The CD Is Dead. Long Live Streaming!

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In the world of technology, evolution is unstoppable. One discovery leads to another, one new approach to things or a new concept leads to the discovery of others, and all this pushes innovation forward. This is painfully obvious in the case of music (and the technology used to make, record, and distribute it).

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Live like a Work of Art: How to Dress like an Artist

You don't hear this figure thrown around too much when people boast about today's strong economy but millions of professionals make full-time livings as fine-artists. Most of the people that find monetary success in the world of art rise above their unemployed colleagues because they live and breathe their passion.

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Why every editor should read “On Writing Well: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction” by William Zinsser

The book “On Writing Well: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction” by William Zinsser was first published in 1976. It offers useful advice to experts who work with nonfiction texts on a daily basis: writers, editors, proofreaders. Even though the primary purpose of the book is to teach a person write informative and impressive nonfiction texts, reading this book will be useful to editors as well. Here’s why.

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