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This Copyright Dispute Helped Give America Rock ‘n’ Roll

And isn’t it ironic that presently, copyright lawsuits are still being used against famous musicians? ‘…The boycott lasted for almost a year. In late 1941, ASCAP signed an agreement with radio stations at terms less generous than it had before … Continue reading

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Definition of Literature

Study these 3 definitions: merriam-webster writings having excellence of form or expression and expressing ideas of permanent or universal interest Collins English Dictionary written material such as poetry, novels, essays, etc, esp works of imagination characterized by excellence of style … Continue reading

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Is Google a Friend of Artists?

By Kurt Sutter ‘…As a guy with more than a few exes, I have to tell you, Marv, the most insidious ex is the one who hides the truth, steals your money, and lies to all your friends. That’s what … Continue reading

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Unpublished Book an Amazon Best-Seller

‘It’ll be six months before it’s even released. Yet it’s already become Amazon’s #2 best-selling book! It’s by the cartoonist who draws the popular online comic strip XKCD. And ironically, this book is titled “What If?” ‘It’s like a surreal … Continue reading

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It’s Triple-Plagiarism for LaBeouf Now

This filmmaker is obviously trying to make it to Guinness Shia LaBeouf Plagiarizes More Apologies ‘Shia LaBeouf should maybe start going by Lie-a LaBeouf. Dude loves plagiarizing more than your little nephew loves the Tickle Me Ferbie he got from … Continue reading

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562 Top Writers Demand ‘Bill of Digital Rights’

Authors from 81 countries become supporters of whistleblower Snowden ‘More than 500 of the world’s leading authors, including five Nobel prize winners, have condemned the scale of state surveillance revealed by the whistleblower Edward Snowden and warned that spy agencies … Continue reading

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Netscape 1995: A Communication Revolution

The second most important communication revolution in history [Video]1995 was the year Netscape went public and allowed people easy Internet connections and Web browsing second-most-important-communication-revolution-history The New Wave of Message Boards Maybe Google+ Communities triggered this new wave instead of … Continue reading

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