In China, Google’s search engine now acts as a free music download service. Piracy is so rampant in China that music labels agreed to split ad revenue with Google in exchange for free music. There are no signs US labels are willing to adapt such model, but perhaps in the future.
While I’ll be live blogging/tweeting the anticipated Thursday, April 2nd opening, the below will be spinning all weekend long.
The infamous filmmaker launches a video network that explores consciousness, creativity, and bliss. DLF.TV first webcast will stream from the “Change Begins Within” benefit concert featuring Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and others on Sat. April 4.
School of the Arts Film Program, Carla Kuhn Series present
Screening of SIN NOMBRE followed by Q+A with director Cary Fukunaga
Thursday, March 26, 3:30pm
Columbia University: 2960 Broadway, Lerner Hall, Roone Arledge Cinema, 2nd floor
Economy got you down? Come stay at the W New York this Tuesday for $549 and you can have an in-hotel meet and greet with Peter Bjorn and John, followed by a live show. If you’re still worried about your lost pension Wednesday morning, the W Hotel will be hosting a brunch with Goldman Sachs financial planners–$60 per plate (joke, joke).
One more reason to procrastinate–>the ultimate distraction list.