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Roundup February, 23 2010

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01. Denny’s Invites You to Follow a Random Taiwanese Man Named Dennys on Twitter

“A Denny’s rep says the menus are a result of a misprint, and that they run two Twitter accounts: @DennysAllNightr for late night customers and @DennysGrandSlam for morning people. Both of those are featured on the respective late night and breakfast menus. The normal menus, however, still point you to Mr. Hsieh.” (gizmodo)

02. Pentax K-7 Limited Edition Camera in Silver (above)

“In response to the enthusiastic requests from many devoted PENTAX lovers, the camera body is finished in silver. It is identical with the color of the high-performance FA Limited interchangeable lens series, a family of lenses designed for the highest level of image description. Because of this, the K-7 Limited Silver is the perfect stylistic match for any FA Limited-series lens. Set in lower area of the camera body, the SR (Shake Reduction) lettering is in a special gold color that stands out proudly against the subdued black-colored, leather-like finish.” (pentax)

03. EMI Not Selling Abbey Road After All

“Last week, reports circulated that EMI was planning to sell the famous Abbey Road recording complex, where the Beatles recorded most of their material, Pink Floyd made Dark Side of the Moon, and countless other artists have worked. But after fan outcry, EMI has released a statement claiming that the studio isn’t being sold, but that the label is looking for ‘financial help to save it,’…” (pitchfork)

04. North American Handmade Bicycle Show

“The 2010 North American Handmade Bicycle Show will be held at the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Virgina, February 26-28. We’re expecting a great showing from the handmade community for our first show on the East Coast!” (nahbs)

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