Monthly Archives: December 2014

Thirty Years After — Part 17: Is Your Timing Right?

Not for a moment should you believe that any part of Scout66.com’s existence is a mistake or a failure. My posts about everything related to my career in music are totally honest. If I were to say that everything was … Continue reading

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Thirty Years After — Part 16: They Call It Oz For a Reason

Yessiree, Bob. Everywhere I looked the Internet was the place where all the cool kids hung out. Figuratively and literally hanging out in thin air. Talking to people who weren’t really there.  Reading people’s thoughts that weren’t in the room. … Continue reading

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Thirty Years After — Part 15: Veni, Vidi, Vici Vel Non

The last part of the first decade of the 21st century was interesting.  Things were changing by the minute in music and media. Old school media began to crumble in the wake of technology exploding our reality. Social media was … Continue reading

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