The Who guitarist Pete Townshend has called on Apple, and the wider digital music industry, to find ways to support instead of exploit new talent. Among his eight suggestions for how to help—instead of being a “digital vampire”—are to fufill some of the roles traditionally held by record labels, such as providing “creative nurture” and employing talent scouts.
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The music veteran also took issue with the popularity of of illegally downloading music, saying people “may as well come and steal my son’s bike while they’re at it”. Though musicians’ incomes have been eroded through illegal downloading, Townshend admitted that “a creative person would prefer their music to be stolen and enjoyed than ignored.”
Eyes with lower pigment (blue or grey eyes) don’t need to absorb as much light as brown or dark eyes before this information reaches the retinal cells. This might provide light-eyed people with some resilience to SAD.
The maps discussed on this blog are rarely of any hard, practical use. This one does have real-world relevance – especially if you’re a globetrotting, It’s-Tuesday-so-this-must-be-Belarus kind of traveller.Living and […]