Anti-capitalist protesters have been demonstrating at Wall Street already for 13 days. The group of protesters gathered on September 17.
“Occupy Wall Street” protests were inspired by the Arab Spring, particularly the protests in Cairo. Slow-news-day.net hasn’t found out any clear estimates on the number of protesters from the internet sources, but it would seem it’s at least hundreds. Read more »
Although it doesn’t look as much, London’s museum ship Cutty Sark is to be opened to public in spring 2012. That’s at least what the Cutty Sark Trust promises.
The pictures by slow-news-day.net were taken from behind the fence in Greenwich London on the 7th of August. You can check out the better views from the picture diary on the Cutty Sark museum homepage. Read more »
How to ruin a heavy metal classic Fear of the Dark? Play it in a stadium bathing in hot summer sun. Read more »
Jakszyk, Fripp and Collins, with Levin and Harrison
A Scarcity of Miracles (A King Crimson ProjeKct)
Is A Scarcity of Miracles friends tinkering or the new incarnation of prog rock band King Crimson? In the view of band’s legitimate self-skipper Robert Fripp, apparently something in between, because it is designated the genus of King Crimson ProjeKct. However, this project sounds to be a well-balanced band. Read more »
There’s a new predator swimming in the waters of online music streaming, named Grooveshark. Similar to Pandora service offered in the US and Spotify that is only available in some European countries, Grooveshark is available around the world. The service launched in 2007 but after several development versions it began to grow rapidly during the past year. Read more »