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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:09 pm    Post subject: Linking in folks to help us with the source reviews! Reply with quote


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This is zoooma's website that links people in here to the source review project. This is a great idea, and the more people that help us out with this, the better it is for everyone, as once posted, it doesn't go away.

Thanks zoooma!
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's definitely useful, the Source Review Guide. 10/6/84 Richmond is but one example: 8 Aud sources at The Archive, no SBD, so, if you want to listen to the show, which of the 8 do you go to grab??! Most people aren't gonna listen to each one to determine for themselves which is best. The Guide sure helped me out.

For the Guide, I've started Spring '93. I was gonna tackle it a show here, a show there, and I was gonna let ya know once I've gotten a little more underway. Then after that's completed, maybe I'll take on another tour.

Plus every so often I'll make another mention of the Guide, or of LSP in some other way -- maybe, with permission, I'll borrow a review from here, repost it and tell our (it's Sugarmag's site now, too) GD and Jerry downloaders to head on over.

There are some cool people who regularly download from Inspiration, Move Me Brightly... and I'm more than happy to try to get some of them over here!

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds good on all levels. Feel free to borrow reviews from here and link folks back again and again.

Let me know when you have the first reviews of Spring 93 ready, and I will create a room for it... just give me the start date and end date of the period you plan on reviewing.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 9:38 am    Post subject: professional biographies Reply with quote

I’ve read innumerable seas of professional biographies — not books, but blurbs you often see on the “About” section of a company’s website. Most of them are boring, presenting similar information in a Mad Libs-style cookie-cutter format. How many times have you seen a phrase like “brings over
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15 years of experience to the team” in a bio, followed by a list of prestigious educational degrees? These do matter, but you know what’s missing?

Hobbies and passions off the job.

Antiquated thinking would have us not mix work and play, but in an era where Casual Fridays have turned into Casual Everydays, the truth is someone’s personal interests have a lot to do with their success, particularly if they’re in an idea-centric field. Which means just about every job that has

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problems which require creative thinking to move forward.

If it was revealed that a brainy physicist likes to figure skate, what would that tell you? At first glance, it seems like academia-meets-the-ice isn’t a good idea. But think about the similarities between the two fields: beauty in symmetry, bodies in motion, and perhaps not-so-obvious, a profound public presence.

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I’m referring to Michio Kaku, who is undoubtedly one of the most renowned physicists in the world. He’s a heavyweight hitter of grace, continuing Carl Sagan’s lineage of science popularizers.

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Clearly, he’s very successful at what he does, and a large part of his success comes from his diverse skillset, including a knack for Siamese-twinning real-world science with speculative fiction. This has made him into a media star, with each spotlight appearance feeding another.

It’s no coincidence some of the most profound and popular scientists are also musicians: Albert Einstein played the violin, and Brian Cox rocks out on synths. music performance itself requires a sense of timing, pitch, and if you’re doing it in front of others, charisma and the uncanny ability to engage the audience.

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Many charismatic personalities are either avid music listeners or players themselves — but you won’t find their sonic proficiencies on their bio. These might as well be called unsung skills.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 4:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd love to be a Moderator so's I can get rid of the SPAM above my head. If you check the Memberlist within the 20 or 30 most recent members to sign up, you'll see about 5 or 6 or 7 that are all promoting the same (or similar)
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Pathetic.
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