For the love of god, please make it stop.
The new Fast Company dropped through my door the other day, and has been redesigned. It seems that after having sued Fucked Company for copying their logo, Fast Company have now turned around and copied Fucked Company's new logo.
Go sue 'em pud!
So, musicunited have taken out full page ads in the New York Times and other publications to protest about illegal downloading.
This neatly illustrates how irrelevant the RIAA et al. are to me - of the five columns of artists listed who have signed up to this, I wouldn't listen to any of them if you paid me, let alone bother to download their music. I don't care about them.
A word of advice, though - if you're going to get artists to speak out against this issue - please find some articulate ones - here's Britney:
"People going into the computers and logging on and stealing our music"
Well, after some cajoling from Brian, I finally created a blog.
Lately, I've been using Livejournal to keep up with other friends writings, and I've become more interested in blogging, reading sites like Nic Denton (who's apparently just around the corner from me here in New York.)
Also, it seems time to overhaul my own site since it's so out of date, and this is as good a reason as any, so stand by for my humble contribution of trivia to the background noise of the web.
So, welcome to the fray...