Last year, I went as the little AOL guy for Halloween. Yeah, him: This year? I'm going as a Spam Filter. My nerd is bigger than yours.
BLOGGERS GONE MAINSTREAM
Couple things I missed from earlier this week:
Ana Marie Cox got a six-figure book deal (third item).
Suicide Girls interviews Sarah Michelle Gellar.
What do you think Pitchfork gave the Pavement re-release? Crooked 10.0.
The Wired Creative Common is out. Track list.
I'm not sure why, but Alex Ross posted his piece about Radiohead from 2001 that ran in the New Yorker. And I'm not sure why I'm telling you either, other than it's sorta memorable. (Another flashback: Thom Yorke and Howard Zinn hang.)
Stereogum crafts some Ashlee Simpson tees.
Yeah, he was on 60 Minutes last week too.
Did anyone else notice the city has been lighter ever since the Wilco show? I didn't even go, but I feel like everyone's walking around in some sort of happy-stoned-haze.