In our research meeting today, we watched and discussed this video, recorded three years ago, in which Steve Lawson (@solobasssteve on Twitter) talks about Twitter for music and musicians. This was one of the catalysts for our new approach to the internet as a conversational space – so I thought this would be a good place to post it.
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On Twitter @rhythmchanges
- RT @george_mckay: CFP for our 5th @rhythmchanges international jazz studies 2017 conference is now online. Theme: #resoundingjazzâ€¦ https://t.co/FtDA4CHgPq,
- RT @CTackley: CFP: @rhythmchanges Re/Sounding Jazz, Amsterdam, 31 Aug-3 Sept https://t.co/Dv9zqHUhht Deadline 1 March 2017 @royalmusical @AMS_musicology,
- RT @TonyWhyton: @eurojazz50 @rhythmchanges @EdinburghJazz #eurojazz16 https://t.co/oY0phs5eqF,
- RT @festival_impact: Our own @georgemckay_ chairing a panel on networks and scenes in European jazz @eurojazz50 https://t.co/XvK0UBa6vT,
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