Monday, November 26, 2007

The Money Shot: Holiday Wishes for Phil Spector, Lily Allen's Pigs, & NIN Gets Soaked With Media's Piss...

Unpacking the headlines from the past few days...

Lily Allen To Quit Music In Three Years (Gigwise)
MS: “I’d like to live in the country and have chickens and pigs.”

Oh No! Christmas Songs Again! (Huffington Post)
MS: Personally, I get a warm feeling when I hear Nat King Cole's "Christmas Song" for the first time each season. By the 50th, not so much. The Phil Spector Christmas album is still my favorite. Putting aside that he killed someone, we thank Phil for a real musical gift.

Copyright Fun (
MS: While I am profoundly perturbed with this stance as content owners continue to stifle all innovation in the face of the digital revolution, it is consistent with what they have done in the past. So... we are challenged at the last second to find a way of bringing this idea to life without getting splashed by the urine as these media companies piss all over each other’s feet. We have a cool and innovative site ready to launch but we're currently scratching our heads as to how to proceed.

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