Posts Tagged: digital music

So Much Music… Have We All Blown Our Attention Spans?

Firstly, I would like to “publish” a short essay that recently struck a chord with me. It was written by my brother Emmanuel Rizzi, a contributor to Cornell University’s The Diplomacist blog. Here goes: Why the Music-Artist envies the Literature-Artist What luck has the Literature-Artist to have an individual spectatorship! The form of literature precludes… Read more »

Ladies and Gents, iTunes 11 Has Arrived

iTunes 11 is here! With a complete redesign of both the iTunes player and the iTunes store, we wanted to point out some great new features that you can use to optimize your listening and shopping experience. First, let’s start with the player itself. You will notice when you first open iTunes 11 that there… Read more »

Rdio Gets a Makeover

Among the cornucopia (yes, I just made a Hunger Games reference) of announcements made at SXSW was one by the streaming platform Rdio. What it unveiled was a completely new design by Wilson Miner that promises a faster, simpler and more social listening experience. Not that Rdio wasn’t awesome already… Free to use and easy… Read more »