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Internet TV: Back to the Future Part II
3 years ago

Internet TV: Back to the Future Part II

When it comes to internet TV, it really is back to the future or what’s old is new again, as first reported in last week’s post, Back to the Future …
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Get Total Satisfaction at Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones
3 years ago

Get Total Satisfaction at Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones

Get total satisfaction at Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones — the new exhibit about the beloved rock group — which made its North American debut in New York City on …
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Over the Havana Moon for Stones New Film
3 years ago

Over the Havana Moon for Stones New Film

Everyone will be over the Havana Moon for The Rolling Stones ‘ new documentary Havana Moon – The Rolling Stones Live in Cuba. Filmed by award winning director Paul Dugdale, the …
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“What the Nation Needs Now is Love, Sweet Love”
3 years ago

“What the Nation Needs Now is Love, Sweet Love”

“What the world needs now is love, sweet love

It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of.”  — Hal David

The lyrics …
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Back to the Future with OTT
3 years ago

Back to the Future with OTT

In some ways, the future of Over-the-Top (OTT) appears to be following in its cable TV predecessors’ footsteps. That’s how I felt after hearing a panel on The Future of …
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It’s No-Shave November: Support Cancer Awareness
3 years ago

It’s No-Shave November: Support Cancer Awareness

It’s No-Shave November: support cancer awareness and raise funds for cancer prevention, research and education.

Every November, this web-based nonprofit organization hosts a month-long campaign, where particpants skip shaving and …
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Troll Rewind: Old School is New School
3 years ago

Troll Rewind: Old School is New School

Rewind to 1959 and the sixties: Troll Doll, a product of the ‘60s for the baby boomers of the ‘60s became one of the biggest beloved toy crazes in the United States. Yes, that would be the Troll Doll – originally created in 1959 by Danish woodcutter Thomas Dam for his daughter. Personally, I have [...]