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Rex Sorgatz

Idea: a chain of popup stores. (I don't know what it even means, but it seems like everything is now either a chain or a popup store.)

jan 26
2004

i like ****ing

Will. Not. Link. To. Dean. Parody.
Or. Outkast. Parody.
Will not.
Good boy.
We're back on the air, America.

FILM

 Kill Bill Vol. 2 trailer is all meta.

TV

 VH1 has a new show called Best Show Ever that's like The Daily Show. Or something. The blog is better.

WORDS

 Amy Sedaris interviewed in Onion A/V Club.

 Amy's Robot has audio of Thomas Pynchon's "appearance" on The Simpson's last night.

POLITICS

 Totally old news, but gotta catch up from last week: Wonkette is to DC politics as Gawker is to NYC media. Ana Marie Cox is the editor, so it should be a good.

 Amazon is doing presidential campaign contributions. NPR story. Includes contributions raised through the service: Dean, $3,042.25; Kerry, $6,560.00.

 Times Mag finally addresses copyright.

 From AOL/Time, one of those candidate matching tools.

TECH

 Google enters social software scene with Orkut and MyYahoo adds an RSS aggregator.

 The guy who pretty much invented Winamp, Shoutcast, and Gnutella oddly chooses Rolling Stone to finally accept an interview. (Update: It looks like he just quit AOL.)

LIFESTYLE

 No wonder I like fucking.

 HowWasShe.com. Exactly what you'd think. Let the controversy begin.

 Neil Strauss must be slumming it. He's in the Times Style section talking about sleazy pickup artists.

 If Ikea were a videogame.

MUSIC

 Best. Thread. Ever. I like "Rough Guide to Italian Hip-Hop" and "Rough Guide to Harpsichord Pop."

 A headline that seems like is should've been written about 2.8 zillion years ago: Steve Albini interviews Mission of Burma.

LOCAL

 All the hanger-ons are now gonna be pestering us as Dara praised our favorite hang-out, Psycho Suzi's, last week.




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