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webuiltthiscity:

We’re excited that For the Record is making its BFF.fm radio debut this morning at 9:30, right after Roll Over Easy! Listen at http://bff.fm or use the Soundtap mobile app and choose the BFF.fm channel. Many thanks to Burrito Justice for putting it together and to Cosmic Amanda for letting us join the BFF family.

webuiltthiscity:

We’re excited that For the Record is making its BFF.fm radio debut this morning at 9:30, right after Roll Over Easy! Listen at http://bff.fm or use the Soundtap mobile app and choose the BFF.fm channel. Many thanks to Burrito Justice for putting it together and to Cosmic Amanda for letting us join the BFF family.

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Neko had just started making music, and I thought I’d found this buried treasure, this diamond in the rough. I thought, “My friend Neko’s an amazing singer, I’ve got to have her sing in my band.” And it just went from there. I remember playing it for Neko a long time ago, and being a little embarrassed. I think it’s that embarrassed feeling anybody feels when they put themselves out there. Like, I said, “Hey Neko, here’s a song I wrote. It’s probably really shitty, but I want you to sing it.” And I remember that nervous feeling, like Neko was gonna say “I hate your song. And I don’t wanna play in a band with you.”

An Annotated Media Guide To The New Pornographers’ A.C. Newman - Stereogum

 

wolverxne:

Photographer Tatsuro Shimono captured these photographs of the adorable Red Foxes at the Zao Fox Village near Shiroishi in Japan.

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Patrick, the world’s oldest living wombat, turned 29 today!

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Patrick, the world’s oldest living wombat, turned 29 today!

 

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The future of print remains what? Try to imagine a world where the future of print is unclear: Maybe 25 year olds will start demanding news from yesterday, delivered in an unshareable format once a day. Perhaps advertisers will decide “Click to buy” is for wimps. Mobile phones: could be a fad. After all, anything could happen with print. Hard to tell, really.

Last Call — Medium

 

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