Who knew? According to the New York Times, people are listening to a lot less radio than they were ten years ago. It surprises me that they’re still listening at all. But apparently, radio has slipped a lot more when it comes to college graduates: Over the last decade, college graduates ages 25-54, who make … Continue reading Some People Still Listen to Radio
The continuing fascination with making mixes leads to the creation of playlists and further distracts this writer from reality. Somewhere, Alan Hunter is laughing.
Daily Show correspondent Rob Corrdry Rob Corrdry puts his iPod on shuffle and exposes his inner indie rocker: “I hate that Weezer hates Pinkerton. That’s my favorite Weezer disc, and I hate that they won’t play it live. It just makes me hate them.” Pavement, Barlow, Gerbils, Low? Dude’s a regular music snob geek! Via … Continue reading Random Rules: Rob Corrdry’s iPod on Shuffle
What do you do when you plunk down several hundred dollars on media players that shit out on you within 18 months? The only thing we, the people, can do in Corporate Amerika: Complain.
Audiophiles Become Ipodiophiles: “The quality of the components used in the iPod are on the same level as low- to medium-priced audiophile gear. From the audio standpoint, iPod makes a very good source.” The iMod hack seems a little bulky for the commute though…
Apple v Apple, Round 2: John Lennon invented the iPod! Who knew? Via sg.
The RIAA now says ripping CDs to your iPod is not Fair Use. Rip this, motherfucker.
Battle for the Soul of the MP3 Phone – How the cell carriers, the record labels, the handset makers, and Apple sabotaged the ROKR.
Apple iTunes phone due to launch – Stick a camera in it, and we’ll have everything we need in a single gadget. Next step: implant it in my forehead. Update: Why it sucks.
Today’s iPod lineup, and you – iPodlounge covers the new prices and new products and what’s been discontinued. RIP: old b&w iPod.