In Case You Missed It
A few interesting stories we came across this week …
- Our CEO Jim McCarthy explains why a packed venue isn’t always a sign of success, just like a half-full one isn’t a sign of failure.
- Inc. reporter Ilan Mochari offers a few clues to help figure out when a good idea’s gone bad, including finding a “devil’s advocate” you can trust.
- A little good news: The San Diego Opera may be saved after all. Pam Kragen at UT San Diego reports the board is working on ways to bring back the company.
- Is this decade the worst for new music? A poll from 60 Minutes and Vanity Fair shows many people think it is. Another odd find: More parents want their children to study The Beatles than Mozart. OK …
- Jonathan Jones at The Guardian is taking a bold stance and calling for a cultural boycott for Russia to hit Putin where it hurts. Do you agree?