I'm looking for folky and bluegrassy covers of popular songs. Examples inside. [more inside]
Which 1960s Album Cover featured the Coit Tower in San Francisco? [more inside]
What cover of the Records' "Starry Eyes" am I remembering? [more inside]
Can anybody recommend a reputable contractor that can build an attached pergola/arbor or patio cover at my home in the DFW area? I've had a few come out that I found online and none seemed particularly trustworthy. Thank you.
Can you help me find Spanish-language songs covered in Portuguese, and Portuguese-language songs covered in Spanish? Bonus points if the singers and songs are Latin American, and if the songs are available on YouTube or Spotify. [more inside]
What is depicted on the cover of the New Yorker from February 6, 1937? [more inside]
Should I include a cover letter when submitting a story to a literary magazine? [more inside]
What are some good images for a 3rd-gen Kindle's screensaver / cover? [more inside]
What iPad 3 case should I get? [more inside]
Low-tech DIY internal skylight covers. Help? [more inside]
Does the intro to Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" feature any samples or heavily borrow from any other songs? [more inside]
My ebay-jitsu is failing me. I am looking for 2 separate covers for a Samsung Galaxy S2 (Hercules T989). Can you find this one and this one on ebay or Amazon? These are covers with the bottom part open.
Musical question: back in the 80s I heard a cover of Al Green's Rhymes. It was a snarkier, Gen Xy, punkish version. Very distinctive vocals, kind of raspy and whiny. I don't remember the music behind it much which makes me think it was minimalistic. I want to say the singer's name was Chris something? Who did this version? I have faith some mefite well versed in obscure music will come to my aid. Thanks!
Help me find this piece of art done in pulp fiction cover style: a funny dramatization of what can go wrong if one ignores the age-old warning of "Don't swim for an hour after eating!" The art depicts a swimmer about to drown, and the words across the bottom read something like, He Only Waited 52 Minutes!! This might have been blogged about on Boing Boing, but I can't seem to find it in their archives. (And yes, it is an old wives' tale, swim away!)
Introduce me to mindblowing covers. I'm interested in cool, unconventional cover versions that turn cliched songs into something new entirely. [more inside]
Advice On Writing My First Cover Letter? [more inside]
Help, scientists! I'm looking for a cover image for my forthcoming book of poetry. I would like to use a visually striking image (photo, diagram, etc.) from a scientific publication. [more inside]
Applied for job last month, didn't get it. Now another job from same company has been posted - a position that would be reporting to the higher-up position I applied for last month. Is it completely weird to throw my hat in the ring again? Snowflakiness inside. [more inside]
The Rework. I'm looking for examples of the self-cover in a different style, i.e. a reimagining, where the musician reinterprets their own song in a new genre. Is this a thing? [more inside]
How can I find a pattern to sew my dream laptop case? [more inside]
Help me identify this hippy album from my youth from a vague recollection of the inside cover only. [more inside]
I bought a cotton duvet cover a few years ago that is wonderful - it stays cool and if you ever get too warm, you can just flip it over. Unfortunately the store I got it from is now closed and I can't get another one. The other duvet cover I have keeps me way too warm at night time, even with the same duvet underneath. I've noticed that the cool duvet cover feels silkier than the warm one, but is still made of cotton. Where can I get a duvet cover that keeps me cool? What should I be looking for? Also bonus points for any links to places that ship to Canada.
Did anyone cover Luna's Lost in Space? Asking for my husband: He swears he heard a cover of Luna's Lost in Space somewhere. Maybe Pandora, maybe a car commercial, maybe the radio- he really doesn't remember, but it's driving him crazy. [more inside]
I remember hearing a Nina Simone cover of Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne" several years ago. I can find two versions of Nina Simone covering the song on the Internet, but not the one I remember. Help me, please! [more inside]
Looking for lab research assistant/technician jobs in the academic industry. Many of these jobs within the same schools have the same recruiter. Is it bad to have a similar cover letter for the same recruiter for these similar jobs? [more inside]
I'm covering a favourite album in chiptune style, as a for-the-heck-of-it non-commercial project. Am I risking a world of copyright hurt? [more inside]
What kind of protection cover can I get for my new macbook pro that will prevent wear but also not affect fan power? [more inside]
Looking for a cover/case for Ipad 2. Wondering a.) what's actually available for purchase now (been seeing a lot of preorder pages) and b.) what people are liking.
My bathroom has his-and-hers sinks, but just a her to use them. Suggestions for what to do with his sink? [more inside]
How can I make this cover stay on my couch? [more inside]
Help me identify the female artist in this Beatles' cover. [more inside]
Where can someone who cares about children, especially those who are disadvantaged orwith special needs find a job outside of the classroom? [more inside]
How in the hell did the gorgeous cover for ELO's Out of the Blue get designed, created and printed? HOW!?
How in the hell did the gorgeous cover for ELO's Out of the Blue get designed, created and printed? HOW!? [more inside]
Interviewers/HR people: what's the best cover letter you've ever read, the one that made you want to hire that person on the spot? [more inside]
Greetings, there was a cover of The Cure's Just Like Heaven on YouTube, sang by a girl. It was a slow version, beginning with a line of vocals, before the guitar swooped in. She used a Samson G-Track mic. I listened to it once before it disappeared. I do not remember her name and the video is gone. It was great. I want to hear it again. And again. Anyone remembers?
I have written a cover letter. I would like to know whether it makes recruiters jump for joy or punch the screen. [more inside]
Looking for jazz and classical covers of popular/famous songs. [more inside]
I am looking for a cover of a Bad Religion song "Give you Nothing" [more inside]
I want my books to be judged by their covers. [more inside]
What's the best program to use to quickly and automatically add album art to my mp3 collection? [more inside]
What is your recommendation for an all weather, including winter, motorcycle cover? [more inside]
I think I'm going to get my son an iPod Touch for his tenth birthday, but we're accident-prone people, and I know he'll also need a rugged case to take his tiny abuse. Can anyone recommend something? [more inside]
Magazine cover design meeting in 3 hours and I'm stuck. We're a cross-disability magazine and the next theme is roughly "asset building and financial literacy". Our message: not as scary as it sounds. [more inside]
If one were to collect scenes from Shakespeare films to compare how different productions approached them differently, what scenes should be selected? [more inside]
I lost my battery cover on my apple wireless bluetooth keyboard. Can I order a replacement? [more inside]
What low maintenance plants to plant on steep sunny hillside to enhance home’s curb appeal? [more inside]
Do you have the book, "The Other End of the Leash (Why We Do What We Do Around Dogs)" by Patricia McConnell? Can you look in or on your book and see if there is a photo credit for the cover photograph? [more inside]
Are there any shell cases for (older) Macbook Pros that aren't translucent? [more inside]
What album cover featured notable musicians as the twelve apostles of funk, with Lionel Richie as Judas? This was described to me in the early nineties. I think it was the cover of a hip hop album. Perhaps it wasn't an album cover, but some other artwork. Google returns a couple of hits for Richie as "Judas of funk," but other searches led nowhere.