“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners. All of us who do creative work get into it b/c we have good taste. But there is this gap. And if you are just starting out or are still in this phase you gotta know that it’s normal and the most important thing you can do is DO A LOT OF WORK. It’s only by going through a volume of work that you will close that gap and your work will be as good as your ambitions.”—Ira Glass.
"Welcome to capture culture: Where music is not solely bought from a store and collected in our home, but captured from our environment through mobile apps and instantly stored in the cloud. This shift is also emerging online. "Soon, we should see the ‘add-music’ button adjacent to songs and videos on sites around the web."
The add-music button “will enable music fans to collect songs for subsequent streaming to any connected and capable device.” Connecting the button to search results and blog entries would make it easy “for fans to add songs to their music libraries,”
// Agreed. As the world is introduced to The Cloud. We’ve already been capturing music for awhile now. 80% of the music I listen to is coming from captured online sources. This is true at work and in the car. //
“At 40. I was addicted. Not to success. I was addicted to trying my hardest. That’s the reward in itself. It’s what life’s about. The struggle. It’s the only way you can be proud. You can’t be proud of luck.”—Ricky Gervais: Show Biz (via huffingtonpost)