Feisal Abdul Rauf: Lose your ego, find your compassion

Feisal Abdul Rauf: Lose your ego, find your compassion #TED : http://on.ted.com/f10n5

Michael Rubinstein: See invisible motion, hear silent sounds

Michael Rubinstein: See invisible motion, hear silent sounds #TED : http://on.ted.com/f0quQ

We gotta shoot a music vid with this

– Fz

Watch “Is life really that complex? | Hannah Fry | TEDxUCL” on YouTube

Is life really that complex? | Hannah Fry | TEDxUCL: https://youtu.be/LnQYJa9-aR0

Dude super awesome… Agree with as well as the ten fwy

Sic we have equation s for stuff like this no

– Fz

How To Teach Doctors Empathy


Nice…we gotta teach empathy to everyone #forreals #thestruggleisreal but doesn’t have to be…

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Go Down the Rabbit Hole: A Writer’s Manifesto – http://wp.me/p3QYEp-1c

Well said dude… Thought this post was cool re: writing and its various pros n cons.. (Really can apply to any creative type of work)

Watch “SLANT – Hope Created – Album teaser” on YouTube

SLANT – Hope Created – Album teaser: http://youtu.be/QP7THb2yP2c

Our first teaser vid for the new album….check it out :) #slantmusic @slantmusic

Labels, not Spotify, are screwing over artists and breaking the music industry. Here’s how to fix it.

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Originally posted on PandoDaily:

music-journalism“It’s Motown all over again.”

That’s what ex-Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin told me when discussing what’s really wrong with the modern music economy.

In the 1960s, Motown Records had a reputation for depriving artists of well-earned royalties, most egregiously in the case of Barrett Strong whose name was removed as a songwriter of the 1960 hit “Money (That’s What I Want)” because of a so-called “clerical error.” Chamberlin’s point was, despite the groundswell of criticism from artists against Pandora and Spotify, it’s labels, not technology platforms, that are most responsible for low royalty checks. The reason artists feel the pain so acutely in today’s digital era is that there are more performers than ever before with access to wide distribution platforms like YouTube and far less money to go around: Music industry revenue has been cut in half since 2000.

Referring to the heyday of the overpriced CD in the 90s, Chamberlin said, “I just think…

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