Boston’s excellent [Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum](http://www.gardnermuseum.org/) has a podcast of its classical music concerts. The sound quality is great, with occasionally too much background noise, and the performances sound good to my untrained ears. Highly recommended.
In recent parliamentary elections two Animals Rights MPs where elected in the Netherlands.
>”When I look at animals, they are innocent. We are treating them like they are things, like they are bicycles. That’s not what we have to be as human beings. We have common sense and moral awareness, so we have to use that as well.”
[This American Life](http://thislife.org/) finally has a [free podcast](http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/061012/cgth054.html?.v=57). The archives are still locked up behind the Audible.com paywall but my commutes and workouts just got a lot more enjoyable.
Vegan Dinner has great-looking vegan recipes three times a week.
The reason we chose to begin this website is three-fold.
Firstly, the goal is to try 365 new meals in 365 days.
Second, to encourage people to lead healthier lives by demonstrating how easy it is to prepare one healthy, Vegan meal per day.
Third, to expand our repitoir of meals. We like to experiment and feel that keeping a log of all the things we eat will help us to expand our horizons.
Snoop Dogg’s Hit List:
Welcome to Snoop’s handpicked, super-smooth soul cuts.
1. Sanctified Lady – Marvin Gaye
2. Best Of My Love – The Emotions
3. I Choose You – Willie Hutch
4. You Turned My Whole World Around – Barry White
5. To Be True (bonus track) – Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes
6. Disco Lady – Johnnie Taylor
7. I Want’A Do Something Freaky To You – Leon Haywood
8. Young Hearts Run Free – Candi Staton
9. I’m In Love (And I Love The Feeling) – Rose Royce
10. Walk Away From Love – David Ruffin
25 Post-Punk Favorites:
1. Public Image – Public Image Ltd.
2. Nightclubbing – Iggy Pop
3. Blackout – David Bowie
4. Memories Can’t Wait – Talking Heads
5. Shot By Both Sides – Magazine
6. Transmission – Joy Division
7. I Travel – Simple Minds
8. Dumb Waiters – The Psychedelic Furs
9. Primitive – Killing Joke
10. Everything’s Gone Green – New Order
11. Spellbound – Siouxsie & The Banshees
12. The New Stone Age – Orchestral Manouevres in the Dark (OMD)
13. Kick In The Eye 2 – Bauhaus
14. Wax And Wane – Cocteau Twins
15. Birds Fly (Whisper To A Scream) – The Icicle Works
16. Was There Anything I Could Do? – The Go-Betweens
17. Lay Of The Land – The Fall
18. Talk About The Past 12′ – The Wake
19. Send Them Away – The Wake
20. Sweatbox – The Wolfgang Press
21. German Shepherds – Wire
Linux Journal has a sample chapter from Scott Granneman’s new book [*Linux Phrasebook*](http://safari.ciscopress.com/0672328380?tocview=true), which looks like an introduction to the Linux command line only organized by task with lots of examples. I like this format because it’s how I try to keep [my own notes](http://benw.pbwiki.com/LinuxPhrases) on things I need to do. It’s also much easier than wading through man pages for the options you need.
What’s the difference between a regular robot and a killer robot?
The gnawing jeers of men.
The album of last week was the Annuals’ *Be He Me*.