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Neko had just started making music, and I thought I’d found this buried treasure, this diamond in the rough. I thought, “My friend Neko’s an amazing singer, I’ve got to have her sing in my band.” And it just went from there. I remember playing it for Neko a long time ago, and being a little embarrassed. I think it’s that embarrassed feeling anybody feels when they put themselves out there. Like, I said, “Hey Neko, here’s a song I wrote. It’s probably really shitty, but I want you to sing it.” And I remember that nervous feeling, like Neko was gonna say “I hate your song. And I don’t wanna play in a band with you.”
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The future of print remains what? Try to imagine a world where the future of print is unclear: Maybe 25 year olds will start demanding news from yesterday, delivered in an unshareable format once a day. Perhaps advertisers will decide “Click to buy” is for wimps. Mobile phones: could be a fad. After all, anything could happen with print. Hard to tell, really.