I’ve switched jobs within my company and now “enjoy” a three hour commute to Cambridge and back a couple of days a week. The drive is a pain in the butt, quite literally. Enough so that I’ve swapped my Audi A4, with its cool but lower-back-straining bucket seats, for a Prius, which has much more
Like a lot of people, I keep a list of Favorite songs on my iPod. At the moment it totals 97 songs. It’s not literally every favorite in my collection. I’ve mainly added to the list when I’ve heard something I really like, so it’s by no means definitive. And it is focused on more
I’ve been messing around with listening to Podcasts now for about 6 months. They appeal to me because they are so fresh, but most of them don’t really meet the “bite size” criteria that I think you need for media on the go. Most of the time I use my iPod to fill a short
I’m not sure if there’s a catch, but Amazon’s Free Music Downloads page seems pretty cool. Tracks from Moby, Bloc Party, Yo La Tengo etc…
Another video from The Magic Numbers‘ gig I attended at the Borderline in London. This time the song is Mule. Windows Media Player: Hi| Lo
Yes.net provides listings of songs played on radio stations, with times when they were broadcast. This page, for example, gives the list of songs played on KEXP in Seattle, this morning from 6:32am. I looked this up at about 11:30am Seattle time, so I guess there’s a litsings lag of about 5 hours.
Stephanie, my sister in law, has got her CD, “Home”, available online. She writes beautiful, personal folk songs performed simply with vocals and a guitar. Oh, and to add to that, I did the CD art, the cover of which is a sunset shot from my old house in Kirkland.