34 captures 03 Jul 2015 - 30 Jul 2018
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The goal is to fix all broken links on the web. Crawls of supported "No More 404" sites. Collection: Wikipedia Near Real Time (from IRC) This is a collection of web page captures from links added to, or changed on, Wikipedia pages. The idea is to bring a reliability to Wikipedia outlinks so that if the pages referenced by Wikipedia articles are changed, or go away, a reader can permanently find what was originally referred to.
This is part of the Internet Archive's attempt to rid the web of broken links. TIMESTAMPS
Nine Inch Nails Release Instrumental Versions of ‘The Fragile,’ ‘With Teeth’ on Apple Music
Trent Reznor shares old outtakes on the new streaming serviceshare Credit: Photo by Ian Witlen By: Colin Joyce // June 30, 2015
Trent Reznor has been intimately involved in the creative side of Apple’s new music streaming service since its infancy, and now that it’s launched he’s shared a few special surprises exclusive to Apple Music. As he’s mentioned in a few interviews this morning, he released a previously unheard instrumental version of Nine Inch Nails’ The Fragile, the original of which was SPIN’s Best Album of 1999. But in addition, the frontman/composer also unleashed a similar outtake collection for the band’s 2005 album With Teeth. You can listen to both over at Apple Music. For more on the service—including a brief chat with Reznor himself—read SPIN’s assessment of what works and what doesn’t.The Shadow of Death: SPIN's 2005 Nine Inch Nails Cover Story This story originally appeared as the cover story to the May 2005 issue of SPIN magazine MORE >> Tags: nine inch nails Comment (3) Journey Drummer Deen Castronovo Reportedly Charged With Rape Watch Pharrell’s New ‘Freedom’ Video, Which Costs $9.99 Per Month
- http://www.standupforkids.org blackroseMD1
Apple Music? Ugh…
I love NIN, but I’m not gonna install that POS iTunes for this.
- Kent Seaton
Don’t worry, you will be able to get the music from other sources soon enough. apple can go die in a fire.
- Kent Seaton
- Felicia Andreani
its out on yt and pirate bay
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Ask SPIN Founder Bob Guccione Jr. AnythingThis year marks SPIN's 30th anniversary and as part of the celebration, founder Bob Guccione Jr. has come back to take part in a six-month… By: SPIN Staff / June 25, 2015 2000s
The Rebirth of Cool: SPIN’s 2003 Strokes Cover StoryThey were edgy and rattled about what was happening to them. The fantasy came true. Real fame after handing out flyers and playing… By: Marc Spitz / June 18, 2015 1980s
Ike’s Story: SPIN’s 1985 Feature on Ike TurnerIn the very early days, right after we launched the magazine, and as the reality set in we had to do this every… By: Edward Kiersh / June 11, 2015 Features
SPIN’s 30 Years Told in 30 Stories: An IntroductionThirty years ago, SPIN launched with a self-deprecating but sincere introduction from founder Bob Guccione Jr. “The world needs a lot of things before it… By: SPIN Staff / June 11, 2015 Features
SPIN’s 30th Anniversary Readers’ Poll: ResultsSPIN turned 30 this year, and we've been celebrating in a number of ways, including revisiting the artists behind some of our past Albums of the Year,… By: SPIN Staff / May 19, 2015 Lists
Breaking Down SPIN’s List of the 300 Best Albums From the Past 30 YearsFor our 30th anniversary, SPIN ranked the 300 Best Albums to come out since 1985 when the magazine was first published. It was a massive undertaking… By: James Grebey / May 14, 2015
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In 1978, Kraftwerk released The Man-Machine, an album that openly explored the intersection of humanity and technology. Nearly 40 years later, that examination is still underway, and the electronic-music community can’t seem to decide whether or not humanity’s ever-increasing dependence on technology is a good thing. Matrixxman a.k.a. Charles McCloud Duff is the latest artist… More »Comment (1)