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The Orlando Weekly Is On Notice

Mon, 10/30/2006 - 01:18 -- rprice

Check it out:
Orlando Weekly - Home Page

Notice anything? Me neither. It's like they packed up their snake oil and left town at the first whiff of kerosene.

Are they rebuilding their crappy site? Fixing the broken search engine? Hiring a new staff writer for movies and theater? Who knows?

Actually, that last one was a bit of a joke. The guy who does most of the movie reviews now, John Thomason, is just a lowly contributor, and deserves to be full-time.

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Mark Baratelli Asks: How Do You Feel?

Sat, 10/28/2006 - 01:24 -- rprice

My good friend and colleague Mark Baratelli has luanched a video version of his audio podcast "How Do You Feel?" On top of that, he has taken the advice of many of his peers and decided to brand all of his podcasts as "Mark Baratelli Presents" (or so it would seem from this page). Now let's watch the Technorati links roll by...

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eMusic's Catalog Is Impressive, Easy, DRM-Free

Fri, 10/27/2006 - 19:47 -- rprice

A few months ago I purchased a subscription to eMusic, a DRM-free MP3 site that has been around for quite some time. I started out with the basic 40-song plan (about $10/month), but after browsing the site I quickly upgraded to the 90-song plan (more like $20/month) because I wanted to get more than 3 albums in a month. If you do the simple math, songs are $0.25 a piece - 1/4 of iTunes' price, and still beating a $10 CD on sale by at least half, depending on the number of songs. Unlike iTunes, there is no album discount.

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Films Films Films

Tue, 10/24/2006 - 02:11 -- rprice

This past weekend was the first ever Orlando Film Festival... in case you missed it, and it's likely you did. The people who put this thing together are well-known and respected in the Florida film community. I got a chance to sit down with the programming team, Brian Quain and Michael King. You may recognize Brian as the inventor of a phenomenon only known as "The Game". Michael is known mostly in Orlando for his Writing-Producing-Acting role in his film The Way Back Home.

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