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The End of the World as We’ve Downloaded It

by on April 16, 2013, as seen in Men, Ink.  In Tune

The world did not end on December 22, 2012. Hopefully you’re not too disappointed.

While this cultural milestone did not mark the end of the world as we’ve known it, I like to think it ushered in an era of more organic, face-to-face interaction.

The world as we know it involves technological escalation at the speed of light and sound—rates too fast for me to quantify. The more add-ons and updates, the more technophobic I become. It’s hereditary, I’ve decided: My mom never could figure out how to work the VCR. Read more…

Jackie Greene Goes Off the Grid

The Home Studio has gone mobile; much like The Who, without the tour bus and the groupies and stuff.  Huka Entertainment and Progressive Music brought Jackie Greene, a Sonic Byways favorite, to Wilmington, so I grabbed my mixer and a couple of mics and Jackie and I laid down some audio.   Sitting cross-legged at twilight in the courtyard of the Brooklyn Arts Center, we talked upbringing, typewriters, whatever happened to cursive – and what happens when you actually live your life instead of tweet about it.