Bridging the Gap Between Artist and Fan with Kickstarter

Artists for the last few years have a new venue to not only communicate with their fans but to actually involve the fans in the production of their work. In the past, for example, a band would have to play concerts or work side jobs if they wanted to raise the money they needed to pay for studio time or for mastering and pressing of their music onto vinyl or compact disc. This has all been fundamentally changed with Kickstarter, and other sites like it, which allow people to directly fund artists so that they can make their artistic projects a reality.

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Talent Develops Talent

Here’s an eyeful of words for you to wonder on today:  “Talent to know the talent has the talent to develop the talent.”  My explanation and exploration follows.

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Does "Reviewed by Apple" Mean iBook Censorship on the iPad?

Okay, so there’s this little thing called the iPad that’s dropping tomorrow and, as the owner of Boles Books Writing and Publishing, I would like to — as an independent publisher — get in on the iBooks action by selling some titles on the iPad.

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