Monthly Archives: July 2004

Bush & Kerry Sing ‘This Land is Your Land’

If you need a good laugh check out Bush and Kerry singing ‘This Land is Your Land’.

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Check Out Inertia by Montrose

I just got an email about a friend-of-a-friend’s new CD. It’s by a musician out of Dallas, TX., called Montrose. I just listened to samples from the CD on his site and I was impressed with what I heard. Go … Continue reading

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Anil Makes it Plain to the Search Optimization Crew

Anil Dash just wrote a little something about the SEO contest he won. The best part is this quote: There’s a part of me that’s always felt that, if you’re a professional at a certain trade, and I can come … Continue reading

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Barack Obama: A Star is Born

I missed Obama’s speech live but was moved to find a link to it after reading all the raves about it on the convention bloggers’ sites. (Here’s the link to video of Obama’s keynote address[Real] and links to Windows Media: … Continue reading

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Check Out ‘Trading Spouses’

I caught the encore presentation of the first episode of Fox’s new show ‘Trading Spouses‘ last night and I’m hooked. Here’s a little bit about the first ‘trade’ (via Culture Critic Seeks Home) As a budding anthropologist, I could not … Continue reading

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Halle, Halle, Halle…

I’ve been a fool. For years I’ve been saying that Halle Berry was pretty, beautiful, fine, cold-blooded, fire as hell (as my old college roommate would say), etc., but that despite all of that she had little sex appeal. My … Continue reading

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Speaking of Documentaries…

A friend of mine just recommended ‘The Corporation‘.to me. After seeing the trailer its definitely on my list. Here’s what it’s about: One hundred and fifty years ago, the corporation was a relatively insignificant entity. Today, it is a vivid, … Continue reading

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‘Fahrenheit’ Sets Record for Documentaries

‘Fahrenheit 9/11‘ just broke the $100 million mark, setting a new record for a documentary. I just heard a report on CNN’s ‘The Biz’ which said that Michael Moore pointed out that ‘Fahrenheit’ has now made more than any Disney … Continue reading

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Technorati’s Convention Bloggers Coverage

Technorati, which is sporting a new design, has a new feature which is tracking the Democratic convention bloggers, as well as other bloggers from the Right and the Left. It’s formatted in a 3 column layout a la WatchBlog. It … Continue reading

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Diggin’ in the Crates: Some Brazilian Music

I’m finally getting around to doing the Radio.Blog post I got inspired to do back when I wrote about the Brazilian music guides. There’s a variety of styles here from: Samba Reggae, MPB (Brazilian Popular Music), Axé, Samba, Hip Hop, … Continue reading

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