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Monthly Archives: February 2012

Saving Yesterday for Tomorrow

If you’re like me, celebrating a birthday can make you reflective. I celebrated one recently and it got me thinking about how fast time can fly by.  I don’t feel old, but I know I’m not moving as fast as I used to or am as active as I used to be. (Granted, I don’t [...]

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Making Music at Noise Pop 2012

Dating back almost twenty years, Noise Pop is an indie music, art and film festival currently taking place in San Francisco, California. Having featured the likes of Yoko Ono, Yo La Tengo, The Flaming Lips and Death Cab for Cutie, the festival has grown from its origin in 1993 with five bands, one venue all [...]

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Famous Hard Drives of American Presidents

Since graduating elementary school, I think I’ve lost some of the appreciation I have had for President’s Day.  I don’t want to sell our forefathers short, but it has almost become an excuse for day off, or a reason for stores to hold a weekend sale. Wanting to give our nation’s leaders of the past [...]

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Supersize My DVR, Please!

This recent post I made about midseason television shows sparked some interesting conversations in the office about some of the new DVR solutions that are currently available. After cycling through link after link and subtle hints telling me to upgrade my device (ironic given we work at a storage company, right?) I wanted to share [...]

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Send in the Replacements

Since the beginning of the year, there have been a few new shows gracing the airwaves. What’s commonly become known as the “Midseason Replacement” these are TV shows picked up by television networks to give regular programming a break since few stations still order 22-24 episodes a year anymore. (I blame that on the programming [...]

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Rocking Like a Social Media Rock Star

This past week I had a chance to attend the Social Media Rock Star Summit in Los Angeles.  As part of GRAMMY’s week, the panelists included the following: Ian Rogers from Topspin Media DA Wallach from Spotify Andrew Fisher from Shazam Seth Goldstein from Turntable.fm Alex Iskold from GetGlue Topics ranged from the evolution of [...]

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One Night Only – Sometimes One Night Isn’t Enough

I don’t know if I can find the right words to describe last nights “One Night Only: A Celebration of the Live Music Experience” event, but let me give it a swing. Amazing! Spectacular! Fantastic! Incredible! Yes, I think that about covers it. If you have ever dreamed of having a GRAMMY experience, but can’t [...]

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Seagate Helps the GRAMMYs Preserve a Rich Musical Legacy

— By Steve Pipe Seagate is helping to preserve the music industry’s rich history when it sponsors the GRAMMY Foundation’s 14th annual Music Preservation Project in Los Angeles tonight. The “One Night Only: A Celebration of the Live Music Experience” event features live performances from GRAMMY winners Robert Cray, Shelby Lynne, Mavis Staples, Dave Koz, Jonny [...]

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The Sound Check – One Night Only

As I write this, I’m watching the sound check for the One Night Only Event – part of the 14th Annual GRAMMY Foundation Music Preservation Project. In case you’ve missed my blogs this week, you can read more about that here. Even though it’s just a warm-up, I’m already blown away by the performance of [...]

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