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November 23, 2013

DAILY REMINDER:

evanfleischer:

If you want to help this site become some kind of cross between Andrew Sullivan, Tim Pool, and [pick your favorite fiction writer], then click here, and — also — re-blog. 

(I mean — can you imagine how much better my Occupy Wall Street coverage would have been if I was ever actually there?)

Quick commentary here: Evan Fleischer is a smart guy who has done amazing work covering news on Tumblr and elsewhere. He has some impressive credits to his name. The fact that he has to encourage you to click a link to make a little money is very unfortunate. I would recommend reaching out to him with job offers.

Listen, Tumblr folks who read this blog: When you say that you aren’t offering up monetization models to end users because it structures the shape of the community, this is what happens. Smart people with smart commentary can’t follow up on their awesome skills and make a career of this through your platform. That’s really sad, and it would be so easy to fix.

13:21 // 9 months ago
January 3, 2013
storyboard:

On the Road with Leonard Cohen
Once “the proverbial family table” is set, everyone comes to “feast,” and the meal in question is the music of Leonard Cohen. So says Cohen’s road manager Joseph Carenza III, who has presided over Notes from the Road since July 2010, chronicling the travels of Cohen and company with photograph after photograph.
In the new year, Carenza wants to take that Tumblr to another level. He says that while actually on tour, there was “no way I could honor people’s time and attention,” given all the things he had to do. Now that he has a bit more free time and a slightly more fleshed-out crew, he’s trying to think of ways to reach “outward.”
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Leonard Cohen’s Tumblr is pretty rad if you haven’t read it. Side note: This piece is written by the very awesome Evan Fleischer.

storyboard:

On the Road with Leonard Cohen

Once “the proverbial family table” is set, everyone comes to “feast,” and the meal in question is the music of Leonard Cohen. So says Cohen’s road manager Joseph Carenza III, who has presided over Notes from the Road since July 2010, chronicling the travels of Cohen and company with photograph after photograph.

In the new year, Carenza wants to take that Tumblr to another level. He says that while actually on tour, there was “no way I could honor people’s time and attention,” given all the things he had to do. Now that he has a bit more free time and a slightly more fleshed-out crew, he’s trying to think of ways to reach “outward.”

Read More

Leonard Cohen’s Tumblr is pretty rad if you haven’t read it. Side note: This piece is written by the very awesome Evan Fleischer.

9:30 // 1 year ago