A group of Swedish scientists with a lot of time on their hands have spent the last 17 years competing to see who can sneak the most Bob Dylan lyrics into their research papers.
Rough day? Long week? You've got a few options, audio-wise. Crank up something high-energy to shake yourself out of it. Throw on something super mellow to ease the tension. Or, if you can't quite find the right tune but need some lyrical comfort, might I recommend spending seven minutes in heaven with Bob Dylan as…
It doesn't matter how many times you've heard it—Like a Rolling Stone is a rousing anthem of a musical masterpiece that only seems to get better with age. Its new music video—actually, the first video ever of Like a Rolling Stone—is a masterpiece too. It will blow your mind.
If you didn't get the memo sent around in the last couple of years, printers don't actually print anything anymore. In fact, they don't really do anything anymore. The only thing they're good for is making music. Seriously, check out the printers above playing Dylan.
Today's soundtrack post is dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs. This is a classic by his favorite singer, Bob Dylan: Mr. Tambourine Man, from his 1965 album Bringing It All Back Home one.
In 1985, Playboy talked to an enthusiastic 29-year-old Steve Jobs. In that lengthy interview, the entirety of which has been recently reposted online, Jobs touches on many topics, including the allure of California in the 1960s. Namely: Dylan and LSD.
According to the BBC, Bob Dylan's voice may arrive to your GPS one of these days. How does it feel? How does it feel to be on your own? With no direction home, a complete unknown, like a rolling stone?
HBO has released a few behind the scenes looks at the making of True Blood Season 2, giving us some new scene peeks — and a closer look at Eric's new vampire hairdo.