Month: September 2020

Don’t Play The Butter Notes

dont play the butter notes | toddregoulinsky.com

Miles Davis was a fascinating person. A titan among musicians, insightful, mysterious, cool – he had the whole package working. This morning, my mind got wound up early after watching this story from Herbie Hancock. When it comes to music, I’ve always leaned towards playing too many notes. I’m sure why, but that’s my natural …

On Keeping Score

On Keeping Score | toddregoulinsky.com

One of the detriments of digital life is that it all boils down to numbers. Whether it’s the number of friends or followers, the number of likes and shares a post gets on social media, the number of page views on a blog, the number of pages of search results before your thing pops up, …

Monday Fear & Loathing

I’ve been re-reading The Great Shark Hunt – a collection of Hunter S. Thompson’s writing that covers the 50’s to late 70’s over the weekend and it’s amazing how much of this could’ve been written today. Change out the names, tidy up a few of the references that no longer fit, and you’ve got it …