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The Voice and The Music in Commercials Are Sometimes From The Same Man (03 Aug 2005)
Everyone knows that commercials use voiceover artists to speak the sales message, and musicians to create the tunes that play in the background, but one man in Los Angeles is doing both jobs.
Meet Scott G, who is recording artist THE G-MAN, ...
Some Spooky Stuff (03 Mar 2006)
Some offbeat oddities from the new novel The Witch of Greenwich Village:
- Meditation, acclaimed for its ability to clear the mind and promote creativity was, in primitive times, used for revolting purposes and is still employed by obscure c...
Bad Company – Whos responsible (01 Apr 2006)
Here we will come to know who are the most responsible person to make your child an addicted person & failure.
In general we see kids who are addicted of tobacco , drinking, smoking, etc. addictions are the symbols of unhealthy personality...
Cartoons - A Language Everyone Can Understand (09 Nov 2005)
Your Destiny Your Choice is a unique cartoon website which has received endorsement by Pop Artist, Guy Sebastian - 'This website will help you find your destiny and become the person you were meant to be.'
On the home page (http://www.ydyc.o...
Movie Poster Collecting (06 Jan 2006)
There is a great deal of history behind movie posters and movie poster collecting. Jules Cheret, who created 2 movie posters in the 1890's, was the artist given credit for creating the first movie posters. By the end of the first decade of the 190...
Should I Buy Tickets From Ticketmaster or From a Broker? (11 May 2006)
With the ever-rising cost of tickets these days you may be wondering why anyone would use the services of a ticket broker instead of purchasing their tickets directly from Ticketmaster, A Guide to Tarot Cards (27 Nov 2005)
=================== A Brief Guide to the Tarot Cards ==================
Tarot = 78 cards with Major and Minor Arcana, with universal meanings
Oracle = any number of cards with individual meanings
Querant = the pers...
OP Art (30 Jan 2006)
A friend sent me some samples of Op Art. Op Art is an optical illusion. It uses mainly squares, stripes, spots, dots, shadings
which are seen as moving like waves or changing when the eye is trained on it for any length of time.
Op Art was ...
Contest Advice for Screenplay Writers (28 Oct 2005)
There are many screenplay contests available to the aspiring screenwriter. These contests can be a good avenue to getting one's work noticed and/or make a sale. So, it's important to make certain that you have written...
A Fairy, a Low-Fat Bagel, and a Sack of Hammers (06 Apr 2006)
One bright, sunny day, the Bad Internet Fairy closed down every company and organization site on the web.
No more shopping. No more sites selling endless products and services. No more university, non-profit, or political sites.
An Artists Recipe For Life (18 Oct 2005)
Be insouciant with a smile. Laugh on purpose. Lie in the dark field and watch comets. Look danger in the eye with unwavering mirth. Wink, flirt, kiss and admire romance and beauty in others. Feel the grass, the wind, the sun and the emotions of al...
How To Mind Map Your Business (16 Feb 2006)
If you're doing business on the Web, sooner or later
you'll probably begin to feel like a juggler trying to
keep ten balls flying through the air at the same
time. There are just too many elements in your
business plan to keep them all going at on...
10 Simple Ways To Expand Your Subscriber List (24 Apr 2006)
Here are 10 ways to expand your subscriber list:
1. Keep your subscription form easy to find on every web page. Preferably, add it on your navigational bar. If the form is to large for the bar or page, add a hyperlink and send them to a...
The Lord of the Wrinkles -- Excellent Excerpts from a Silly Spoof (12 Dec 2005)
Excerpts from "The Lord of the Wrinkles"
from Part One: The Foolship of the Ring
"So, Sourman, old buddy, old pal," Gandoff said. "How's it hanging?"
The evil white wizard frowned. "Do not beat around the...
A Fitting Business (21 Apr 2006)
How many of you have always wanted a beautiful Chanel, Christian Dior or Escada outfit, but didn't want to pay the high prices? Or couldn't find it in your size.
When Jane Langdon decided she had to finally have a Chanel suit for a major New...
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