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Dedicated to the One I Love

Love is a Mix Tape by Rob Sheffield was a timely read for me and a good memoir.  Little did I know when I chose the book on tape from the library it would be prophetic in a very sad, strange way.  141 more words

mourning is the only real face of time.

It’s difficult to stay awake most afternoons. I sleep late at night, wake up early morning, and catch up on my sleep in the afternoon. Everyday, I dream about my dead uncle, and/or grandparents, also dead. 685 more words

References on recruiters are rubbish

References on recruiters are rubbish. There I have said it. Total crap, a waste of time, a tick in the box, a supposed level of comfort / guarantee of that persons ability to do the job. 781 more words

RECRUITMENT

Selected Events (02/25) + Ice Skating in NYCity

Today’s “Fab 5″/ Selected NYCity Events – WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25, 2015
“We search the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you don’t have to. 1,278 more words

Simple tips on how not to present

We are all pitching or presenting throughout our daily lives. With people we know, people we don’t, with work colleagues, to clients and potential clients. So why do so many people present so badly in an industry such as ours?  206 more words

RECRUITMENT

Going Into The City By Robert Christgau

Two years ago I attended the Experience Music Pop Conference 2013 New York at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. My major goal that day was to attend a session,  215 more words

Events

"Turn Around Bright Eyes", by Rob Sheffield

In the early 1980’s a short-lived phenomenon burned strong across the country.  It was called the lip-sync contest. Basically, it involved a person, or group of people, pretending to sing and play instruments along with a recording of a popular song.   795 more words

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