Starting in the autumn of 2012, I started a series of articles on doing music – and, really, anything creative – in the post-scarcity environment which digital reproduction has created. It got launched by my reaction to an NPR commentary by an intern who noted she’d bought almost no music in her entire life, and went on to explore how one might build a new-model career in an environment where there is no actual constraint on supply.

These were popular enough that other people made link collections to them, so I made my own. I add to it as I write new instalments. Enjoy:

And while these are not directly a part of that series, they are strongly related: