Let’s start off with a few fat-free links of a decidedly ‘Welcome to the party’ variety. Mmm-mmm, good.
Rolling Stone’s Robert Levine writes on The Death of High Fidelity, detailing how mp3s have turned the mastering process into a details-obliterating wall of loud. Way to be at the vanguard, Rolling Stone. Audio nerds have been decrying this trend for well over a decade.
The New York Times takes a 10 page look at the state of electronic voting in the United States with ‘Can You Count on Voting Machines’ (answer the rest of us already arrived at: NO), which will hopefully have an effect on those states still relying on such a lackluster technology.
George McGovern does what he felt he could not do with Nixon and joins the growing chorus of respectable voices calling for impeachment proceedings against President Bush.