Remaindered Links for 31 August 2007
An Open Letter to NBC re: Leaving Apple’s iTunes Store | What has become apparent is that some media companies get it, and some don’t. NBC/Universal is obviously one that doesn’t. They are thinking about pulling out after supposedly demanding $4.99 a TV show. Jeremy Horwitz summed it up pretty well: You idiots. You already give it away for free. People already TiVO and skip the commercials. Grow up.
8 Important Lessons Learned from ’80s Cartoons | Such gems as “communism works”, “spinach is good for you”, “if we’re not careful, robots will kill us all” and “April O’Neil is really hot.” I now want to go buy the entirety of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and oogle an 80s cartoon icon.
Sony Ericsson Talks About PlayStation Phone | Should be out by Christmas! Just… not, um… this Christmas.
Blog Comments In The Real World: Video Style | Really, quite accurate. I have only one thing to say… FIRST!
Sigur RÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â³s Film | Sigur RÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â³s put out a film about going home to play small shows for local people and get back to their roots.
Early Version of "Round Here" | Adam Duritz had a band before Counting Crows called “The Himalayans” which definitely reminds me a bit of the early 90s, specifically the band Candlebox. The MySpace has the version of “Round Here” that was made before Counting Crows came together.
New Counting Crows Song "Cowboy" | This is the new jam from the forthcoming Counting Crows double album. And it sounds pretty good. A little more Recovering The Satellites as opposed to some of the more recent stuff.
Juliana’s DC Political Statement | Brilliant trashscape of a potential future of DC.