[Grief] Live #1 - Air Gallery 7/6/76
david_bourgoin at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Apr 14 19:11:35 PDT 2006
There was a piece in the Guardian where a journalist
did the whole box in 24 hours. It's not the most
exciting piece in the world but you can read it here
--- Kev <orobouros at dangermedia.org> wrote:
> I like this idea... might also open up the
> discussion a bit to non-list
> I have this maniacal goal of doing the whole 24 hour
> box in 24 hours
> sometime. Not this week, however. :)
> I expect to be a gibbering lunatic by the end of it.
> C. A. Polk wrote:
> > I'm not normally the blogging sort - but I do have
> some experience on
> > livejournal, which I find to be the most user
> friendly. (You can also
> > make comments there without having to sign up
> > If everybody else would also like to go this
> route, let me know, and
> > I'd be happy to make an account on there for this.
> Let's see a few
> > hands first, though.
> > And one, or maybe two, a week would be OK with me
> too. I guess 5 was
> > going a bit overboard, maybe... : >
> >> From: Alex Morrice <alex at walkeastlothian.co.uk>
> >> This is all sounding a bit bloggish to me... It's
> a great idea, but
> >> instead of doing it by email, why not post your
> reviews on blogger
> >> (or somewhere similar) and the rest of us can
> chime in with comments.
> >> That way, we've got a useful set of listening
> notes that we can all
> >> bookmark and refer to in future.
> >> The 24 hours/TG+ box sets are a fabulous resource
> but they're just so
> >> huge that it's hard to get a handle on them.
> >> BTW: One a week would be a better schedule for
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