Time marches on…

…and my WordPress theme has shuffled off this mortal coil. While I get the new one built out, this site is available in a kind of skeleton form. If you want to get in touch drop me a line at robert . salsbury @ gmail.com. Just remove the spaces. Thanks for dropping by!

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IFC has compiled a list of “films centering on Black experiences that have been made available to stream for free…”. So many amazing films in this list!

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Here’s an interview I cut w/ @hari & artist @jrart covering some of the work JR’s done recently. He connected from his studio in Paris and spoke about that TIME cover and his work on sites – and virtual – in the US.

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Last week I edited this interview between @walterisaacson and @sarahelizalewis which gives an interesting perspective on the current lack of visual documentary…in the context of the history of photography during other times of crisis.

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Attention home-bound musicians (ie all of us right now): @Ableton has made downloads of “Making Music: 74 Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers” free. I love this book. Don’t snooze. Download links here.

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We’ve got more good ones coming, and this is a great time to dig through our archive. One of my favorites is this interview with Ahmed Albasheer, who has a show sort of like the Daily Show, in Iraq. Watch here:

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Walter Isaacson chatted with Anthony Monaco, president of Tufts University, about the challenges and opportunities for educational institutions. Watch here:

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Hari Sreenivasan interviewed Nicholas Christakis, a sociologist and physician, who discussed historical precedents, and how ideas spread and what that means for us now. Watch it here:

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For the first interview, Walter Isaacson spoke with Dr. David Ho about the current situation, testing, etc. Dr. Ho did critical research on HIV in the 1990s.

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