Monthly Archives: August 2012

Paul Weller’s views on the changing music business

Paul Weller has always felt the music industry is not run fairly, in addition to that he feels there is a lot of favoritism given towards what individuals look like and what they believing. Obtaining a recording contract has little to do with your true musical ability. If you don’t have the time to check his website right now, you’re in luck. Weller is doing a brief interview via youtube where he will give his reasons for his beliefs which he has stood by for over 30 years without any change Read more [...]

Keeping close to our lifetime intentions

Like many people we all have a plan in life to be something special. Mark McGlashan was no exception to this rule and he takes his hat off to the many great teachers out there like the creator of C++ Bjarne Stroustrup who makes learning exciting and he frequently stimulates your curiosity. Despite having such positive intentions in life few ever become as lucky as Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs but being one of the rich and super famous is not what it’s all about, its about paving the way for a good Read more [...]

Learning German

There are different ways of learning languages from participation in classes at language schools, through conversations with native speakers, to private tutoring mostly in a foreign language teacher. The advantage of school language learning is the ability to adapt to your level and communication skills during the classes, which is achieved by conducting dialogues with other course participants. Learning on the course at a language school also used to solve the tasks with the help of other participants Read more [...]