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Blur definitely reuniting!

December 9, 2008

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This time it’s REALLY official: Blur is reuniting and Graham Coxon is onboard. They will be playing at London’s Hyde Park next summer on July 3rd. The gods of britpop have smiled upon the world once again! Via Billboard.com.

A fascinating wikipedia entry explaining the etymology of 100’s of company names. Some of them have interesting stories behind them.

2008 will have a “leap second.” Every 4 years we add one day to February, but that’s not quite enough to keep the world’s atomic clocks perfectly in sync with the rotation of the Earth. There are slight irregularites, less than a second, that must be accounted for.

I just remembered that my friends Matt & Paul took a random trip to South America recently. Then I remembered that Matt has a blog, and that he would probably have a lot of good stories on there from their adventures south of the equator. Go check out his blog Robo Tripping. I didn’t even have time to read all of his posts about the trip, but from what I did read, they had quite an interesting time.

I discovered this William Eggleston exhibit that’s currently showing at the Whitney Museum of American Art in NYC on my friend Rachel’s blog, Mousevox Vintage. I did a photo shoot with her recently and she rocks both as a model and a stylist. My girlfriend and I are heading to NYC for a few days right before Christmas so we’ll have to check it out. I’d forgotten how much I like Eggleston’s work. One of my photography professors- Jim Norton- used to call him “wild Bill Eggleston.”

Guess what? The weather sucks today.

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3 Responses to “Blur definitely reuniting!”

  1. rachel c. Says:

    i’m going to be in new york the 23rd to the 27th! when are you going to be there? i plan on checking this exhibit out, too. i just love him.

    thanks for the shout out!


  2. […] household name in the UK. In case you are living under a rock, the members are Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James, Dave Rowntree. Also started the big Britpop movement which probably lasted until […]


  3. […] household name in the UK. In case you are living under a rock, the members are Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James, Dave Rowntree. Also started the big Britpop movement which probably lasted until […]


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