Daytrotter and 100 girls

Nicole introduced me to Daytrotter. From their "about" section: "What Daytrotter is attempting to do is to not kid around with you and tell you that we found something that you never knew existed... We're going to give you something that you truly have never heard... We're giving you exclusive, re-worked, alternative versions of old songs and unreleased tracks by some of your favorite bands and by a lot of your next favorite bands."

Apparently artists will stop by Rock Island, Illinois and record a few exclusive tracks for the Daytrotter community. Tracks are "made with minimal mic'ing."


But, really, there are 815 recorded sessions, so ... just explore! All the songs are free for downloading and Nicole told me that when you download them they already have album artwork and all that. Haven't tested it yet though.

Okay, on to the other website I encountered today. Via 20-Nothings blog, I came across The 100 Girls 100 Days Project. Haven't read past Day 4 yet; seems so interesting in a twisted way. La La La..... okay!

Sushi and sake tonight in Palo Alto!

p.s. Aaron passed his test!!!

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