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Lefsetz Letter " Blog Archive " Smodcastle Redux, Starf***ing ...
We’re all trying to get along.  And it’s art that keeps us going.  Imperfect people telling imperfect stories.  Those we can relate to.  Shiny is for Hollywood.  Shiny is a force field that you just can’t penetrate, which is why so many are rejecting the mainstream and digging down into the niches, because burrowed beneath the bullshit is where the real people live.
art  creativity  podcasting  music  interviews  story  hollywood 
december 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Is Portland the new Neverland? |
"Young people intuitively understand that the old model is broken and they are in the forefront of inventing the new institutional model of the future," says Charles Heying, an associate professor of urban studies and planning at PSU. "But to make this omelet, many eggs are getting broken." [...]
To ask whether this collectivism yields independence, Heying suggests, is the wrong question. "Portland may be deficient in personal wealth, (but) we have an abundance of 'social wealth,'" he said. "The social wealth comes from the livability of the city, its low cost of housing relative to other West Coast cities, vibrant neighborhoods, abundant and inexpensive activities including access to good food and entertainment." 
portland  oregon  business  youth  social  entrepreneurs  bicycling  beer  urban  interviews 
december 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Queer Oakland: Julia Serano uses activism, art to save the day | Oakland Local
"What is oppression? Oppression is about double standards. My hope is that we’ll eventually reach a point where all of these double standards don’t exist."
race  gender  power  gay  ethnicity  queer  activism  interviews  oakland  art 
october 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Poynter Online - Top Stories - paidContent's Rafat Ali Describes Grim View of Online News' Prospects
This is true for all startups: A startup is not a part-time business. But it's clearly, even doubly, true for news.

Firstly, doing an Internet startup is a very time-consuming thing. On top of that, you're trying to do a 24-hour news-based startup, which is a double whammy in terms of just the sheer amount of energy you need, and the sheer amount of resources, and the sheer amount of time that you need to put in there. So it clearly is going to be all-consuming in all ways you can possibly ... think, for however long you're doing it.

So be ready. It's a difficult, difficult slog. As I said, the sentence that I use a lot is that "I've burned the candle at both ends and the middle for the last eight years." It's taken a physical toll, a personal toll, a mental toll on me. I've come out on the other end fine.
journalism  media  news  interviews  online  business 
september 2010 by allaboutgeorge
How the LGBTQQI West Was One: Envisioning change, artistic risk and leadership in Oakland | Oakland Local
“There are so many of us that are suffering, in internal and external ways. We can choose to ignore it, we can choose to cover it up, we can put something nice and shiny on it, but so many of us are suffering," Clark said. "If all of us just decided that enough is enough ... this isn’t going to happen anymore. Then sh-- would have to change.

"There are more of us than there are of the people who are orchestrating this in a conscious way. There are more of us. Yeah, it’s a really big system. But we are a lot of people!”
gay  oakland  activism  art  interviews  queer  identity 
july 2010 by allaboutgeorge
A Conversation With Aniruddh D. Patel - Exploring Music’s Hold on the Mind - Question -
What do humans have in common with parrots? Both species are vocal learners, with the ability to imitate sounds. We share that rare skill with parrots. In that one respect, our brains are more like those of parrots than chimpanzees. Since vocal learning creates links between the hearing and movement centers of the brain, I hypothesized that this is what you need to be able to move to beat of music.
interviews  music  brain  science  nytimes  medicine  language  thinking 
june 2010 by allaboutgeorge
It’s Smarter to Be Chivalrous Than Comfortable -
There are so many young people today that want to get into the business, and that’s wonderful. Photography is an incredibly powerful medium. A picture can force people to think, or to respond in some way to the images they see. So if I can help someone during our brief encounter on the plane, that’s O.K. with me.

It makes up for getting my picture snapped while I’m snoring.
photography  television  interviews  nytimes 
may 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Aquarium Drunkard » Beach House :: The AD Interview
VL: [...] And I think that’s our lot in life; we’re musical soulmates. And I realize it more and more; it’s a lot harder to find your musical partner than your love partner.

AD: And they don’t necessarily have to be intertwined.

VL: No, and that’s the really special thing! And I think that’s why people always ask or they don’t understand or they don’t believe, “Well, how can you do this without this?” and exactly, that’s why! Because if we were involved, I think our project would destroy itself. I wonder how people do that. It’s something that I don’t really understand. But honestly, either way, I don’t really have time; my love, fortunately or unfortunately, is in making things and writing things, listening to other people’s music and reading about other people. My relationship is with the universe.
music  interviews  behavior  livemusic  creativity  relationships  rock  love 
april 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Anne Lamott < Features | PopMatters
11. The best piece of advice you actually followed?
When my best friend Pammy was dying, I asked her if I looked fat in a certain dress, and she—from a wheelchair—said, “Annie, you really don’t have that kind of time.” I live by that.
death  attention  interviews  presence  behavior 
april 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Pitchfork: Carrie Brownstein Talks Sleater-Kinney, Acting, Writing, and More
CB: No. I mean, I'm always trying to encourage people not to limit themselves in the same way that many of our parents stayed with one job forever. I've realized that I have a lot of different loves, and I want to pursue writing, but I can never divorce myself from music. When I talked to you, I probably was at that point in playing music where I was likely taking it for granted. That tends to happen after you've been doing it for so long. But once you're away from music, I realize that's as intrinsic to who I am as anything else. That's the part that takes me out of my brain. As you probably know as a writer, anything that can do that for you is kind of a huge relief. So, I mean, it does feel great to be writing, but the process is sometimes excruciating. And nothing is as nice as plugging in your guitar and turning up the volume really loud, just seeing what kind of beautiful noise you can make with it.
pitchfork  interviews  music  creativity  work  guitar  attention  acting 
march 2010 by allaboutgeorge
A Conversation With Hunch Cofounder Caterina Fake
[...] But from our perspective, the social graph is actually less informative and actually gives you less valuable information on you than what we’re calling the taste graph because you may – I may be in contact with my co-workers, who are kind of like male engineer types and, with my mom, I have a very close relationship with. But our tastes are very different, the things that we like, the sushi restaurants or (unintelligible) that we’d be interested in…


Ms. FAKE: Or the clothes that we would wear and so, what we’re – our assumption is that there’s people out there who share similar taste. They have a similar aesthetic to you or they have, say, you’re kind of looking for a blog or a news show, your political position or political stance would inform that choice as well. So, that’s really what…

Mr. ARRINGTON: And this actually works?

Ms. FAKE: And this actually works, yes.
interviews  news  search  video  interview  internet  aesthetics  identity  attention  data 
march 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Tom Morello, Henry Rollins Talk Music Activism « LimeWire Music Blog
You are an agent of history. History’s not done, you’re in it, and what you do or fail to do during your time is gonna make an enormous difference in what the planet looks like during your time and in the future.
history  interviews  music  art  activism  power 
december 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Film - Jason Reitman Uses Travel Experience for ‘Up in the Air’ -
“All the airports kind of feel and look the same now,” Mr. Reitman said, grabbing one of the small burgers in the middle of the table. “Some are more beautiful, some are less beautiful, but for the most part you’re going to find a Starbucks in every airport. You’re going to get your coffee and the USA Today or New York Times in every airport. All the things that you want are there, so you can land anywhere, and you feel at home. You’re given the sense that you’re everywhere, but you’re nowhere; that you are constantly with your community, yet you have no community. There’s kind of a terrific irony to that.”
travel  social  business  video  employment  jobs  movies  interviews  film  cinema 
november 2009 by allaboutgeorge
SA Current - Blogs - Straight from the Arizona Gulag: Linda Ronstadt in SA
If this Q & A were a song, it would be called “We Need A Lot More Rancheras (And A Lot Less Rock And Roll).”

And, of course, it would take up a whole album side.
music  interviews  immigration  texas  arizona  mexico  usa  latino  politics  culture  identity 
november 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Jon Hamm | TV | A.V. Club
[F]or Don, specifically… he’s not a murderer, but he is an opportunist, and a lot of people can see that as being admirable in some ways. He knows the rules of the game, and he plays it very well.

He’s also often very upfront with what he wants and needs in a certain situation. It goes back to the pilot, when he tells Pete that if he keeps behaving the way he is, he may succeed briefly, but he’ll never truly succeed, because no one will like him, and in this industry, being liked is more important than being effective, in many ways. And that comes back, of course, to bite Pete. He doesn’t learn that lesson, or he learns it too late, when he tries to blackmail Don. So it’s an interesting thing. I don’t necessarily play it any differently. I don’t try to be any more likeable even as I’m doing these reprehensible things. You just hope that the audience has been given enough material and backstory to understand or at least rationalize the character’s behavior, and to see what drives it.
television  story  writing  acting  cable  interviews  fiction  ethics  business 
august 2009 by allaboutgeorge
TED Interview: Tribes Author Says People, Not Ads, Build Social Networks | Epicenter from
It's not for you to somehow beam your message to strangers and convert them, because you can't convert strangers anymore. Not one major new consumer brand built in the last five years was built on the back of advertising. Google and Facebook, etc. are built because one person brought another one by the hand, not because someone bought ads on the Super Bowl.
marketing  socialnetworking  technology  internet  social  ted  interviews  attention  reputation  google  facebok  friendship 
february 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Q&A, Rufus Griscom, CEO of Nerve: "Nerve: The First Ten Years" | Salon Life
"I think NSFW warnings are fantastic. There are probably very few combinations of four letters that generate clicks more consistently than NSFW."
nsfw  sex  writing  publishing  books  media  magazines  interviews 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Lust cools but the knickers keep flying for Tom Jones - Times Online
“It started in 1969 at the Copacabana in New York. This woman stood up and took off her knickers and handed them to me. And I said, ‘Whoa! Hope you don’t catch cold’.”
music  interviews  public  uk  sex 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge Interviews - John Hodgman
"Nostalgia is the most toxic impulse of all. It's what drives terrorism, on either end of the political spectrum, the idea that there is a beautiful past we can recover if we just force everyone to do what we want, through persuasion or bombs. That has been a fantasy since the good old days that never existed."
memory  writing  creativity  books  portland  war  politics  terrorism  interviews 
november 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Pete Seeger | Pitchfork
"[W]hen we came to those last two words again I said "let's get some harmony!" So I stopped playing guitar and held out my two hands again, palm up and waist high. But then I raised the hands three inches to keep them holding those notes. Then a few seconds later, I raised them another three or four inches. They all had to take new breaths to keep singing. Now there are 1,000 people sitting on the lawn at the end of the Clearwater Festival, the Clearwater is out sailing back and forth on the Hudson as they watch the sun go down over Hook Mountain, and all I know is that 15 seconds had gone by and they were still harmonizing. So I kept raising my hands, more and more, and I think it went on for about 30 seconds, more and more harmony. Finally, my hands were as high as I could hold them, I couldn't raise them any higher. There were sopranos singing way high notes, and basses singing low, and people looking around at each other. They'd never heard such harmony."
music  folk  rock  social  interviews  pitchfork 
november 2008 by allaboutgeorge Interviews - Iain Banks
"[...] Presented with something like English, you're almost derelict in your duties if you don't have fun with it, because there's so much fun to be had. You shouldn't just think, 'This is my way of getting information across to you.' No. You should have fun with it. If the writer's having fun, unless you're being hopelessly self-serving, I think you can please other people at the same time, if you do it right. [...]"
english  language  beauty  speech  writing  fiction  creativity  uk  books  interviews 
october 2008 by allaboutgeorge
'Let love abide' - Southern Voice Atlanta
"You have to love people regardless, and hold them in that light. That’s what turns that energy of violence, or hatred or bigotry into something else. I think you have to be steadfast in that."
music  atlanta  georgia  songwriting  creativity  rock  folk  gay  women  love  activism  interviews 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Beat Blogging: Audio interview with Ed Silverman of Pharmalot about becoming a blogger
"Silverman reports on Pharmalot, just as he always has, and some people don't understand that concept. Many people think of blogging as opinion oriented, when blogging really is just a publishing platform."
blogging  media  reporting  newspapers  journalism  identity  interviews 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
IOL: Truth in humour?
"I don't believe in black on black violence because everybody robs and kills people...It's not black on black but broke on broke, when people rob each other."
humor  comedy  poverty  crime  chrisrock  quotes  southafrica  africa  interviews 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Desert Island: Q&A with Willy Vlautin - Screening Room
"[I]t's a really bad habit to sit there and beat the shit out of yourself. And I've done it. I'm really good at it. I'm trying to be better at that, but fuck man, that's like trying to change who you are."
writing  fiction  creativity  health  drinking  nevada  interviews 
may 2008 by allaboutgeorge Interviews - Willy Vlautin
"Writing at the track is the best. You're surrounded by horses and weirdoes and gamblers and drinkers. All of those things relax me to no end. Plus, whenever you get tired or burned out, you can always bet a race."
books  interview  interviews  portland  creativity  fiction  writing  novels  nevada  drinking 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Urban Legends Reference Pages: Barack Obama Endorsed by the KKK
"It's not surprising a spoof article claiming the Ku Klux Klan has endorsed the latter for President (since 'anything is better than Hillary Clinton') would gain currency."
president  politics  obama  music  interviews  hiphop  election  race 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
At home with the Doggs ... | Urban | Music
"The KKK gave Obama money." "Really?" "YES." "They was one of his biggest supporters." "I've never heard that." "YES. Why wouldn't they be? The media won't tell you that. They don't want you to know that."
president  politics  obama  music  interviews  hiphop  election 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Washington Wire - : 50 Cent: 'Obama to the End Now, Baby!'
“To be honest, I haven’t been following that anymore. I lost my interest. I listened to some of the debates and things that they were saying, and I just got lost in everything that was going on [...]"
president  politics  obama  music  interviews  hiphop  election 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge | Hip-Hop On A Higher Level | » DMX Here I Am
"So you’re not following the race. You can’t vote right?" "Nope." "Is that why you’re not following it?"
"No, because it’s just—it doesn’t matter. They’re gonna do what they’re gonna do. [...]"
president  politics  obama  music  interviews  hiphop  election 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
How John Waters Maintains His Warped Obsessions -- New York Magazine
"I can go wherever I want. So much better if you go to their house and they can come to yours. If you have a fight, you can get away, there’s no pouting room."
interviews  movies  sex  baltimore  art  housing  realestate 
march 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The Austin Chronicle: Screens: Talk Show Host: Heather Gold is not here to push your product
"If traditional media and entertainment have been built on corporatizing and making artificial versions of people, then anything that breaks beyond that creates a gap that's interesting."
media  corporations  business  music  social  interviews  sxsw  sxswinteractive 
march 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The geek who conquered the fashion world | Magazine | The Observer
"I fantasise about what the future could be in terms of aesthetic and psychology. It's the most difficult thing to do because you have to start from the past - your favourite architect, your favourite song - you take it all with you."
fashion  design  culture  interviews  futurism  aesthetics  psychology  architecture  music 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
BLDGBLOG: Comparative Planetology: An Interview with Kim Stanley Robinson
"I’ve been working all my career to try to redefine utopia in more positive terms – in more dynamic terms."
toread  sciencefiction  archaeology  architecture  cities  environment  fiction  interview  interviews  literature  reading  science  writing 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Tony Gleaton aims lens at black Mexicans - Los Angeles Times
"A lot of what we believe now is based on the myth of the past. And there are a lot of interesting things that most people don't know."
race  mexico  photography  art  travel  interviews  ethnicity  beauty  aesthetics  latino  black  immigration 
october 2007 by allaboutgeorge
ABC News: Part I: My Grandfather's Son
"People feel free to say about me what they think about lots of blacks. Because of the heterodox views I've taken, they have license to say it about me with impunity." How's this makes you special again?
politics  race  supremecourt  interviews  law  books 
october 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Blowing Up Your Spot
Sweet, hot and tight house/techno blog, noticed via a friend's Facebook group
blogs  detroit  interviews  mp3  music 
october 2007 by allaboutgeorge Interviews - William Gibson
"If I knew what I was doing, I literally wouldn't be doing my job. That's what E. M. Forster said. He said if a novelist is in control of his or her characters, they're not even close to doing their job."
books  fiction  interview  interviews  sciencefiction  novels  writing  story 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge Books | Now romancer
"Somewhere now there's a team of people working on something that's going to profoundly impact your life in the next 10 years [... T]hey don't know how it's going to change your life because usually these things don't go as predicted."
books  interviews  scifi  writing  fiction  aesthetics  creativity  futurism  novels 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Pitchfork: M.I.A. Confronts the Haters
"Yesterday I read like five magazines in the airplane -- it was a nine hour flight -- and three out of five magazines said 'Diplo: the mastermind behind M.I.A.'s politics!' And I was wondering, does that stem from [Pitchfork]?"
pitchfork  music  interviews  interview 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
PopMatters Music Feature | The Essential Selection: An Interview with Beth Ditto
"In a way your creativity is only as good as your lack of resources. I would have never gotten into the things I got into or been the person that I am if I didn’t have to go without things or make do with the bare minimum."
interview  interviews  creativity  rock  music  songwriting  gay  diy 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
BoldasLIVE #1 w/Nona Hendryx, afternoon of 7/22/07, Brooklyn Lyceum, tickets $8 w/under 13 free
"I call it a platform because I envision the output of BoldasLIVE taking many forms: innovative discussion forums, panels and, yes, even full-on shows."
blipster  black  rock  livemusic  nyc  interviews  public  brooklyn 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
'I wish I could've been a rock star. They don't have to talk. Plus they get to sleep all day, do lots of drugs, and have sex with anyone they want' | Woman | The Observer
"[T]here's a difference between being egotistical and knowing your value as a product and an actor. I know my value as a product, and I've divorced myself as a human from myself as a product."
fashion  uk  interviews  gay  men  women  aesthetics  beauty 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
John Cale is playing at my house | Electronic | Guardian Unlimited Music
"So I just try to be like, well, what can I do that makes sense to me in 2007? I can't play by the same rules as the music that I love."
songwriting  aesthetics  identity  beauty  music  pop  rock  dance  creativity  interviews 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Pitchfork: Interview: Feist
"I wanted to live where I made the record. I didn't want to take any vehicle in the morning to go to work. We slept upstairs and it was like summer camp."
interviews  pitchfork  canada  songwriting  music 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
JS Online: Authors find Clarence Thomas puzzling
"We're the first to filter his life through a racial prism. [...] I think the myth was that race wasn't important to him, but we found it was. [...] He's very conscious of his own black skin. He talks about it a lot."
race  justice  georgia  supremecourt  black  nonfiction  interviews 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Murphy's Romance by Catrinel Bartolomeu - Screening Room
"I have to keep myself on my back foot by doing things as quickly as I can, and keeping them whether they're fucked up or not, and trying to work with the fucked-upness."
songwriting  creativity  nyc  art  music  dance  rock  aesthetics  improvisation  interviews 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge Life | A year of eating locally
"We can use that buying power in a transaction that burns excessive fossil fuels, erodes topsoil, supports multinationals that pay their workers just a few bucks a day -- or [...] strengthen neighborhood food economies, keep green spaces alive [...]"
food  farming  books  nonfiction  virgina  interviews 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Craig Newmark - I Want Media
Do what you can on the Net to build up some kind of online reputation. [...] You may want to start working on your own personal brand. Maybe start a blog and see if people will pay attention. You may be your own network."
interviews  blogging  internet  media  newspapers  radio  interview  journalism  business 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Old interviews redefine "Star Wars" mythology | Entertainment | Entertainment News |
"Remember, science-fiction films do really great the first week, then they drop off to nothing. It's a good sign, but it doesn't mean anything. Let's wait a couple of weeks. [...] I don't want to count my chickens before they hatch."
sciencefiction  cinema  interview  interviews  1970s 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Interview: AL Kennedy | Review | The Observer
'If you were around all week, I'd want to kill you. I wouldn't tell you, even: I'd just go for increasingly long walks. Having achieved the joy of your friendship, I'd find it disappointing, as I find everything I attain.'
friendship  creativity  writing  fiction  uk  interviews 
march 2007 by allaboutgeorge Life | Geisha grrrls
"They hear this stuff from their moms, And they're like, 'Once you get married and have kids, you're locked into an 18-year job.' If you can delay that, then you can travel, you can learn languages, you can make your own money, do your own thing."
women  gender  feminism  work  corporations  japan  asia  men  nonfiction  interviews 
january 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: A Portrait of Bush as a Victim of His Own Certitude
“What the president says in effect is, We’ve got to press on in honor of the memory of those who have fallen. Another way to say that is we’ve got to have more men fall to honor the memories of those who have already fallen.”
iraq  september11  911  president  bush  books  nonfiction  interviews 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
W'IAN: Chat with Anthony Shadid
"I guess I see the ambition of reporting as understanding as well as possible the sentiments, history, fears, hopes, frustrations and so on of the person I'm covering. Without that, it becomes difficult to write incisively."
writing  journalism  newspapers  books  interviews  iraq 
september 2005 by allaboutgeorge
NYRoB: 'The Morning Quickie'
"My intention has been to talk the way people do. People come out on television looking pretty and acting refined, but that's not the way we are. How could we act blond if we're not blond, pretty if we're not pretty, solemn if that's not us?"
elections  interviews  mexico  politics 
august 2004 by allaboutgeorge : medulla special : interview
"You know, it's ironic that just at the point the lawyers and the businessmen had calculated how to control music, the internet comes along and fucks everything up. [...] God bless the internet."
bjork  interviews 
august 2004 by allaboutgeorge
CSM: Poet Kay Ryan: A profile
"I like to think of all good poetry as providing more oxygen into the atmosphere; it just makes it easier to breathe."
interviews  poetry  writing 
august 2004 by allaboutgeorge
SFBG: China Mieville interview
"[T]his is the double-edged sword of wireless access in cafés. When there was no wireless access, I couldn't do e-mails or fuck about online. Now I can always just see who's on IM. I have to rein that shit in."
interviews  writing 
august 2004 by allaboutgeorge
The 6X7 Interview: Sasha Frere-Jones, Writer
"Lusty overstatement leads to good things, and full-on commitments are a requirement of the fully engaged life, even if the commitment is to Christina Milian."
interviews  music  writing 
august 2004 by allaboutgeorge
Edward Champion's Return of the Reluctant: note to the master of the house
David Mitchell: "Every word holds a tiny infinity of nuances, a genealogy, a social set of possible users, and that although a writer must sometimes pretend to use language lightly, he should never actually do so -- the stuff is near sacred."
interviews  writing 
august 2004 by allaboutgeorge

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