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Friday, May 30, 2008

Music Going Green

The world is getting to be a dirty place. Too much garbage and pollution. As we make our art, it would do us all well to consider the footprint our actions have on the earth and future generations. Here are some cool links I found...

Music Matters is an organization dedicated to "helping you do good" , i.e... finding environmentally responsible solutions to music matters - so music can matter. http://www.musicmatters.net/

Here is a stunning idea for a radio station, as reported in a cool blog I just discovered. Check out its mission statement goals; then let your favorite radio station know if you'd like to hear them make similar shifts: http://sumigirl.wordpress.com/2007/04/24/new-rock-radio-station-in-dc/#comment-3288 . Power to the people!

Question for you: Has anyone had experience with a good company who sells cardboard cd jackets to replace the hard plastic ones? I see plenty on the internet, including some blank and some companies that print graphics on them, but want to hear from someone's personal experience.

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  • At May 31, 2008 at 8:16 PM , Anonymous Leigh Ann said...

    Funny. For the magazine I edit, I recently received a press kit from the National Watermelon Promotion Board. Its cover says, "Watermelon is a Little More Green These Days." It's noticeably more compact and includes a CD-Rom encased in cardboard instead of plastic.

    The case is really nice-looking and stury, and the colors come across great. I have no idea what company they used, but their media page is at http://www.watermelon.org/media.asp, if you want to get in touch and ask.

     

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