The Late Greats – Wilco

I found this blog while listening to the Hype Machine this morning. Great songs from the year of the last presidential election. Hard to pick my favorite song but this is one of them.

Waitin for a Superman – The Flaming Lips

This song is from the album “The Soft Bulletin”. It’s about 10 years old or so. Maybe because it’s a rainy day, maybe because of the market, maybe because I just wan’t thrilled with the debate last night, I really don’t know.

But it sums up my feelings right now.

Election 2008 – powered by Twitter

For anyone using Twitter and Twitter Search these days it’s hard not to notice the activity around events.

Whether it’s during the G1 announcement, playoff games, the WWDC or political events like the RNC or DNC.

Those events trigger a heavy use of Twitter.

Last night the team at Twitter launched a special page at The idea is to display trending topics about the election as well as a filter of all Twitter updates in real time for the various candidates. Jack Dorsey the ceo of Twitter sums it all up the best with this tweet.

I’m really excited about this.  Twitter & democracy in action!

How Many Friends – The Who

This song is a bit dark, deep and lonely. I’m not feeling that way at all, but I’m posting it anyway. It’s just good to remember and appreciate your real friends that care about you no matter what. I am grateful.

Oh, and plus, I just love The Who. The bass line in this song rocks :)

Another Way To Die – Jack White & Alicia Keyes

Heres the song from the latest Bond movie. I’ve been in a big Jack White mood for the past few months. And I don’t see it changing anytime soon.

the nice thing about doing email that is three days old is much of it is irrelevant now and has been taken care of by someone else

Fred via Twitter.

There are so many gems on Twitter these days. This is a great one by my friend Fred.

I try like mad to stay on top of my email. but its just out of control. i know it is for everyone. we need a better messenging system. more on that later.