The album of the week is Sting’s *Songs From The Labyrinth*. Sting and lutenist Edin Karamasov perform the songs of original singer-songwriter [John Dowland](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dowland).
Frank Sinatra — The Old Man in Concert:
During his last decade life, Sinatra was a concert animal, with his swinging style and way with a lyric holding supreme.
1. The Lady Is A Tramp (Live) – Frank Sinatra
2. Pennies From Heaven (Live) – Frank Sinatra
3. It Was A Very Good Year (Live) – Frank Sinatra
4. It’s All Right With Me (Live) – Frank Sinatra
5. Mack The Knife (Live) – Frank Sinatra
6. I Get A Kick Out Of You (Live) – Frank Sinatra
7. Summerwind (Live) – Frank Sinatra
8. You Make Me Feel So Young (Live) – Frank Sinatra
9. Nice ‘N’ Easy (Live) – Frank Sinatra
10. Come Fly With Me (Live) – Frank Sinatra
11. Without A Song (Live) – Frank Sinatra
12. Come Rain, Or Come Shine (Live) – Frank Sinatra
13. New York, New York (Live) – Frank Sinatra
14. What Now My Love (Live) – Frank Sinatra
15. For Once In My Life (Live) – Frank Sinatra
16. The Man That Got Away (Live) – Frank Sinatra
17. As Time Goes By – Frank Sinatra
18. Maybe This Time (Live) – Frank Sinatra
19. Angel Eyes – Frank Sinatra
Gems From 1983:
Well-worn favorites from R.E.M. and U2 sit alongside forgotten gems from the likes of the Polecats, the Lyres and, um, Taco.
1. Make A Circuit With Me – The Polecats
2. It’s Like That – Run-DMC
3. Electric Avenue – Eddy Grant
4. In A Big Country – Big Country
5. Two Hearts Beat As One – U2
6. Sharp Dressed Man – ZZ Top
7. Photograph – Def Leppard
8. Sitting Still – R.E.M.
9. Puttin’ On The Ritz – TACO
10. Too Shy – Kajagoogoo And Limahl
11. Help You Ann – Lyres
12. Nellie The Elephant – Toy Dolls
13. Cum On Feel The Noize – Quiet Riot
14. Shakin’ Street – MC5
15. The Wrong Heartbeat – Richard Thompson
16. Frank’s Wild Years – Tom Waits
Mozilla is forcing Debian to stop using the Firefox name with the version of Firefox that they ship. Debian doesn’t use the official Firefox logo because it is distributed under a non-[Free](http://www.fsf.org/licensing/essays/free-sw.html) copyright license, which violates Debian’s [Free Software Guidelines](http://www.debian.org/social_contract#guidelines). For branding reasons, Mozilla wants any version of Firefox that uses the Firefox name to also use the official logo. Until recently, Debian had an agreement with Mozilla that allowed them to separate the logo and the name, but Mozilla has reversed that decision.
At the same time, the GNU Project has launched a completely Free version of Firefox called [IceWeasel](http://www.gnu.org/software/gnuzilla/) and it seems likely that Debian will ship IceWeasel instead of Firefox. Some folks on the Ubuntu forums have come up with some [spiffy IceWeasel logos](https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IceWeaselIcon) but there doesn’t seem to be any indication as to how Ubuntu will deal with the Firefox naming issue.
The disagreement seems silly to me and harms everyone involved. It is strictly a branding issue for Mozilla and they could easily continue to allow the use of the Firefox name without the logo or re-license the logo under Free terms. Having numerous Linux distros shipping a browser called IceWeasel is going to be much worse for the Firefox brand than a few missing logos.
There is already a nice [Wikipedia article](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iceweasel) on IceWeasel.
Aaron Swartz has an interesting post about his visit to the Mission Hill School in Roxbury.
Merlin Mann and David Allen are doing a weekly _Getting Things Done_-oriented podcast called Productive Talk. The first episode goes out tomorrow.
The album of the week is the Decemberist’s *The Crane Wife*.
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2006:
This free three-day concert in Golden Gate Park is a music fan millionaire’s gift to the City of San Francisco.
1. The Revolution Starts Now – Steve Earle
2. Fairweather – Allison Moorer
3. Country Darkness (The Clarksdale Sessions) – Elvis Costello & The Imposters
4. Seven Times Hotter Than Fire – T Bone Burnett
5. Upside Down – Freakwater
6. I Want to Sing That Rock and Roll – Gillian Welch
7. Walking Man – Guy Clark
8. Banjo Picking Girl – Hazel Dickens/Alice Gerrard
9. Nashville Radio – (Fast Version) – Jon Langford
10. The Saturday Boy – Billy Bragg
11. I’m Movin’ On – Jimmie Dale Gilmore
12. Rosalie – Alejandro Escovedo
13. My Life – Iris DeMent
14. 1952 Vincent Black Lightning – Richard Thompson
15. Short Life Of Trouble – Jody Stecher/Kate Brislin
16. Dancing Daze – The Avett Brothers
17. Red Dirt Girl – Emmylou Harris
18. Who’s Your Uncle – Jerry Douglas
19. Dimes – AJ Roach
20. Earl’s Breakdown – Earl Scruggs
Pianos Are the New Guitars:
1. Everybody’s Changing – Keane
2. Clocks – Coldplay
3. Tiny Dancer – Elton John
4. Flowers In The Window – Travis
5. Lullaby – Starsailor
6. Don’t Steal Our Sun – The Thrills
7. Battle Of Who Could Care Less – Ben Folds Five
8. Hello Sunshine – Super Furry Animals
9. Section 12 (Hold Me Now) – The Polyphonic Spree
10. Take Your Mama – Scissor Sisters
11. The Sun Beats Down – The High Llamas
12. The Model – Belle And Sebastian
13. Song For Whoever – The Beautiful South
14. Bittersweetheart – Ed Harcourt
15. Tippytoes – The Phones
16. Wishing On A Star – Paul Weller
17. 1963 – Rachael Yamagata
18. Piano Man – Billy Joel
Bob Dylan — Singer:
If Dylan had failed as a poet/prophet/godlike figure, he would’ve been a Meteorologist. Here are Dylan songs about weather.
1. Hurricane – Bob Dylan
2. High Water (for Charley Patton) – Bob Dylan
3. Idiot Wind – Bob Dylan
4. Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood) – Bob Dylan
5. The Levee’s Gonna Break – Bob Dylan
6. Watching The River Flow – Bob Dylan
7. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 – Bob Dylan
8. The Water Is Wide – Bob Dylan
9. Down In The Flood – Bob Dylan
10. Blowin’ In The Wind – Bob Dylan
11. Shelter From The Storm – Bob Dylan