Death by risk-aversion: I definitely needed this reminder today. It's worth the read. … [Read more...]
Archives for January 2006
What do I tell her?
Got this message on my voicemail and I'm not quite sure what to tell her. You decide... … [Read more...]
What is RSS and Why Do I Care?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) allows you to syndicate or subscribe to the feed of a website, blog or almost any media content online (not just articles, it can be music, video or almost any digital media). So instead of having to go visit each and … [Read more...]
Arctic Monkeys Make Chart History
Arctic Monkeys make chart history: Arctic Monkeys sell more than 360,000 copies of their album, making it the fastest-selling debut in UK chart history. The Arctic Monkeys first built a loyal following on the Internet. … [Read more...]
More Detail on Sony’s DRM
From Boing Boing: Can DRM be future-proof?: Princeton's Ed Felten and Alex Halderman continue to pre-publish sections from a major paper on the lessons to be learned from the Sony DRM debacle, in which it was discovered that the music label had … [Read more...]
Go All The Way Or Not At All
I've always believed that if you put in the work, the results will come. I don't do things half-heartedly. Because I know if I do, then I can expect half-hearted results. -- Michael Jordan, basketball player … [Read more...]
Can You Really Get Your Music Published In Less Than A Week?
About this time last week (yeah, I know. Not much of a friday night. I had a cold) I uploaded my music to the Podshow Podcast Network. It took about me 10 minutes. By Monday, I was published on Grok Radio (Episode 9). Thanks Doug and Susan. … [Read more...]
Google in China
Google in China: Filtering our search results clearly compromises our mission. Failing to offer Google search at all to a fifth of the world's population, however, does so far more severely. Our launch of google.cn, though filtered, is a necessary … [Read more...]
Great Article on Digital Pricing
Here's a great continuing series about digital pricing. The Digital Pricing Conundrum, Part 1 The Digital Pricing Conundrum, Part 2 Part 3 is coming soon. I'll keep you posted. Update: Part 3 is here … [Read more...]
Canadian Music-Management Giant Defends File-Sharer From RIAA
Canadian music-management giant defends file-sharer from RIAA: "Litigation is not 'artist development.' Litigation is a deterrent to creativity and passion and it is hurting the business I love," insists McBride. "The current actions of the RIAA are … [Read more...]
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