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Tag Archives: Grateful Dead
The soundtrack for my current work and writing is the very wonderful Grateful Dead Radio (GDRadio.net). Non-stop streaming of concerts by the Grateful Dead and off-shoots; what more do you need? On my first, and so far only, trip to … Continue reading
My music collection is built on the cornerstone of three albums that I bought during the last holiday I took with my parents. They were on vinyl, of course; CDs were still a few years away. I was at university … Continue reading
Kurt at Cultural Offering offers a list of the greatest ever live albums: 1. Sinatra at the Sands, Frank Sinatra, 1966 2. One for the Road, The Kinks, 1980 3. Live at the Regal, B.B. King, 1967 4. At Folsom … Continue reading
Here is an interesting interview with John Perry Barlow, co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the BBC’s Maggie Shiels. Perry Barlow draws a distinction between the need for privacy and that for transparency. He also discusses how firms like … Continue reading
I love the sentiment in Hugh MacLeod’s cartoon… … which gets to the heart of what everyone needs to address, not only those pursuing an independent path as a sovereign individual or in a portfolio career. We all need to … Continue reading
An illuminating take on innovation from John Kao, below. I am fascinated by those who have enjoyed (i.e. created) success in wildly different fields. Jeff “Skunk” Baxter is a text-book example. In the early seventies he played guitar on Steely … Continue reading