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Local: Enormous cow spotted in Como Park

I spotted this enormous cow this morning while tooling around the neighborhood. The pickup truck is for scale. [Flickr photo here.]

Previously: Utterz

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Video: The Sparhawks take TV’s Yo Gabba Gabba

LOCAL: I’ve mentioned this before, but I wrote about kiddie TV sensation Yo Gabba Gabba for the day job waaaay back in the day (when they were still beating down doors for a TV deal). The show’s since landed with Nick and become a blogger favorite thanks to its incorporation of adult-friendly indie musical acts.

Here’s Low’s “Family Tree,” complete with some super-round-eyed animated people.

Video: John Vanderslice performing while walking past the UPS Store

The Take Away shows again, though this time in Seattle instead of Paris.

Song: “The Parade”

Also: An escalator.

Ack. Embedding has gone wonky, so I humbly offer you the link. Apologies for the extra click.

Links for 9.23.07: p2p hate, rad Cuban posters, Janet Reno, manbags +

*The Pirate Bay is bringing charges against a number of Hollywood companies that employed hackers and spammers to try to bring them down. [Threat Level]

*AirDrives earphones are designed to let you hear what’s going on around you. I have long wanted a pair of sound-boosting headphones that would amp my hearing for better surreptitious snooping of others’ conversations at the office. [Popgadget]

*Germany is banning the copying of CDs. [Variety via Future of Music Coalition]

*New words for the upcoming edition of the Oxford English Dictionary: Amy Winehouse, manbag and carbon neutral. [Independent via Medialoper]

*Also via Medialoper: eMusic interviews JANET RENO.

*What do the hipster parenting blog Babble and the band Fountains of Wayne have to talk about? Stacy’s Mom, of course.

*EVERYONE: Cuban Posters. I especially like this one. From the blogger behind the Soviet poster blog AND this unusual musical instrument site.