The folks over at Logitech, together with Wakefield Research, have conducted a survey that's yielded some very interesting results. They'll be releasing more on the Logitech blog as the month goes in - much of it focused on the way people interact with their TV remotes - but the first findings are fascinating.
There are some albums that need to be listened to in whole. Take “Dark Side of the Moon”, for example. The individual tracks are great, but the album as a whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The same can be said about almost every album by Pink Floyd.
Michael Jackson, the aptly named "King of Pop", was taken to the UCLA Medical Center today and pronounced dead at approximately 3 p.m. PT. Los Angeles paramedics arrived at Jackson's Bel-Air home at 12:30 p.m. after Michael was found not breathing and in a coma by a family doctor. Paramedics discovered Jackson in full cardiac arrest and performed CPR as they traveled to the hospital.
NPD released stats from a recent study that claims that those who use Twitter purchase more digital music than those who are not users. Active Twitter users purchase 77% more music than non-users, and 12% of those who report buying music in the past 3 months have used Twitter as well.