There's an interesting article in the New York Times Magazine about independent musicians in the Internet era. Many of them are only able to reach an audience at all because of the Internet, but at some point the fan intimacy that made them successful becomes a huge burden. I can understand that. Ten emails a day from readers would be fantastic, but a hundred? A thousand? How do you balance that kind of load against the solitude that creativity demands?
(Link by way of 43 Folders.)
Friday, May 18, 2007
When everyone wants to know you
Posted by Katherine Derbyshire at 3:07 AM
Labels: creativity, culture, music
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