Ransom Note at www.ransomnote.com is an online music, arts and culture magazine I discovered on Saturday, January 11th, 2020 when I was trying to find a Discogs image on Google to use for my Discogs list. The list below links to some of my favorite articles on the site, or just ones I thought you the viewer may want to check out. This list was started on Saturday, January 11th, 2020 and is maintained for the love of music. Dates at the end of each listing are timestamps for when I added the listings to this list (because I’m a sucker for timestamps). This list will be updated frequently with new article links including dj mixes I discovered are on the site. I haven’t had much time to fully explore Ranson Note so I need more time to dig into it’s content to make this a great list.
Musings > View From The Side:
- View From The Side: Is New Vinyl Marketplace Reverb The End Of Discogs? – [link] (2020-01-JAN-11-TH @ 6:47 PM CST)
- View From The Side: URL vs. IRL: Do DJs Today Need Social Media to Be Heard? – [link] (2020-01-JAN-11-TH @ 6:56 PM CST)
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