I recently discovered last.fm, an online “radio” sort of thing where you can basically tag music you like and create your own “radio station” and listen to music you like non stop in 128kbps, no commercials, no interruptions or you can tune in into live radio stations that match your tags. So far I must say it is fantastic.
It also offers a lot of user interaction features, including e.g. a recent tracks list:
Let the music play!
Love is in the air in Neptune this week and the prom just got cancelled but thanks to our rich school mates “Alterna Prom” is the next best thing if not even better. Meanwhile, in another part of town Woody has a little mistress problem.
In case you have missed it, there was a Lost Parody on MadTV February 26th 2005 and in case you have a deja vu then rest easy, you are just having a flashback!
As announced a while back on Yahoo! TV News & Gossip, Disney is going to make 4 of it’s hit TV shows available for download from the ABC.COM website!
The four shows are “Desperate Housewives” and “Lost” and in June “Commander in Chief” and “Alias”. Is this a fight fire with fire move or simply the realization that ARPA-NET is history and the new net is much more than just an information highway?
Free shows for download from Disney? What’s the catch? No catch … apart from the usual commercial mayhem?!
“Walt Disney Treasures: On the Front Lines” stands out from the rest of the Walt Disney Treasure releases simply because of its historical context. It contains 32 shorts and a full-length feature film “Victory through Air Power” originally released between 1941 and 1945. This makes “On the Front Lines” the most anticipated release of the Treasures series and rightly so. Shorts like “Education for Death” or “Der Fuehrer’s Face” have lost nothing of its potency and putting them into context really shows you the power of the media machine. Most of the material was made for propaganda purposes, supporting the war effort at home and some are educational hence the entertainment factor may not always be given but the historical context of these make them fascinating for generations to come.
Read on for a brief synopsis of the most prominent shorts or click here for the full DVD review over at eyecravedvd.com.