Post about baseball sheet music.
Hoopla, one of the digital lending services allowing libraries to offer ebooks and other digital content, has helped drive the unassuming library ebook to success in over 1,600 public library systems. Here’s how.
The kids are alright, heading back to school in America, and speaking out, with strong voices.
They are speaking out “Against the Wind,” as we did in the ’60s –protests, sit-ins, love-ins, whatever we could do to create change.
Keep on speaking out, against the wind, because you know the wind will change direction, and you will know you helped it happen…
#DouglasStrong #NeverAgain #SpeakOut #MSDStrong
It’s not all finding secret notes from Keith Richards… but some of it is.
“Aside from money and aesthetics, though, there’s really no point to it. We’re all quibbling over whether Bluetooth audio is good enough, or whether or not dongles suck (they do). The official reasons are little more than platitudes about better designs and “being bold”. It’s hogwash, honestly. The only thing such a decision does is limit the kinds of experiences an individual can have on their smartphone. That is never a good thing.”
Editor’s Note: Will *not* buy a phone without a headphone jack. Period.
Booker T. Jones, Phil Lesh, Norah Jones and others look ahead to the new Monterey Pop, and reflect on whether the original message can still resonate.
Pete Townshend of the Who struck a nerve with rock ’n’ roll rebels in 1965 with the line “I hope I die before I get old.”
But something has happened in the five decades since he wrote “My Generation”: The boomer generation got older, yet continued to love rock ’n’ roll. Now, as many of those early fans enter retirement, they are still boarding buses and trudging through muddy fields to see their favorite bands.
Reports from the US suggest Donald Trump is struggling to find A-list stars to play his inauguration. We asked some of them why.
“Chris Thile, Serena Brook, Tim Russell, Fred Newman, and Rich Dworsky, with “A Cautionary Tail” on our December 10, 2016 show.”
“Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature on Thursday for work that the Swedish Academy described as “having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.”He is the first American to win the prize since Toni Morrison in 1993, and a groundbreaking choice by the Nobel committee to select the first literature laureate whose career has primarily been as a musician.”