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  • {Follow Up} Why Entertainment Industry still has Digital all wrong - Midem 2012

    Thanks to all of you that have emailed me regarding my post, I do enjoy the emails that I receive from around the world - and there were a number of questions posed that I decided to add as a supplement Blog post to the original post from yesterday... First off, questions around the iTunes image that was posted... I used to live in the ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on January 12, 2012
  • Why Entertainment Industry still has Digital all wrong - Midem 2012

    With Midem  only two weeks away, the South of France will again, be a stage for the music industry to work itself into a frenzy to figure out the best route forward into discovering how to rescue itself from the brink of its own self-importance/ destruction. I’ve attended, spoke & networked through many of these events in ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on January 11, 2012
  • More Music & Technology stuff... Facebook vs MySpace

    What else is bubbling away in the darkened beanbags in Silicon Valley that is blending the Geek thinking with your average consumer of social stuff... Facebook  developers have been busy creating some great applications and platform developments, as they continue to rally to Mark Zuckerberg's vision of Facebook being the next pervasive ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on April 5, 2011
  • Amazon Cloud Drive vs Music Industry

    I realized that I haven't been on here since 2010 with a post about how times have changed within Retail where it used to be a big NO having cameras in your store http://tinyurl.com/Madman2010 Since then, I have blogged elsewhere, written papers, produced music and other good stuff... So 2011, and a return to where it all started with my ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on April 5, 2011
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