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11 Facebook Games You're Embarrassed to Admit You Play
FOR some people, Facebook is a way to keep in contact with friends, see what they're up to and spend hours surfing through an endless stream of photos. For others, Facebook's socially driven games keep them coming back. If you're the latter type of person, there may be certain titles you don't want your friends, family and co-workers to know you are hooked on.
From Baby & Me to Bubble Bikini and Pot Farm, here are 11 games you shouldn't be broadcasting to your timeline.
Also, maybe it's time to let those crops die on FarmVille; nobody wants to help you water them anymore.
10 Great Lesser-Known Lou Reed Songs
AFTER the death of former Velvet Underground frontman Lou Reed on Oct. 27, there was an outpouring of love from fans on social media. Both Twitter and Facebook were full of memories of Reed, his music and his impact on culture. If you want to experience some of Reed's magic, but are looking for something different than what you've already seen posted, Vulture.com offers up 10 Great Lesser Known Lou Reed Songs. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet and YouTube, you can host your own tribute to Reed without relying on your record collection, Facebook timeline or Twitter feed.
Video of the Week: Kurt Cobain on Identity
PART of PBS's Blank on Blank digital series, this recently discovered interview with Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain from 1993 has been crafted into a fascinating animated short. Cobain talks about the pressures he grew up with as a teen in Washington state, how his world changed after his parent's divorce and how everything came together after he discovered punk rock.
Other artists who have been given the Blank on Blank treatment include the Beastie Boys, Ray Charles and Janis Joplin.
Download of the Week: Balanced Records -- 12 Year Retrospective
OVER the past 12 years, the Balanced crew has slowly developed from an outlet for local electronic producers to an internationally respected label, thoughtfully turning out a range of styles from slow-burning dub and downtempo to broken beat, reggae and so much more. It has even spun off two sub labels: Green House and Balanced House. To celebrate over a decade of releases, one of Balanced Records' founders, Kasm, has put together a two-hour mix that digs deep into the label's back catalogue with tracks from Richie Phoe (U.K.), Billy Rockwell (Canada), Process Rebel (Netherlands) and Flying Down Thunder & Rise Ashen (Canada). More than just a retrospective, it is a testament to the label's diversity and ability to seek out new artists and emerging sounds.
Anthony Augustine is a freelance music, technology and pop culture writer who spends way too much time in front of a computer. Got a site you think he should see? Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him at twitter.com/anthonya.