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I work at a newspaper, I play on the Web, I'm sing when I'm able, I'll sleep when I'm dead
Interests: News, media, music, social media, writing, the San Francisco Bay Area (Oakland), journalism, the web, blogging, community, business, books, art, race, ethnicity, politics, current events, music
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Permanent exhibits require more than curation. They require museum directors with vision, a healthy mix of types of sponsorship and a marketing department. At a certain scale, that's a lot for one person if your name isn't Maria Popova If you're an organization, it's an even more difficult and urgent proposition.
Toggle Commented Dec 5, 2012 on Longitude at Cubegeek
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In an interview with Philip Roth, Milan Kundera said, “When I hear learned arguments that the novel has exhausted its possibilities, I have precisely the opposite feeling: in the course of its history the novel missed many of its possibilities.” If so many musicians are comfortable with returning to the past to pick up lost possibilities, we might do well to let go of our allegiance to our heroes, so that more of their work can reveal itself.
What about Post Mortem?
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Nov 6, 2010
Well played. *slow clap*
Toggle Commented Nov 19, 2008 on The Definition of a Slow News Day at Dollarshort
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Great podcast, man. It went over very well at Lap-POP 2.0.
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