A displaced Californian composer writes about music made for the long while & the world around that music. ~ The avant-garde is flexibility of mind. — John Cage ~ ...composition is only a very small thing, taken as a part of music as a whole, and it really shouldn't be separated from music making in general. — Douglas Leedy ~ My God, what has sound got to do with music! — Charles Ives
Monday, February 11, 2008
Just another new music blog you can't read in China
Yep. I just followed a tip from On an Overgrown Path's Pliable, and visited WebSitePulse, which indicated that this blog also is blocked in the PRC. The failure of western countries not to press for liberalization in the PRC while pursuing all economic opportunities is perhaps the single ugliest story of the past two decades. The fact that this particular page can't be read in China is trivial, but in aggregate with all the other blocked sites, it's a tragedy.
Posted by Daniel Wolf at 6:32 PM
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Looks like all blogs are blocked but my the website of the the North American Embassy of Anaphoria is not. We were about to recognize Taiwan anyways,along with Kosovo and East Timor. In Lieu of this it reminded us that we need to include Tibet.
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