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Freddie For A Day

Queen‘s Freddie Mercury would have been 65 today. And today you will find numerous tributes to this incredible rock vocalist, including a doodle on Google.com, featuring “Don’t Stop Me Now”, and Youtube, where an hour and a half long Wembley Stadium performance can be viewed.

Click here to view my very favorite Queen music videos on Youtube

Canadian Music Downloads – 69 Cents Each

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Congratulations to Heart & David Foster !

Both are the recipients of stars on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame this year.

I don’t know if they have ever worked together. That would be interesting.

Free X-Box For Canadian Students

Canadian students that purchase a HP computer from Future Shop or Best Buy will be eligible for a free X-Box.

The HP computer must cost more than $599 and must be purchased by June 30th, 2011. For additional details consult the official Microsoft press release or the Microsoft special offer site.

Stickam Live For Japan

Just thought i’d bump the Stickam Live For Japan charity event on Stickam, which is on from 5pm Eastern from The Roxy in Los Angeles.

This event, which is being held to raise funds for the relief efforts in Japan, will feature live music performances by Cypress Hill, Abused Romance, The Drills, Juke Kartel, Alex Lambert, Drew Seeley, Stu Stone and others.

It will also feature special appearences by Action Item, Against All Will, Allstar Weekend, Joe Brooks, Cash Cash, Chantal Claret & James Euringer, Cobra Starship, Crossfade, Drowning Pool, Myles Dyer, Fareast Movement, Flula, Jake Fogelnest, Forever The Sickest Kids, Four Year Strong, Hey Monday, The Hit, The Holding, Hyper Crush, The Janks, Stephen Jerzak, Randall Kleiser, Krash Karma, Live The Story, The Millionaires, Mod Sun, My Genuine Find, Natalise, The New No2, 9 Electric, Adam Paranoia, Revis, Nathan Ryan, SammiDoll, Set It Off, Linda Strawberry, The Summer Set, Brady Szuhaj, Jac Vanek, Andrew W.K. and others.

You can help them raise money to benefit the Red Cross, The Japanese Red Cross Society, and Global Giving, just by watching. For every viewer who tunes in, the sponsors have pledged additional money.

CLICK HERE TO TUNE IN
STICKAM LIVE FOR JAPAN

Google Videos Moving To Youtube

According to a recent blog entry, Google is moving their video content to Youtube.

This means people who have uploaded content to Google will be given an option to download this content durring the migration, as well as information on how to migrate this content to Youtube.

The previously published deadline, which was April 29th, 2011, has been reversed and the content will remain accessible for the time being.