Much more from Monday August 10 interview on music between Walt Mossberg and Moby is available here.
If you’re based in New York and want a good hard glimpse at Apple, digital music and the evolution of the music industry, then you’d best not miss a special event featuring WSJ tech journalist, Walt Mossberg and hit-maker musician and intellectual talent, Moby.
They’ll discuss the ways technology has changed how music is created and how fans acquire and discover music.
Plugging the show on WNYC public radio today the two agreed: “We’re going to have a conversation about technology and music from both the point of view of creators and consumers.”
In further extension of the music and iPhone paradigm, Tapulous today announced its Tap Tap Dance game is now available on the Apple App Store.
Tap Tap Dance goes beyond Tap Tap Revenge – the most downloaded free game through the App Store – delivering richer graphics, new lighting effects, more sophisticated game play features, and dance tracks from artists including The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, Digitalism, Moby and more.