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So Many Musicians

 

We live in an unprecedented age where we can have connection to so many people. Gifted people, who might otherwise be undiscovered, appear to us through the recommendations of others and it's easy for us to get to know them and see their talents.

Here's a guy that Kelly forwarded to me, just playin' guitar in someone's living room.

Amazing talent...

It used to be that you had to be right there to hear someone like this. Concerts were the only venue. Small audience, momentary, rare, and for a fee.

Then you could hear them on the radio. Large audience, periodic, really rare chance, and free.

Then you could view and share them on YouTube, like this. The audience is incrementally larger, the chance is pretty good that someone will view it, and it's free.

I expect that the next step for all of this is something like covalent bonding in nature, where the recorded actions, thoughts, perceptions of our lives and the reactions to our lives are connected together as a portfolio of what makes us "us." Like Wikipedia, but without editors.

 


by Brett Rogers, 7/9/2008 8:16:23 AM
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Hi,

I expect that the next step for all of this is something like covalent bonding in nature, where the recorded actions, thoughts, perceptions of our lives and the reactions to our lives are connected together as a portfolio of what makes us "us."

I recommend the above statement and agree that its like covalent bonding in nature,
I will be like wikipedia.
At one short we can get full information.
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loysten

 

 

Posted by loysten, 7/15/2008 1:39:17 AM



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