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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Across the Pond – Episode 8 (7/17/10)

1:01:00 – New forum up and running, my accent and it’s problems, HarvieKrumpet giving me a gay image (haha).
RIAA struggling to get any money from file sharers, Doctor Who and my brush with the Daleks, my trip to NASA in Florida, going to see the new film” Inception” on Monday,
Internet TV and the ease of watching streaming shows online, shows I am watching now…V, Lie To Me, the return of Beavis and Butthead coming soon to MTV. New series of Hawaii Five O coming soon, Boxee a good program for your pc. Your getting the X Factor soon (good luck) check out Jedward a pile of crap who finished in the top 5 in the last season over here.
Lockerbie bomber, America questioning his release and implicating BP in the whole thing.
Comparison to great train robber Ronnie Biggs.
Apple apps…..Firefox Home, good app for synching all your bookmarks to iphone/ ipod touch/ ipad, Air Video, streams music and video to your device. Dishwalla / Bon Jovi reviews

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Released July 2010 on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

posted by Frank at 6:56 pm filed in Jul10,Mark  

1 Comment »

  1. Hello Mark…first episode I heard by you. I really enjoyed it! I totally agree about the RIAA thing. Yes, why are these dummies in the RIAA spending the big $$$ on a futile “witchhunt” when we are given the technology at our fingertips to download music, etc (as well as to burn cds/dvds)?? If we download to enjoy something we like and are not using for our own profit or commercial purpose, what is the big issue? Many bands in recent years have supported giving people the option to download their music at a “name your own price” policy which could also be for free if one chooses. This was famously done by the likes of Radiohead & Nine Inch Nails over the last few years…and statistics proved that the fact they did this still greatly increased their sales profits later anyway!! I myself am a band person and I would totally support this way of putting my music out there.

    Comment by Smidge Kurdlebaum — July 30, 2010 @ 12:03 am

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