Our network of sites >> talk | feed | free | tech | rock | xbox | homes | learn | game | pods | grab | blog | book | beep | help

Rollingstone, Tshirt Hell, Yoo and Festivals

Gary Cohen of t-shirt hell, Richard Yoo commenting on the news and Matt Schutt, who directed me in a film festival honoree, plus calls, instant messages and emails about pop culture, the day's news and a smattering of technology...it's The David Lawrence Show for a Monday. Random moment: (how we do that)

Click to download (50¢)


Previously: Seed of Randam >>
Next: Lycos Anti-spammed, Weed file sharing and where the FCC gets all those complaints >>


Click to download (25¢):
Gary Cohen, founder of T-Shirt Hell, joins us live from New York to discuss his site, his shirts and his jihad against FHM and Rolling Stone Magazine for, of all things, censorship of his ad. Wait until you hear what words they wanted to excise from an ad that actually didn't include phrases from his hard core shirts. We attempt to get him to link to http://netmusiccountdown.com instead of Blender's site - to no avail.

Click to download (25¢):
Richard Yoo, CTO and founder of Rackspace Managed Hosting, joins us live from San Antonio to look at the day's news, including eBay's 'Want It Now' feature, the AP's fascination with the away messages people create and Lycos pulling their anti-spam 'Make Love Not Spam' campaign.

Click to download (25¢):
Matt Schutt, director of Wayside Entertainment, joins us live from here in LA to take a look at his first film festival entry, and a short that I was in, Cheer Up Sleepy Jean, and its inclusion in the Anchorage International Film Festival.

red arrow Click for (50¢)

Save up to 70% by getting a BitPass for the whole month of December or for all of 2004 (and other years as well):

red arrow Click here to access all of December: ($7)
red arrow Click here to access all of 2004: ($60)
red arrow Click here to access all of 2003: ($30)

Audio details: All audio is in unrestricted MP3 format, and is compatible with all MP3 software (like WinAMP, iTunes, Windows Media Player, MusicMatch Jukebox and others), all portable MP3-capable hardware (like the iPod, Archos Jukebox, Nomad, Rio and others) and can be burned to CD and can be played directly on your computer.



Was this helpful? Buy David a Starbucks® Mocha via PayPal!

David loves his Starbucks® mocha. Skim, no whip, please. To easily and painlessly send David a selection from Starbucks® and paying via PayPal, just click on the button below your choice:

Listeners who have bought David a Starbucks® Mocha:

Chuck Craig Becky Bob Chris Dana Dean Gary Heidi Jen Jim Faucett (link?) Kevin Leo Lili Linda Michael Randy Ray Scott Sophie Sophie (II) Warren (link?)

Digg This! article or tag it at del.icio.us


Link to this article from your own website

Just copy this HTML code block. Then, paste it into your own code:





Up To The Minute Bargains



Want an e-Mini-Mall for your site?


If you need help

You can always call in to the show at the number listed above, or send David an email using the link above.


To repeat: You can always call in to the show at the number listed above, or send David email using the link above.