What is the ugliest album cover of all time? Blogcritics.org has some candidates.
We're taking suggestions, too.
Or, as the weekend approaches and our tail lights fade:
Groove to Darth Vadar DJ. (via Pencopal's Project)
Root for Darth Vadar on Wheel of Fortune (via MSNBC's Clicked)
Stump Darth Vadar (rec by Jason Connell) He's very good. Guessed neutron star, yak and bottle of wine. Missed blood. But he learns!
From the U.S. Social Realism Department, this plea for compassionate vigilism is posted on Maryland trains headed to D.C.
What's that song? Ask no more. When you're driving and hear a song you'd like to have, forget about jotting down the name of that tune. Just call this toll-free number, punch in the radio station's call letters, and a message awaits you with a link to buying the song online.
Download Daily Show bits -- well, only the "progressive ones," at CommonBits.com. Downside: must use BitTorrent, which requires its own software.
On Wednesday news spread that a Bach aria, missing for 300 years, was found in a box of birthday cards in a Leipzig, Germany building. Late that evening, after NPR "music detectives" pieced together seven lines of the score from media photos, the aria was heard once again. Listen to a soprano and harpsichordist's performance of a piece silenced for three centuries.
And finally, an image so provocative, so disturbing, that discretion counsels that we post it below the fold ...
Famous people playing table tennis. Ping pong, Si, Castro No!