Music Production and Publishing

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Google publishes video to show how it feels to wear Google Glasses

See more about this on the BBC web site.

Tricked - The Story of Two Fatt Guitars

This is the story about how some creative folk saw an idea floating about in the 1990’s and grabbed it for the benefit of all.
One of the most ingenious examples of a company capitalising on a meme is the story of how the 1990’s dance music classic “Two Fatt Guitars” came to be. I remember the story because I [...]

A brief glance at the meme industry

To the average user of Facebook or Twitter, memes are those jokey images or videos that get shared across social media like wildfire. But, memes are more than that.
First, a little bit of ideology
To loosely quote Wikipedia:
The word meme was coined by the British evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in The Selfish Gene (1976) as a concept for explaining the [...]

Lovebytes festival of art, science and technology. Sheffield 22nd - 24th March 2012

Festival : Lovebytes Digital Spring. Festival of Art, Science and Technology
Date: Thursday 22nd-Saturday 24th March 2012
Venue: Across the city of Sheffield
Event Website: www.lovebytes.org.uk
This inspiring programme of events includes interactive art, music, performances, films, talks, workshops and educational projects for all ages. The events are open to everyone and many are free of charge.
I have visited [...]

The story of Bill Roedy, the man behind MTV.

What makes business rock?

Bill Roedy, the man behind MTV, gives a preview of his new business memoirs documenting how he built a single channel into the largest media network in the world.
Its global audience is the envy of the world’s media corporations, with a network which included 200 channels and 200 digital properties in 175 [...]

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