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2012.04.05-Pick Of The Day-John Christopher Thomas

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Pick Of The Day John Christopher Thomas

John Christopher Thomas

Hello indienation listeners Cleta is bringing you todays pick of the day and since today is April 5th 2012 and it is One day without shoes day. I thought this song Feet Don’t Fail Me Now was very fitting for this day it is from the very talented John Christopher Thomas This was quoted from his bio at reverbnation.com

Born in Omaha Nebraska and raised in San Antonio Texas, John began playing piano at seven. His style developed in his early teens, while studying jazz piano. During the mid-80’s, John began to work with a variety of bands playing rock, funk, blues and fusion music. In 1991, after completing his Bachelor’s degree in art, John moved to South Korea to teach English. He eventually joined a Korean group called Joybox, whose pop single “Special” made it to #23 in the K-Pop charts in 2000. Now adding acoustic guitar to his instruments, John had hundreds of recorded demos to tweak and develop. After completing his MA back in San Antonio, he created the short-live blog “Sweaty Monk.com”, to express the difficulty of those following an individual creative path. Constantly recording in his makeshift home studio, he was able to record tunes that reflected his earlier musical roots of low-fi indie songs with slight touches of folk and world.

I really dig this song I hope you enjoy it as well.
You can find John at:

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2012.03.19 – Spotlight on Jamie Gray

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Spotlight on Jamie Gray

Jamie Gray – Anywhere

Today we shine the spotlight on Jamie Gray. A musician we first became aware of due one of our programing directors, Meshelly. Listen in as, our other programing director, Cleta and Lumpy talk with Jamie Gray about his music. We shall discuss his passion, poetry, beer and how you can get a copy of his latest EP!

Joining us in Teamspeak were Cleta, Omnidragon, Knowles217 and Matt… let us not forget Jamie.  This episode streamed live on indienation on 19 March, 2012.  Be sure and listen often for live on stream shows!

2012.02.04 – Indie Soup Live with Guests, “Dear You”

2012.02.04 –  Indie Soup Live with Guests, “Dear You”

.. who knows what you will hear next!

This week we are pleased to have musical guest, the members of the band, “Dear You”. Listen as we talk with them and spin some of their most excellent music. Louis Moore (drums), Danny Davis (guitar), and Mason McDonald (vocals/bass), 3 of the bands 4 members, were kewl enough to take some time our their schedule and join us via VOIP for an interview.

CLICK HERE TO READ AND LISTEN TO MORE!

2012.03.16 – The LumpCast

2012.03.16 – The LumpCast

Readers and Listeners,

A new episode of The LumpCast has been published featuring the music of; Ana Popovic, Chillerstadt, George Clinton, Polina Kourakina, Sly Stone, Thomas Reed Smith Band, Jim Truth, 60 Seconc Crush, American Heartbreak, El Debarge, Sevendust, Alice Cooper, Ana Popovic, Andy Steve and Andy, Ministry, Candye Kane, Ben Sem, and Ampliphonic. Check out 2012.03.16 – The LumpCast

2012.03.02 – The LumpCast and the Spotlight on Various Artists

For this week’s episode of the LumpCast, I thought I would kick back to some of the musicians we have had the pleasure to get to know in the recent past, some locally from Cleveland and others from elsewhere.

I am playing short sets and spotlights for this show. Many of them are recordings I actually did with a Zoom H2 Portable Recording unit when these musicians played live at local clubs in the Cleveland, Ohio area.

Listen in as Cleta, Omnidragon, Boz and Lumpy spin and eclectic mix of indie music.

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2012.03.05 Monday Night Tech Net News and Opinon – Episode 12

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Monday Night Tech Net News and Opinion 2012.03.05

We started tonight’s show with some music by Bob Ricci

Bob Ricci

We played:

  • Unhackable

You can find Bob Ricci at:
Bobricci.com
Myspace
Bobricci.net
The FuMP
Facebook
Then we had some music from Beatnik Turtle

2nd Annual Parsec Awards: Beatnik Turtle

2nd Annual Parsec Awards: Beatnik Turtle (Photo credit: Cryptonaut)

We played:

You can find Beatnik Turtle at:
Beatnikturtle.com
Myspace
Twitter
The song of the day.com
When then heard some music from Devo Spice
We played:

  • I’m Not Your Personal IT Guy

You can find Devo spice at:
His Web Site
The fuMp
Youtube
Facebook

Then we went back to some more music we played some music from Buddy Guy & Junior Wells

Buddy Guy & Junior Wells
We played :

  • Wrong Doing Woman

You can find Buddy Guy & Junior Wells at:
Mevios Music Alley and it is part of a large collection of blues artist on the Alligator Records Label, also available at Mevio.
Amazon (Junior Wells at Amazon)
Then we had another song from Buddy Guy

  • Are You Losing Your Mind?

Our First news of the night was from BetaNews.com

Sony Loses $250 Million in Michael Jackson Digital Tracks, and Hides It

Michael Jackson

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Betanews.com has reported that Sony confirmed over the weekend that hackers have downloaded around 50,000 tracks and music related files from the Michael Jackson estate. Sony purchased these files for $250 million dollars last year. British authorities arrested two men in, connection with the hack back in May and they appeared in court this past Friday. Trial is, scheduled to begin in January of 2013.

We had some more news from ExtremeTech.com

Github Hacked, Millions of Projects at Risk of Being Modified or Deleted

GitHub, which is one of the largest repositories of commercial and open source software, was hacked over the weekend. A developer named Egor Homakov exploited a vulnerability in GitHub which allowed him to gain administrator access to some very well-known projects.

The next news was from Arstechnica.com

The Pwn Plug is a Little White Box That Can Hack Your Network

This is a little white box that looks like a power adapter. A nation wide bank sent in what looked like a technician to go in and say I need to test for power fluctuations on the power circuit, and what he did was just plug this white box into a power plug and then there was a little network cable that went over to the network. What it does is it will hack the network without you even touching it. It’s got a Linux type of operating system on it. You don’t even have to have a computer hooked to the network. Just plug this in, it hacks the network, and you can buy these for 480 dollars for a basic model. And for $250 dollars more, you can get an elite version. You can connect to it over a mobile network and it pretty much gets you into the network. So, this is a big security concern for places like banks, financial service companies, etc.

We went on to some music from Ana Popovic.

We played:

  • Ana Popovic – Nothing Personal
  • Ana Popovic – Putting Out The APB

You can find Ana Popovic at:
anapopovic.com
Facebook
Twitter
Youtube
Then we had some music from Beatnik Turtle

  • How Did I Google This?

You can find them at:
Beatnikturtle.com
Myspace
Twitter
The song of the day.com

We have some more news from HunffingtonPost.com

Google Street View Lands Search Giant in Lawsuit over Urination Image

A Frenchman in Nantes, France is taking Google to court because of a photo published by its Street View application. The image shows him urinating in his front yard and he claims this has made him the laughing-stock of his village. The man is around the age of 50 and lives in a village with only about 3,000 people. He has demanded the removal of the photo because people have recognized him even though his face has, been blurred. Along with the removal of the photo he is demanding the, equivalent of $13,300 U.S.
dollars in damages.

And then some more news from Cnet.com

English: Google Logo officially released on Ma...

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Google Patent Application Reveals Broadband Dreams

Google has applied for a patent for general edging system and methods which they say is a low-impact, convenient, time-efficient, and cost-saving optical fiber deployment technology. This edging is a bendable strip that carries fiber-optic lines or coaxial cables. It allows the lines to be run along fences, driveways, or be dug into lawns. It can also be camouflaged to fit into gardens or decorated to be publicly displayed. This is looking to make installation of fiber cheaper and easier.

More news from Cnet.com

Google dishing up Key Lime Pie for Android?

Google has announced the official name for its next Android version which will be Key Lime Pie. It will be after the already announced release of Jelly Bean. Jelly Bean is expected to be released later this year and will be optimized for tablets. It is reported it should also be capable of being installed on Windows 8-based tablets and notebooks.

Then we have some music by Todd Chappelle
we played:

  • Google

You can find Todd Chappelle at:
Mevio’s Music Alley and toddchappelle.com. You can friend and follow him at MySpace and Reverb Nation.
His music can, be purchased at Amazon and on Todd Chappelle.
Then we had a couple of songs from Gavin Salkeld

  • She Rox
  • The 9:30 Shift

You can find him at:
Salkedmusic.com
Facebook
Imdb

We had some more news from Cnet.com

Portal’s Valve to Release Steam Box Console, Says Report

Portal's logotype.

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Valve, which is well-known for popular products such as Portal, Half-Life, and Left 4 Dead, are expected to announce at the Game Developers Conference or at E3 the release of a console to rival the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii. The Steam Box is expected to ship with a proprietary controller with swappable components to fix different styles of games. The device is expected to rock the console gaming community in the way that Netflix rocked the home movie industry.

Next we discussed news from Cnet.com

Slowloris Ddos Tool Used by Anonymous Hacked to Include Zeus Trojan

Some members of Anonymous have found themselves victims of a hack which has installed the infamous Zeus Trojan on their systems using their own slowloris hacking tool. The attacker changed a couple of Pastebin guides on installing their tool to also install this virus. Symantec has reported that this modified version of Slowloris has been widely downloaded. The compromised version is no longer linked in the Pastebin tutorials.

This news was from Wired.com

Sunspot Shoots Powerful Solar Storm Toward Earth

On Sunday two large solar storms erupted, but the first one should entirely miss the earth. The second, however, is expected to give the earth a glancing blow tonight. It is also expected to impact Mercury, Venus, and likely Mars. We are currently at the end and peak of an 11 year cycle.

We had a couple of songs from Mydols
we played:

  • Hot Rod Your Home
  • Super Bowl mix 2 (master)

You can find them at:
Mydols.com
Facebook
Twitter
Comments and feedback are welcome. You can call us at (818)81-INDIE or hit us up with an email at programing@indienation.fm. You can follow us as @indienationfm on Twitter. You can also join our community on Facebook.

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2012.02.27 – Tech Net News and Opinion – Episode 011

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We started tonight’s show off with some music from the wonderful Polina Kourakina.

We played:

  • Dance With Me
  • Not Done Dancing Yet
  • Liquor and Wine

You can find Polina Kourakina at:
Polina’s Web Site
Facebook
You can buy her music at:

You can buy her CD at CD Baby:

Wikileaks Pairs with Anonymous to Publish Intelligence Firm’s Dirty Laundry

This is the de-facto flag of the organization ...

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In a recent story, wired.com has announced that Anonymous and Wikileaks will be working together to release 5 million e-mails that were retrieved from servers at Strafor, a private intelligence firm.  Anonymous states that releasing this information on Wikileaks will allow for sifting through the mass of e-mails more efficiently.  In a statement from Stratfor, they claim that the e-mails should not publicly embarrass the company.

Our next news article came from Arstechnica.com

FBI turns off 3,000 GPS trackers after Supreme Court ruling

Andrew Weissmann, the general counsel for the FBI, announced that they are switching off thousands of GPS devices that are used for surveillance after the recent Supreme Court decision this past month.  The recent ruling states that GPS devices attached to the underbody of a car require a valid warrant.  The FBI is developing new guidelines in how they will use these devices.

Plesk control panel bug left FTC sites (and thousands more) exposed to Anons

A very serious vulnerability has been found in versions of Parallels Plesk Control Panel software.  This is very troubling due to the fact that this is one of the most popular control panel software programs currently available.  The vulnerability allows a hacker to make significant changes to user accounts and files.  This allows them to gain root access and install custom software.  Anyone that uses Plesk and does not keep their control panel up to date on a regular basis is encouraged to upgrade to the most recent micro-patch of your available version.

We went to some music by The Hush Now

  • Cameraphone
  • Sitting on a Slow Clock
  • The Glow

You can find The Hush Now at:
Myspace
Facebook
Twitter
Mevio’s Music Alley

Google sells off Clearwire stake for $47 million

Cnet.com reports that Google recently sold off their $47 million dollar stake in Clearwire.  Google has not made a public statement on why they have decided to unload Clearwire, but, the huge losses Clearwire has been seeing in recent years might be an indicator.  Clearwire is hoping that the 5,000 LTE sites it plans on having operational mid next year will change their current course.

Google Aims to Offer Kansas City TV

Google

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The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Google, Inc. has applied in the past week to provide video service to residents of Kansas City, Missouri.  This sets the stage for Google offering a Cable-TV like service in addition to the high-speed internet service they plan on marketing later this year. This would place Google into competition with satellite and cable TV providers.  They are looking to launch this TV service in the coming months.

Google, Apple sued over Street View Technology

According to CNET, a recent lawsuit has been filed against Google and Apple stating that they infringed on a patent filed in mid-2003.  The patent covers an interactive system for displaying detailed view and direction in panoramic images.  The law suit claims that Google’s street view product is in violation and that Google and Apple were both aware of this before releasing their Street View product.  The company filing the suit is named PanoMap Technologies and they don’t even have a website.

Then, we had music from Beatnik Turtle
We played:

  • How Did I Google This?

You can find Beatnik Turtle at:
Beatnikturtle.com
Myspace
Twitter
The song of the day.com

Then, we played some music by Tom Smith:

  • Cruisin’ For Chicks On Google Maps

You can find Tom Smith at:
Tom Smith Online.com
Mevio’s Music Alley
Tom Smith at The FuMP.com

Then we had some more music by Beatnik Turtle

  • Beatnik Turtle – On Her Blog
  • Beatnik Turtle – Cube Farm

Buckyball Solids Found In Space

Extragalactic Space Balls

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Last year, scientists found gaseous clouds of buckyballs.  Astronomers have now discovered these carbon balls in solid form about 6,500 light-years from earth.  Buckyballs are microscopic spheres where 60 carbon atoms are arranged with alternating patterns of hexagons and pentagons in a football like pattern.  This makes the structures incredibly strong and perfect for making superconducting materials, medicines, water purification systems, and armor.  The particles they have discovered are miniscule and are much thinner than the width of a human hair.

Faster-Than-Light Neutrino Results May Be Due to Bad Cables

This one comes from wired.com.  In past broadcasts, we discussed tests that claimed to have sent neutrinos faster than the speed of light.  This, however, seems to not be due to a scientific breakthrough, but, due to bad cabling.  The issue they detected was a faulty fiber optic connection that brought the GPS signal to the experiment’s master clock.  This caused the GPS to provide the wrong timestamps during the synchronization between events.  The OPERA collaboration is looking to perform new measurements of the neutrino velocity as soon as they continue operations in March.
Then, we played some music from Chris Ayer. 
We played:

  • Starfish In The Front Yard
  • Evaporate
  • The Center Ring

You can find Chris Ayer at:
Myspace
Facebook
Bandcamp.com
Twitter
Mevio’s Music Alley

Code Hero raises over $100,000 for shooter that teaches Computer Programming

Our last news of the night was from Arstechnica.com.  Code Hero recently completed its Kickstarter project and successfully raised over $170,000.  Over 7,400 backers showed support for the product and are able to download and install a beta version of the game.  Code Hero is a co-op first person science shooter that allows you to manipulate code with a code gun.  Code Hero uses a gaming atmosphere in an educational manner to teach programming concepts.  The game uses the Unity Game Engine and is actively being developed.

Next we played some music by Bill Mecca

  • Grover’s Tune

You can find Bill Mecca at:
Billmecca.com
Comments and feedback are welcome. You can call us at (818)81-INDIE or hit us up with an email at programing@indienation.fm.  You can follow us as @indienationfm on Twitter.  You can also join our community on Facebook.

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Artist Spotlight on Polina Kourakina

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Talent and a Unique Style, Polina Kourakina


Today we have spotlight on an artist and we bring you the wonderful Polina Kourakina who joined Lumpy in the studio. He and Cleta had the chance to talk with Polina about the show she played at the Beach Land Tavern and other exciting things she has going on and Lumpy was able to record the show she did there. The songs she played were from her Wanderlust EP:

  • Catching the Port
  • Dying to Meet You
  • Liquor and Wine
  • Don’t Tell My Mom

Polina is a talented singer/songwriter who is currently in the greater Cleveland area. She is of Russian decent as you may have guessed by her name. She has a beautiful voice that will just melt your heart.

You can find Polina at:

2012.02.20 -Monday Night Tech Net News and Opinion – Episode 10

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2012.02.20 -Monday Night Tech Net News and Opinion – Episode 10

English: Sick of Sarah – The Roxy Theatre on 5...

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We started off tonight with some music from Sick of Sarah that was, recorded live at The Pirates Cove in Ohio.

  • Kick Back
  • Over Exposed
  • Hello, Good Morning (Sent out to Lumpy)

You can find Sick of Sarah at:
Sick Of Sarah.com
Facebook
Myspace

We started the news with a, article from Arstechnica.com

Future Chrome Version May Choose Your Passwords, and Change Them when You’ve Been Hacked

In a story from Ars Technia.com they report that in a future release of Chrome users will be able to generate passwords and change them if you’ve been hacked. You will be able to create and change the passwords on a site by site basis, but, they are looking to create a system where the user will be able to change all of their passwords at once. Currently Google is looking for a way to “authenticate to the browser to enable this feature”.

We have some more news from Cnet.com

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Google Public Dns Prevails as the World’s Largest Service

According to cnet.com Google’s Public DNS service is handling more than 70 billion DNS request per day. This makes it the largest public DNS service on earth according to Google. Their Public DNS service was, launched in December of 2009 in order to encourage a faster Internet experience to users of the service. Google has also expanded their servers to new countries such as Australia, India, Japan, and Nigeria.

We played some music by Nigel Passey From his new EP The Lights, The Sound and The People

  • Change
  • Don’t Run
  • Pick up the pieces

You can find Nigel Passey at:
Facebook
Myspace
Twitter

We had another news story from Arstechnica.com

Anonymous Antisec Hackers Break into and Bring Down Ftc Website

In this story from Arstechnica they report that members of Anonymous’s “Antisec” have attacked the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection website server. They were able to hack into the server and deface the sites that are, hosted on it. The members of Anonymous posted a log from the hack to pastebin.com and it shows the server’s directories, user account names, encrypted passwords, and the MySQL databases. In an announcement, from Anonymous they state “if ACTA is,signed by all participating negotiating countries… We will systematically knock all evil corporations and governments off of the Internet”.

Our next news story tonight was from Arstechnica.com

Malicious Backdoor in Open-source Messaging Apps Not Spotted for 3 Months

Arstechnica.com has reported that a backdoor has been found in the Horde Groupware and Webmail application. The malicious code has been in the Horde version 3.3.12 product, Horde Groupware 1.2.10, and Horde Groupware Webmail 1.2.10 for the past 3 months. It allowed hackers to run remote commands on the server. Horde says that the releases were altered, after unidentified hackers breached the FTP server that was used, to distribute the installation packages.

We had another news segment from Arstechnica.com

High Orbits and Slowlorised: understanding the Anonymous attack tools

In another story from arstechnica.com they discuss how Anonymous is staying away from their product known as Low Orbit Ion Cannon and are starting to use a new product names High Orbit Ion Cannon. The Low Orbit Ion Cannon or L.O.I.C. was a website and the new H.O.I.C. is an actual application. The main power of H.O.I.C. is that it can be, customized for each attack target easily using their simple GUI.

We moved on to some music by Jamie Gray from his new EP Anywhere

  • With you
  • Everytime you fall
  • On A Sunny Day


You can find Jamie Gray at:
JamieGraymusic.com
Reverb Nation
Twitter
Youtube
Facebook

We then moved to a news story from Arstechnica.com

Takedowns Run Amok? the Strange Secret Service/Godaddy Assault on Jotform

A popular site named JotForm was taken, down recently by the US Secret Service without any warning. The site became unreachable which made over two million user-created forms unusable. Customers blasted the site and many cancelled their subscriptions. Many commenters blame the company for using GoDaddy and are now on NameCheap and Hover. The Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary has tools Ars Technica that they are launching and internal investigation to verify that proper procedures were, followed.

Then we had another article from Cnet.com

Verizon Turns on 4g Lte in Five New Cities

On January 19th Verizon customers in 5 U.S. cities will have access to their 4G network. The nations largest LTE carrier has added service in Glen Falls and Utica New York, Lawton Oklahoma, Brownsville and McAllen Texas. Also Spokane, Atlanta, and Houston will see expanded service. Verizon’s LTE blankets more than 200 million users in 195 markets. Verizon is on track to complete its 4G rollout by the end of 2013

We played some music by Boggie

  • Cheesecake Blues
  • Crosscut and Saw Blues
  • East Chicago Blues
  • Snatch It and Hold It Blues

You can find Boggie at:
Boggiemusic.net
Myspace
Twitter
Mevio’s Music Alley
And next we covered a, article from Cnet.com

Hot Nanotubes Blast Chemo-resistant Cancer Cells into Oblivion

Cnet.com has an encouraging article about nanotubes and using them to blast chemo resistant cancer cells. This particularly diffuclt to control breed called Cancer Stem Cells are difficult to kill because the divide so slowly.Cancer drugs have been proven to, be ineffective and they are also resistant to heat therapies. Tests of nanotubes being injected into tumors and then being exposed to laser light for 30 seconds from outside the body have shown promising results. This causes the nanotubes to vibrate and create heat which stop the growth of the cancer stem cells.

Our next news article was from Centives.net

How Much Would It Cost to Build the Death Star?

On a lighter note some geeks have taken the time to calculate how much it would cost to build an actual Death Star. They modeled warship. According to calculations it would take 833,315 years to produce the amount of steel and the final cost would be 852 quadrillion American dollars at 2012 prices. Their would be 13,000 times the current world’s GDP. I would not expect to see a Death Star being built, in the near future.
Our last news tonight was from Cnet.com

Online Role-playing Can Zap Marital Happiness, Survey Finds

Researchers have found that gaming has an effect on marital satisfaction. Among couples that were willing to, be studied, researchers found the biggest problem when gaming enters a relationship is not so much the time spent, but the arguments resulting from the disrupted bedtime routines and the lost time spent doing activities or engaging in serious conversation.

Comments and feedback are welcome. You can call us at (818)81-INDIE or hit us up with and email at news@indienation.fm. You can follow us as @indienationfm on Twitter. You can also join our community on Facebook.

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2012.02.13 – Monday Night Tech Net News and Opinion – Episode 009

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Monday Night Tech Net News and Opinion Episode 009-2012.02.13

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Hello, IndieNation listeners! Tonight, we have news about Googleplex expansion, Google TV’s YouTube app update, How to Download a Copy of The Pirate Bay, and we discussed about how Microsoft’s store site in India was, defaced.

We started tonight’s news with an article from Cnet.com

Googleplex Expansion to Include ‘experience Center’ Test Labs

Google is planning on adding an Experience Center to their Mountain View headquarters. It is, expected to, be a 120,000 square foot Google Experience Center that will act as a private museum and meeting area. It will also be an area to test secret projects such as the new at home entertainment device.

Then, we moved to,

Google TV’s YouTube app update to surface more videos

Google TV now has an update to their YouTube app which contains a new Channel page. This page will help users to browse and find content throughout YouTube based on topics. According to Google, this is just a hint at some bigger things that are coming soon.

From an article at Cnet.com

We then went on to some music by Automatic Static.

We played:

  • Someday


and you can find them at:
Mevio’s Music Alley
Facebook
Twitter
MySpace

Then we played a song by Aluminum Forest

  • Cold

You can find Aluminum Forest at:
Web Site
Mevio’s Music Alley
Facebook
Twitter
And we played a song by The Really Rottens

  • Aqua Man


You can find The Really Rottens at:
Mevio’s Music Alley
Reverb Nation
MySpace
Facebook
Bandcamp
Garage Punk

Then, we moved to more news with an article from Arstechnica

Microsoft’s Store Site in India Defaced; Hackers Find Plain Text Passwords

Chinese hackers recently defaced the homepage for Microsoft’s India store on February 12th The site is still currently off, line and according to the hackers they were able to gain user names and passwords from the site. They are calling themselves “Evil Shadow Team” and stated on their blog that the site had poor security and also commented that the passwords were, stored in plain text in the database.

Then we moved on to some more great music by Tom Smith

  • Cruisin For Chicks On Google Maps

You can find Tom Smith at:
Mevio’s Music Alley
The FuMP
His Web Site
MySpace

Our next news story of the night comes from a, article at Torrentfreak.com

Download a Copy of the Pirate Bay

The Pirate Bay has released copies of its site for download recently, and due to new technology, the file is only 90 megabytes. If you would like to download this file, feel free to head over to thepiratebay.se.  The Pirate Bay has recently announced that they will stop hosting torrents. Instead, they will be using “Magnet Links” which will require minimal bandwidth to run a proxy site.

Our next song was by Acid42 feat. Yu:Mi

  • Sitsiritsit Alibangbang

You can find Acid42 at:
Mevio’s Music Alley
Facebook
Twitter
Myspace
Reverb nation

We played some music by Dan-O

  • Permafrost

You can find Dan-O at:
Mevio’s Music Alley
Music by DanoSongs.com
Twitter
Facebook
Youtube

We read another article from Torrentfreak.com

Why Pirate Bay Changed Their Name from .org to .se

The Pirate Bay Moves to .SE Domain To Prevent Domain Seizure After the court case against the founders of The Pirate Bay concluded, the operators quickly moved the site to change from .ORG to the .SE just to prevent the US authorities seizing the domain. This was a serious risk just because the court case has completed. They did find the owners of the Pirate Bay to, be guilty of certain things. Earlier today, Sweden’s Supreme Court announced its decision not to grant leave to appeal in the long-running Pirate Bay criminal trial. This means that the prison sentences and fines against the defendants are now final.

The Pirate Bay website itself, however, wasn’t part of the trial and will remain operational as normal. That is, unless the U.S. government chooses to intervene.

Another article about Pirate Bay at
Cnet

The Pirate Bay avoids walking the plank, for now

Can The Pirate Bay exist without torrents? The future of the Swedish torrent tracker arrives on the last day of February, which is when the site administrators have announced that they will be phasing out torrents in favor of magnet links. Although it sounds like The Pirate Bay will be closing, the move is, designed to ensure that the site continues on.

We ended with this song Butterfly Effect by Lamb-Sounda Alien Spy Remix Sounda.

You can find Sounda at:
Mevio’s Music Alley
Reverb Nation
Myspace

Comments and feedback are welcome.  You can call us at (818)81-INDIE or hit us up with an email at news@indienation.fm. You can follow us at @indienationfm on Twitter. You can also join our community on Facebook.

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