Jesse Jarnow

links of dubious usefulness, no. 7

o The PhantasyTour message boards, where the Phish parking lot lives on, are many things. Rarely, however, are they as brilliant as the thread that began several weeks ago with the subject “moe. = missionary position sex…” and went from there. (Random sampling: “Brothers Past = boning an emo chick just to see what it’s like. Turns out, not that bad.”)

o An unusually well-written baseball profile by John Koblin in the New York Observer, about Mets’ starter John Maine. (Thanks, MetsBlog.)

o These lists make the rounds every few years, but here is an updated page of how much it costs to book bands at colleges via the Man. (James Brown: $100,000; Huey Lewis, $150,000. Hmm. (Go Josh!)

o Yo La Tengo’s Ira Kaplan listed his faves for both Pitchfork and eMusic recently.

o A great piece from the New York Review of Books reviewing a bunch of books about Google, the Long Tail, and such. (Word, Joey.)

1 Comment

  1. kevin r hollo says: - reply

    i’ve got to say some of those “equations” were quite clever.
    speaking of the PHiSH, rolling stone has a nice little piece about mr octagon lenses himsef, one in which he comes really clean about his drug use. it’s acutally really really funny and sad and wistful. i’m glad he’s able to speak so freely.
    oh, and guess what his fav album is right now? neutral milk’s in the aeroplane over the sea.
    i’ve got say, i fancy on avery island a bit more.
    thought you’d get a kick.
    cheers
    kev