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The good thing about writing music reviews is that they attract more comments than most of my posts here. The downside to it is that the new commenters are largely assholes, especially if what you write is not 100% positive. I understand that people care about their favourite music a lot; I do the same. […]
Randy Newman (composer): The Princess and the Frog Original Soundtrack 2009, purchased via iTunes, January 2010 I used to dislike Randy Newman’s music, or at least the music he released under his own name. I hated his voice: slurred, mumbly and capable of communicating only one attitude: sarcasm. I found his choice of subject matters […]
Lately I’ve been reading more music blogging, both from my perennial favourite Popular and the now defunct but fully archived The War Against Silence. Popular is of course Tom Ewing’s rundown of every UK number 1 since the charts started. The War Against Silence was a deeply engaged, deeply subjective run-down of all the albums […]
Work on Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan is still very slow, but while you wait, you may want to go to see my fiancee’s comic, American Gothic Daily, which has started updating again.
Jessica Bennett in Newsweek (via Making Light, comments section of post): Indeed, if these students are bullies, according to the law, what does that make the rest of us? Massachusetts’s anti-bullying statute defines bullying as repeated behavior that, among other things, “causes emotional harm” or “creates a hostile environment” at school. If it were applied […]