Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Sunday, March 28, 2010

1948 Buick Streamliner by Norman E. Timbs


No doubt about it, the Collective loves cars. This one is just too slick not to highlight.

Seen and heard at The Coolist

The Art of Alexey Malina


Seen and heard at NotCot

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Intuition "I Ruined These Songs For You" (Mixtape)



Seen and heard at 2dopeboyz

RIP Marva Wright


Marva Wright, the New Orleans blues and gospel singer who left her job as a school secretary to sing around the world, died Tuesday of complications from two strokes suffered last summer. She was 62.

Ms. Wright died at the eastern New Orleans home of her eldest daughter, where she had been living since her health went into decline last year.

"She truly was and will remain the Blues Queen of New Orleans," said Adam Shipley, Ms. Wright's manager. "I cherish all the time I spent with her. She was one of the highlights to ever grace the stage at Tipitina's."

Obama Signs Health Care Reform Bill


Shawn Chrystopher "The Audition" (EP)



Seen and heard at 2dopeboyz

Asher Roth "Seared Foie Gras With Quince & Cranberry" (MIxtape)



Seen and heard at 2dopeboyz

Wanna Know The Real Deal?


Educate yourself on the facts by reading the report

Seen and heard at Let California Ring

AmpLive x Why "One Dark Eskimo Remixes" (EP)



Seen and heard at Potholes In My Blog

Ritchy Pitch feat. M.anifest "Blackstar" (Video)

Seen and heard at Potholes In My Blog

Sarah Palin Headed To Discovery

You and me baby ain't nothin but mammals, so let's do it like we do on the Discovery channel...


Seen and heard at MTV News

Sunday, March 14, 2010


Is this all actually happening??

‘The internet’ is in the running for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize.

The BBC reports that ‘the internet’ is among a record 237 individuals and organizations nominated, up from even last year’s all-time high of 205.

Modesty does not prevent us from reporting that the candidacy of ‘The internet’ was championed by the Italian edition of Wired for advance “dialogue, debate and consensus”.

“The internet can be considered the first weapon of mass construction, which we can deploy to destroy hate and conflict and to propagate peace and democracy,” Riccardo Luna, editor-in-chief of the Italian edition of Wired magazine, said when it backed the effort last November. “What happened in Iran after the latest election, and the role the web played in spreading information that would otherwise have been censored, are only the newest examples of how the internet can become a weapon of global hope.”

Nobel institution director Geir Lundestad told the BCC that “thousands of nominations” had been received. The institute itself does not reveal who is on the short list, though nominating parties often do. Others believed to be in the running are Russian human rights activist Svetlana Gannushkina and Chinese activist Liu Xiaobo, the BBC said.

Twitter didn’t make the cut as Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year”, but the judging criteria aren’t exactly the same — and no offense, but the internet has at least as much experience bringing about world peace as last year’s winner.

Only question: Should ‘The interent’ win, who will accept at the lavish ceremony in Stockholm next Oct. 8?

Seen and heard at @wired

Blu "Unititled(LovedU)2" (Video)

Fit for a Sunday morning...