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February 23, 2005

Shorties

Seattle Weekly examines the way the music industry is changing locally and globally.

Flak Magazine compares tell-all baseball books old and new: Jim Bouton's Ball Four and Jose Canseco's Juiced.

Former Libertine Pete Doherty fought onstage with his Babyshambles guitarist yesterday (and looks a little like a troubled Elijah Wood in the accompanying photo).

Forbes predicts that iTunes will have a "noticeable effect" on Apple's earnings.

The Telegraph examines the "crossover" phenomenon of children recommending books to their parents.

Fontleech is "the free type blog."

An FIU Beacon reporter goes to a Wilco show and a Jimmy Buffet concert breaks out.

Rolling Stone reviews the new Clem Snide record, End of Love.

Think Secret forecasts today's new iPod announcement by Apple.

Neko Case talks to the Lexington Herald-Leader. "The people in my songs aren't me. They have some of my experience, for sure, but I never make them fully autobiographical."

Tegan and Sara will open the second leg of the Killers North American tour.

Newsday loves the new Antony and the Johnsons album, I Am a Bird Now.

"That Pepsi girl" has a website.

What's Playing on George W. Bush's iPod?

The National Post profiles food blogger Clotilde Dusoulier.

Customize your iPod Shuffle with vinyl stickers.

The Guardian lists the ten greatest rock and roll myths.

Nostalgic for arcade sounds? Visit the Arcade Ambience Project.

Cake & Polka Parade is the definition of an eclectic mp3 blog.

I really want to see The Devil and Daniel Johnston.

Secret Machines guitarist Ben Curtis talks to Flagpole. "It's easy to think that you're so weird and so far out, but seeing [our video] on MTV, we realized, 'Wow, we're really not so left of center. This is something that is valid and contemporary and it's pushing things forward.' I don't think it's really that alienating in the way some music can be. I guess it was really nice to see that we're not as odd as we thought we were."

The winners of the Bush Raps (Re)Mix Contest.

Wired News profiles bloggers who have quit their day jobs and now blog full-time.

The Boston Globe reviews Decemberists' frontman Colin Meloy's Monday performance.

Singer-songwriter Cass McCombs is interviewed by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.


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