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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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Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Hendricks Apr 24, 2010.

 

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May 14
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Fair Review Website would Change the Art World

https://musea.wordpress.com/2016/05/12/fair-review-website-would-change-all-the-arts/Key to any career in any art form is a fair review - right now you and I can't get one, and only a handful in the world can. Fair reviews online would change all that if done in a way that is set up to help artists instead of make money off of them. See blog for more. ThanksSee More
May 12
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My 9,000 Poem

Dear Musea Readers,This week, April 27th, I wrote my 9,000th poem!That one turned out to be a somewhat long one, so I'd like to print 8,994th which is more fitting and celebratory.today'sa dayfor play.Tomorrowwill haveto wait.https://musea.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/beside-the-great-painting/https://musea.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/my-9000th-poem/See More
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Musea issue #199 - before the big 200

Dear Readers,The latest issue of Musea, #199 is now online.http://www.musea.us/spring16.htmlThis is the CATCH UP issueHere is info on my latest book release, Downtown With the Book of Renown,What the TeXas Video Showdown is all about,Preview of my sci-fi book in progress, Writings in Science, and more.Coming up next the 200th Issue of Musea!!!Best wishes,See More
Apr 23
Tom Hendricks replied to Andrew Culture's discussion New Issue Announcement thread!
Apr 23
Dale Harkness liked Tom Hendricks's blog post Media/Art Monopoly - Worse then Bagdikian could Imagine.
Mar 22
Nicole Citinerary liked Tom Hendricks's blog post Media/Art Monopoly - Worse then Bagdikian could Imagine.
Mar 21
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Media/Art Monopoly - Worse then Bagdikian could Imagine.

The Bagdikian InterviewFAIR, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, rebroadcast an interview with Ben Bagdikian, author of The Media Monopoly.Listening to the ’95 interview of Ben Bagdikian.He mentions the danger of owning both distribution and content. The media / art companies has taken that up one step.They own distribution, content, and reviews of content.They give themselves great reviews for bad music, books, tv, film, etc. ORThey give themselves reviews and deny reviews to independents…See More
Mar 19
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Ben Bagdikian has died.

Ben Bagdikian has died.That name may not mean much to you, but it does to me. And I think his legacy will mean more and more as time goes by.He was a journalist who wrote the book The Media Monopoly in 1983. That book, even in the 80's talked about a fast shrinking landscape of who owned the media and the dangers of so few owning so much.Since then, his concern for an ever shrinking number of major independent news outlets, has gotten worse not better - much much worse.I add that the arts,…See More
Mar 12
Tom Hendricks commented on Tom Hendricks's blog post 3 Men control all the Music? Yes.
"Yes Serena it is for musicians and anyone that loves music. It's a mess. And it has never been this bad before since rock and roll started."
Mar 10
Serena R Pruess commented on Tom Hendricks's blog post 3 Men control all the Music? Yes.
"Dang that's a scary thought man."
Mar 10
Tom Hendricks posted a blog post

3 Men control all the Music? Yes.

Let's look at the problem with the music industry this way.There are 3 record companies that control 80% of the business, Warners, Universal, Sony. Each has a president. That's 3 presidents controlling the music industry. 

 Do you think 3 people should determine the fate of 80% of the music business? No of course not, but they do now. The 3 have made it clear,We only support a generic pop sound. We only promote that type of music, and only for a few. (Swift, Beyonce, Bieber, Adele, Gaga,…See More
Mar 10
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Mar 9
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Sayings of Editor Art (recent)

Sayings of Editor ArtDear Musea Readers,Here is the latest batch of sayings by Editor Art:…..Every good solution continues till it does harm.I over slept, and under awoke!Creative People. Others will celebrate them in theory, and oppose everything they do in person.Stand up for those who stand out.Lift a finger and vote thumbs up.Things work both ways. If the media can talk about Hollywood making millions in the weekend box office, it can talk about how theater workers make the lowest wages…See More
Mar 7
Nyx liked Tom Hendricks's blog post Writings in Science, Possible Covers for my huge sci-fi novel
Mar 4

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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Musea Reading Fund - free money for books for Dallas Readers

Posted on May 14, 2016 at 12:41pm 0 Comments

The fund has passed $3,000 dollars for the Musea Reading Fund, open to all.


https://musea.wordpress.com/2016/05/14/musea-reading-fund-passes-3000/

Fair Review Website would Change the Art World

Posted on May 12, 2016 at 2:53pm 0 Comments

https://musea.wordpress.com/2016/05/12/fair-review-website-would-change-all-the-arts/

Key to any career in any art form is a fair review - right now you and I can't get one, and only a handful in the world can. Fair reviews online would change all that if done in a way that is set up to help artists instead of make money off of them. See blog for more. Thanks

My 9,000 Poem

Posted on May 1, 2016 at 11:23am 0 Comments

Dear Musea Readers,



This week, April 27th, I wrote my 9,000th poem!



That one turned out to be a somewhat long one, so I'd like to print 8,994th which is more fitting and celebratory.



today's

a day

for play.

Tomorrow

will have

to wait.





https://musea.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/beside-the-great-painting/…



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Musea #200 Will Be late

Posted on April 27, 2016 at 6:56pm 0 Comments

My blog has all the reasons my dog ate my homework.
https://musea.wordpress.com/2016/04/28/musea-200-will-be-late/

Musea issue #199 - before the big 200

Posted on April 23, 2016 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Dear Readers,

The latest issue of Musea, #199 is now online.

http://www.musea.us/spring16.html

This is the CATCH UP issue

Here is info on my latest book release, Downtown With the Book of Renown,

What the TeXas Video Showdown is all about,

Preview of my sci-fi book in progress, Writings in Science, and more.

Coming up next the 200th Issue of Musea!!!

Best wishes,

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