Archive for November, 2005

The Music Press Report: So You Want To Be a Music Journalist?

November 30, 2005

The Music Press Report: So You Want To Be a Music Journalist?

Posted: November 29th, 2005, 2:44am PST by greasyguide
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The Music Press Report: So You Want To Be a Music Journalist?

The Music Press Report: So You Want To Be a Music Journalist?

November 30, 2005

The Music Press Report: So You Want To Be a Music Journalist?

Posted: November 29th, 2005, 2:44am PST by greasyguide
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The Music Press Report: So You Want To Be a Music Journalist?

Gizmodo Arts and Crafts Hour

November 29, 2005

Gizmodo Arts and Crafts Hour

Archivado: noviembre 7, 2005, 4:15pm Hora est. de Sudamérica E.
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Tired of all those ugly cables snaking behind your entertainment system? Try turning that electrical octopus into BLESS cable jewelry. This is a kit that comes with all kinds of fashionable accouterments to turn your schmutz into gold pretty jewelry. It comes with materials like crystals, fur, pearls, lace and wooden cubes. If only the Dead were still touring, man, I could sell these from a dirty Mexican blanket in the parking lot and get real paid.

Cable Jewelry [Sensory Impact]

AMD dealers complain about limited Opteron warranties

November 28, 2005

AMD dealers complain about limited Opteron warranties

Posted: November 28th, 2005, 7:48pm CST
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AMD dealers complain about limited Opteron warranties

Pong clock plays one round of Pong every 60 secs

November 26, 2005

Pong clock plays one round of Pong every 60 secs

Posted: Nov 25th by Cory Doctorow
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Cory Doctorow:

The Pong Clock from Buro Vormkrijgers plays games of Pong that last for exactly one minute each, with alternating sides winning. The clock in the middle keeps time/score.
Link (Buro Vormkrijgers site, 10MB Quicktime video)
(via Digg)

ITMS Moving Up The Sales Charts

November 26, 2005

ITMS Moving Up The Sales Charts

Posted: Nov 26th by Zonk
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Kyusaku Natsume writes “According to the NPD Group, Apple’s iTunes music store has sold more music than Tower Records and Borders in the US, based on sales and download figures for July, August and September.” From the article: “At seventh equal in the chart was iTunes, up seven places on the same period last year. Both Tower Records and Borders slipped a place to seven and nine respectively. Russ Crupnick, music and movies industry analyst for NPD, said he would not be surprised if iTunes was to continue to climb the charts, especially in the run-up to Christmas when iPods are high are many present lists.”

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November 26, 2005

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