Image: Sharing music. Roman style by Ed Yourdon, generously made available under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY NC-SA 2.0) licence. Source: Flickr. This post is the sixth in a series called Sharing FM. When planning this series of posts, I envisaged it culminating in a showcase of good practice regarding use of Creative Commons … Continue reading Good practice in FM content creation: how Creative Commons contributes
Image: Sharing music. Roman style by Ed Yourdon, generously made available under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY NC-SA 2.0) licence. Source: Flickr. This post is the fifth in a series called Sharing FM. So far this series of posts has focused on questions of creativity – specifically regarding the sharing of each other’s … Continue reading Supporting creativity in FM content: how to use Creative Commons
Du Malone writes: I’m reblogging this post by Rock End’s FM because I found it fascinating to read. It strikes me as both a reflective and expressive piece, touching on many themes of importance.
Hello guys. Today I meant to release Chapter 6 of the Livorno Series, but after what’s been the most read post on this blog’s history and due to some thinking I’ve doing on what that means, I wanted to share a few thoughts on my motivation for starting this blog and FM content creation as a whole.
I really enjoyed writing the Lessons series, and it being a big success (in terms relative to this blog, of course) truly warmed my heart. As writer and journalist it made me happy that going a bit outside the tried and trusted formulas was received so well. I’m not saying anything new, of course; every day some motivational speaker is telling some hopeful creator to think ourside the box, to come up with something new. But as any writer, singer, painter, designer, etc. will tell you, it’s not that easy not is it…
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Du Malone writes: The advent of FM20 saw a burgeoning of blogging. I sensed -- these things are difficult to measure -- that early spring saw a diminution of posts. But now lockdown seems to have brought a second growth (which @fm_library have, in their admirable way, been promoting). FM chronicles The staple FM blog … Continue reading Moving your FM blog up a level