The next stage of music tokenization might look very strange
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Here’s my broker’s assortment of observations, links, and amusements. I enjoy sharing these odds and ends, and plan to continue doing so on an occasion…
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My Inquiry Into the Strange Case of Charles Kellogg, the Nature Singer
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Octogenarian musicians have never made so much money as now—but why?
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A Special Feature for Paid Subscribers to 'The Honest Broker'
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I have an assortment of curios to share, but first some personal news and housekeeping.
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I rarely talk about my workaday life before I settled into music and writing. Those days are far too strange and confusing to convey without writing a …
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50 years ago, a controversial science fiction author anticipated everything from Instagram to Netflix binging. Meanwhile his own publisher was destroyi…
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In the mid-1940s Oscar Levant was the highest paid concert hall artist in the United States, receiving almost $5,000 per recital, more than even Horowi…
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Even in ancient times, music was used to spur physical labor. The ancient Greek trireme—a warship named for its three banks of rowers—typically include…
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Below is a miscellany of matters musical and otherwise. Feel free to share with a few friends. For your enjoyment, here’s the program of jazz music pre…
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In the 1930s, Yvor Winters Legitimized Literary Studies at Stanford—but Hollywood Should Make a Movie About His Skills as an Amateur Detective
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