Posts Tagged ‘Art Revolution’

Media Consolidation Limits Diversity

November 3, 2016

Dear Reader,

When the media talks about the latest media consolidation (AT&T/Time Warner), they usually frame it as a ‘consumer’s will have to pay more’, issue. But it is a much bigger problem than that.

It is reducing the arts and media to very few voices, and all of them are corporate voices.

When was the last time you heard a protest song on any mainstream radio? In the same way protest of all kinds is blocked, by these few media conglomerates.

The groundbreaking book Media Monopoly saw this in the 80’s and it has all gotten much worse since.

This NPR article shows, Who Controls Digital Media.

http://tinyurl.com/h78fpf4

My 9,000 art work. Ponytail

June 18, 2016

Dear Musea Readers,

This month I finished my 9,000th art work.
It is a detail of a copy of a drawing I’d done before.
Title Ponytail.

For Earth Day

April 22, 2016

Rainbow Caves / Ghost Caves

April 19, 2016

Here is a set of works called Rainbow Caves and Ghost Caves.

Last Minute Shopping

December 19, 2015

Dear Musea Readers,

Need a last minute gift and don’t have much to spend? Consider any of my 5 streaming books. They are all priced low at $1.99 and they are at all the major sites.

Plus the new one

Amazon, Barnes and Noble, GoodReads, I-Books, etc.


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