Bill Withers Live

I was telling a coworker about the recent Bill Withers tribute show in Prospect Park.  In turn, he told me about a DVD he has of Bill Withers on the SOUL! television program from the early 70's.

I couldn't wait to hear it and ended up watching these videos of Mr. Withers on YouTube.

These versions are all super amazing.  Enjoy.

Use Me (who *IS* this band?!  they smoke.)

Grandma's Hands

Harlem (my favorite song of his)

Lean On Me

Ain't No Sunshine (same amazing band/session as the first clip)

I Am Rich (the iPhone App)

While we're all trying to dream up the most creative iPhone app we can,
someone's had a major, personal success in getting this one into the App
Store, to be sure.

The "ultimate" in luxury.

Evan

Buy The $1000 App That Does Nothing

http://www.alleyinsider.com/2008/8/apple-s-iphone-app-approval-mouse-falls-off-treadmill-buy-the-1000-app-that-does-nothing-aapl-

While many of the apps in Apple's (AAPL) iPhone App Store are useful, some
are utter crap. And the latest, spotted by John Gruber, is an insult to all
the well-meaning developers that Apple made wait/are still waiting to get
into the iPhone developer program.

i-am-rich-screen.jpgBehold: "I Am Rich," a $999.99 app from Armin Heinrich,
which just displays a red gem on the phone's screen -- nothing else.

"The red icon on your iPhone or iPod touch always reminds you (and others
when you show it to them) that you were rich enough to afford this," the
app's information page says in iTunes. "It's a work of art with no hidden
function at all."

The upside for Apple: $300, or 30%, of all purchases. The downside: Good
luck enforcing that "all sales final" policy on this scam.