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Author Archives: John Fogde

Are blog entries “first drafts”?

I wrote this entry for my own weblog, but figured if I added it here as well it might spark some debate: I’m entering the final phase of the writing process in regards to my weblog paper. I’m five pages shy of reaching the 60 page minimum and I haven’t written a conclusion yet, so meeting the requirement shouldn’t be ... Read More »

Ed Harcourt review

I just came back from seeing Ed Harcourt, who’s touring around Europe, and it was pretty good. I’m not a huge fan nor have I actually gotten around to buying his records. But I have heard them and he’s written some really good songs especially for the first one. Anyway, he played a good show and what was most surprising ... Read More »

Denmark to Conform to EU Copyright Laws

The big story here in Denmark today is that the Danish Parliament has finished a bill, which will make it illegal to make copies of copy protected CDs, DVDs, and computer games and to parallel import (import not using the Danish branch of a company) these items from non EU countries. According to the article passing the bill will be ... Read More »

More on the Danish “pirate” situation

After reading Eric’s entry about file sharing in Denmark I decided to write an entry for my own weblog, which I figured some of you might want to read as well. Once again something is rotten in the state of Denmark. A couple of weeks ago it was revealed that something called The Anti Pirate Group had sent out bills ... Read More »

The Czars Live

Last night I went down to see The Czars at Voxhall in Aarhus, Denmark and unsurprisingly the place was more than half empty. And it seemed like a lot of people had shown up to see local act Yellowish and not the main act. But it was a good show all the same. Singer John Grant is a big Shannon ... Read More »

The Raveonettes: Whip It On

The garage rock revival has gotten so much press the last year that critics have had to invent the term New Garage to keep track of bands like The Strokes and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. But before you decide to jump off this already overhyped bandwagon and go searching for the next big thing you should definitely check out The Raveonettes. ... Read More »