I have been reading Robert Fripp's online diary for a few years now. It is a fascinating source of information about touring, making music, running a music business. Oh, and the obsessions that Fripp has developed over the years - not being photographed, having been ripped off a few years ago by his management. He also talks about the Guitar Craft Workshops which he initiated and which happen around the world.
Fripp's rants are well worth a read. But it is also worth reading his considered thoughts on the process of living and creating. The site also generated frippisms which are good fun to read. For example:
"The question is its answer" and "Just below the surface of our everyday world lie riches"
These frippisms are randomly generated at the bottom of each page.
In recent months the number of photos he posts each day has grown, so that the site is also becoming a visual record of his day to day life.
It's also worth giving a quick mention to Sid Smith who is the webmaster of DGM Live - which hosts the diary, as well being a download site for the work of Robert Fripp, King Crimson and associated projects.
[from the 'Things I found' archive]
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