Beware someone selling you knowledge as a product

Correction As explained elsewhere, I committed a journalistic sin in this post by attributing a passage of text to Giles Bowkett when he was just quoting it. I’ve made changes to this post to correct that. I’m going to do something different (for me). I’m going to post about someone else’s blog post (mostly). Giles […]

Remembering a Hacker

An old friend of mine, Harris Wulfson, passed away suddenly last week. I hadn’t seen him in years, and we’d only run into each other once since we worked together at Music Boulevard in the 90’s. That running-into happened at a Jazz show in Brooklyn, NY. Harris was a musician and music composition grad student […]