Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Web Bits: Stuff to Look at on a Wednesday

Posted By on Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 12:26 PM

click to enlarge Just a totally funny joke...until one day it actually happens.
  • Just a totally funny joke...until one day it actually happens.

*Flickr user toddius has posted a series of wonderfully hilarious, fake/hypothetical 33 1/3 books that are curiously reminiscent of this post by Maloney.

*Perhaps you've heard by now that Elliott Smith's sister Ashley is selling her brother's Passat on Craigslist, and she's donating the money to the SIMS Foundation. According to Paste, Ashley's No. 1 choice at this point is a family in Tennessee. Maybe they'll use the car to do some Figure 8s.

*So speaking of Paste, yesterday they dedicated every bit of their website's coverage to Wilco. Seems a bit much...even for me. But this post about Tweedy's 13-year-old son and the latest hard-tweetin' member of the blogosphere, Spencer, is just about as cute as can be.

*Here's a relatively awesome and exorbitantly nerdy chess set made out of vacuum tubes.

*Something called the "Indiegrrl Conference" is coming to Nashville in August, and it will help you write and sell songs. If you're a female. And have $100. Total rip-off, or moderately legit? I'll let you decide.

*And finally, not sure how many of you follow Largehearted Boy (hopefully a bunch of you), but he's been posting links to downloads of live Bonnaroo performances. He has dozens and dozens up already, most of which are MP3s and/or FLAC files. Enjoy.

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