Moby: What I Read

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What does Moby, dance-music crossover king, read, listen to, and watch every day?

At the risk of sounding pedestrian I'll be completely honest: the first thing I do in the morning is check Google News, partially because it seems sort of random and unbiased and partially because I tend to stay in hotels that don't necessarily have the fastest Internet connections. The nice thing is that it loads quickly no matter where you are. From there, I follow the headlines. If it's a parochial news item then I might go to a local site, if it's something international, then I'll go to theBBC or—every now and then—CNN. And, just out of perverse interest, I may look at Fox News to see the neocon spin on things.

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