock music in America still sounds pretty much the same, that low baritone style of singing and whining about your upbringing. So, there's still work to be done."

One of my favorite sites, Jessa Crispin's Bookslut, gets some well-deserved praise in the Chicago Tribune.

RA interviews Miss Kittin.

Belle & Sebastian named best Scottish band of all time in a public poll.

North Carolina Bloggers are gathering in February for the Triangle Bloggers Conference 2005.

Austin's KGSR lists the results of their 2004 music poll.

Paul Nixon has created a chart, "Apple's Tipping Point: Macs For The Masses."

The New York Post profiles OverheardInTheOffice.com, which launched yesterday.

The Vancouver Sun profiles music downloaders and examine peer-to-peer downloading's effect on the music industry.


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