Is it me, or has society always been this coarse? Has a plethora of media shone a light into every nook and cranny or has America fundamentally changed, and now it's every man for himself, and if I have to climb over you to get what I want, tough noo[...]
It was better than breaking a band.
In other words, what kind of crazy f*cked up world do we live in where not only does tech steal our money, but our thunder too? Where the geeks know marketing better than the entertainment pros?
Unlike the mu[...]
The Internet is maturing.
What does that mean? Stunts will be scarce and the odds of going from obscurity to fame are dropping ever lower.
Remember when record labels used to sponsor YouTube contests? Those evaporated. You can't ask people to m[...]
It should have started a subscription streaming service sooner.
Once upon a time, Apple was the beacon in the consumer's eye. Not only did it possess a leader more charismatic than any rock star, it positively dominated complete swaths of consumer[...]
And you wonder why no one wants to work in the music industry.
I want you to click on the above link. Yes, take the time. That's the dirty little secret of the web, nobody ever clicks through, no one wants to waste anothe[...]
You know, the nerd in the "New York Times" who called the election, trumping all the bloviating blowhards on television who think a fact is something you make up.
So you just don't care.
But you should.
Because Nate Silver is a super[...]
They can't be rich so they want to be famous.
That's what you can't understand. Why you're inundated with the "artwork" and musings of boring people whose only asset is the megaphone known as the Web.
It's comical to watch. The underclass infec[...]
“Weddings Used To Be Sacred And Other Lessons About Internet Journalism” by Sean Parker
He's right, but he's wrong.
Is the blogosphere, the online "news" world, more interested in clicks than facts?
Is this a problem?