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June 14, 2005

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No Love For Ned has Chicago's Lesser Birds of Paradise as an in-store guest this week on his radio show.


The Village Voice's Michael Musto explains why Michael Jackson beat it, beat it (that's his joke).


i.am.large offers the text of "great poems, speeches, rants, philosophical doctrines, aphorisms and more" for your iPod.


Bookslut's Jessa Crispin explains how The Daily Show does the book thing right in the Book Standard.

Knit your iPod a sock with this pattern. Not a knitter? Let Frosty Cream Clothing outfit your iPod with an iPod Cozy Cutie.


When will Bishop Allen release the successor to their wonderful Charm School album? (several mp3's from their debut album)


Author Haruki Murakami talks to the New York Times.

"References such as Colonel Sanders or Johnnie Walker are in a way Western and everybody tends to fix their eyes on that," he said. "But as for the essence of a story, my stories have strong Japanese or Oriental elements. I think the structure of my stories is different from so-called Western stories."


The Guardian warns that iPods can be tools for corporate fraud and espionage.


DJ/Rupture steps in for the June installment of the Lemon-Red mix series.


For the true fans of Katamari Damacy: Katamari hats!


"The Hamster" is Poe's "The Raven" given a Lord of the Rings makeover.


X frontman, singer-songwriter and actor John Doe talks to Inside Bay Area.


CNET lauds the formation of American Association of Independent Labels, a collection of indie music labels.

np: Edith Frost - Telescopic


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