Felipe Hernandez

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Apple Music's success isn't about dollars and cents

In doing so, Apple effectively exploited this technological change and became the de facto gatekeeper of this new distribution outlet -- a designation it still owns to this day.<p>Ironically, Apple recently found itself on the wrong end of the innovation curve with the recent shift to streaming-based …

20 erros de raciocínio lógico que afetam suas decisões

Você faz milhares de decisões todos os dias, mas será que elas são racionais?<p>Provavelmente não. Desde o que você vai comer no almoço até se você deve …

Could the Antichrist Arise From the 8th Kingdom?

Among the writings of the Old Testament prophets, Moses is named in Scripture 768 times, while Abram or Abraham's name is mentioned 303 times. The …

Imogen Heap: saviour of the music industry?

In our age of Spotify, most artists fail to get a fair deal. But with help from coders, Imogen Heap is leading the fightback, using a technology that could revolutionise the way music is made and sold<p>When was the last time you bought a CD or a record? Chances are, you’re listening to more music …

How Drums & Bass Make the Song: Isolated Tracks from Led Zeppelin, Rush, The Pixies, The Beatles to Royal Blood

There may be no more critical interplay between two musicians in modern music than that between bassists and drummers. As jazz bassist Christian …

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Why all entrepreneurs should watch this movie about a rock music promoter

YouTube This summer I had the extreme pleasure of watching one of the funniest, funnest and most insightful documentaries in a long time: Supermensch. If I had one wish for all startup employees it would be that you watch this film.<p>It's not for everybody: it condones sex, drugs and rock & roll. But …

Katy Perry’s Battle with Christianity

The child of two evangelical ministers, Katy Perry began her career as a Christian singer. Then she ‘kissed a girl,’ and her parents shamed her. Now, …

Chicago priest protests same-sex marriage, won't sign civil marriage licenses

The Rev. Patrick Henry Reardon is getting out of the civil marriage business.<p>The Orthodox Christian priest on Chicago's North Side says the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalizes same-sex matrimony reinforces his recent decision to no longer sign licenses that make marriages valid in the eyes of …

I'm Disgusted By Christians Over Gay Marriage... But Not How You Think

How to Hack the Music Industry: Part Deux

Lessons for creatives from the world’s fastest growing companies<p><b>“The most basic concern of any strategy is to increase our ability to survive on our</b> …

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Two Million Homosexuals Flood The Streets To Express Their Hatred Against God. They Then Take A Transgender Man, Dress Him Up As Jesus Christ, Whip Him Until He Bleeds And Then Crucify Him

By onJune 29, 2015 in Featured, General<p><b>By Theodore Shoebat</b><p>Two million homosexuals flooded the streets of the Brazilian city of Sao Paolo to express …

Revenge Of The Record Labels: How The Majors Renewed Their Grip On Music

Last October SoundCloud–a free music-streaming service with a massive 175 million monthly users–appeared to be running out of cash. News broke that the Berlin-based company had lost $29.2 million in 2013, and when a rumored $2 billion buyout bid by Twitter fell through, it looked like music’s …

In Pictures: Seven Music Mavericks

Even as record companies renew their grip on the music industry, a handful of artists have been able to carve out profitable niches beyond the major label framework. The first three appear as sidebars in the FORBES magazine story “Revenge Of The Record Labels” – read on to see all seven.

The Media Column: The music business is starting to think the next big thing is just a computer algorithm away

Discovering new music talent like James Bay, this year’s tipped breakthrough act whose debut album duly topped the charts, is an expensive business …