October 24, 2004
Donate $10 to a good cause while you enter this contest, and you could win breakfast with George Jones.
Do some of your conservative friends have a sweet tooth? Get them Star Spangled Ice Cream, with "Nutty Environmentalist," "I Hate The French Vanilla," and "Smaller Governmint" flavors.
Looking to get an iPod for a loved one this Christmas? Act soon, Steve Jobs recently warned, "We've taken our best guess, and we're building a lot, but the demand may be even larger. So if you want to be sure to get an iPod this holiday season, I'd get one soon."
Conor Oberst and Jack White: saviours of songwriting?
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram asks if we are overdocumenting our lives, with personal blogs one example.
The Oregonian is impressed with Ha Jin's new novel, War Trash. "There is a poignant, sometimes alarming irony to this story, coming as it does so soon after reports of Iraqi prisoner abuse by American troops."
The Cincinnati Enquirer reviews Friday night's Guided By Voices show at Southgate House.
The Edmonton Sun loves the new Neko Case live album, The Tigers Have Spoken.
Posted by david on October 24, 2004
There's a good article in this month's Vanity Fair (with Johnny Depp on the cover) by the author of Fast Food nation. It's about the safety failures of America's Beef industry. Worth a look.