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Re: “Soundbites: Too Much Live Music?

Yup. Too many venues and not enough audience means live music becomes further devalued and musicians will be once again asked to play for "exposure" to the handful of (as is pointed out, likely uninterested) patrons.

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Posted by Raph Worrick on 02/02/2020 at 9:40 PM

Re: “How to Recognize the Historical Importance of Your Stuff

"Thank goodness I don't keep important records on flimsy, unreliable paper."

Unreliable? Accessing paper records requires nothing in the way of technology, only fingers and eyes. I can access paper records, some centuries old, that I have on hand in minutes. The information on my 5 1/4" floppies from the 90's? I'd have to pay a specialist to extract them and convert the files to be readable by current software. It's effectively gone forever. Similarly, I can put on LPs that my parents bought in the 50's and easily hear that music. Music files I downloaded to now obsolete computers in the 2000's? Again, effectively gone forever. There is nothing whatsoever inherently "reliable" about digitization.

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Posted by Raph Worrick on 07/31/2019 at 5:04 PM

Re: “McKibben Calls Shumlin's Divestment Dance 'Sad,' Slippery

It would be nice to see Mr. McKibben get so worked up about Middlebury College's greenwashing. While a horizontal drilling rig pushes "natural" gas pipeline to the College energy plant, and construction surges ahead on the enormous, unneeded new field house, accountants are busily working on how all these toys for rich girls and boys are in fact "carbon neutral."

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Posted by Raph Worrick on 09/30/2014 at 8:14 PM

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