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Mon Jun 9 08:46:08 EST 2014
Valuing commodities such as art is really difficult. Yet we do it. We buy tickets for plays, operas, symphonies. We do buy artifacts (books, pictures, etc.) We even pay for literary games (sometimes). the internet, well... that is difficult.
I am experimenting with using Kickstarter as a commodity based literature platform. After all, they invite: Tell us your story.
So, I'd greatly appreciate it if you could spread the word:
Say love in a new way with secret coded greeting cards. Preorder on this Kickstarter. http://tinyurl.com/greet-rose
Tell a Love story--with deeper meanings
The Rose Language infuses meaning in new ways--by ascribing concepts to letters. Give someone you love a card rich in significance.
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On Sunday, June 8, 2014 4:22 PM, Timothy Taylor <tdtaylor at ucla.edu> wrote:
Here’s the gist of my thinking of questions of value, labor, and cultural commodities such as music.
gift-exchange), but value as measured by people’s action, which can be measured in terms of traffic on social media. Streaming audio services build in ways to create and share playlists, and follow others’ tastes. Billboard magazine, which has maintained charts on best-selling recordings since the mid-1930s, introduced in 2010 a new chart called “The Social 50,” which tracks the buzz of various artists and recordings on social media, a development that registers how important this form of value has become.
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