Here's the web exclusive video from the Jimmy Fallon show, Tuesday May 19th 2009.
All videos have been pulled except for Hulu...may apologies in advance for the pre-roll ad.
Official release is January 27th.
I recently downloaded and tested the new Lunascape browser. Lunascape promises great flexibility and compatibility by running all three major browser engines (IE, Firefox (Gecko) Safari/Chrome(Webkit)). It is still in alpha so bugs are to be expected...
Well here are six sites that I've either recently discovered, have recently improved or continue to deliver as promised.
Deezer - French based site with a wealth of fully streamable CDs. Things are very hit and miss with many releases not available and some with only 1 to 4 songs available but a little patience pays off. High social factor as well.
Songza - This site strips audio off youtube videos and allows you to save playlists in a unique but effective user interface.
Slacker - Despite the lackadaisical moniker, this site seems to be a real up and comer. Think customizable internet radio with a slick interface and mobility options. High profile mention in Paste magazine and tons of praise for its new hardware.
last.fm - I have complained about this site in the past and at times could not understand all the praise heaped upon it. But with recent additions of free full track streaming and a serious UI overhaul, last.fm is really starting to live up to the hype.
Amazing photos from Beijing of the Olympic opening Ceremonies.
Faces of Evil - This one takes a bit of an explanation as these images are composite photographs. From the main site..."Between November, 2007 and March, 2008, we took photographs of over 350 people in Hamburg, Munich, Vienna, Dresden, Frankfurt, Berlin, Amsterdam, Moscow, Belgrade, London, Barcelona, Paris and Milan. From them emerged the thirteen FACES OF EVIL, assembled from faces of people of the same ethnic origin as the according dictators. For example, the portrait of Hitler consists of 37 people. His nose belongs to an estate agent from Berlin, his upper lip to a locksmith in Dresden. His hair is put together from the hair of an artist in Weiden and a painter in Bamberg. The chin..." (via Kottke)