A year or so ago, I was invited to attend a book club. Embarrassingly, I never read any of the books. I found that most of the attendees were interested in music, albums and bands. So maybe we could try an "Album Club" - listen to an album a few times during the month, then discuss it at the next meet up?
Scrobbling my BBC Radio listening on Last.fm
A couple of months ago I’d heard that the BBC Radio Labs had developed a desktop widget that scrobbled the songs you listen to on BBC Radio (currently only available for Radio 1, Radio 2, 6 Music and 1 Xtra) [via Last.fm] I’m not a big fan of gimmicky desktop widgets – it’s bad enough that Vista comes with them as default – some people love them, some hate them… I just prefer less clutter…
iTunes Remote Web Control
rTunes – Control your iTunes library remotely, via a web-interface.
I was generally using my last.fm account to keep stats of the songs/artists that I listen to… I had no interest in the Last.fm player software, as I use iTunes. Today I thought I’d give the Personal radio feature a go… I’ve become addicted, especially with the Discovery Mode enabled!
God Hates Gay Bands!
In this Internet Age of MP3 piracy, parents should keep careful watch over their children’s listening habits, specifically for homosexuality bands. God Hates Gay Bands! [via popbitch] Should I be worried about my listening habits? … and why is Elton John is on their twice? With the second time he’s marked as “really gay“! There is scary people out there kids!