Archive for the ‘important’ category

Traction Class (Or how to end up on the cover of Time, forget who made you and then be looked at as a corporate sell out )

May 10, 2006

O.K. Class!

Today we’re going to talk about traction.

Everybody wants it.

But some folks seem to have problems getting it.

You in the back! Pay attention…


MySpace: A Music Industry Perspective (Or If Video Killed The Radio Star Then Social Networks…)

May 9, 2006


[If you are into the music business then you have probably visited Coolfer a time or two. It's becoming the online bible for music business news that's unfiltered and uncorrupted by the major labels.

I got together with it's founder and editor Glenn Peoples, and convinced him to give us his view of the MySpace phenomenom from a music industry insiders perspective. It's worth reading.]


What Really Changes Everything 101 (Or Why the choice to lead an ordinary life is no longer an option)

May 6, 2006


When the future history buffs look back at what really changed our society the most the answer won't be the internet.

It will be Atari.


Michelle Malkin And The Death Of Old Hollywood (Or The Rise Of The New New Hollywood)

May 1, 2006

I don't like Michelle Malkin.

I think she exemplifies everything that's wrong with the age we live in.

She's loud and graceless.

But despite her politics she's right about something important and she's on the cusp of the new new Hollywood.