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27.4.08

In Brief

LinksHere is your regular Sunday selection of links to good things in Blogville and Beyond.

  • Apparently, with the computers, one can make Charlie Rose interview himself. About advances in technology. Greg Allen has the video. [greg.org]

  • A great look at the art of the opera prompter. [Wall Street Journal]

  • This week's episode (Succession) of 30 Rock, the funniest show on television, makes extensive and hilarious reference to Miloš Forman's film (on Peter Shaffer's play) Amadeus. [30 Rock]

  • Molly Sheridan has taken the blog plunge and is now hosted by ArtsJournal. [Mind the Gap]

  • Polish pianist Krystian Zimerman made a point of mentioning the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay during his last recital in the area. Jessica Duchen says the Zimerman told her he would not be returning to the United States "until the Iraq situation is sorted." [PIANIST Magazine]

  • Gert has links to everything -- EVERYTHING! -- related to the premiere of Harrison Birtwhistle's The Minotaur. [Mad Musings of Me]

  • Via greg.org, artist Olafur Eliasson and his studio have a blog. [Spatial Vibration]

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