I apologize for not putting this article up sooner. I have been in the process of moving the site to a new host and have been experiencing difficulties getting the domain to transfer. Everything is running on the new host now and normal posting patterns – for blog posts and album reviews – have resumed.
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I apologize for not posting this last weekend, but my web host had been hacked and was wiping, backing up, and reinstalling so this blog was down. So this weekend, I am posting my observations from the last two weeks!
On NPR, I learned about Tuba thefts from schools in California. My question is how does someone sneak out with a tuba – let alone a number of them? I mean, have you seen them? They are huge! And seriously, kids have enough issues without having their instruments stolen.
eMusic issued a $5.00 credit for those who logged in between November 17th and December 9th as thanks for their patience during the transition to the new layout.
There is a free 6 song sampler from the soundtrack for the new version of "The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo".
On Wednesday, I received an e-mail from Google Music stating that they had a number of albums of sale for $4.99 and tracks on sale for $0.49. I checked their site to see what they were offering since it was the same price per track as eMusic usually charges. While perusing their selection, I noticed that a 9 song album was selling for $0.49 per track and $4.99 for the whole album. If you bough each track individually, you would save $0.58; isn’t this the opposite of how buying a collection instead of purchasing piecemeal normally works?
Hopefully I will actually be able to post next week at the regularly scheduled time. With New Years though, it may be slightly late.