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Radiohead for Haiti charity DVD now available on BitTorrent and YouTube as donationware

Radiohead, a British band that made waves by offering its latest studio album for free or "pay what you want", has just endorsed a community-made DVD of its Haiti earthquake charity concert from January 2010. The DVD is downloadable for free via BitTorrent, and you are strongly encouraged to donate as much as you can to Oxfam's Haiti Earthquake and Recovery Fund. Creation of the video was a lab...

Googleholic for July 15, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic, your bi-weekly fix of everything Google! In this edition: New YouTube "My Videos" interface YouTube Living Legends: Chuck D. and Snoop Radiohead gets Googlefied Webmaster Tools Access Provider program ...

Nine Inch Nails to record labels: so long and thanks for nothing

Last week Radiohead made waves when the band announced that it would be distributing its new album without the help of a record label. Not only will you be able to download the new album online, and not only will your money go directly to Radiohead, but you can set your own price. Now Nine Inch Nails appears to be following suit. Frontman Trent Reznor posted a brief message on the band's homepage ...

Radiohead lets fans set price for new album

Radiohead's new album will be available in stores as an $80 box set. Or you can download a digital copy for whatever price you think is fair. In other words, the band isn't quite giving away their album, but they might be coming pretty close. While companies like Amazon are rushing to offer users more control over their music and what devices they can play it on, it's interesting to see a succes...