And what would the internet be without the sharing of links? Here’s a collection of things that I read/watch/consume on a fairly regular basis. I hope you find something here that interests you.
Greg Sandow and the Future of Classical Music – Awesome and somewhat pessimistic blog about music reception, audiences, and the future of classical music in the US.
Alex Ross: The Rest is Noise – Columnist from the New York Times writes on contemporary classical music
Naïve Classics – Record Label from France
Dial “M” for Musicology – Musings from two musicologists about the emerging field of musicology.
This Blog Will Change The World – Organist from New York discusses music and sometimes theology.
New Liturgical Movement – Videos, words, and pictures on architecture, visual art, music, and words in worship
The Chant Café – Excellent articles about the beautiful idiosyncrasies of chant in the Catholic Church
MusicaSacra – Blog of the Church Music Association of America
Bad Things in New Hymn Books – Criticism of the “modernization” of the language of hymns
The Gospel Coalition – Thoughts on the bible and theology for the 21st century
Gizmodo – By gadget geeks for gadget geeks
Lifehacker – Productivity and “life-hacks”
Boy Genius Report – Latest rumors on gadgets
Crackberry – Self explanatory
Uncatagorizable (ok that’s not a word):
And here are my friends who also do things on the internet. Let me know if you’re my friend and want to be added to this list.
Bridget Callahan – Violist in Chicago, Illinois
Jason Carini – Attorney in Santa Barbara, California
Calisa Hildebrand – Flutist in San Francisco, California
Anthony Kim – Pianist and Conductor in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Christine Kurihara – Mom in Palo Alto, California
Will Magid – Trumpet in San Francisco, California
Helena von Rueden – Choral Conductor in Santa Barbara, California
Katherine Saxon – Composer in Santa Barbara, California
Luke Taylor – Composer in Santa Barbara, California