The Internet Is Made Of Cats. This is FACT and also science. We have written this educational song on the subject. It is wonderful and will also make you clever.
Also huffduffed as…
Web comedy is more than YouTubes of stand-up sets and GIFs of sleepy cats; the popularity of sites writing about comedy, aggregating web humor and putting a satirical spin on breaking news is skyrocketing. Doree Shafrir (Executive Editor, Buzzfeed), Adam Frucci (Editor, Splitsider), Sam Reich (President of Original Content, CollegeHumor), Christine Friar (Associate Editor, Huffington Post Comedy) and Jesse David Fox (Freelance Writer/New York Magazine’s Vulture/Splitsider) talk about writing funny things, writing seriously about funny things, writing humorously about serious things and how comedy’s increasingly shaping the growth of web media.
Cats descended from one given to the writer live at the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum in Key West. A visitor filed a complaint with the law. Now, judges have said the U.S. Department of Agriculture can regulate those felines. Yes, Hemingway’s cats are a federal case. It’s a long story.
Salter Cane covering the Tim Buckley song that has previously been recorded by The Cocteau Twins performing as This Mortal Coil.
Here’s a detailed analysis of the song: http://tenser.typepad.com/tenser_said_the_tensor/2005/08/song_to_the_sir.html
This version was recorded live in one take at Metway Studios in Brighton.