Amanda at Life’s A Pitch is taking ideas for an All-You-Can-Hear pricing scheme. It’s a rather good idea and one, if sensibly priced, could bring reasonable amount of additional revenue.
If cheap ticket prices don’t work, what about lining the front of the stage with a series of Reuben’s tubes? Miss Mussel would bet that there are not many people that can resist the allure of dancing flames, no matter what the genre.
The OM’s Viennese correspondent has directed our attention to the European Archive, a repository of film, recordings and images that are culturally important to Europe. The rather ambitious remit of this non-profit is to “universal access to all knowledge.”
At the moment, the Archive is a rather strange combination of European government websites, public education films from the UK and 842 classcial music records available for free download.
“Show me something pleasurable and I’ll show you something which is very likely associated with Pleistocene adaptation.” A new book by Denis Dutton, the man behind Arts & Letters Daily, aims to find out why humans produce art.