Monday, September 27, 2010

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Some weird, perhaps unexpected things happening with big internet players:
AOL in Talks to Acquire TechCrunch ::: Techcrunch was founded by blogger Michael Arrington in 2005 and has grown into one of the most influential blogs in Silicon Valley, covering tech-industry ... and ...
Microsoft Dumps Live Spaces for WordPress ::: The partnership will allow Windows Live Spaces customers to upgrade to, let WordPress users notify friends about blog posts via Messenger...

Videoshoots, present and past: Nicki Minaj x Will I Am, Waka Flocka and vintage Jay-Z - MTV was on hand at the video shoot for Will.I.Am & Nicki Minaj’s collabo “Check It Out”. This one will be included on Pink Friday Nov. 2rd.
Min also blogs that Rihanna was in Manhattan over the weekend to shoot her latest music video for “What’s My Name” --- Min writes "... all signs say it will be the 2nd single from her upcoming album Loud," the fifth studio album by the Barbadian R&B singer. Release date: November 12 on Def Jam Recordings. Recording sessions began in February 2010 and concluded during August 2010.

New York Magazine posts an article about Nick Denton ::: "The Demon Blogger of Fleet Street"

CBS-TV offers full-length eps of NCIS and other hits...

Tweets For Sale! USD $100,000 - Buy Now! - Nope, not a mis-type! Twitter is now offering "Promoted Tweets," where marketers pay to have their messages listed...

Listen to the Banned is a music CD bringing together musicians who have been banned, censored or imprisoned due to their music. It features artists from Afghanistan, Cote D’Ivoire, Iran, Israel, Lebanon, Pakistan, Palestine, Sudan, Turkey, Uighurstan and Zimbabwe.

Listen To The Banned (bannedartists) on Twitter

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