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David Holmes

  1. Why Circa was doomed from the start

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: One of the most promising young companies of the new journalism revolution just ran out of money and closed its doors -- likely forever.

    By David Holmes , written on

    From the Inside Baseball desk

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    From the Music desk

  3. Lessons from Yo La Tengo: How to survive 30 years in the music industry

    It's not so much that Yo La Tengo has ascended, as the rest of the industry has slowed down to meet them.

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    From the Music desk

  4. Facebook won't allow us to promote our story on Google's war against the homeless

    Got a problem with Facebook? Take it up with the robot. Got a problem with the robot? Take it up with Facebook.

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    From the Press Fucking Freedom desk

  5. Taylor Swift's Apple reversal sounds like a win for artists, but it's not

    The fight feels like a less win for musicians and more like a win for... Apple Music and Taylor Swift.

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    From the Music desk

  6. Seven things we learned about the music industry in 2015 at Pandoland/Bonnaroo

    I just spent ten days in Tennessee, plied with whiskey, sun, smoke, and food as fried as I feel right now. I did it for you.

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    From the Music desk

  7. "Silicon Valley"'s Season 2 finale finally balances the best and the worst of the modern tech industry

    Having spent the last week reporting from Bonnaroo and helping to put on the tech conference-cum-whiskey party Pandoland in Nashville, you'll have to forgive me for filing my review of Silicon Valley's Season 2 finale five whole days after it aired. Not that the broader sphere of cultural criticism was in some dire need of another blogger's recap of a television show. But the season's tenth and final episode, "Two Days of the Condor," holds special significance for Pando, as the fate of the show's protagonist became tied up with a subplot that echoes one of this site's most-read and most-important stories.

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    From the News desk

  8. "Let the girls sing." Annie Bosko and Nashville's Song Suffragettes fight to bring gender equality to country music

    “Trust me, I play great female records and we’ve got some right now; they’re just not the lettuce in our salad. The lettuce is Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and artists like that. The tomatoes of our salad are the females.” - Radio consultant/raging sexist Keith Hill.

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    From the News desk

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