Bob Dylan Is The Man!

Bob Dylan Is The Man!:
Whether you’ve gone through a Dylan phase or not, we hop you dig this collection of our favorites (acoustic and electric).
1. Song To Woody – Bob Dylan
2. Blowin’ In The Wind – Bob Dylan
3. Girl From The North Country – Bob Dylan
4. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right – Bob Dylan
5. The Times They Are A-Changin’ – Bob Dylan
6. My Back Pages – Bob Dylan
7. It Ain’t Me Babe – Bob Dylan
8. It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) – Bob Dylan
9. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue – Bob Dylan
10. Highway 61 Revisited – Bob Dylan
11. Just Like A Woman – Bob Dylan
12. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat – Bob Dylan
13. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 – Bob Dylan
14. All Along The Watchtower – Bob Dylan
15. Lay Lady Lay – Bob Dylan
16. Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You – Bob Dylan
17. The Man In Me – Bob Dylan
18. If Not For You – Bob Dylan
19. Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door – Bob Dylan
20. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere – Bob Dylan
21. Tangled Up In Blue – Bob Dylan
22. If You See Her, Say Hello – (alternate version) – Bob Dylan
23. Hurricane – Bob Dylan
24. Like A Rolling Stone (Live Version) – Bob Dylan
25. I Shall Be Released – Bob Dylan

The Fray’s Picks to Click

The Fray’s Picks to Click:
From Josh Rouse to Brandy Carlile, singer-songwriters rule the Fray’s playlist.
1. Sleepsinging – The Damnwells
2. Fine Line – Paul McCartney
3. Wordless Chorus – My Morning Jacket
4. Political Scientist – Ryan Adams
5. Love Vibration – Josh Rouse
6. Ain’t No Easy Way – Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
7. Muzzle Of Bees – Wilco
8. You Might See Him – David Mead
9. Son Of Sam – Elliott Smith
10. What Can I Say – Brandi Carlile
11. Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers
12. Forever My Friend – Ray Lamontagne
13. Delicate (Live In Dublin) – Damien Rice
14. Annasthesia – Nathan Johnson & The Cinematic Underground

Leonard Cohen Interview

Leonard Cohen was on Fresh Air yesterday. Among other things, he talks about his five-year stint at a Zen monastery during which his manager stole most of his money.

M.I.A. denied entry to US

Rapper M.I.A. has been denied entry to the US to work on her new album. This presumably has something to do with her father being in a [Sri Lankan rebel group](

Gomez’s Mix Tape

Gomez’s Mix Tape:
1. The Inner Workings of Gomez – Gomez
2. About ‘How We Operate’ – Gomez
3. ‘See The World’ – Gomez
4. See the World – Gomez
5. ‘How We Operate’ – Gomez
6. How We Operate – Gomez
7. ‘Girlshapedlovedrug’ – Gomez
8. Girlshapedlovedrug – Gomez
9. ‘Hamoa Beach’ – Gomez
10. Hamoa Beach – Gomez
11. Playing covers – Gomez
12. Getting Better – Gomez
13. Talking Heads – ‘Road To Nowhere’ – Gomez
14. Road To Nowhere – Talking Heads
15. Bob Dylan -‘It Ain’t Me Babe – Visions of Johanna’ – Gomez
16. It Ain’t Me Babe – Bob Dylan
17. Tom Waits – ‘Step Right Up’ – Gomez
18. Step Right Up – Tom Waits

Novell’s new Linux driver process

Novell has launched a new Linux driver process aimed at solving the problems I was trying to figure out [earlier]().

>These drivers are then linked to a specific Linux kernel version via kABI (Kernel Application Binary Interface) metadata. This linkage enables the system to know what driver version works with the current kernel version. Since the kABI is a moving target, Novell will track it and inform hardware vendors, as needed, when they need to update a driver for an upcoming change to the kABI…

> In its FAQ, the Linux distributor states, “The best place for partners to develop kernel drivers is upstream in the source tree, where kernel driver code benefits from thorough review and community involvement. Novell promotes having all Linux device drivers be a part of the official source tree. However, we recognize that some drivers are not there yet or have been integrated only after a kernel release has happened. For this case, we offer a way to get a supportable and certifiable driver anyway using the Driver Process described here.”

Good stuff, I hope the other distros adopt it.

The Daily Show affects young voters

A study found that watching *The Daily Show* might be causing low youth voter turnouts because viewers have a more cynical opinion of candidates and the political system. Ah, now I get it. Young people aren’t avoiding the polls because the candidates are low quality and the system is corrupt, they’re avoiding the polls because *The Daily Show* keeps *pointing out* that the candidates are low quality and the system is corrupt.