Saturday, June 14, 2008

and so it begins

I was in Brighton chatting with former coworkers and realized that I've now been working at EMI for three weeks. Three weeks of drinking from the fire-hose, talking to lots of talented folks, and coming up to speed as quickly as possible. Tomorrow I head home from England, tired, my first moleskin full of scrawled notes from meetings and discussions with my new coworkers.

Apologies to everyone in London who I missed on this trip. I didn't get out of the office much, although the few times I did led to discussions with smart people . Cory provided insights into variable pricing, tipping, and entitlement. Jan was a great devil's advocate about music discovery while John was -- as always -- generous with his experiences running Magnatune. Plus, dinner was delicious! I'm behind on email, but in catching up Salman Ahmad pointed out that I can't count, since I bought Junoon's Infiniti when he played at Stanford last year. Sorry!

This week in San Francisco, next in Los Angeles. Hope United gets me home on time.

3 comments:

David Stone said...

Hi Cory,

Was great meeting you in Brighton. Shame you didn't have more time.

MEKEIA said...

hey really nice

Fleep Tuque said...

This video made me think of you, Wyclef Jean talking about how technology is changing the music industry from an artist's perspective.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/video/2008/06/18/VI2008061801427.html