Re: [-empyre-] video killed the radio star
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- Subject: Re: [-empyre-] video killed the radio star
- From: Chris Ashley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 11:34:01 -0700 (PDT)
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--- Henry Warwick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I tend to think people find an audience or
> vice versa. Good or
> bad - I dunno - depends on the audience I suppose.
I think you find on the web that audiences shift a
lot. Bunch of possiblities: they're fickle; or have
short attention spans; the effort to produce something
consistent and interesting makes it too difficult (for
a weblogger- time, resources, etc.) to hold an
audience for long; or there always some cooler
technology, design, tool, or gimmick around the bend.
> Discipline is a
> means to an end and not an end in itself - but
> practice is a good thing
> as it creates consistency. I think the author gains
> more from a
> practice than the audience.
I agree. Without a real practice the work can't go
deeply. Also, I think, why much criticism fall so
short of what art actually does and is about.
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