New York's Q104.3 is streaming the title track from Guns 'N Roses long-awaited Chinese Democracy, the first official single from the band since ill-advised one-off "Oh My God."
AV Club talked to nerd extraordinaire John Hodgman, known to most folks as the "I'm a PC" guy.
TV Guide wonders if ABC was smart to bring back some of the shows it did.
Pitchfork published the first of a two-part interview with Bjork.
Portfolio wonders: Should Guitar Hero and Rock Band be paying labels for the right to use their songs, or should labels be the ones paying up for the right to all the free promotion?
The online service LaLa has been relaunched and remade yet again.
EW talked to Lorne Michaels about Sarah Palin's appearance on SNL.
Tim Harrington, the rambunctious frontman for Les Savy Fav, is getting his own show on Pitchfork.TV called Beardo.
Is Gossip Girl too white? The Root, a new black-focused spinoff of Slate, says no.
We close with yet more video evidence of Columbus dude Ahmed Gallab (of Band to Watch Sinkane) rocking in his new role with Of Montreal — or, actually, here he's stomping and clapping. More clips of this busking session can be found at Stereogum.