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Jay-Z leads Grammy nominations with 9

After award nominations are handed, out come the stories of snubs and misses. However, with the Grammys, can one really tell?
In the Media by Tim O'Brien

CIA pays millions to AT&T for international phone records

According to a report, AT&T receives more than $10 million per year from the CIA, and in return the CIA can access the company's database of international phone records, which also includes information on Americans.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 1 comment

Summer box office sets domestic record

Sure, there were a few box office bombs this summer but that didn't stop it from setting a record. The summer of 2013 goes down as the best summer ever, money wise, at the domestic box office.
In the Media by Tim O'Brien

Review: Atlas Genius delivers on 'When It Was Now' CD

Australian duo Atlas Genius released their newest studio album “When It Was Now” on their label, Warner Brothers Records.
In the Media by Markos Papadatos

Review: Hugh Laurie proves his musical worth (again) on 'Didn't It Rain'

Laurie’s love affair with New Orleans blues music takes a detour into the American heartland with 'Didn’t It Rain'. And surprise! This is no vanity project.
In the Media by Mindy Peterman

Watch a vehicle do a back-flip into record books

Tignes - A French driver named Guerlain Chicherit is one of the first known people to do a complete 360 degree back-flip with a motorized vehicle.
In the Media by Micki Hogan

Weather in 2012 sets new records across the United States

According to the NOAA annual State of the Climate reports, 2012 demonstrated its share of dramatic weather changes across the United States.
In the Media by Nicole Byerly - 2 comments

Index to 4.5 million Jewish records from Poland online Special

A website with a name searchable index to birth, marriage and death records of Jews from Poland from 1808 to 1911 exists through the efforts of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Stanley Diamond of Montreal, and an international group of volunteers.
Digital Journal Report by Mark Steinberg - 2 comments

Fifty years on, Donovan still loves his work Special

As one of 2012's inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, legendary singer-songwriter Donovan reflects on his half-century of making music.
Digital Journal Report by Mindy Peterman - 1 comment

An interview with singer / songwriter Jody Quine Special

Jody Quine is a talented Vancouver-based singer/songwriter who has shown she is multi-talented and blurs music genre lines.
Digital Journal Report by Erin P. Capuano

Nearly 6,000 U.S. weather records broken in March

Nearly 6,000 United States weather records–in large part due to the unusually warm temperatures–have been broken thus far in March.
In the Media by William Rubin - 3 comments

British Newspaper Archive launches major heritage venture online

Oh Yay, Oh yay, read all about it! An enterprising concept to digitise every newspaper, periodical and journal ever printed in Britain has been made available online.
In the Media by Kev Hedges

The 2011 Record and CD Convention in Vancouver Special

Vancouver - The Croatian Cultural Centre in Vancouver was hosting The 2011 Record and CD Convention on Sunday. Once a year, enthusiasts of black vinyl records, tapes, music CDs and concerts on DVD get together here to exchange and trade both old and new music.
Digital Journal Report by Joseph Boltrukiewicz

Hawaii cites privacy laws in not releasing Obama birth records

After a public inquiry by Hawaii's Democratic Governor Neil Abercrombie to release President Obama's birth certificate, Hawaii's attorney general says the records are protected under state privacy laws.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 6 comments

Study: 81% of 2-year-olds have online presence

According to a survey from Internet security company AVG, a whopping 81 percent of children around the world have an online presence by the time they are two years old. In the U.S., that number is as high as 92 percent.
In the Media by Chris Hogg - 2 comments

Op-Ed: A Golden Obscenity? The world's most expensive coin for sale

Vienna - Produced by the Royal Canadian Mint, the biggest coin in the world is more than half a meter wide, weighs 100 kilogram and will be on auction in Vienna next week. How weird does one have to be in order to buy this, to want to own this?
In the Media by R. C. Camphausen - 3 comments

Oldest U.S. Woman Dies

Mary Josephine Ray, the oldest U.S. woman, passed away Sunday at the age of 114. Ray was born on May 17, 1885 in Canada.
In the Media by Joe Gullo - 3 comments

Uno, a real 'alta cocker', may be oldest living dog

“Alta cocker” is a Yiddish expression meaning “old man” and is how his owner describes his cocker spaniel, Uno, who turned 22 on New Year’s Day. He suspects the dog may be the “alta-est” in the world.
In the Media by Sandy Sand

Susan Boyle's new album breaks Amazon records

Susan Boyle, who became famous overnight after her appearance on Britain's Got Talent, has broken the record for CD pre-orders on Amazon. The album will see its release on Monday in the UK and is entitled "I Dreamed a Dream."
In the Media by Jane Fazackarley

2007 Births Set Records In The United States

Researchers said Wednesday that 4,317,119 births in 2007. That sets a national record for births topping the record from 1957 at the height of the baby boom. There were also more babies more out of 'wedlock' than any other year.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

FCC won't probe disclosure of phone records

The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission declined to investigate reports that phone companies turned over customer records to the National Security Agency, citing national security concerns.
In the Media by RobotGod

Google Pushes to Make Public Records Readily Available

Public health and education records may soon be easier to find online. But privacy experts are concerned that Social Security numbers will be compromised.
In the Media by Lisa Angotti - 11 comments

Starbucks to launch music label

Starbucks to launch music label.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 4 comments

Christina Aguilera records a song about oral sex

Christina Aguilera has recorded a song about oral sex. Called "F*** You, Suck You." She wont release it as it may be a bad blow for her career. Arf.
In the Media by klinkklink - 6 comments

Ahmet Ertegun, Atlantic Records founder, dies at 83

Ahmet Ertegun, who helped define American music as the founder of Atlantic Records, a label that popularized the gritty R&B of Ray Charles, the classic soul of Aretha Franklin and the British rock of the Rolling Stones, died Thursday, he was 83.
In the Media by greger69

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