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October 11, 2005

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Amazon is shipping copies of Jim Greer's new book, Guided by Voices: A Brief History: Twenty-One Years of Hunting Accidents in the Forests of Rock and Roll, which has an official street date of November 9th.


The iWood iPod nano case is elegant.


The I Love Music community lists the most interesting pieces of pop music trivia that you know (that are 100% false).


Stylus remembers this year's Glastonbury Festival.


Salon explains why Oprah's choice of James Frey's A Million Little Pieces was a bad one for her book club (and its readers).


PC Magazine profiles MTV's new college channel, MTVu.

"And we're not going to be playing Britney [Spears] or Christina [Aguilera] here. College kids are into new areas of music, indie-type bands, and whatever. For example, we've been running some Franz Ferdinand [from the U.K.] music videos lately, and we've gotten a great response from the college-age crowd."


John Banville won the Booker Prize with his novel, The Sea.


No Love For Ned has Palaxy Tracks as an in-studio guest on this week's streaming radio show.


New York magazine wonders who author JT LeRoy really is.


Why radio needs to become interactive immediately.


7-Eleven will start selling iPods in Japan.


Cartoons that mention composer Karlheinz Stockhausen


Popmatters chronicles the decline of Elton John.


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