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  1. Oxbow + Philippe Thiphaine
    “Coalking” From Songs for the French (5:46)
  2. Daughters
    “The First Supper” From “s/t” (3:18)
  3. Bohren & Der Club Of Gore
    “Unkerich” From Dolores (5:31)
  4. Knut
    “Calamity” From Wonder (1:43)
  5. The Austerity Program
    “Song 27” From Backsliders and Apostates Will Burn (4:04)
  6. Pyramids With Nadja
    “Another War” From Pyramids With Nadja (15:27)
  7. Helms Alee
    “Lionize” From Lionize/Truly 7″ (2:45)
  8. Hayaino Daisuki
    “Ghosts of Purgatory” From The Invincible Gate Mind of the Infernal Fire Hell, or Did You Mean Hawaii Daisuki? (2:43)
  9. Harvey Milk
    “I Know This Is No Place For You” From A Small Turn of Human Kindness (5:07)
  10. La Gritona
    “Tony Alamo” From Demasiado Tonto Para Los Ninos Listos. Demasiado Listo Para Los Ninos Tontos (4:38)
  11. Stephen Brodsky
    “Here In Spirit” From Here’s to the future (5:54)
  12. Jodis
    “Continents” From Secret House (7:27)
  13. Nihill
    “Mundus Subterreanus” From Krach (5:16)
  14. Cave In
    “Retina Sees Rewind” From Planets of Old (2:30)
  15. Kayo Dot
    “II. Whisper Ineffable” From Coyote (11:13)
  16. Keelhaul
    “THC for One” from Keelhaul’s Triumphant Return to Obscurity (3:34)
  17. Clouds
    “New Bombs” From B Chuggas May Be Logging (2:08)
  18. Xasthur
    “UNTITLED 4/05” From 2005 Demo (7:02)
  19. GridLink
    “Amber Gray” From Amber Gray (1:06)
  20. Greymachine
    “Wasted” From Disconnected (8:43)
  21. Bergraven
    “Hunger” From Till Makabert Vasen (7:08)
  22. Torche
    “UFO” From Songs For Singles (2:01)

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Foursquare is getting a lot of attention these days, not just because of their meteoric growth, but also for being at the forefront of enabling businesses to market and promote with their location-based service. The promise of marketing with Foursquare is that it “will empower you to develop more engaging ongoing relationships with [your] customers” but the cost and risk involved make achieving this much harder than it sounds. (full article…)

SocialFresh.com | Bringing Marketing on Foursquare Into Focus (by Lyell E. Petersen | @93octane)


Metal icon Ozzy Osbourne tops the initial roster of performers announced for the 2010 Voodoo Experience, Oct. 29-31. He’ll join Muse, MGMT, Weezer, Drake, Metric, Paul Oakenfold, the Eagles of Death Metal, Cage the Elephant, Minus the Bear, Janelle Monae, Street Sweeper Social Club and dozens of New Orleans musicians in City Park. (full article…)

NOLA.com | Ozzy Osbourne, Muse, MGMT, Drake coming to Voodoo Fest in New Orleans (by Keith Spera, The Times-Picayune)

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One of the biggest complaints owners of Facebook Pages have had is that once a page is created, it was owned by that person forever. It caused quite a dilemma for a company that wanted to set up a fan page because it meant it might be owned by a person who would eventually leave the company. That’s changed.

Now, any administrator of a page can remove any other administrator. It means ownership can be transferred from one person to another – something many companies have wanted for quite some time. That in itself is a double edged sword, but there’s another bit of power that comes along with this change [that’s] even more troubling. (full article…)

Social Media Hound | Facebook page ownership can now be changed (by Therese Kopiwoda)


Social media is not governed by the media or technology that facilitate online interaction, contribution, or participation. It is defined by the people, the communities they join, and the parallel cultures and behavior that manifest. Technology and the networks that spawn through constant innovation will continually surface, merge, excel, or vanish. Human nature and the desire to connect, interact, and elevate is perpetual.

The Conversation Prism by Brian Solis and Jesse Thomas
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Using the Conversation Prism, we can visualize and map the shifting landscape of social networks and micro communities to observe and conduct our initial fieldwork through digital anthropology. The process reveals everything, from measurement opportunities to participation strategies to the specific infrastructure changes necessitated by the new proactive and reactive process of engagement in the social Web. (full article…)

The Conversation Prism | Using the Conversation Prism to Establish a Conversation Index (by @briansolis)


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