In case you missed it, The Wall Street Journal posted a free link over the weekend to my “Sightings” column about YouTube and the fine arts:
YouTube, like the other new Web-based media, is a common carrier, a means to whatever ends its millions of users choose, be they good, bad, dumb or ugly. You can use it to watch mindless junk–or some of the greatest classical and jazz musicians of the 20th century….
To read the whole thing, go here.
If you’ve followed the Journal‘s link to this site in order to check out my list of YouTube fine-arts links, go to the right-hand column and scroll down until you see Satchmo’s name.