Tag Archives: Longevity

How Would Art Be, If We Optimised on Cost?

I saw something interesting today in a blog by one of my favourite bloggers: http://bit.ly/oP8BxP In this brief post, Seth makes the argument that although putting sea salt on the fries you sell (as opposed to regular table salt – … Continue reading

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Another Take

OK, so I’ve told you how I think you shouldn’t write a song, but having been critical, it’s now time to put up an alternative way of going about the task and being a bit more constructive.  Instead of the … Continue reading

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A Gem of Songwriting Wisdom

The Bee Gees, whether you love or hate them, know a thing or two about writing songs with enduring appeal.  That can’t be denied.  They have the awards and the platinum records to prove it.  In fact, they have a … Continue reading

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