Today’s links of interest:
- Jack Is the Decider – How a radio format is a lot like our president
"Playing what we want." As long as it’s on the list of 1,200 songs, all of which you’ve heard 1,200 times before. No thanks.
- Star’s ?View’ adieu askew? Former host says she was pushed out
Her fan is devastated.
- Ethnic group & Trudeau are Poles apart
Totally off-topic, but what the heck. Name a group that Trudeau hasn’t made fun of.
- Veoh Faces Copyright Suit, A Test of Web Video
In other news, Veoh no longer has adult content. Just in case you were wondering.
- Google Goes Shopping With Launch of Google Checkout
Not sure if this is the famed micropayment service we’ve been hearing about or not. But it’s good for PayPal to have competion.
- The Office – Webisode sneak peek
Office Talley is at it again, pointing us to a sneak peak of the upcoming Office webisodes (yes, that’s a word now).
- AOL Launches Lat34.com
AOL goes after the X-Games demographic.
- Radar Magazine Rises From the Ashes Again
If at first you don’t succeed…well, in this case, keep beating an idea to death.
- MTV says it will sell videos on iTunes
Presumably because they can’t figure out how to do the same on the new music service they just launched.
- ReplayTV officially (re)launches
More of a virtual Replay, actually. You’ll need a PC with Windows. What’s the point?
- Art? Or entertainment?
Museums struggle to find their balance as the world of art changes.
- Podcasting After ITunes
Does podcasting have a future? Hmm, the questions we ponder.
- A Belgian Orchestra Puts Itself Up for Sale on eBay
Of course, road trips with a Belgian orchestra would be difficult — have you ever tried to manage the care and feeding of musicians?