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Cloud Branding Using Pinterest, Part 2

A fun Pinterest opportunity/challenge is which side will win - will photographs, the [...]

02.12.2014

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Adding Resources to EMichaelMusic.com – My Digital Hoarding On Display

I have created the first version of a bibliography/collection of my favorite and/or [...]

19.08.2014

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Twitter In The Classes I Am Creating

I am creating a master list of Twitter accounts to follow for students in the [...]

03.08.2014

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Cloud Branding Using Pinterest, Part 1

This post begins the story of my first encounter with Pinterest - how I went from being appalled and horrified at seeing an onslaught of photographs of shoes, weddings and handbags, to a neutral acceptance of Pinterest, to creating a board or two and then becoming a passionate Pinterest pinner, all in the span of an hour or so. I consider Pinterest to be one of the finest cloud services, repositories of knowledge and brander of brands.

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New Compulsory License & The USPTO Green Paper Roundtable at Vanderbilt Law School – May 21, 2014

A Compulsory License to Sample Master Recordings is a very good idea. A fair, respectful and business-happy aspect of this license would be that a recording MUST be at least ten (10) years old. That way, the recording has had ample time to be sold in its original form, sales of the original recording have greatly decreased (or stopped), a new version will draw attention to the original version, the public has more art and options, and money will be generated from the rebirth of a 10 year old recording.