In 2013, Banksy’s name bubbled up into the American consciousness as the British street artist’s work seeped deeper into social media and the mainstream press. Gaining acclaim by the same establishment Banksy…
One of the great (and frankly overlooked) aspects of social media is its ability to bring unrelated things together … in this case a fast food chain and a car manufacturer. Both brands faced quite an obstacle this week, with their Twitter accounts having been hacked. With both brands back to normal, Burger King reached out to Jeep in a simple, yet powerful showing of support.
Would we have seen this love from Burger King if another fast food chain’s account was hacked? Who knows.
“The streets of heaven are too crowded with angels tonight. They’re our students and our teachers and our parents and our friends. The streets of heaven are too crowded with angels, but every time we think we have measured our capacity to meet a challenge, we look up and we’re reminded that that capacity may well be limitless”—President Jed Bartlet (“The West Wing” season four, episode two)
I’m really trying to take this DJ thing to the next level. It’s risky, but no reward to anybody has ever come without a risk associated with it. Right now, I keep running into a wall of jibber jabber, concepts and procedures that is audio mastering. And let me tell you, it is one tough thing to master.
Anybody know of any good tutorials out there? I’m getting the basics, but am stuck on a few key concepts. And until I get all this down pat, I’m afraid my music production isn’t going nowhere fast.
I heard somebody say that at work today. I haven’t heard it in a while, so I was reminded of how funny it is. It’s usually not laugh out loud funny, but in this case it was since it’s been a while. So, I was laughing about a laughing phrase.
Now I’m laughing at myself because I’m actually writing a blog post about this. What am I? A teenage girl?
Be right back, I probably have to go listen to One Direction or something.