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October 10, 2005

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iAttire offers Halloween costumes for your iPod.


Stylus plays god with Dylan's Time Out of Mind album.


Some Japanese record labels want an "iPod tax."


The British government pledges to help indie music.


The Guardian interviews poet Helen Farish.


Popmatters makes their full report from the Austin City Limits Festival.


John Peel's music collection, containing 26,000 LPs, 40,000 singles and 40,000 CDs could be saved as a British national treasure.


Poem of the day: Frank O'Hara's "Why I Am Not a Painter."


The New York Times says, "forget blogs, we need an iPod for print."


Colin McAdam won Canada's 2004 First Novel Award for his novel, .


The Hollywood Reporter reviews Friday's Franz Ferdinand show, calling it "Franz-tastic."


The Independent lists rockers who have dabbled in classical music forms.


Jad Fair will record a song for you (for $300).


Apple may sell 10 million iPod nanos this quarter.


Daylle Deanna Schwartz has a website of interest to indie musicians for her book, I Don't Need A Record Deal.


Join the World Rock Paper Scissors Society.


Every weekday, Athens Music makes me wish I lived in the UGA college town.


Catch My Morning jacket and Kathleen Edwards live tonight courtesy of NPR.



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