How to delete a song in an iTunes playlist

If you use playlists in iTunes to listen to your music, then you may have noticed that it is impossible to delete a song while viewing the playlist. You might need to delete a lost song or just to remove a song you are too embarrassed to even have on your computer (where did that Wham! song come from anyway?).

I discovered a keyboard shortcut that allows you to do this, simply press control-shift-delete after the selecting the song(s) you want to delete. That’s it, hope it’s helpful for you.

Calvin & Hobbes Snowman Art

I’ve always been a big fan of Calvin and Hobbes, there’s something very Zen about that boy and his stuffed tiger. I still remember the final strip in the paper and it always takes me back.

But! Just in time for our first Christmas without snow (in recent memory), here are some of the best C&H snowman strips. Hope you get a kick out of them too. Merry Christmas!

Calvin and Hobbes Snowman Art, via Digg.

The other D

The greatest band of all time is finally coming out with the greatest movie of all time. Tenacious D In The Pick Of Destiny hits theaters November 22nd and I can’t wait. I’ve been a big fan of the D since their days on HBO. Their album was OK but it’s their bootlegs that are hysterical. The best one I’ve listened to (a few hundred times) is them live at the Largo Pub January 21, 1999. Just amazing. (Un)Fortunately, it is not for the little ones.

They have a website up for the movie now and you really should sit through the first couple of minutes where they intro the website – more comedy genius.

Easy Wind

Easy Wind at McGarret'sAs of a few hours ago, the collaboration between my brother Tim, Kevin Barry and Mike Hogan is now called Easy Wind. We’ll be playing our first show at O Restaurant & Lounge on Saturday at 10pm for a private birthday party (that’s open to the public).

We’ll play our first real show at McGarret’s on Elmwood Nov. 2nd.

The October Buffalo Storm

What a week it has been. The storm was truly something to witness. I just posted a few pics on Flickr, shown to the right. It’s day 6, still no power in Kenmore – many of the streets around us do as of 6pm tonight. Hopefully tomorrow? We’ve been at my parent’s house for 3 days after 3 days in the cold and dark at home. Thank God they got power when they did.

Jack’s a trooper, Jen’s a rock and grandparents are the best hosts to have.

Some links for you…

YouTube: Sleepy Kitty (aaawwwwwww)

Pathetic Fallacy on Buffalo Hardcore

Fantastic hosting at Media Temple – think I might make the switch from for Wnymusic. Double the money but 5 gazillion times the features (SSH!)

Jeremy Enigk has a new album out – World Waits – AMG hates it

Firefox 2.0 RC3 is out. Using it now. The tabs look pretty but built-in spell checking for from textareas is where it’s at

Mike Watt – legendary bass player with the Minutemen, among other things, now playing bass for the reformed The Stooges (first album since 1974’s Raw Power)

YouTube Nuggets

I just have 2 playlists on Youtube right now: Music Videos and Live Music Videos. Here’s a few you ought to check out…

Tragically Hip “Limelight”–6lIRRaGgw

Sufjan Stevens “The 50 States”

Roxy Music “Remake Remodel” 1973

Dead Kennedys “Bleed For Me”

Frank Zappa “Dummy Up” Roxy 1973

Grateful Dead “Cassidy” Tom Synder Show 1981

Arcade Fire “Laika” Conan

Bad Brains “Sailin’ On” 1979″

Honorable Mention:

Monty Python – Public Television 1975
This is really cool. Recently discovered footage from their first(?) trip to America after their show started airing on public broadcasting.

Always remember: What’s good is good and it doesn’t matter what your personal genre is. What’s good is good.