Cute Cat of the Day 15

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Thank You For the Spam Catcher!

I was looking through the blocked spam comments. it’s soooooooo nice most of that crap goes right into the spam folder and never shows up in the comments. It’s pretty darn good at the amount it catches and or blocks!

Cute Cat of the Day 10 Update

I am getting a lot of traffic off of the Cute Cat of the Day 10 post. Yesterday that photo got 66 views and so far today 53. Where is it being linked into that it’s getting way more traffic than the rest of the posts get? I have no idea.

Zune 2 Near You

Walt Mossberg and the New Zune:
My take on Zune 2? A lot of positive reports coming in about the 2nd generation Zunes, of course no one is saying they are on par with an iPod . . . yet. Personally, I think by 3rd and 4th generation Zune will have com along way. Look back at 1st and 2nd generation iPod’s, nothing like today’s and neither will today’s Zune’s be anythin like a Zune 5 years from now. At least the Zune now has podcast support.

Pownce Invites?

I have 24 invites. Anyone need one? ddbann [at]

XM and Sirius Approve Merger

Digital Music News

“The near-unanimous green lights emerged from both camps, and predate critical regulatory decisions by both the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the US Department of Justice. Most expect imminent action ahead, possibly by year-end, though approvals are hardly guaranteed.”

Stevie Ray Vaughn “Lenny” Stratocaster Update

More on the Stevie Ray Vaughn “Lenny” Stratocaster. The PDF file on the Fender site is here. Gearwire has an article here.

Some highlights from “Stevie saw the original “Lenny” at a pawn shop before it had a name, and before SRV’s name was well known. With his birthday approaching, his wife Lenora and several friends pooled together their money in order to buy Stevie this strat for his birthday.

When SRV received the guitar, he stayed up all night playing and writing on it – coming up with a song called “Lenny” named after his wife Lenora. Since the first time he played the song for her the next morning, SRV brought the “Lenny” guitar on tour with him everywhere, breaking it out for every performance of the song.”