Why you won't and shouldn't pay for news online →
Great analysis from Google economist Hal Varian about why you won’t pay for news online. It’s not the tired old argument that says, “people won’t pay for something they’ve gotten in the past for free.” Instead he uses analytics to come up with a much more relevant and contextually provable reason. It turns out, that compared with Web search access, Google...
Artist: Johnny Cash Song: Me and Bobby McGee...
An artist’s only concern is to shoot for some kind of perfection, and on his own...– ~J.D Salinger (via theimpossiblecool)
ArpLine - Fold Up LIke a Piece of Paper Saw these guys open for Oh no Ono and Bear in Heaven last night. They were a great surprise. I love when the opener you’ve never heard of is just as good as the bands you came to see. Crazy they are unsigned, I doubt it will be that way much longer.
Tonight Bear in Heaven plays at Mercury Lounge. I’m taking my flip cam to see how it performs. Bear In Heaven
Song: Location Artist: Freelance Whales Reason:...
Me as Avatar…not a very good looking one. Notice the gross mustache.
Artist: Woods Song: The Number Album: Songs of...
The biggest problem with industry today is the obsession with growth over other...– Q&A with Robert Ayers co-author of ‘Crossing the Energy Divide’ - Green Inc. Blog - NYTimes.com
Pitchfork: Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne Takes a Bath... →
Click to “embiggen” Wayne Coyne is a fantastic musician and an even stranger person. You can see him taking a bath on Google’s streetview of his house in OKC. Being a native of Oklahoma I can personally attest to the odd fondness that even the most straight-laced residents of OKC have for him and The Flaming Lips.
Stowe VT →
Stowe VT sunset. Had a great MLK weekend skiing in Vermont. Most underrated state in the US.
The Fantastic Mr. Anderson Acceptance speech from Wes Anderson for an award he received for the Fantastic Mr. Fox. Of course he did it in stop motion animation.
The Most Ridiculous Names to Appear on The Simpsons - Original - Gawker.TV I reference The Simpsons on a daily basis. Large portions of my sense of humor are owed to this show. I hope they go for another 450 episodes.