- Via Boing Boing, here's a bunch of photographs of artists' workspaces. I've been thinking of putting up some before-and-after pictures of the book room and stuff. Included in this batch of photos is the desk of the woman who makes 30-second remakes of famous movies using bunnies.
- I appreciate Chris Anderson's comments on how different types of metadata are needed for classical music CDs as compared to pop music CDs. Excerpt: But I was interested in Amazon's classical music store for another reason: classical is a genre that the one-size-fits-all music aggregators such as iTunes don't handle particularly well. They're oriented around pop music, with its artist, album, track data format. Meanwhile classical music organizes around composer, conductor, performer, soloist, etc.
- Here's the Dictionary of the History of Ideas.
- I freakin' love this mashup of 1999 and Teenage Wasteland (I know, Baba O'Riley). The link I just posted is the basic version, and the more elaborate version is here.
- Here are a bunch of podcasts of things from last year's Web 2.0 Summit. I listened to a couple the other day; I'll probably listen to some more this weekend.
Labels: Artists, Bunnies, Funny, Ideas, Information, Mashups, Music, Organizing, Prince, The Who