Links for 2004-11-15 [del.icio.us]

Links for 2004-11-15 [del.icio.us]

  • The Bloggers Should Be TIME's People of the Year
    Although I suspect hell will freeze over first because it'll mean paper journalists acknowledging that people on the internet are as valid.
  • Blogging the Band Aid recording
    This is either going to be very good or very wrong. Remember Bad Aid II? (which didn't benefit from being produced by S/A/W ...)
  • Vienna Before Sunrise
    "... a travel article that takes the reader around Vienna in the footsteps of Celine and Jesse with special reference to the hidden corners of the city." (via The Julie Delpy Tribute Site)
  • Guide to OAR
    "Just as you wouldn't cut up the Mona Lisa to fit a handy, too-small frame, or slice off the tops of your novels in order to fit them in a bookshelf, you shouldn't tolerate mutilated works of motion picture art just to fit them in your TV."
  • It's the same old song, but with new stars - and a bit less chaos
    Band Aid III recording in retrospective
  • The United Cities of America
  • Doctor Who News Page RSS feed
    Finally. For news about the new series and the old school. Just about essential for anyone with even a passing interest.
  • Film of the Day: Chariots of Fire (1981)
    Nice one Colin Welland. There English were coming, but it took a few years and only in American productions. It's interesting how well the film hasn't dated all that much, except for the music. The electronic orchestration does it no favours.
  • Shell shock at two-headed tortoise
    "A two-headed tortoise has come out of its shell in Dorset to find itself in the media spotlight."
  • Hurry Up and Watch: DVDs Time Out
    Suddenly find myself not entirely against DVDs with brief lives if its a means of distributing new films on an actual release date, so long as the disposal issue is sorted out. Seems like a good way for smaller films to get an audience.
  • Neil Perryman from Tachyon TV as Doctor Who writer
    Neil has a short story in a Big Finish Christmas anthology which also features such luminaries as Paul Cornell, Terrance Dicks, Marc Platt and Steve Lyons. Names which'll mean nothing to anyone who isn't a fan.
  • The Paris Review Interviews
    One chat at a time...
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