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Digital Music Revenues Grow 8% in 2011

January 24, 2012
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The digital music industry grew 8% last year showing the first growth since the inception of the measurement of the digital market in 2004. Edger Berger, President and CEO International at Sony Music Entertainment, says that even Germany, the third largest market in the world, is stable for the first time in 15 years. Subscription rates are up 67 percent from 8 million users globally to 13.7 million people actually subscribing and paying for their music. Frances Moore, IFPI CEO, has started using the word momentum when talking about the…

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Reuters – ‘YouTube Streams 4 Billion per day!’

January 23, 2012
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Clients Using YouTube on PC, SmartPhones, Tablets and soon Televisions, make it the most popular viral streaming video service in the world at 4 Billion daily. The ability to use YouTube on the PC, SmartPhones and Tablets makes it the most popular viral streaming video service in the world. Youtube plans to move it's service to television and make it available to the mainstream public. YouTube is also seeking to add high quality videos the already massive amounts of shared videos on it's servers. Anaylists are skeptical and Conway Gittens…

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Tweepi – A Twitter Tool

January 12, 2012
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Bob Cristello gives us 12 minutes of Video about Tweepi, the best free third party tool to address the needs of managing your twitter friends and followers. The ability to manage followers and friends has long been a difficult task for the twitter user. For a long time, tools performed the tasks of auto-following, auto-unfollowing and auto-seeking of new followers. Entire enterprises grew on the premise that taking advantage of twitter's lax stance on the number of people you could follow.

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Tweet Tactics 2012: What is Follow Friday?

January 7, 2012
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Follow Friday, long the tool the Twitter user, is now a critical weapon in an arsenal to expand your social media presence in Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+. In this chapter of my Tweet Tactics 2012 Video Series, I take a substantial look at one of the two peak traffic days in twitter, Follow Friday. Follow Friday has a long standing in Twitter that is a testament to the true power of social media, the ability for the users to craft the environment. The hashtags #FF or #FollowFriday are both considered…

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Klout gets a facelift

January 6, 2012
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Beyond the perks and the new slick interface, klout takes a bold and inspired step to fulfilling it's potential as the first online Social Media Credit Score rating company. Joe Fernandez, CEO of klout, took the model of his own Credit Score and how it impacted his ability to function in today's society and built the first online Social Media Credit Score rating company. Fernandez has talked about the impact of klout on today's job marketplace. If two candidates were sitting in front of him for a job and both…

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Attack of the Killer T-Cells

December 26, 2011
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Diabetes Research Center at La Jolla Institute, developed a technique to take video of T-Cells attacking insulin creating Beta Cells in the pancreas of a mouse. Reuters Ben Gruber reports that Dr. Matthias Von Herrath of the Diabetes Research Center at La Jolla institute, developed a technique to actually take video of T-Cells attacking insulin creating Beta Cells in the pancreas of a mouse. The method, using advanced microscopy techniques and live video, allows scientist's to observe the cellular processes that cause diabetes in real time.

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Killer Virus Created With US Funding

December 26, 2011
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The most dangerous flu virus in the world has been created with U.S. Government funding and that officials are asking for the details to be kept from the world. Dr Ron Fouchier of the Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, Netherlands, developed a strain of avian influenza H5N1 genetically modified to be extremely contagious. Avian influenza emerged in Asia about 10 years ago. Since then there were fewer than 600 infection cases reported in humans. Fouchier’s genetically modified strain is extremely contagious and dangerous, with the pandemic potential of killing about 60%…

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Who is listening?

December 1, 2011
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I have always taught my students that music begins and ends in silence. There is that moment, when everything is dark, and everyone in the room is waiting to see what will happen next. The lights then flood on and everything begins. Everyone knows there are many people involved in what is going on, both onstage and off. There is a start, there is a body and then an end. After the applause and the lights, you review your performance again. It is your system, your engine and sometimes you…

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How I made 500 Friends on twitter yesterday

December 1, 2011
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Topics covered in this free fifteen minute video include List Management, Twitter Follow and UnFollow limits, Twitter rules and best practices for automation. This article focuses on garnering friends in the twitter environment, but I believe the concepts apply across the board in social media arenas everywhere. I discuss the tools I use, the limits that we all have to obey and where to find people who want to be friends with you. Twitter is the perfect micro-blogging system and you can use it with a computer or a cell…

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Emoticons: The Downfall Of Civilization

December 1, 2011
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Emoticons are here to stay and have appeared everywhere from chat rooms to board rooms and yes even the New York Times. Terms from NewSpeak crowded my youthful nightmares. Is Social Media the Orwellian future of 1984? New York Times suggests an emoticon here because I like you. I am reminded of late hours in a quiet preparatory for life school in Bath, ME, and wild imaginings of a future where terms like doubleplusgood and NewSpeak crowded into my inner nightmares. Is social media the Orwellian future that 1984 warned…

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