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The Split Personality of Paul Gilbert (Remastered) by Paul Gilbert
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My latest Guardian column, "Streaming will never stop downloading," argues against the idea that streaming can "solve the copyright problem" because "no copies are made." This is technically untrue, and the more we pretend it isn't, the worse it will get for us. First of all, while streaming music from Last.fm is a great way to listen to music you haven't discovered yet, there's no reason to believe that people will lose the urge to collect music. Indeed, the record industry seems to have forgotten the lesson of 70 years' worth of radio: people who hear songs they like often go on to acquire those songs for their personal collections. It's amazing to hear record industry executives deny...
To kick off its 40th-anniversary season, Playwrights Horizons announced Tuesday afternoon that it would produce Edward Albee's play "Me, Myself & I" in August.
When asked why he strangled his little brother to death, 17-year old Andrew Conley of Rising Sun, Indiana said: "Like, I had to. It's like when people have something like when they're hungry and there's a hamburger sitting there and they knew they had to have it."...
Your typical holiday card features a quaint photograph of the kids growing older or the family dog in a silly set of reindeer antlers. It's not the kind of thing you feel inspired to keep around after the tree has been chucked. But there are more visually daring cards out there that function as mini works of art. Find 10 of our favorites after the jump. Related posts:
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Two days after he was in a tour bus accident, Rivers Cuomo was said to be "sitting up, talking clearly, reading books and checking the Internet."
I like the art and colors of these Japanese subway posters that remind people to be considerate of others. However, I think it is fun to watch people apply makeup in public. It's like watching someone paint, which I enjoy. Japanese subway etiquette poster campaign Technorati Tags: poster...
Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto sculpts with salt. Hi-Fructose interviewed Yamamoto about his incredibly-intricate, yet temporary, installations. From Hi-Fructose: Salt seems to possess a close relation with human life beyond time and space. Moreover, especially in Japan, it is indispensable in the...
CBS announced on Tuesday that it will cancel the soap opera, which has been on the air for 54 years.