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catalyst: spring dance

on Wed, 05/11/2016 - 15:12

Recorded live at Dogglounge on Sunday, 8 May 2016. Here in Boston, spring has not been easy to enjoy because of much rain. But today, the sun was out, and I felt like dancing with joy. So this set is a bit more House than Deep House, because it is made for dancing!

Tracklist posted at the Dogglounge Podcast page.

catalyst: X

on Mon, 03/28/2016 - 14:12

Recorded live at Dogglounge on 2016 March 27 (Easter). This was my 10th set on DL since I started my residency (though Odogg had let me play a handful before I got the residency, presumably as a tryout). It's a bit longer than usual; I had some friends sitting on an island watching a sunset, listening, and they jokingly asked me to go longer so they could enjoy the moment, and get them ready for a night out. Seriously, happy to oblige, Scott & Jana! :-)

Tracklist on the podcast page at Dogglounge.

catalyst: drift

on Wed, 03/23/2016 - 01:11

Recorded live at Dogglounge on 2016 March 20. Spring drifted in the door for us here in the Northeast USA. Hooray!

Tracklist at the podcast page on Dogglounge.

catalyst: heat

on Sat, 03/12/2016 - 05:36

Recording of live set played 6 March 2016 at Dogglounge Internet Radio during a live, afternoon rooftop party in Miami Beach. A bit more latin, anda bit more party than the usual for me, because .... Miami!

Tracklist available on the podcast page at Dogglounge.

PS - the podcast image is a photo my wife took in the Wynwood area of Miami, where most buildings have been used as canvas for visual artists. This photo was taken through a passageway containing an installation of air fans on the left (all painted green).

Should the interest on convertible notes be paid in cash in some cases?

on Tue, 03/08/2016 - 23:09

When startups raise capital from outside investors, one financial structure commonly used is called a convertible (promissory) note. There are several motivations for startups & investors to use this arrangement.

One thing is coming back to bite me, though, and makes me wonder if the terms of it ought to change in common use: conversion of the interest into stock at conversion.

Typically, a note accures interest over the time that it remains a debt.

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