Monthly Archives: September 2005

Another Lonely Day

Yes indeed I’m, alone again
And here comes emptiness, crashing in
Its either love or hate, I can’t find in between
Coz I’ve been with witches and I’ve been with a queen

It wouldn’t have worked out anyway
So now it’s just another lonely day, hey hey
Further along, we just may
But for now it’s just another lonely day

Wish there was something I, could say or do
I can resist anything but, the temptation from you
I’d rather walk alone, then chase you around
I’d rather fall myself then let you, drag me on down

It wouldn’t have worked out anyway
So now it’s just another lonely day, hey hey
Further along, we just may
But for now it’s just another lonely day

Yesterday seems like a, life ago
Coz the one I love today, I hardly know
You I held so close, in my heart oh dear
Grow further from me with every, falling tear

It wouldn’t have worked out anyway
So now it’s just another lonely day, hey hey
Further along, we just may
But for now it’s just another lonely day

Props to Ben Harper for these lyrics

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Blogging? Sure, let me call my friends!

Did you say dogging or blogging? Brits confused
Sep 28 9:57 AM US/Eastern

By Jeffrey Goldfarb

LONDON (Reuters) – Proponents of the latest Web trends were warned Tuesday that the rest of the world may not have a clue what they are talking about.

A survey of British taxi drivers, pub landlords and hairdressers — often seen as barometers of popular trends — found that nearly 90 percent had no idea what a podcast is and more than 70 percent had never heard of blogging.

“When I asked the panel whether people were talking about blogging, they thought I meant dogging,” said Sarah Carter, the planning director at ad firm DDB London.

Dogging is the phenomenon of watching couples have sex in semi-secluded places such as out-of-town car parks. News of such events are often spread on Web sites or by using mobile phone text messages.

More people (56 percent) understood the phrase “happy slapping” — a teenage craze that involves assaulting people while capturing it on video with their mobile phones — than podcasting (12 percent) or blogging (28 percent).

“Our research not only shows that there is no buzz about blogging and podcasting outside of our media industry bubble, but also that people have no understanding of what the words mean,” Carter said. “It’s a real wake-up call.”

A blog, short for Web log, is an online journal, while podcasting is a method of publishing audio programs over the Internet — a name derived from combining iPod, Apple’s popular digital music player, with broadcasting, even though portable devices are not necessary to listen to a podcast.

DDB, a unit of New York-based advertising group Omnicom, said the survey results indicate that agencies may be pushing their clients to use new technology — that is, to advertise on the new media formats — too quickly.

“We spend too much time talking to ourselves in this industry, rather than getting out there and finding out what’s really going on in the world,” DDB’s chief strategy officer David Hackworthy said.

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I Don’t Know How

What ravages of spirit
Conjured this temptuous rage
Created you a monster
Broken by the rules of love
And fate has led you through it
You do what you have to do
And fate has led you through it
You do what you have to do …
And I have the sense to recognize that
I don’t know how to let you go
Every moment marked
With apparitions of your soul
I’m ever swiftly moving
Trying to escape this desire
The yearning to be near you
I do what I have to do
The yearning to be near you
I do what I have to do
But I have the sense to recognize
That I don’t know how
To let you go
I don’t know how
To let you go
A glowing ember
Burning hot
Burning slow
Deep within I’m shaken by the violence
Of existing for only you
I know I can’t be with you
I do what I have to do
I know I can’t be with you
I do what I have to do
And I have sense to recognize but
I don’t know how to let you go

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The letting go

I came here to let you know
The letting go
Has taken place
I have held the winter’s son
Become one
Set my pace
Isn’t that what we wanted all along
Freedom like a stone
But I can say goodbye
Now that the passion’s died
Still it comes so slow
The letting go

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