*Madonna’s talking to divorce lawyers.
*The Long Tail: The Harvard Business Review hates it. Also: don’t you dare consider less prestigious universities as your information source. First, second, or forget about it. [dailyswarm + spincity]
*Microsoft is giving Zunes to students in exchange for their usage data. Information = currency. [wiredset]
*Tom Waits has been given the key to the city of El Paso. What will he do with it? [medialoper]
*Conde Nast might be buying Rolling Stone! I just recently learned that some Rolling Stone staffers know how to use the World Wide Web. [huffpo]
*Touring bands can find a place to crash (with their fans) on Better Than the Van. [listening post]
*Beck has launched a website in support of his new album, “Modern Guilt.” Also: Scientology. [indieblogheaven]
*Twitter for Musicians: The Complete Guide. AVOID. [twitter]
*Michel Gondry’s 25 Favorite Music Videos. The most recently created video is R. Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet” – I have to agree with that. I have been linking to Universal Music Group a lot lately. And for that I feel shame.
*iDial video: Give your iPhone rotary phone functionality.
*Off topic: Cartier has a MySpace page. [ypulse]
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