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Stephen Mejias Posted: Oct 06, 2005 2 comments
Ben Krieger keeps an appropriately weird and mysterious blog called Haikutennany: Personal Music Reflections in 17-syllable Bursts.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Oct 05, 2005 7 comments
It seems that the only ordinary thing in life is that we overlook the little wonders around us.
Marcel Wanders
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Oct 04, 2005 4 comments
She nodded her head yes and lied when I asked her if she was alright. Her brown eyes blinked a song in perfect time to keep from letting loose tears. My lovely friend was sad.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Oct 03, 2005 0 comments
Here's one you don't see every day: competing press releases over a store dropping a product line—or vice versa.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Oct 03, 2005 0 comments
Remember that whole "broadcast flag" kerfluffle? Well, it ain't over yet—not if the Home Recording Rights Coalition (HRRC) and the Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF) have anything to say about it. If you don't remember the broadcast flag imbroglio, or if you thought it had been vanquished by the DC Circuit Court in May 2005, here's an update.
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Kalman Rubinson Posted: Oct 02, 2005 0 comments
In a press conference held September 28 at Sony Music Studios on West 54th Street, MusicGiants —see Wes Phillips' earlier story on this company—announced the launch of a new music download service that offers CD-resolution digital recordings from the major artists on the major music labels, EMI, Sony/BMG, Universal, and Warner.
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Jon Iverson Posted: Oct 02, 2005 0 comments
While some are trying to push the quality of paid music downloads up, others are pushing in the other direction. SanDisk, primarily known for flash memory cards used in portable devices like digital cameras, is launching "gruvi," described as "the first removable flash memory card of its type to be sold with premium music content."
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Stereophile Staff Posted: Oct 02, 2005 0 comments
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Jason Victor Serinus Posted: Oct 02, 2005 0 comments
It's not just Katrina and Rita that have devastated the lives of musicians in the Gulf Coast area. The state of the economy, a decrease in services for the poor and marginally employed, the shorter attention span of those weaned on TV and computers, and an ever-increasing emphasis on image and effect over substance have all taken a huge toll on Gulf Coast musicians.

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