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a friend of mine who knows the artist charged with various ridiculous charges stemming from his paid advertising work with cartoon network in boston asked me to pass this on…..
i feel its necessary to make a few points in this situation.
friends of mine (yes, real people who need to work to pay rent) were
hired to do a job for an advertising campaign.
they are being charged with things they did not do.
-there were no "hoax devices" as nothing was designed to fool anyone or
appear as anything other than what they are: lit up replicas of cartoon
-disorderly conduct is a misdemeanor, and does not warrant five years
in prison. though i’m not sure one could argue they conducted
themselves in a disorderly manner.
boston should not be scapegoating my friends to seem tough on terror.
these magnetic lights have been up for weeks. if they were bombs, this
town would be a pile of dust by now. not to mention, if they were
bombs, why would they have been lit up? how clueless and out of touch
are our law-makers and law-enforcers anyway? there’s been a giant
moonite billboard on washington street heading towards sullivan square
from union square for months!
boston should be focusing on how they could be protecting us better in
the future, and not drawing attention away from how embarassingly inept
they are at stopping a couple of artists from putting up battery
powered magnetic cartoon characters.
and while its true, boston was inconvenienced on a grand scale, the
companies who devised the plan are more responsible than the workers
hired to implement an assumedly harmless ad campaign.
i would like to request that everyone call mayor menino at 617-635-4500
and govenor patrick at (617) 725-4005 to request the government drop
its charges against sean and peter.
DJ ROX AT DANCE ISLAND
Image by rafeejewell
Second Life holiday parties was an incredible mix of trance, dnb, electronica, dark psy, goa, minimal, proggy, acid, experimental, industrial, noize, tribal, jazz, live music, country, blues, reggae, salsa, classical, opera, and Christmas music. I heard it all and then some.
I love music of all kinds. If it’s good, it’s worth listening to, so don’t start with the nose-up-in-the-air over your favorite genre. Believe me… good music will always find an audience. An audience of sophisticated listeners will stop to listen to any good sound… even if it isn’t part of your normal repertoire.
What is amazing is that dj’s and musicians around the world know this, and they borrow from all genres to create their own personal sounds.
Here in Second Life, we get the results from around the world. World music mixes with the trendy sounds of the day, and we get the sounds that we love so much.
I want to thank all the dj’s, musicians, club owners and event makers in SL. You guys made a holiday scene like no other. APPLAUSE & BRAVO ::::
Special thanks to you <3:
Sphynx Jazz Club
Steam Punk Airship
Ibiza the Island
Jade’s Jazz Island
Instyle Fashion Agency
… and kisses to ::
Without you guys, the party scene would be dull indeed!
<3 <3 <3
2009… here we goooooo!
Future of the Advertising Industry
Image by Yellif
This is what the advertising industry may well look like in 5 years with smaller independents biting into the network business