…and I made this to entertain you.

A little bit of housekeeping:

  • When I started this blog, I kept it loosely anonymous in an effort to keep casual readers from confusing what I write here with what my boss thinks. Since I now work for myself, that doesn’t make a lot of sense, but let me be very clear: the ideas expressed here are and always have been my own personal thoughts and opinions and not anybody else’s. Ok. Enough disclaimers: in case you didn’t already know, it was me all along.
  • I’ve recovered all the old posts from a backup. Posts should be at the same URLs so your bookmarks and links should work again, but a few images have disappeared. Please bear with me while I track them down.
  • The email subscription list did not restore from the backup. If you used to get posts by email, you’ll have to subscribe again. You can do that at the bottom of any page.
  • If I’ve done this right, existing RSS subscribers should get new posts. I might not have done this right, though, so just in case, the feed url is:




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  1. May 9, 2012

    You did set up the new feed correctly, which is why I blogged your return before commenting here.

    Welcome back! I missed you. (And I had no idea who you were beyond “somebody smart and funny.” Okay, I figured out that you probably had something to do with iTunes.)

    • niels #
      May 9, 2012


  2. musicalassumptions #
    May 9, 2012

    Welcome back! And thanks for taking off your cloak of invisibility. Congratulations on becoming your own boss! I remember when Naxos was a tiny company in Hong Kong that a friend of mine wrote program notes for. When I worked at a little radio station in Illinois, our library was almost 50% gratis recordings from Naxos and Marco Polo, thanks to the kindness of my friend. And they had great musicians who were totally unknown playing great music. Now the company is unrecognizable to me. It is nearly impossible to see because it is so large and does so much.

    I wish you great success at helping musicians find success, and I’m very happy that you are back in the blogging saddle.

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