I keep coming back to Jack Kerouac for inspiration.
He was kind of a Buddha for the Beat Generation (except that he,
uh, drank himself to death at an early age... oops). He cultivated
both spontaneity and craft. He became an icon to thousands of young
people with road fever but could have equally been a role model for
the serious pursuit of any skill (pile of notebooks, endless revisions
-- except for the, uh, methamphetamine part).
I don't know how this will work as audio. But I figure if young people
(the :Vocalo audience) can tolerate endless hip-hop raps, they can
listen to 4 mysterious minutes of Kerouac's advice on how to find