FYI/TMI: Listen To Spotify From Anywhere, Paul McCartney's No-Meat Holiday Message

Spotify launches browser-based player; former Beatle encourages foodies to "go vegetarian" for the holidays
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    Paul McCartney
November 16, 2012 -- 10:24 am PST
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(In an effort to keep you fully informed, and fully entertained, below we present today's FYI and TMI — news you need and news that's, well, sometimes needless….)

FYI …

Spotify Launches Browser-Based Player
Digital streaming service Spotify has launched a beta version of its first-ever browser-based music player, allowing subscribers to access Spotify from any Internet-connected computer, according to TheVerge.com. The browser-based feature will offer premium and ad-supported options, though pricing information was not disclosed. The company expects the full browser-based service to be released over the next several months.  

TMI …

McCartney: Please, Please No Meat
With the holidays quickly approaching, foodies everywhere are likely planning their Thanksgiving menus, complete with stuffing, pumpkin pie and, of course, plenty of turkey. But Sir Paul McCartney has a message for carnivores everywhere: "Celebrate life this holiday season, go vegetarian." In a recent anti-turkey holiday message in conjunction with animal rights organization PETA, McCartney appeared wearing a T-shirt displaying the words "eat no" and a turkey, and insisted that "if slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian." What will Macca eat this holiday season? He's skipping the wings for a nice vegetarian roast.