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Heavy metal birds. Cool art/music project via @mrsthing http://bit.ly/aXuRxk

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Heavy metal birds. Cool art/music project via @mrsthing http://bit.ly/aXuRxk

FYI, Pandora's Extensive Catalog Now Includes Hits From 50 Shades of Grey

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Does it ever seem like Pandora’s sourcing is a little… off? You’ll hear a golden oldie, only to look and see it’s been pulled from some random soundtrack to a forgotten, shitty movie. “That’s weird,” you’ll think, before diving back into your workday. Well, the trend appears to have reached...
FYI, Pandora's Extensive Catalog Now Includes Hits From 50 Shades of Grey

RT @djrupture: um,.. metal videos with cumbia audio. http://blogs.laweekly.com/westcoastsound/off-the-record/awful-or-awesome-heavy-metal-c/

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RT @djrupture: um,.. metal videos with cumbia audio. http://blogs.laweekly.com/westcoastsound/off-the-record/awful-or-awesome-heavy-metal-c/

The Truth Comes Out: Mossad Funds Heavy Metal! http://post.ly/Wux9 #egypt #funny #heavymetal #music #news

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The Truth Comes Out: Mossad Funds Heavy Metal! http://post.ly/Wux9 #egypt #funny #heavymetal #music #news

Web Documentary: How The Internet Changed Heavy Metal

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A few weeks ago, I wrote about an upcoming web documentary by Metal Injection looking at the impact of the internet on heavy metal, among other things. The internet-focused episode was released last week, and it contains lots of interesting tidbits about the metal scene's reaction to changing technologies. I...
Web Documentary: How The Internet Changed Heavy Metal

Efficient OLED gets rid of heavy metals

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Organic LEDs are thin and flexible. Wikimedia Commons A new molecule increases the efficiency of fluorescent organic light emitting diodes without using heavy metals. Early OLEDs were made from fluorescent molecules that transform added electrical energy into light. However, rules of quantum mechanics make this transformation rather inefficient. Here’s why....
Efficient OLED gets rid of heavy metals

Painkiller: Hell & Damnation - review

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PC, PS3, Xbox 360; Nordic Games; £18-£21Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewYour mission to harvest souls for Death is accompanied by silly-looking weapons, endless crates of ammunition and a background of relentless heavy metal. It's the sort of thing that used to pass for fun in gaming's formative...
Painkiller: Hell & Damnation - review
How heavy metal is infiltrating higher education

"Heavy Metal" by Ray Long, FSU Editorial 02/23/2010

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"Heavy Metal" by Ray Long, FSU Editorial 02/23/2010

Loud Restaurants Make You Eat And Drink More

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It turns out that, at least for smart restaurateurs, making the dining experience ridiculously noisy is good for business: people buy more drinks per hour, and they finish eating and leave sooner. George Prochnik at The Daily Beast says the drive for higher profits isn't the only reason restaurants...
Loud Restaurants Make You Eat And Drink More
Dissident artist Ai Weiwei announces his very own heavy metal album

The Truth Comes Out: Mossad Funds Heavy Metal!

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The Truth Comes Out: Mossad Funds Heavy Metal!

World's Biggest Indie Metal Label Calls Off The Copyright Trolls

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In recent years more than 250,000 individuals in the United States have been sued for allegedly downloading and sharing unauthorized content. But out of dozens of lawsuits, from those focusing on regular movies such as The Hurt Locker to others dabbling in the world of hardcore pornography, one stood out...
World's Biggest Indie Metal Label Calls Off The Copyright Trolls
I Just Used Cash -- Boy, What A Horrible Way To Pay For Things!

Very Heavy Metal: Achtung Panzer! Out

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Very Heavy Metal: Achtung Panzer! Out

Don't like classical music? You are wrong, and let these videos explain why

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While I can rub along with pretty much anyone, there is a stigma among folks my age that classical music is stuffy, sad, old-timey or generally unlistenalbe. Wrong! Classical tunes underpin the music you love. If you want to understand the basis for the opening of Metallica’s Master of Puppets,...
Don't like classical music? You are wrong, and let these videos explain why

Web Series To Explore The Impact Of The Internet On Heavy Metal

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One thing I've always found especially fascinating about the topic of digital technology and its impact on creative industries is the way different artistic communities react. In music, this often plays out along genre lines: the hip-hop community, for example, has a very different view of internet and copyright issues...
Web Series To Explore The Impact Of The Internet On Heavy Metal

Stitcher Adds “Smart Station” To Help Listeners Discover Podcasts

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Podcast aggregator Stitcher has just added Stitcher Smart Station to their updated mobile app, effectively creating a recommendation engine for podcasts. The service scans 10,000 shows for content, style, and other factors and recommends podcasts that are similar to podcasts you already enjoy. On average, new users will discover five...
Stitcher Adds “Smart Station” To Help Listeners Discover Podcasts

StumbleUpon Wants To Buy You Dinner

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StumbleUpon is offering to cover the bill for your next dinner party, so long as you use their site to find the recipes. Throwing a dinner party? Get in touch with StumbleUpon first--they might just bankroll it for you. StumbleUpon, one of the earliest content discovery engines on the Web,...
StumbleUpon Wants To Buy You Dinner

StormWind seals $4M funding deal for online learning

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StormWind isn’t just a 1984 single by Swedish heavy metal outfit Europe. Nor is it merely a human kingdom in the MMORPG World of Warcraft. It’s also an online IT and bespoke-training company that’s just closed a $4 million funding round. The round was led by GSV Capital, a firm that...
StormWind seals $4M funding deal for online learning

Here's An App That Gets Rid Of Shaky iPhone Photos In A Surprising Way

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Apple has made it pretty easy to shoot a picture from your iPhone. You simply tap a button on the front of your screen and it shoots a picture. If that isn't easy enough, you can push the volume up button to snap a quick photo. There's just one problem...
Here's An App That Gets Rid Of Shaky iPhone Photos In A Surprising Way

Lemmy introduces Motorheadphones line

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If you've ever asked yourself WWLLT (What Would Lemmy Listen To), now you have your answer. Lemmy Kilmister, the frontman of the band Motörhead, was on hand at CES 2013 to introduce the new Motorheadphones line. This includes five headphones and earphones designed to bring out the midrange tones...
Lemmy introduces Motorheadphones line

Quake III Running On a Nexus One With LOUD NOISES [Smartphones]

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Quake III running on a Motorola Droid was impressive. But Quake III running on the Nexus One—no physical keyboard, a souped up processor—that's downright heavy metal. More » Smartphone - Nexus One - Droid - Android - Motorola Droid...
Quake III Running On a Nexus One With LOUD NOISES [Smartphones]

Read/Write Daily: Heavy Metal

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Today's theme is heavy metal. There's not a geek on this earth who doesn't have a thing for extreme vehicles. Here's a Friday roundup of nice rides. If you're quick, you might even be able to buy one for yourself. The U.S. Navy is auctioning off a stealth ship. Seriously....
Read/Write Daily: Heavy Metal

Metal Band Chimaira's Frontman Talks DIY Versus 'Label Hell'

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The Metalluminati blog has a great interview with Mark Hunter, frontman of the metal band Chimaira. Hunter is apparently a known critic of record labels, but he has a thoughtful and measured view, and in this interview he discusses the pros and cons of the DIY approach for bands: Example:...
Metal Band Chimaira's Frontman Talks DIY Versus 'Label Hell'
French artist Moebius dead at 73
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