- n. Plural form of tastemaker.
“If, as is often claimed, the internet is finally democratising music, allowing the obscure, experimental and otherwise disenfranchised to find an audience without the need for even cool record label tastemakers to filter the process, we should start to see the results right about”
“The idea, said Rucker, is that the power users who succeed at attracting followers will become "tastemakers" - which is the term that Digg founder Kevin Rose used when”
“So the idea of tastemakers and trendsetters taking their cues from the Garden State has always seemed ridiculous.”
“As one of the 184 so-called tastemakers, I was asked to name up to three artists who have not had a UK Top 20 single or album by November, and are not well known in Britain.”
“About as well as any other scenario in which Silicon Valley geeks attempt to play tastemakers, which is to say, wretchedly.”
“About as well as any other scenario in which Silicon Valley geeks attempt to play tastemakers, which is to say, ...”
“Partly due to the availability of foods, and partly due to the "tastemakers" of a time, the people who guide the rest of us through ideas of class, culture, and indeed gender.”
“Having your product come up on a blog such as BleachBlack, which is well respected in the fashion community enough for them to launch their own nailpolish line, is more invaluable to reaching young, hip "tastemakers" than almost any other type of social media - including a strong presence on social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter.”
“Forbes talks about "tastemakers" or who tells us what good art is ..”
“GET INVOLVED: you can show support for raising awareness by planning one or more activities GUARANTEED to draw celebrities and "tastemakers" alike into your "awareness enclave," (i.e., "basement.")”
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