Month: October 2014

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Mr. Lowery’s Speaking Tour: Interview with @davidclowery after Columbia Law School, George Mason University and CMJ Keynote

Man o’Day!

Music Technology Policy

David Lowery just concluded a whistlestop tour of academic panels at George Mason University and the Columbia Law School, finishing with a keynote at the Continuing Legal Education program at CMJ.  We caught up to him for a recap of his brush with academia:

MTP: What were these conferences about? How did you bring your academic experience to bear on your participation?

Lowery: Ha. My academic experience is relatively limited at this point. Yes this is my fourth year teaching “business fundamentals of the music business” and “publishing and licensing” at University of Georgia, but compared to many of the folks at these panels I’m a relative newcomer. Most of the folks on these panels have been teaching law for quite some time and often have extensive industry experience in entertainment and/or technology.    I think though I’m much closer to the younger students, the young and aspiring artists than…

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Not Your Grandma’s Apple Butter

Something yummy for my favorite season by one of my favorite Bearcats.
Let’s GO!

Butter & Eggs

Confession time: I really, REALLY like putting stuff in jars. Specifically, I love making jam.

Arty jam shelf

Every year, I pack the cupboard with micro batches of local fruit jam, my way of hanging onto the best parts of summer. Peach is the house favorite, but I’m partial to plum & cherry, as well. Home canning isn’t nearly as intimidating as I’d once thought, & discovering low-sugar pectin kind of rocked my world.

But. We’re not here to talk jam. Not this day.

It’s fall in south central PA, which means apples, apples, & more apples!

Yellow Delicious

A few weeks ago, Small Bear was invited to go apple picking with a friend, & came home with half a bushel of lovely local Yellow Delicious apples. Yellow Delicious aren’t my first choice of cooking apples – I tend to prefer the more tart varieties – but when life gives you an…

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