V.20 No.51 | 12/22/2011
Jingle and Jangle
A festive playlist with less Christmas schmaltz
By Samantha Anne Scott
Holiday-themed music is ubiquitous during the most wonderful time of the year. Shake things up with a sonic snow globe of garage rock, punk, pop, experimental, old country and blues—all in the key of Christmas.
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The Daily Word 1.30.11: Dirtbombs; tiny single bladed helicopter; Yiddish UFO
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Jan 30 2011 9:20 AM ]
There is a nano single-bladed spy helicopter based on maple seeds in the works.
Electronic Frontier Foundation report finds the FBI has been playing fast and loose with its procedures, the Constitution, civil liberties, etc, etc.
Twitter murder is still murder when you think about it. Plus other "media criticism" from Cracked.com
Next time you think you've crossed a line punishing your kids, relax.
Looters looted Cairo's loot-filled Egyptian Museum but basically they just robbed the gift shop and decapitated a couple mummies.
Did you know the storming of the Bastille freed only seven people? That's how many were inside.
This straw is amazing. Amazing!
Stephen Colbert came to the defense of Taco Bell's beef last week.
A hearing on NM oil&gas environmental protection rules begins tomorrow at 8:30, Capital Room 307.
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