Monthly Archives: April 2010

Track In The Box

My friends over at the Green House Group recently started a website called Track In The Box. It is a free daily music newsletter that helps you cut through the multitude of music blogs and aggregators out there, to help … Continue reading

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Nike Grid: London’s Your Gameboard

via youtube.com So the video for this is a little annoying, but over all think it is a great example of how brands can use location based technologies. Location based social networking seem to be all the rage at the … Continue reading

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PressPausePlay – The Evolution of the Creative Industries

via youtube.com I came across this really interesting teaser for the upcoming film “Press Pause Play” yesterday and personally cannot wait for it to come out. The film is about the change in production, distribution and consumption of creative works … Continue reading

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A tour of MoMA’s Painting Galleries

via youtube.com A photo of every painting on display in the Painting Galleries in the MoMA on April 10th 2010. Posted via web from Everything Popular is Wrong

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Biking in the city

via myloveforyou.typepad.com This is how I feel when I ride into work some days Posted via web from Everything Popular is Wrong

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Twitter on Paper

via thenextweb.com via @outsideline Posted via web from Everything Popular is Wrong

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How Much Do Music Artists Earn Online?

via informationisbeautiful.net A great breakdown of how much musicians earn online, from the wonderful people over at Information is Beautiful. Posted via web from Everything Popular is Wrong

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