Interesting stuff for independent music makers ...
Cool ... http://myceliaformusic.org/#
Thanks, S ... not finding the "presentation on how musicians need data science" per se ... and re "blockchain for artists" for example ...
but are these what you're referring to -
2017/07/26/imogen-hbr- blockchain-help-musicians- make-money/
While Imogen Heap's web site re London Hackweekends 2016 etc would probably go in
A) a wiki page at WUaS such as /Hacking or /Musical_Jamming, since it's free and open, and older, (thinking here in terms of wiki curation/moderation) -
B) I'm NEWLY curious too how non-profit schools could be somehow entrepreneurial (eg a drumming or a language school) on the ground from the US - or from other countries differentially - and might grow in World University & School
C) compared with say for-profit bookstores/computer stores which will list through WUaS Press / WUaS Co / WUaS Bookstore (Ama model) - in the US or in other countries
Blockchain ledger may help with all of the above, but thinking in terms of A) Wiki, B) all ~200 countries' languages for non-profit entrepreneurialism, and C) all ~200 countries' languages for for-profit entrepreneurialism
A lot of this is a web site coding question - and at a key moment for coding Universitians / matriculated students / end users ...
Interesting almost fully-formed block chain ledger platform here re "blockchain for professionals" - https://scott-macleod.
blogspot.com/2018/03/ himalayas-dockio-blockchain- for.html ...
How to add a hypothetical open Scottish Country Dancing music-making opportunity from Berkeley, with a few musicians in front of large iPads (with video cameras in group video Hangouts with sheet music) for playing / jamming to all of this ... https://twitter.com/