Pitchfork redesigned. I don't know why this is considered better -- it looks more busy and harder to digest. But there oodles of new ads, so that's probably why they redesigned.
Nerdy Wired-ish graphic of the Apple's Tipping Point.
Jay-Zeezer, a mashup of Jay-Z and Weezer. Prediction: after a certain point, the phrase "interesting in theory" takes over this entire genre, and no one ever listens to a mash-up again because everyone just imagines what it will sound like.
Because I know at least one old-school indie rocker still reads this blog: Steve Albini talks about food.
New magazine: JPG Magazine.
New WSJ column, The Numbers Guy, "a new column on the way numbers and statistics are used -- and abused -- in the news, business and politics."
Malcolm Gladwell's book tour dates.
You probably saw the interview where Bill Gates calls the Creative Commons advocates communists, and now Gizmodo asks him to clarify. (There's the funny point at the end where they disagree on agreeing.)
NYT: Google corrects advertisers' grammer.
Mary Lucia posting about the new NPR music station.