Log in

No account? Create an account

prev | next

1. I have an interview set up next week to be a "corporate operator" at symantec.

2. I discovered that the EMU is going to have a job fair that includes people that are looking for temp work, part time work, or summer work.

3. I got my package from ASCAP. I'm now my own publishing company.

4. I shared the joy of Tastykakes with people on the west coast.

5. I added another person to my friends list. That's about three in a week after a lull of none for a while.

6. I noticed that LJ changed the friends vs. community listings on my profile page.

7. i finished my new stepmania edit which is the first one i'm going to enter in the stepmania tourney at the end of june. I'm not letting anyone else play it until then, except maybe tyler.

8. i talked to kate in what seems like forever and i talked to peggy in what seems like forever. hmm... actually, i guess i talked to peggy two days ago, but the memory is still fresh in my mind.

9. i found someone else that understands that an "apostophe s" belongs on a singular possessive word even if that singular posessive word ends with an "s."

that's it, or at least all i feel like writing. it's vaguely tempting to make a number ten to conform to the Big Round Number, but those that read my five hundredth entry know that that's not my normal M.O.


( read spoken (3) — speak )
Apr. 23rd, 2004 06:01 pm (UTC)
I'm not letting anyone else play it until then, except maybe tyler.

You have to submite it to me before then :) Then it gets released for everyone to play/practice. :)
Apr. 24th, 2004 11:15 am (UTC)
Would you mind giving me the lowdown on this ASCAP business sometime? I don't understand the first thing about publishing, and seeing as how I am a musician, I probably should. Yeah. :|
Apr. 24th, 2004 12:34 pm (UTC)
i don't really know a lot about it either. :)

what i do know about it wouldn't really be helpful to you. for me, it bascially means that for all of the concert music i write, i also technically "publish" it, which gives me 100% royalty rights when i get my music performed (either in a concert or on the radio). If i wasn't my own publisher, i'd only receive 50% of the rights, therefore 50% of the money, the other 50% entitled to whoever my publisher is.

classical music falls under a different deal than popular music... not sure how different it is, but you could call yourself your own pulbisher if you produce all of your own stuff (including CDs). with the stuff you have on compilation, publsihing rights belong to whoever produced the CD.
( read spoken (3) — speak )


welcome to the lifeofmendel

you can also find me here:

meSubscribe to me on YouTube


March 2017