Links to External Web Sites
NHL on Google Video - This is HUGE. The NHL has announced a multi-year deal to provide NHL video content to Google Video. We'll see where this goes, but the premise is outstanding.
Creative commercials that you'll never forget - This is a nice collection of some great commercials, including the Toronto-produced Dove ad that's been receiving a lot of press lately.
World Container World Album Premiere - Since today is national Hip day, I thought this was a cool link to share with fellow fans of Canada's band. This is Gord and the boys discussing the new album while they play each song. There's great insight and another opportunity to hear this fantastic new album that hits stores today.
If you just want to check out the first four songs, "Yer Not The Ocean", "The Lonely End of the Rink", "In View" and "Fly", you can hear them on the Hip's MySpace page.
Slang of the 1920s - Have you ever wanted to talk like Mr. Burns? I know I have, and now I can. This list is the bee's knees.
How To Make Roses From Maple Leafs - This link is in honour of a most glorious game. Right now, everything smells like roses.
NPR 100: Master List of top 300 Songs - This list of 300 songs was compiled by members of the NPR News and Cultural Programming staff and several distinguished music critics and scholars. "Loser", "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and "Jeremy" all made the list.
All The Simpsons You Need - This link is too good to be true. I'm so happy I could cry. Ok, I am crying... buckets. I'm so happy!
Elliott Brood's The Bridge Video - I fell in love with "The Bridge" the first time I heard it. Deeming it SLS-worthy, it appeared on our 15th edition. Today, I discovered this blog with a very cool video for the tune. Check it out.
Free Movies Fallen out of Copyright - This is a neat little collection of films that have entered the public domain. That means the copyright or patent restrictions have expired and we can do whatever we want with them.
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