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The New Yorker And Prog Rock

I read a really good essay on the New Yorker today on the subject of Prog Rock, if you love the genre of music I recommend you read it That is not to say that I agree with many of the conclusions drawn by author Kelefa Sanneh But it certainly was thought provoking. It is

What It Takes To Market a Product Successfully Like Anik Singal

As a business person, once you've determined what the consumer needs and you've come up with a product or service to meet that need, the next step is to sell that product or service to the consumer. But you can't make that sale without first convincingly marketing your product to your targeted ...

Half of American Adults on FBIs Biometric Database

Here's a bit of a shock for you: about half of all adult Americans have a photograph stored in the FBI facial recognition database. What's even more shocking, it is that these photos are being stored without the consent of the individuals. Approximately 80 percent of the photos the FBI has are of ...

What Could Emoji Search Mean for SEO?

In the first half of 2015, Google started displaying emoji in their desktop search results. They had already been doing this with mobile search for iPhone starting in 2012 when iPhone first started promoting emoji characters. In June 2015, emoji were removed from appearing in search results because ...

Sir Roger Scruton - out of Right Field !

James Delingpole and I are from different political tribes but we have a relationship on Social Media which is far from entirely hostile. So when he invited me to listen to his Podcast with his fellow Man of the Right' Sir Roger Scruton I did so. I'm glad that I did.  The Podcast was

THEE Embroidery Handbook by Jim Serritella

I will be the first to admit that I know some interesting people, author Jim Serritella is a fine example. My wife had just been diagnosed with breast cancer and Jim had just published a short book 'The Journey Through Cancer'. The book detailed his wife's battle. It was well written and it really ...