Santa’s Eclectic Holiday Gift Giving Guide 2018

Folks have been asking me for a couple weeks about my suggestions for cool Christmas gifts. I have dutifully held off publishing my annual list until Thanksgiving. Back in the day the ... Continue Reading →

Consumer Study Reveals Insights About Cybersecurity At Home

On the eve of Election Day, understandable paranoia circulates about security of the voting system. But what about security at the home level? Unless you’re an ostrich with your head ... Continue Reading →

What is the Future of Hollywood? How Will Tech Participate? Predictions Abound at TheGrill 2018

The annual gathering of TheGrill, produced by TheWrap, provided attendees with myriad up close and personal observations about the state of the business. As in years past, the producers ... Continue Reading →

FlipTix Solves the Issue of Departing Concertgoers; Big Launch at KAABOO

We have been watching with interest the evolution of KAABOO, which launched in Del Mar and has announced similar festivals in Texas and the Caribbean. In a couple weeks at KAABOO Del ... Continue Reading →

John Storyk Describes How Designing Electric Lady Studios For Jimi Hendrix Led To 3500 More Studios

There are not many folks who have built over 3500 recording studios around the globe. This is the story of John Storyk, the guy who did so after a fortuitous encounter with Jimi Hendrix. I ... Continue Reading →

Fanstereo Reveals How To Combine High Fidelity, Stylish Design and Musician’s Input For Great Headphones

Various headphone companies have explored relationships with musicians, bringing varying degrees of credibility to the project. The folks behind Beats headphones leveraged musician ... Continue Reading →

ZAGG: A Great Name for A Screen Protector, Just What the Doctor Ordered

It is likely that one of the most aggravating circumstances in our increasingly digital age is scratching the screen on your latest digital device. It is likely that you were one of ... Continue Reading →

Can the Brass Ring of True 1:1 Marketing Be Solved in the Concert Arena?

One of the challenges in marketing, from the first ad posted in the caves centuries ago, is attaining confidence that your message is landing in front of the right eyeballs. Betsy ... Continue Reading →