So, the US iTunes Music Store has nothing by The Housemartins, why not try the UK store? Bang, more Housemartins than one would ever want, wonderful. I was ready to pay the slightly inflated £0.79 (USD 1.49) for the song, but wait, I don’t have a UK music store account and I can’t create one without a UK billing address. What a crock! One would think that Apple and the record companies would be more than willing to sell music to whomever is willing to pony up the bucks (or quid), but apparently that is not the case.
Go to bloglines (don’t think you need to have an account). Find your own blog on bloglines (if it’s not there you can sign up and add it I guess, if you don’t have a blog this one’s not for you). Click related feeds (each time you click they may change slightly). Post the top 5 (or more) on your blog.
Here’s the top 10 for this site:
- Dave Shea’s mezzoblue
- Wired News
- Aaron Swartz: The Weblog
- Lessig Blog
- Jeffrey Zeldman Presents: The Daily Report
- Scott McMullan: ehick
Unlike Simon, I am not subscribed to any of these feeds. I’ll have to check them out.
Who’s keeping an eye out to make sure that no one comes along and sets fire to important subway equipment? Well, when they’re not watching Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, the transit police are doing a bang up job. Could pictures like the one posted on Gawker be the real reason behind the MTA Photo Ban?
via Matt Law