It's time for them to leave home and seek their fortunes.
Sivacracy's Liz Losh posts a wonderfully practical and entertaining piece:
So here's my list of possible strategies, suitable for a memo to a Hollywood bigwig, that tries to answer my friends' basic question about what's a nice scriptwriter to do now that the world is going digital.
Last Train Home's Eric Brace is regularly blogging these days. He's insightful and funny and worth checking out:
A favorite pasttime is the junkshop. All along I-40 and I-81 in our drives from Nashville to DC and back, there's a hundred signs saying: "Antique Mall, next exit" and such. I think I've been to pretty much every one over the past few years.
Sam Mangwana. eMusic featured him in one way or another a couple weeks ago, and I can't get enough!
Sam Mangwana was born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo to Angolan parents. Mangwana grew up listening to foreign musicians touring Kinshasa, especially those from Cuba, who greatly influenced the development of Congolese music. Sam belonged to many bands throughout his career, beginning with Tabu Ley Rochereau's band African Fiesta in 1962.
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