It has been my privilege, over the last few years, to write a few pieces for Britain’s best music (and arts and movies and stuff) magazine The Word – including, a couple of issues back, an article about the curation boom (my articles about Wikipedia and archiving the web are on the web site). The… Continue reading David Hepworth – a Q&A about curating music
Marvellous. A Mexican letterpress book publisher in action. Something immensely satisfying about the integrity and sufficiency of the process. Can media production be so self-contained now? I think processes leak and overlap too much now. It’s by typometro via Erik Spiekerman’s blog.
Right, I’ve been very busy with my new thing: I’m blogger in residence at the BBC. Honestly. It’s really cool. Follow my comings- and-goings at the special blog I’ve set up for the purpose at commonplatform.co.uk (the feed’s here). More about the whole thing here later… In the meantime, I just want to share with… Continue reading Magazine masterclass
There’s nothing quite like The Economist. Many have tried to duplicate its authority, its prescience, its attitude but it takes a blend of uptown (that’ll be Oxbridge) haughtiness and downtown worldliness to produce writing quite so learned and quite so sarcastic at the same time. Take this week’s excellent feature about Google. No new information… Continue reading What’s so cool about The Economist?