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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Daily Web Crawl

Posted By on Wed, Oct 3, 2007 at 9:02 AM

Your daily guide to what they're whispering about in the next cubicle.

HERE Annie Zaleski takes a road trip to the other side of the state to see LCD Soundsystem and the Arcade Fire.

Gut Check gets the lowdown on two new restaurants -- both with three syllable names that start with the letter A.

PubDef's 507 YouTube videos are up online once again.

www.archone.tamu.edu

The most dangerous Halloween costume.
  • The most dangerous Halloween costume.

The most dangerous Halloween costume.

Maybe they should've mentioned more than just the Arch, the convention center and the historic tax credit; maybe more stuff like this.

If you've already decided on a costume, get even more in the Halloween spirit with some spooky stories.

THERE We thought to live at the mall was just a hyperbolic statement. Guess not. (Via Something Awful)

Is the Reader Digital Book the future or a just some fancy-schmancy way to secretly peruse harlequin romance novels.

The channel people watch to put them to sleep partners with MySpace because _________. (Fill in the blank.)

EVERYWHERE We can't argue with this.

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