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Philip Kives Dead At 87; Founded Minnesota-Based K-Tel Records
Philip Kives Dead At 87; Founded Minnesota-Based K-Tel Records
Mention K-Tel Records to someone of a certain age and they instantly conjure up images of late-night television commercials hawking record albums (or 8-tracks and cassettes) that compiled hits by multiple artists all on one collection for a super low price.  And while any record collector worth his stuff would raise his nose at these collections (inferior vinyl, shortened songs, etc) they also off
Minnesota Vikings’ New Stadium Spells The End For 25,000-Plus Record Collection
Minnesota Vikings’ New Stadium Spells The End For 25,000-Plus Record Collection
When the Minnesota Vikings move into their new home, chances are no one will give a passing thought as to what used to be located in its place.  One of those buildings that is being demolished to make way for pro football is the Star Tribune's current office building.  Some of the current employees of the so-called "Strib" may be looking forward to moving into new digs, but the situation
Who Says Vinyl Is Dead? World’s Largest Record Being Used To Promote Upcoming Eagles Concert
Who Says Vinyl Is Dead? World’s Largest Record Being Used To Promote Upcoming Eagles Concert
It's been over 25 years since the major record labels stopped servicing consumer vinyl, but the format is alive and well in 2014 - with increased sales and perhaps one of the largest publicity stunts ever.  Concert promoters are using a 407-foot record replica to promote an upcoming Eagles' concert at the Forum in Inglewood, California.
Seven High-Tech Items You Don’t Need Anymore
Seven High-Tech Items You Don’t Need Anymore
So the editors at MSN Money came up with a list of seven tech items that the average person doesn't need anymore.  Problem is - I still use every single one of these. How about you? The short list: 1   Television 2  Telephone Land Line 3  DVD Player 4  Physical Music Collection and Dedicated Player 5  Cable or Satellite TV 6  Desktop Computer 7  Email For the long-form list, click the link below: