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Social media hiring opportunities-infographic

September 7, 2017 - By 


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Snapchat camera Spectacles (working & comparison)

September 7, 2017 - By 

Hello Readers, Join this interesting discussion. First to jump this Article about Snapchat camera spectacles, let me describe you What is SnapChat  ? read more


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FIRST LADY MELANIA TRUMP SEEMS MORE AT HOME ABROAD THAN AT HOME

September 6, 2017 - By 

Melania Trump is not a typical “First Lady.” And she’s not a typical wife either. When Trump won the election in November, Melania wasn’t going to pull up stakes in Trump Tower and move into the White House. Her young son was still in school, and she was trying to deal with the overwhelming publicity that hit her right between her couture eyes. When she did move to the White House five weeks ago, she didn’t follow normal first lady protocol. She didn’t become a highly visible member of the Trump effort to make America great again. Melania did visit a few hospitals in Washington and New York, and those visits were relatively uneventful news stories. read more


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THREATS FOLLOW KATHY GRIFFIN AFTER INCIDENT

September 6, 2017 - By 

Kathy Griffin is known for comedy and her outspoken words. She has never been a person to hold anything back, which is what many people like about her. However, when she recently shared a picture of her holding a severed Donald Trump head with what appears to be blood on the top and sides, everyone from social media to news channels had their own opinions of what should happen to her. read more


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JAMES MURPHY’S LCD SOUNDSYSTEM TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM

September 6, 2017 - By 

The Brooklyn, New York-based band LCD Soundsystem will release their new album, American Dream, on September 1st. This might come as a surprise to fans, since 2011 saw the band perform a sold-out finale show at Madison Square Garden, a documentary called Shut Up and Play the Hits, and a live album ominously tiled The Long Goodbye.
In an interview with The New York Times, LCD Soundsystem’s front man James Murphy defended the return. The decision was prompted from a most unlikely source: David Bowie. (Murphy had worked with the late singer on his final album Blackstar.) Murphy revealed that Bowie had encouraged him to bring the band back together.
Yet Murphy was already in the early stages of doing so. He had been working on what would eventually become American Dream for several years following what he described as the band’s “perfect swan dive” of an exit from the music scene. Though Murphy states that their finale was “sincere,” born out of concerns on becoming over-hyped, his group’s reunion is equally so.
LCD Soundsystem’s new album has a slightly different sound than what fans may be used to. Murphy explains that this is a result of both his age (the singer is now in his late 40s) and the changing political climate. However, the essence of their style remains the same. The band is known for self-aware rock music with a restrained percussive undercurrent. American Dream contains reflections on their rebirth, as well as commentary on what it means to be in music after the recent deaths of so many big name performers such as Bowie and Prince.
Now, the biggest concern will be to make the return convincing. While keyboardist Nancy Whang admits that money was one factor, she and drummer Pat Mahoney both agree that they and Murphy felt that the reunion was inevitable. In an intriguing twist, it was the group’s discomfort with reuniting, as well as their fear of how that would be received, that ultimately made the decision. They have always been committed to an almost pretentious level of perfection, and guitarist Al Doyle explains that working hard to make their return worth it is just a continuation of that. With headlining performances at major festivals such as Coachella, and a record deal with Columbia, it appears that they’re succeeding in that goal. read more


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