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  • Stonehenge Revisited - Nigel Tufnel Explains - Digital Music Insider
    Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation Previous Previous post Blocked Thwarted Over Next Next post I Loathe My iTunes Library Jack Isquith About Follow Us Sign up for our mailing list Email Address Recent Posts The Critics Were Wrong What Was The Greatest Year In Music Guilty Pleasures Are Dead And Bigger Than Ever Van Morrison Treasure No Longer Buried On Bruce Lundvall Recent Comments Dick Boddie on On Bruce Lundvall Tim Devine on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Willie on Frank s Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Twitter Tweets by digmusicinsider Archives November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 December 2014 February 2013 January 2013 August 2012 March 2012 October 2011 September 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 Categories D2C Daily Snark Did You Notice Digital Music News Dishing With The Digerati Fog Of War Gaming Hats Off iTunes Law Disorder Mobile Apps MusicBiz Portals Retailers Sage Advice Scuttlebutt So He Sez Social Nets

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  • Repost This Clip? - Depends On Your Digital Strategy. - Digital Music Insider
    10 30c The Huffington Post Posts About the Colbuffington Re Post www colbertnation com Colbert Report Full Episodes Political Humor Satire Blog Video Archive Author Jack Isquith Posted on February 19 2011 Categories Daily Snark Digital Music News Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation Previous Previous post Baby Baby Baby Noo The Week That Was February 18th 2011 Next Next post Apple The Magazine Publishers Hot Rhetoric From Anonymous Sources Jack Isquith About Follow Us Sign up for our mailing list Email Address Recent Posts The Critics Were Wrong What Was The Greatest Year In Music Guilty Pleasures Are Dead And Bigger Than Ever Van Morrison Treasure No Longer Buried On Bruce Lundvall Recent Comments Dick Boddie on On Bruce Lundvall Tim Devine on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Willie on Frank s Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Twitter Tweets by digmusicinsider Archives November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 December 2014

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  • We Now Have Received Total Consciousness, Which Is Nice. - The Week That Was - Digital Music Insider
    into a irate cursing pirate Really Waking up on Wednesday to the news that Guitar Hero was a goner we also took a look at giving away music as a strategy and then took a t rip to Blockbuster for old times sake On Thursday certain digerati actually seemed disappointed that they wouldn t have to wait in Apple Verizon lines for the new old new Verizon iPhone I think I knew a couple of these folks back in Philadelphia at CDNOW where I m pretty sure they once threw snowballs at Santa after getting to Veterans Stadium at 5am On Friday we took a long hard look at Yahoo AOL MTV Myspace reminisced with John Cusack about kickboxing the ringtone of competitive sports and got chatty with David Hyman of Mog Not that we actually ya know spoke with David or anything We capped off the week with Stephen Elsop of Nokia strategically blowing a gasket and doing a deal with Microsoft think he may have mixed up the sequential order there Google needling Elsop and Mary Meeker dropping so much science that we felt like Bill Murray cause now we have total consciousness going for us which is nice Author Jack Isquith Posted on February 11 2011 Categories Daily Snark Digital Music News The Week That Was Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation Previous Previous post Mary Meeker Shows Us Where We Are Headed Next Next post Read All About It Radiohead Announces New Album Sends Valentine to Old Media Jack Isquith About Follow Us Sign up for our mailing list Email Address Recent Posts The Critics Were Wrong What Was The Greatest Year In Music Guilty Pleasures Are Dead And Bigger

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  • Yup, I'm A Slacker - Part 2: Bill Cunningham Shows Me How To Work - Digital Music Insider
    collect my thoughts on Digital Music Digital Content and hopefully figure some stuff out While blogging I networked and thought things through I got taken down a few rungs on numerous occasions It came as a shock for example when a music related company didn t rush to return my phone call or email After all I thought I practically green lit their deal at Warner I was naïve I was ignorant On the other hand I was also amazed that certain people mostly outside of the traditional music business were interested in what I had to offer I found myself consulting a Public Radio company and also deeply engaged for a couple of weeks in a Digital Czar search for a well known PR company The cliché was true it was a big world out there the challenge was figuring out my place in it Depending on the day it was humbling or inspiring It was a roller coaster ride Yet I always had my friends and family and also the blog to help sort me out I considered starting my own company came very close to taking that job running the west coast digital arm for the PR agency interviewed at a legendary music magazine turned down a funded start up CEO gig and eventually realized that I wasn t finished with music or the music business Then Jim Cady CEO of Slacker called He was straight ahead Precise Realistic Compelling Jim s understanding of the digital music landscape was superb His articulation of Slacker s market differentiation was matter of fact He didn t use a lot of buzzwords or adjectives His whole presentation was so refreshing I listened to Jim Jim told me that Slacker Radio had made significant content gains in the last couple of years with partnerships secured with ABC News ESPN the carriers and a host of user targeted improvements Facts analysis and contextualization I really liked his style Then I listened to Slacker This was it It was a great radio experience clearly the people programming the stations were really knowledgeable These stations were highly curated by real music experts They were not just based on sound but instead were programmed like a fan would program a station Familiar enough to live up to their naming conventions but exploratory enough to keep you discovering new music The experience itself was nicely interactive you could heart songs you loved ban songs you hated and adjust familiarity and repetition It worked I loved the experience I met Jonathan Sasse and he was cut from similar cloth to Jim Super smart realistic direct cool I liked him too I was offered a job SVP Strategic Development This time I said yes So now I have a new work home My mission is to spread the gospel about Slacker through deals content development and general music industry relations I m optimistic that at least on our good days working at Slacker will feel like play And

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  • Think You're An Early Adopter - This Guy Had His iPad In '94 - Digital Music Insider
    Interesting how little this vision helped Knight Ridder or their newspaper business Timing and execution Harvard Business review cited a few years back that 97 of companies fail due to execution rather than strategy Reply Leave a Reply to Joe Trelin Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation Previous Previous post Meanwhile Back In The Real World Microsoft Triples Apple Next Next post Hammerbacher Randi So He Sez Skeptical Edition Jack Isquith About Follow Us Sign up for our mailing list Email Address Recent Posts The Critics Were Wrong What Was The Greatest Year In Music Guilty Pleasures Are Dead And Bigger Than Ever Van Morrison Treasure No Longer Buried On Bruce Lundvall Recent Comments Dick Boddie on On Bruce Lundvall Tim Devine on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Willie on Frank s Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Twitter Tweets by digmusicinsider Archives November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 December 2014 February 2013 January 2013

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  • shelleys-first-side-b - Digital Music Insider
    On Bruce Lundvall Tim Devine on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Willie on Frank s Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Twitter Tweets by digmusicinsider Archives November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 December 2014 February 2013 January 2013

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  • The "S Factor" - What Apple Lacks In Music - Digital Music Insider
    iPods Sonos systems vintage turntables and vinyl they still spend the majority of their waking hours engrossed in discovering music Talk to them at length and they will tell you that they live for that Oh Wow moment of discovery The perfect moment of surprise Surprise with a capital S Their favorite music story invariably revolves around the first time they heard or saw Elvis The Beatles Springsteen Nirvana Wu Tang Arcade Fire etc Music fanatics live for surprises and discovery above everything else That s why they are so loyal to the bands magazines fanzines radio stations and websites of their youth They re constantly trying to recapture that moment that young William has flipping through those albums in Almost Famous I ll never forget this comment from a Warner Bros Records co worker a couple of years back I go to Best Buy to get the music I know I want to buy but I go to Amoeba a helluva lot more to get the music that I didn t know I wanted to buy With the iCloud Apple has made progress on getting you the music you already know you want But what about discovery The battle for the Oh Wow moment of surprise for the music you didn t know you wanted for that elusive S Factor rages on Author Jack Isquith Posted on June 10 2011 Categories Digital Music News Fog Of War iTunes 1 thought on The S Factor What Apple Lacks In Music Dave Logan says June 11 2011 at 1 05 am You talking about curated content and that s not something created by an algorithm Reply Leave a Reply to Dave Logan Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation

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  • Saturday Afternoons - Digital Music Insider
    know is suspect in my book It s fashionable to point at the bumbling of record label publishing and RIAA strategies in the wake of Napster All were really bad And all were probably small potatoes What changed from the 70 s and 80 s when teens would go to a friend s house to listen to an album to today s let s play YouTube videos while we watch TV and text landscape I can t give you the answer with 100 certainty I m not smart enough to wrap it all up in one blog post that s for sure How can you capture the enormity of the Vietnam War the sexual revolution Watergate the mainstreaming of Wall Street the end of the cold war globalization for starters Let s speak in broader terms Economic political and sociological factors all changed radically The whole world changed profoundly Like all my favorite bloggers I have a theory I was a typical teenager years ago music was key to my point of view on the issues of the day It was my teenage identity It was my badge and it was my language Of course I went to Tower Records on a Saturday afternoon Then amidst all these momentous changes along came the web Technology has become the language of teen life technology is the teen membership badge Technology allows teens to connect And so they go where they feel most at home most like themselves they go to the Apple store Author Jack Isquith Posted on May 14 2011 Categories Digital Music News Fog Of War 1 thought on Saturday Afternoons Linda Chauncey says May 15 2011 at 1 46 am I ll take it one step further back before Tower Records We would go to our local record store In my case Washingon Heights Kappy s Record World buy a single and get a coupon ten coupons got you one free single or the very exotic Pantasia in the next neighborhood over Inwood That s where you d go to get NME Melody Maker Sounds the new Sparks LP Syd Barrett or maybe the owner Glenn Fidell would recommend Nick Drake s Bryter Layter and you d go home a changed person That s right the owner of the shop was your connection Maybe you d meet your future boyfriend there because he d always be in the shop when you were or maybe you d meet people you would come across in the future when you of course were in the record business I hardly ever bumped into people I knew at Tower For me my real connection was the club scene CBGB s Max s Kansas City Hurrah The Mudd Club Danceteria etc Music film and art of the 70s and 80s were very interconnected and you d see people from all of the arts come together at the clubs Reply Leave a Reply to Linda Chauncey Cancel reply Your email address will not be published

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