Spotify, the largest and fastest growing music service of its kind, is available from today in the US. We’re massively excited to be here. Spotify is a new way to manage your music, discover new tracks and share songs and playlists with your friends. Now you can enjoy music whenever and wherever you like. More […]
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Miami International Film Festival, Produced and Presented by Miami Dade College, Announces Call for Entries for 2012 Edition
Miami International Film Festival, Produced and Presented by Miami Dade College, Announces Call for Entries for 2012 Edition The premier showcase for Ibero-American cinema in the U.S. will award more than $55,000 USD in cash and symbolic prizes in major categories Miami, Florida – July 15, 2011 – Organizers of the Miami International Film Festival […]
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Re-syndicated from MENGonline.com It’s All Lies, & That’s the Truth, by Bernie Brillstein, is my favorite business book. It gives remarkable advice about successfully dealing with people. How can you not love a book that presents fifty rules from fifty years of making a living in Hollywood that are concurrently insightful, universal, outrageous, and usually […]
The recent vote on the principles of Net Neutrality (Chairman Genachowski voted for the Order; Commissioner Copps concurred and Commissioner Clyburn approved in part and concurred in part. Commissioners McDowell and Baker dissented.) at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has drawn criticism from both sides. Republicans in Congress are uniformly against it and Democrats are mixed. Consumer advocates say it does not go far enough to protect consumers and the big carriers and tech giants (Verizon, AT&T, Google, Microsoft, etc.) offered lukewarm to tepid praise.