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How I Overcame My Biggest Failure

Such articles first appeared on QuietRev.com Last year, I decided to make a massive job change: I would stop writing, and I would become a nurse. The decision was simpler than the process. To pass the enter exam for wet-nurse academy, this Art and Theater major had to pull out all the stops in the […]

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Miranda Lambert releases first single post-split called ‘Vice’ | Fox News

Miranda Lambert is smashing her musical stillnes! The 32 -year-old country singer has plunged her first new single since splitting from ex-husband Blake Shelton — and it was certainly worth the wait. “Vice, ” released on Monday, opens on Lambert’s voice singing softly, accompanied only by the seem of a needle clique a vinyl record. […]

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Jack White makes a world first by playing vinyl record in space

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A visually pleasing guide to how vinyl records are made

Not everyone listens to vinyl records nowadays. Still, the process of constructing them is pretty fascinating. Super Deluxe, as part of its “Stoned Mode” series of videos( designed for viewing under certain conditions ), presents exactly what’s involved in making a vinyl register. Transforming a blank disc into a disc that can play music is […]

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Serene and beautiful photos of the world’s first eco-friendly underwater burial ground.

Losing a loved one is hard for a number of reasons. While the sorrow process itself takes a toll, you might also find yourself shall be required to construct several difficult decisions. There are legal issues, people to advise, decisions about the person’s property or belongings, and a million choices about funeral arrangements. If the […]

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Qrates lets you press your hot beats onto vinyl

Hello, fellow young person! I, looks just like you, desire vinyl. It offers richer, more realistic( pet) seems and it is great for lugging from squat house to squatting house and for sharing on a portable record player while you enjoy some fine beverages on the front stoop of your Williamsburg duplex. But how are […]

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Researchers recover recording of first computer music

Alan Turing( 1912 -1 954) was a code-breaker and, perhaps, the parent of synthesized music . Image: Heritage Images/ Getty Images There’s something remarkable about hearing the first, sweet and slightly tortured atmospheres conducted altogether through a computer, specially when you consider that they were generated 65 years ago. Researchers at the University of Canterbury […]

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Does the Future Belong to Plastic Cash?

Mark Robertshaw is walking around a publication plant in Wigton, England, about 10 miles from the Scottish perimeter, with a wad of currency. He lays out a Mexican 50, a Canadian 20, an Australian 5, and a fiver from the U.K. Unlike euros or U.S. dollars, these notes have a slight sheen and the seem […]

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An interview with ‘The Church in the Darkness’ creator Richard Rouse III

Most of the time when video games tackle the subject of cults its to give heavily armed musicians more robe-wearing demon-worshippers to burn rockets at. Richard Rouse IIIs The Church in the Darkness takes a different approach. The games cult, the Collective Justice Mission( CJM ), has more in common with real world cults like […]

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iPhone at 10: The gadget that changed everything

The original Apple iPhone Image: Associated Press When something is as ubiquitous as the iPhone, it can be hard to remember what life was like without it. Apples iPhone, which was introduced 10 years ago today at MacWorld by Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs, is more than a machine or expert integration of components, […]

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