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Surfing on the Web - YouTube

I wrote this song while my colleague Tim Berners-Lee was inventing something called “The World Wide Web” a few offices away. The song was published in 1993, when less that 100 websites existed.

The first image ever published on the web was of this band, Les Horribles Cernettes …LHC.

Surfing on the Web

Patterns Day playlist on Spotify

If you were at Patterns Day and you liked the music that was playing during the breaks, here’s the playlist. All the artists are based in Brighton.

New Album: Princess Leia’s Stolen Death Star Plans | Palette-Swap Ninja

Absolute genius! I’ll never hear Sgt. Pepper’s quite the same way again.

Forgotify — Discover a previously unheard Spotify track

4 million songs on Spotify have never been played. Not even once. Let’s change that.

Pop Sonnets

Modern pop songs retold as Shakespearian sonnets.

Song blogging: Files That Last

I hereby declare that this song is my official anthem.

I want some files that last, data that will not stray.

Files just as fresh tomorrow as they were yesterday.

The Brooklyn Beta Theme Song: Year Three - YouTube

Song-a-day Mann closed out this year’s Brooklyn Beta by singing this song (number #1381 in his ongoing series). We all sang along. It was pretty damn great.

The Brooklyn Beta Theme Song: Year Three

Jay-Z’s 99 Problems, Verse 2: A close reading with Fourth Amendment guidance for cops and perps

A blow-by-blow legal analysis of the second verse of Jay-Z’s 99 Problems.

Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury - Rachel Bloom - YouTube

In light of the recent death of Ray Bradbury, I think we should all honour his memory by revisiting this song (featuring some future-friendly headgear).

I’ll feed you grapes and Dandelion Wine and we’ll read a little Fahrenheit 69…

Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury - Rachel Bloom

Like A Rounded Corner (Bruce and The Standardettes) - YouTube

Bravo, Bruce, bravo.

I heard Glen Campbell’s “Like A Rhinestone Cowboy” on the radio and began absent-mindedly singing “Like a rounded corner” to it.

Like A Rounded Corner (Bruce and The Standardettes)

Salter Cane — Anomie - YouTube

We played at the bottom of the art-deco staircase in Bexhill’s De La Warr Pavilion. Sounds pretty good, if I do say so myself.

Salter Cane -- Anomie

Lucozade Energy Advert 2011 - Feeder’s ‘Buck Rogers’ by The James Cleaver Quintet. - YouTube

So that’s what they were filming when I came out of band practice the other day. This is my neighbourhood.

Attack! | 100 robots

Electronic rock songs about anger, loss, frustration, love, the surveillance state, the Iranian election, uranium enrichment, Twitter, gene therapy cures for AIDS, the financial crisis and World of Warcraft.

LA Re-Sweet: @adactio -

Aw, this is quite sweet: a tweet of mine, put to music.

YouTube - Harvard Humanists Stephen Fry 2 22 2011 Chapter 10 Molly Lewis

If I had the right biological equipment, I think I too might offer to bear Stephen Fry’s children …in a song.

Harvard Humanists Stephen Fry 2 22 2011 Chapter 10 Molly Lewis

YouTube - Die Hard - Music Video - NEW 4th Verse!

“And the terrorists were over-zealous, but it was sweet when they killed Ellis…”

Die Hard - Music Video - NEW 4th Verse!

Song To The Siren by Salter Cane on Huffduffer

A cover version of a cover version: Salter Cane do This Mortal Coil doing Tim Buckley. All in one take.