In this installment of the Technology and the Arts podcast, we share some interesting news, web sites and online resources we have come across recently, including Flickr’s addition of video hosting and another user revolt; and MySong, an experimental project allowing users to write basic songs with their voices. Plus, we’ll discuss the New York Mets getting Rick-Rolled by Internet users, and more. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney. File size: 10 MB. Time: 21 min., 05 sec.
- crumb.tumblr.com – John LeMasney’s tumble log.
- lemasney.com – John LeMasney’s Web site.
- bktandem.tumblr.com – Brian Kelley’s tumble log.
- John (pictured above) talks about some of his recent and upcoming speaking engagements for…
- Brian talks about upcoming gigs for his friend Christian Beach, who is playing the “Writers in Raritan” showcase at DeCicco’s in Raritan, N.J., on April 23, and at Triumph Brew Pub in Philadelphia on June 18.
- Brian also helped his girlfriend celebrate her birthday recently by taking her to see Mike Doughty at the Fillmore at the TLA in Philly.
- Here is a quick rundown of links to things John talked about…
- And here are some things Brian mentioned:
- The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) believes that making a song available on a peer-to-peer file sharing service constitutes copyright infringement. Well, one judge says that is not the case.
- The New York Mets got RickRolled (pictured above)! Here is video of the fan reaction (Hint: It wasn’t positive.)
- Here is the definition of “Rick Roll.”
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