Lost somewhere in the rolling hills of Tennessee, David R Perry can occasionally be found doing dark, unspeakable things to words. Printed words, spoken words, electronically mangled words... really any kind but twittered words.
The first season has star power, smart writing, and the always enjoyable banter of its famous host.
I want to personally celebrate a different sort of Top 10. These are ten of my favorite albums, that have been with me for ten years or more. Yours is a great list too. In fact, post it up.
The King of Trance is back with the long overdue followup to his excellent debut mix set. And this new one is even better.
If Linux is your day job, or you're an adventurous hobbyist, this is what you'll need around more than any other reference material.
Ideally geared for complete newbies to Linux, who need a book that is reference source and overall operation manual.
Alex Gold brings his finely-honed dance production skills to an enjoyable first artist album, Back From A Break.
Pictures, the latest album from techno master Timo Maas, gives you the feeling that you're being offered a cheap cigarette in a darkened alley, and not taking it is not an option.
If you're needing to get started with Linux, grab a beer and settle in with a copy of this manual.
As the side project of Something Corporate's Andrew McMahon, Jack's Mannequin is sure to please old fans as well win over some new converts. Because it's actually better.
Faith is the subject of a new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center. After polling a group of 2,000 Americans, the survey came to the conclusion that America is much more in the median than the talking heads of the major networks will probably let on.