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Steve Jobs made Desktop Publishing open to all which led to the zine explosion.
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Potter Oct 26, 2011.

NPR Ombudsman Looks at Book review abuses and possible payola
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Hannah / Frothy Press May 1, 2010.

NPR caught in conflict of interest and responds to my concerns in article
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This Week all 9 CD's, 150 songs, 10 year music project, on CDBaby

Friends,My 10 year long, 150 song, 9 CD, voice and guitar, outside the box - set, is finished and ready for saleThis was quite a week for me. After working for a month or two, Webmaster Matthew Creed and I got all of my 9 CD's, 150 songs, in the Online Music Store CDBaby, the largest indie music selling site,(and they in turn get it in all the other major stores, I-tunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc.)You are invited to be one of the first to view the CD pages. Start here, try out some songs, and go…See More
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The Quizzical, Hopefully not a Turkey

Musea Art QuizThe answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:Since Mickey Mouse, almost all cartoon characters have had 4 fingers (one thumb and 3 fingers) instead of 5 like us 3d characters. Seems that is easier and faster to draw which saves the animators money.OK but problems do arise. For example is cartoon land based on the number 8 system instead of a number 10? We will leave that pondering for another time. But here is your question about a specific cartoon series,…See More
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The 3D of Fashion

Dear Musea Readers,This week's email club message is on fashion analysis.See the whole story at my blog athttp://musea.wordpress.com/2014/11/08/the-3d-of-fashion/Tom Hendricks(editor of the 22 year old zine Musea)See More
Nov 8
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The Musea Contest is back

Musea Art QuizThe answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:Name a BIG hit from the golden age of the 60’s, and most likely this WOMAN was playing bass on it. Name her.When negotiating his contract for the head of the art department with one of the major film studios, he added a clause that he would be listed as the “art director” on every film released while he was there. That turned into credits on over 1500 films over 32 years – more credits than any single person in…See More
Oct 9
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Musea, my zine is Looking for help - mini publicists / web designer

WANTED - mini - PUBLICISTS for TomYou can make $1 per e-mail, by being a mini publicist for Musea and supporting the ideas of the art and media revolution. OR hourly pay if you prefer. Fire up the computer for an hour or so a week. Great for Teens who need a first job, great for Seniors, great for anyone!Needed - mini publicists to help me promote the following: First this 9 CD box set, a possible world's first in music, but also the art and media revolution, my zine Musea, and writings, my…See More
Oct 2
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Banned Book Week? Thousands of Zines Should Be At The Tope of the List

Banned Book Week ? Thousands of Zines Should Be at the Top of the ListThis week is Banned Book Week:Wikipedia says: Banned Books Week is an annual awareness campaign that celebrates the freedom to read, draws attention to banned and challenged books, and highlights persecuted individuals ...Banned Books Week was founded in 1982 by prominent First Amendment and library activist Judith Krug. It is sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA), the American Booksellers Association, American…See More
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Tins!

Dear Readers,Somewhere along the line, I began to collect tins- decorative tins, English tins, collectible tins, all kinds of tins. Living in an efficiency apartment, a small efficiency, they began to take up room, then more room, then THE room.Lately I've been able to go through them, save favorites and put aside those I could part with. Turned out there were about 2-3 hundred in all sizes that I could part with - without taking away any favorites.I placed them on the floor, and invited…See More
Jul 30
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Quatros from July 2014

Quatros (7/14)QUATROSDoor litfrom withinwhen you leave the Earththe stars stop twinklingstar mapsvoyage pathswhite out starsblack ink spaceWhat is a QUATRO. It’s a new type of very very short poetry that usually compares two things, in a haiku – way, packing a lot of meaning in a very small amount of words. There is usually a very real comparison, and behind it a 2nd deeper meaningSee More
Jul 26
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Zinester's Response to Booker Prize List

Response to Booker Prize Listhttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/23/booker-prize-2014_n_5613062.html?ir=BooksThis is not a book prize, this is a prize for novels - a type of literature that a lot of writers are not interested in. The mainstream has decided to wipe history clean of its real recent literary golden age of zines. Not only were they the best writing, but they combined that with…See More
Jul 24
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Renounce Boredom (poem)

Renounce Boredom (poem}------------------Renounce boredomget back to basicsdrop corporate artsand over productionand join me in theart revolution!See More
Jul 20
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10 Year Recording Project of 9+CD's worth - FINISHED 7/16/14 at 3:57

Dear Musea Readers,Yesterday, July 16, 2014, I finished recording my 10 year and 9 CD voice and guitar project started in the summer of 2004.My audio engineer Nolan Brett ran the machine after holding up 3 fingers, and I finished the third and last back up vocal harmony part to my original song titled "ROLL" with the line"OH DARLIN"...ROLL" with my hands waving in the air!Time 3:57 PM 7/16/14.*I _ WAS _ DONE !!!---------------------------------------------------------Today, for the first time,…See More
Jul 17
Cheering and Waving Press left a comment for Tom Hendricks
"I understand more of where you are coming from now. What did you mean by "I think the solution for ending the art monopolies is the government forcing them to choose one or the other." What 'one or the other' are you referring…"
Jul 13
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"i just used that same info-graphic in my newest zine, good information to know. i am just confused by your answer because those companies don't really "make art" so do you mean any artist connected to those companies or art put out by…"
Jul 11

Hi everyone. Some basic info about Musea and the art revolution.

I am a MUSICIAN, PAINTER, WRITER, and the editor of the 16 year old monthly Dallas zine, Musea. As editor of MUSEA I'm known as Art S Revolutionary - musea.us. As a musician I go by the name of Hunkasaurus and His Pet Dog Guitar. See hunkasaurus.com or the wikipedia page on Tom Hendricks for more info.

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This Week all 9 CD's, 150 songs, 10 year music project, on CDBaby

Posted on November 23, 2014 at 1:06pm 0 Comments

Friends,

My 10 year long, 150 song, 9 CD, voice and guitar, outside the box - set, is finished and ready for sale



This was quite a week for me. After working for a month or two, Webmaster Matthew Creed and I got all of my 9 CD's, 150 songs, in the Online Music Store CDBaby, the largest indie music selling site,

(and they in turn get it in all the other major stores, I-tunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc.)



You are invited to be one of the first to view the CD pages. Start… Continue

The Quizzical, Hopefully not a Turkey

Posted on November 21, 2014 at 7:16pm 0 Comments

Musea Art Quiz

The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:

Since Mickey Mouse, almost all cartoon characters have had 4 fingers (one thumb and 3 fingers) instead of 5 like us 3d characters. Seems that is easier and faster to draw which saves the animators money.

OK but problems do arise. For example is cartoon land based on the number 8 system instead of a number 10? We will leave that pondering for another time. But here is your question about a… Continue

The 3D of Fashion

Posted on November 8, 2014 at 9:48am 0 Comments

Dear Musea Readers,
This week's email club message is on fashion analysis.
See the whole story at my blog at

http://musea.wordpress.com/2014/11/08/the-3d-of-fashion/

Tom Hendricks
(editor of the 22 year old zine Musea)

The Musea Contest is back

Posted on October 9, 2014 at 11:46am 0 Comments

Musea Art Quiz

The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:Name a BIG hit from the golden age of the 60’s, and most likely this WOMAN was playing bass on it. Name her.



When negotiating his contract for the head of the art department with one of the major film studios, he added a clause that he would be listed as the “art director” on every film released while he was there. That turned into credits on over 1500 films over 32 years – more credits than any… Continue

Musea, my zine is Looking for help - mini publicists / web designer

Posted on October 2, 2014 at 10:17am 0 Comments

WANTED - mini - PUBLICISTS for Tom



You can make $1 per e-mail, by being a mini publicist for Musea and supporting the ideas of the art and media revolution. OR hourly pay if you prefer. Fire up the computer for an hour or so a week. Great for Teens who need a first job, great for Seniors, great for anyone!



Needed - mini publicists to help me promote the following: First this 9 CD box set, a possible world's first in music, but also the art and media revolution, my zine… Continue

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At 2:31pm on July 13, 2014, Cheering and Waving Press said…

I understand more of where you are coming from now. What did you mean by "I think the solution for ending the art monopolies is the government forcing them to choose one or the other." What 'one or the other' are you referring to? I would love to get a copy of MUSEA from you, are you open to trading ? (:

At 5:25pm on July 11, 2014, Cheering and Waving Press said…

i just used that same info-graphic in my newest zine, good information to know. i am just confused by your answer because those companies don't really "make art" so do you mean any artist connected to those companies or art put out by these companies? just curious as to what angle you are coming from.

At 12:55pm on July 9, 2014, Cheering and Waving Press said…

what do you consider "corporate art" ?

 
 
 

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