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25 million iTunes downloads: portent to CD death?

Now that it appears legal online music services are here to stay, is it time to ponder the future of CDs? Read More »

Mission possible: Alias Season 1

For those that love the spy show genre how does the TV series Alias measure up to shows like Mission Impossible and 24? Read More »

Death of the guitar solo? Pat Benatar: Go

Is Pat Benatar's new CD Go a great example of why today most of the famous 80's rock acts have been relegated to playing casinos, lounge gigs and obscure county fairs instead of huge auditoriums? Read More »

Review: Nothing So Strange – Bill Gates fictionally assassinated

Bill Gates is reportedly upset over this controversial mockumentary created by fellow blogcritic Brian Flemming, but should he be, really? Find out in this review. Read More »

Napster Returns from the Dark Side: Version 2.0 Review

Napster has now returned officially, legally, but is Napster 2.0 any good? Find out reading this detailed review with screenshots. Read More »

Evidence of compelling Blogcritics characters

The cast: Eric & Dawn Olsen, Phillip Winn, Al Barger, The Theory, Marty Dodge, Jim Carruthers, Brian Flemming, Chris Arabia, Mac Diva, Natalie Davis, Tom Johnson, Mark Saleski, Mike, Hal Pawluk, James Russell, Steve Rhodes, Murphy Horner, TDavid Read More »

Rhapsody better online music model than iTunes?

Is iTunes the equivalent of the 30 second teaser? Rhapsody offers more flexibility for those with multiple computers and the ability to build playlists online that can be listened to anywhere online but requires a monthly subscription fee. Is the Rhapsody model, which includes the ability to burn music, better than iTunes? Read More »

Kelly Osbourne duet with Ozzy: Changes

Sabbath fans will truly turn paranoid after hearing this. Read More »

Review: Soap Season 1

The most controversial sitcom soap ever? Soap broke down many taboo topics with a clever blend of humor and humanity. How does it make the transition to DVD some 20+ years later? Read More »

ALA’s 100 most challenged/banned books

While the RIAA is waging war against filetraders, another battle continues on in the libraries across America: book challenges and banning. This week, September 20 – 27 is the American Library Association (ALA) banned books week and it seemed appropriate to do a little research on what books have been challenged and/or banned from libraries across the United States. Though ... Read More »