To encompass our diverse range of services, we have rebranded and changed our Company name from Carlini Group to Carlini Media. Although the name change is slight and subtle (from “Group” to “Media), it represents a narrower focus and direction that we will be taking as we expand our offerings. Let us know what you think; your feedback means a lot to us.
Famed philosopher, educator and author Colin McGinn wanted a website that delivered the same kind of impact as his storied body of work. He chose Bolder Design, a web design and marketing team whose forward thinking approach to new media has garnered acclaim the world over. At http://www.colinmcginn.net, visitors can read excerpts from McGinn’s articles and books, watch regularly-updated video content, and stay up to date with his frequent blog postings. McGinn writes, “Through… Read more »
Charles Carlini recently negotiated a three-book deal with MIT Press for leading philosopher Colin McGinn. McGinn, a British philosopher, who has held teaching posts and professorships at University College London, the University of Oxford, and Rutgers University, is currently Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Miami. The author of over two dozen books, including The Making of a Philosopher, he has written for the London Review of Books, The New Republic, the… Read more »
It was over 50 years ago that American maverick inventor Robert Moog began developing instruments that altered the course of modern music for all time and have since become an integral part of our musical culture. To honor Moog and commemorate his groundbreaking achievements, Moogfest, the annual festival celebrating the life and work was launched in 2004. Mike Lewis of The Tuned Inn recently spoke to Charles Carlini about the founding of Moogfest. Read more »
Jack Sullivan, literary scholar and professor of English at Rider University, joins us on Simply Charly’s Culture Insight program to share his insight into Alfred Hitchcock and the role which music played in his films.
Moog’s namesake analog synthesizer helped catapult the careers of such a diverse list of artists as rockers Edgar Winter, Todd Rundgren, Gary Numan, and Devo, funksters Parliament-Funkadelic and Zapp, disco producer Giorgio Moroder with disco diva Donna Summer, fusioneers Chick Corea with Return To Forever, Herbie Hancock with The Headhunters, Jan Hammer with the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Klaus Doldinger with Passport and Joe Zawinul with Weather Report, New Age icon Tomita and classical performer Wendy Carlos…. Read more »