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My Music Highlights - 04/06/17

The Writer’s Music Highlight

As an avid gamer I come across a fair amount of original soundtrack music in my travels across the many fictional worlds of the gaming industry. 479 more words

When Editors Strike . . .

“Look at her, a prisoner of the gutter, condemned by every syllable she ever uttered. By law she should be taken out and hung, for the cold-blooded murder of the English tongue. 

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On Editing

Sad Learning Environments: Habitus and Power

The Sad Learner (SL)

At this juncture, I am going to discuss the specific subjective identity of the “learner”, rather than discussing “learning processes”. In my experience, Sad Learners (SL) are readily identifiable in the school system: these are the “demoralised” students, who have more or less lost most of their powers of action in the formal education system. 755 more words

Bourdieu

Nevermind Watchdown: S27E04, or GOAT! GOAT! GOAT!

As per usual with these Guest Host series, NMTB likes to throw in a tv-presenter in between all the music acts and comedians. Some have worked well, like Dermot O’Leary, Richard Madeley, Claudia Winkleman, Lorraine Kelly… okay, they’ve all actually worked pretty well (Westwood doesn’t count). 897 more words

Nevermind Watchdown

Musical Discovery: 'Caught Up' by Sarah Close

There’s something reminiscent of Natasha Bedingfield and Eliza Doolittle in Sarah Close’s voice. Soft and sweet vocals are something her 754,000 YouTube subscribers (more or less) have been treated to for many years now. 200 more words

General

A classic never goes out of fashion

My Fair Lady (1964) is one special film. A stellar cast and the most wonderful musical score. Quite simply, it is a masterpiece.

I first watched this film when I was about eight-years-old. 218 more words

Film Review

February 17th, 2017

 

 Jonathots, Jr. Daily Blog

(Number 1491)

    

 

Human Behavior