Jeremy Wright's book on blog marketing covers all the bases, and then some.
Triplett, unfortunately, tends to toss every allegation, substantiated or not, into the same pot, leaving the reader to sort it all out
Her name is Sugar, yet she is not sweet; she is not going to dissolve as rain falls upon her.
Ann Wilson gives her brooding crush an ultimatum in the emotional "Never."
LeAnn Rimes embarks on a cross-country trip to regain her confidence.
Time and time again Rush excel in both the live and recorded setting. R:30 celebrates a band that is stronger now than they were in their selling prime.
It's a celebration! Happy Jive Turkey Day, Happy First Birthday to Canhead Records blog, and a Happy Festivus for the rest of us!
Woody Guthrie champions Sacco and Vanzetti and decries the system that put them to death.
Moldover proves that you can never have too many DJs with a promising live DJ set/CD.
Johnny Cash – Legend, indeed.
The band carelessly forgot to write even one decent song.
Don't buy Blues Guitar Women for its title, buy it because it has amazing music on it.
Rivers Cuomo and his girlfriend relax on their vacation in the leisurely "Island In The Sun."
A nice idea, but it never should have happened.
Sadly and undeservedly overshadowed by King Kong.
Hey, ABC programmers: "Write this down. E. M. E. T. I. B. Got it? Now, reverse it."
Some traditions sneak up on you
Today is Thanksgiving and the Honolulu Advertiser published two pages of letters to the editor from local people telling what they are thankful for. The names of the letter-writers have their own stories to tell. Their names represent the story of Hawaii. Indeed, theyare Hawaii.
I wanted to write something thoughtful to mark this day...
When Brutus Jones swaggers muscularly on to the stage, revealing the nature of his regime, built entirely on brutality and bombast, recent parallels are obvious.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 24, 2005
I was treated to my 21 month old godson singing Monty Python, "Always look on the bright side of life."
I have always known that, at some point, an Arab nation would be pushed to the point of saying, "Enough!"
It’s time make note of all the things for which we are thankful.
The tutorial conveys the sense that changes are coming and what the likely dimensions of those changes will be.
Will technology eat us alive?