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Providence Meetup!

The tour is going strong! This Wednesday, October 4th, we’re meeting Pandora listeners at the Columbus Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Looking forward to a lively talk and discussion with…
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MIT Meetup Tonight!

Woke up this morning to a Charles River full of rowers… what a great time of year to be in Boston. Come join us for a town hall meeting tonight…
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Coming back to LA!

For those of you who missed the Pandora Town Hall last month (see recap below) or if you want another chance to get your questions answered, the evening of Monday,…
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Los Angeles Recap…

Started the day off with a stimulating conversation with students at USC’s Annenberg school. Thanks to Aram for inviting me. Particularly interested to hear the students’ thoughts on the listener-to-listener part of the service. Los of lessons to be learned from the existing social network sites.
Amazing location for the evening get together at the Silent Theatre. Quite a bit of discussion around the rigths and opportunities for artists – clearly reflective of the many musicians, and music label folks in the audience.
I was impressed with the general commitment of everyone there to furthering the interests of musicians…

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Meetup in Los Angeles!

Heading south to the city of angels… Come join us for a town hall meeting on Thursday night in Hollywood. Details: When: Thursday, September 28th, 2006 – 7:00pm Where: The…
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Tribute to the Triangle!

What a week! Charlottesville, Raleigh-Durham and Chapel Hill (plus Dallas last night, recap of that on the next post). Beautiful part of the country, super-hospitable people, and lots of music. Been a while since I’ve seen so much green.
Thanks to everyone who attended the various meetings and talks. I left town energized and armed with a bunch of great new ideas. I’ve posted some pix and thoughts below… if you have any you’d like me to add, please send ’em in –
First stop was Charlottesville, VA and UVA’s gorgeous campus where I spoke to Prof. Fred Maus’s music theory class…

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