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  • Cloud Lake: A Short Story

    All Angels had wings, but none were as dark as Raven’s. She had shimmering, dark blue wings that ombred into black tips. Most of the other Angels had cream colored wings with a pink or teal tint to them, but none of them were dark. Because of the peculiar color of her wings, most angels regarded her with some apprehension. There was no fear, but they were unsure of what to think of her. However, there were two angels that did not let their differences stop them from being friends with her. Their names were Nick, and Carrie. Nick was an apprentice at the Smith’s Shoppe. A place where they melted gold, silver, bronze, and other metals to make jewelry, tables, chairs, silverware, and other finery for the Angels in Distira. He and Raven had been friends since the first day of lower school. Many of the kids had made fun of Raven because of her wings, or at least tried to. She had a fighting spirit, but sometimes that wasn 't enough, and in those times Nick was the one who stood up for her. He was the biggest of all the kids, and they respected him because of that. He was honorable, and a true leader, which was expected because he was a Forge Angel. Forge Angels had calm and steady temperaments that didn 't vary much. They were calm and reliable, but if they ever got angry it was a place that you definitely did not want to be. Forge Angels controlled heat, magma and fire included, and that meant that one could easily get burned if they offended a Forge Angel. But this was…

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  • Hamlets Insincerity In William Shakespeare's Hamlet

    Hamlet’s actions throughout the play support this deceitful nature. His dual personalities are the foundation of his madness. There are many examples that illustrate how Hamlet’s deceitful nature results in a tragedy because of his inability to choose which role to play.      In Act One, Hamlet appears to be very straightforward in his actions and his role. When his mother questions him, Hamlet says, "Seems, madam? Nay it is. I know not…

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  • In The Arms Of The Angel Commercial Analysis

    In the Arms of the Angel When a person is affected emotionally by something, these feelings cause them to act drastically beyond their own judgement. One example of this would be the bond between man and animal. A human would go out of their way to provide loyalty, happiness, and care for their pets. With this being said, seeing an animal hurt or in inadequate conditions could cause a person to feel sympathetic for the animal. The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals…

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  • Entrepreneurship, Poem, By Nipsey Hussle

    Due to his rise in fame for his musical skills and bad record deals, Nipsey Hussle wanted to create a business model that allows him to make more money being independent. There are a lot of independent artist around the world, but Nipsey Hussle reached out to others and read books over business to create a plan that would work for him. Reaching out to Ryan Leslie who created the app “Disruptive Multimedia” and reading Jonah Berger’s book “Contagious” he learned about how things go viral. By…

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  • Characteristics Of Music Producers

    professional managers, and get their training on-the-job. Sometimes producers will use their own money, the record company’s money, the artist’s money, or an investor’s money to produce an album.” A producer must know both the music business and creative sides, be willing to take chances, have an understanding and love for music, and have a feeling for what is commercial. He/she must know how to deal with contracts, publishers, lawyers, musicians, songwriters, singers, how to budget a record…

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  • Digital Music Piracy Research Paper

    “Until the 1990s, a musician had little choice but to sign with one of the record companies, and the record companies took advantage of their oligopolist position to exact a high price from the artist”(453). This is no longer the case because artist can now release their own music and reach fans through social networks, becoming independent of a major label. Myspace was the first major service to providing the platform for artist, next was Facebook and now there is Twitter and Instagram. These…

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  • Universal Themes In Euripides Medea

    Themes: Euripides’ Medea is undoubtedly the most famous and widely produced in modern times. One of the reasons for this modern popularity is a sense that the emotions of this story, though emphasized to the levels of Greek tragedy, are extremely modern and relatable. People move on more than they used to, and can tolerate abandoning their own families and homelands to be with their beloved, to start a family in a new land and hope for it to thrive.To achieve the influence today, any production…

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  • Archives Chapter 2 Summary

    definition of the words archives. Pugh states that the word Archives mean the record of organizations in which was created or accumulated in the course of daily activities, and save by the “organizations” because they are useful (p. 13). The first book I read that talks about introduction to archives called Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives by Gregory S Hunter. In chapter one, called Introduction to Archives and Manuscripts…

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  • Narrative: When I Buy Me A New Home

    I used to call her on our work phone every day and now I don’t. I swear, just because the only money I’m getting is from these tiny little gigs, this lady thinks that it’s her show. Let’s go get that deal done!” “And hello to you too, Rahmeek,” responded Boogie. “William, you called the cab already, right?” “Yes, sir. He should be here any minute now.” William Wesley, Mo Hampton, Rahmeek Williams, and Boogie Robinson called themselves the Funky Fruit. The name of the Funky Fruit had been…

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  • Pink Floyd Foo Fighter Analysis

    Musicology 123 Paper 1 Starr and Waterman stated that cover songs/cover versions in the postwar era were used to “cash in on the potential popularity of a recording by creating their own (sometimes almost indistinguishable) versions of it.” However, the reason that a musician records a cover song has drastically changed since the late 1940s. Nowadays, musicians record a cover song to pay homage to their favorite musicians and to the musicians that have inspired them. This is exactly why Foo…

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