Blogs: Source of Business Information  

Be aware of a corporate data spy:
Search tool scans blogs for business [via Anil]


Autcllay he's got it rhigt 

In an article, the beginning and the end are the only two parts that stick in the memory. Here's that principle, applied to individual words: wrod as a wlohe [nickdenton]



Funny RIAA cartoon in the NYTimes. [via Anil]

The Rock History Geeks 

"Joe Lunchpail would say 'Rock Around The Clock' by Bill Haley & His Comets was the first rock single, but that's dead wrong," said Dave Rinkin, a line cook in Chapel Hill, NC, who occasionally writes for Roctober magazine and has a collection of more than 10,000 records. "Haley's song just brought the sound to the mainstream. Anyone who knows anything will say the first single was either Roy Brown's 'Good Rockin' Tonight' or 'Rocket 88' by Jackie Brenston And His Delta Cats."
History Of Rock Written By The Losers [The Onion]


The Star Wars Kid Remix 

Maybe you have already seen it.
But even then check it out again.


Courtney Love by David LaChapelle 

(c) LaChapelle/i-dmagazine.comCourtney Love is back with a photoshooting
by David LaChapelle for I.D. magazine.

[via stereogum]


The Elizabeth Spiers Dispute 

Elizabeth Spiers @ capitalinflux.blogspot.comWell, as this shady blog started off after reading the Spiers' writing, it should be told what media frenzy is happening about & around her right now. Fear is that she will leave the bloggosphere behind. For a broader view on this read Felix Salmon's Brief History of Elizabeth Spiers. And here's what Lizzy says herself. Not to forget the Gothamist commentary featuring a heated debate and a glamorous photo from her college days.


Scarlett Johannsson 

(c) Danielle Levitt For NewsweekGo to and see the latest movie she's in. 'Lost in Translation' is the new picture by Sofia Coppola starring this up-and-coming actrice Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray. This might be the breakthrough year for the 18-year-old actress.
Scarlett Fever [msnbc.com]
An American in Japan, Making a Connection [NYTimes]


conservative view on blogging 

So now even the Europe's political analyst "intelligentisa" newspaper Le Monde Diplomatique have discovered the world of blogging. They have published an entire review on blogging wich sports the usual conservative view.
full article [in german]

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