Category Archives: music

Today’s Readings

As a (semi-)”reformed”-80s-metaller, I find the Metal Bands per 100,000 People infographic fascinating!  The obvious curiousity is why Scandanavia has so many bands per capita, but I’m also intrigued by the apparent plethora of bands in what appears to be … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

With my recent move to Germany, I’m passively looking for work. You have to love the honesty in a job postings like this: “Creative and professional website at low cost”… Hey, sounds like a great opportunity, eh! Finally! A website … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

From National Geographic, comes the Public Profiler, an interactive world map of surnames. Where do you have family? Was surprised to see “Grogg” so prominent in Switzerland… A great-looking product from Adobe, Adobe Nav, let’s you use your iPad as … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

For lovers of Pandora, Shuffler.fm provides a similar “assumption-based” streaming service.  You pick a genre and they automatically bounce you from audio site to audio site, playing new and interesting tracks for you, all from within their portal.  It’s a … Continue reading

One of the Best Bands I Have Seen in a While

Last night had I the opportunity to see The Soundtrack Of Our Lives (TSOOL) at Irving Plaza. Holy. Crap.  They are bad ass.  If you ever have a chance to see them live, GO! And in that vein, here are … Continue reading