Nobody wants to be late to the party. I’m gonna drop one from the new Quasi and an oh-so Rain Dog reminiscent cut from The Fever’s latest. The WOOZ has once again been updated and re-formatted.
Surely this ad with Cincinnati Reds (ex-Red Sox) pitcher Bronson Arroyo would have worked out differently had, say, Glendon Rusch thrown to him. Rusch served him up a couple meatballs earlier this year that promptly left the park. All else I can say is, ugh, Ryan Dempster, and will just leave it there in re: the Schlubs.
Nearly five months gone and its been a TOP year in music. WOOZradio continues to thrive with more listeners than ever (we thank you), all a result of the propensity of hot shit being produced in studios, garages, bathrooms and digital vacuums worldwide.
Now that its summer — and its forecast to be the best summer ever — I’m privileged to present the following aural assistance. Thanks again for listening.
Dig. More to follow.
Hard to disagree with Google CEO Eric Schmidt, who publicly takes the Yahoo-Ebay partnership in stride. “Its good for everybody on the Internet,” he said, according to eWeek.
Google’s stock still sits pretty, with a 1999-style inflated valuation but with a solid and admirably successful business plan.
The eBay/Yahoo “strategic partnership” is indeed a glowing green light for the internet boom survivors, and it means alot more than say, Google recent investment in 5% of AOL (TWX). eBay needs help with advertising to keep their listing prices from rising (as they have been) and Yahoo! gets to co-brand Skype and Paypal. Add that to Yahoo!’s stable of sky’s-the-limit goodies such as del.icio.us, Flickr, and upcoming, to mention a few outright purchases.
Both companies will reap the benefits of added page views (Yahoo is already #1 and eBay #9, according to Alexa). As the big papers are saying — its a sign of fear or its look out Ma Goog. (see also, Barry’s post @ Content Matters).