This is a test of Dreamhost’s new free video conversion and display tool:
It’s time for another recurring series here (see also: beta testing, idea factory, best of). This series is Greatest Lyrics, and it’s pretty straightforward. I’m going to be posting some song lyrics that I think are some of the greatest ever written. I’m not talking overall song quality here- though in most cases, they correlate- …
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you: The most important and awesome site in the history of the internet. (Via Kottke) UPDATE: More!
Check out Billy Bragg’s album, Don’t Try This At Home. It’s amazing.
I’ve been enjoying John Hiatt’s new album, Master of Disaster, lately. In particular, the title track, “Master of Disaster,” is classic Hiatt- great lyrics and and an unmistakable sound. Hiatt’s personal site is here (though its painfully Flash-ishized). If you want to check it out, Amazon is offering a free download of the song “When …
I recently built a free website for my friend and neighbor Andrew Clifford, an excellent musician, producer, and drum instructor. Visit Andrew’s site (he’s got some tracks for sale!), or read more about the project here. You can get news of my latest projects delivered to your RSS reader of choice via this feed.
I got my beta invite to Odeo tonight. Checked it out some, be checking it out even further tomorrow.
Jason Calacanis sat in on a presentation and gives a long, interesting report on the new Odeo “podcasting portal” (my phrase) coming soon from Blogger co-creator Evan Williams and others. Update: Much more on the del.icio.us tag ‘odeo’. Another update: Make magazine has photos, including some screens from the Odeo site/app.
The Garden State soundtrack.
Billy Bragg’s “”Must I Paint You A Picture“” (from Walking & Talking) is one of the best movie-ending-soundtrack-songs ever.