No, Ralphs, Plastic is NOT Fine Edition
Todays links of interest:
- The list-loving music magazine picks the 40 songs "that changed the world" as part of its 40th-birthday celebration
An analysis of Rolling Stone’s latest list and call for suggestions.
- Even CEO Can’t Figure Out How RadioShack Still In Business
Perhaps they’ve used all of those names and addresses that they’ve collected for blackmail purposes? Or maybe there is a shadowy cult of Tandy product buyers.
- Filmmakers, moviegoers cry foul over ratings
The MPAA’s ratings system has been pretty much broken since it debuted in the late 1960s. The question isn’t so much as to whether it can be fixed, but rather if it should be scrapped and replaced with something else entirely.
- Snyder to Bronfman: Pay Me 0M on WMG Deal
In summary, Bronfman too dumb to make deal, but smart enough to stiff the guy with all the brains. Hmm.
- Amazon set to launch online music store
In an attempt to go head-to-head with iTunes, Amazon is trying to convince the labels to let them sell unrestricted MP3 format. *That* would be revolutionary.
- Nigerian ruling party wins presidency
They thank you for all of your email contributions.
- Suburban Scare Story Is Box Office Champ, "Disturbia" Is No. 1 For 2nd Week In A Row
Even in the Spring, when the competition is less fierce, it means something when a movie is #1 for two weeks in a row.
- Apple Rumored to Consider Subscription Service
We’d have to check the official ‘loper archives, but believe this idea was first floated by Kirk as a great way to package television series sold via iTunes.