Ten years ago I was a mass consumer of over-commercialized culture. I actually held a second job to have extra money so I could buy as many CD’s, books, and other nick-knacks of modern kitsch as I could. Then I discovered something very interesting: netlabels.
This week in Commons Notable News we have something of a grab-bag of stories. From a translation of the CC license, to licensing open hardware projects.
I mentioned in a previous review that the whole genres as a marketing tool is very annoying to me. Imagine my surprise when I looked at the information for this release and saw that it marked “indietronics”. I seriously wish we could put an end to the genre as a marketing method madness. Okai? Thx. Okay, setting aside my […]
Introduction I wrote a quick article last night listing several open source alternatives to Google Reader, after the announcement that Google plans to drop the application in July of this year. There was an fairly active conversation on Twitter about this for about 24 hours, which I found myself following and responding to… In fact, […]
CerebralMix Episode 19 NOTE: The feeds for The CerebralMix are changing. Please see the sidebar for the new feeds. The current feed will be discontinued in a few weeks. Download: OGG Download the FLAC from the CerebralMix Internet Archive collection. CerebralMix Episode 19: Soft Phases Table of Contents Introduction Track Credits Show Credits Closing Note […]