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SeagateCreative Interviews The Impossibles

If you’re not familiar with The Impossibles, then you are missing out on some pretty slick rock music.  The band got together at the recent FUN FUN FUN Fest in Austin, Tx. and we had a chance to chat with them about their creative process while recording in the studio. SeagateCreative: What’s a…

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SeagateCreative Interviews Music Producer – Alex Adhami

Given his musical background, there is a strong possibility you’ve heard the work of Alexander Adhami and didn’t even know it. Known professionally as Alex Plays, Alex Adhami has composed music for Harpo Productions, the Food Network, Warner Chappell’s Non-Stop Music, Universal’s…

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Bright Nights – Photographs of Another New York – Book Tour

A couple weeks back I made this post highlighting the upcoming book tour by SeagateCreative photographer, Tod Seelie. You’ve probably even seen Tod’s work and weren’t aware of it given he’s graced the pages of several major publications including the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Spin,…

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Seagate Shows Product Depth at Middle East Show

—By June Coates Seagate showcased its full range of storage solutions last month at the Middle East’s biggest tech show. The GITEX Technology Week, which ran Oct. 20-24 at Dubai’s World Trade Center, drew more than 139,000 attendees from 144 countries. Seagate demonstrated its Enterprise Turbo…

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Now You Can Experience History…Through Twitter?

“History never repeats, I tell myself before I go to sleep.” – Split Enz, 1981 One of the interesting things about working for a storage company is how much more you pay attention to history. The idea of saving something is always top of mind be it photographs, music, movies, or documents. …

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Seagate Helps Preserve Hardboiled Crime Novels

- By Steve Pipe Hardboiled detectives, neon-soaked streets and a shot or two of the strong stuff. Charles Ardai is on a mission to revive a once-flourishing literary format, the paperback crime novel, and he’s doing it with a little help from Seagate. Ardai is the co-founder of Hard Case Crime, a…

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Did You Heed the Call…of Duty?

When you have Kobe Bryant and Jimmy Kimmel in your commercial, it’s probably a good indication that the Call of Duty® franchise is a big deal. But don’t take my word for it, take the word of Activision who’s Call of Duty®: Ghosts game which just released this past Tuesday is already…

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An Interview with Dying Light Developers, Techland

Dying Light by Techland scared the bejesus out of me when I played it during PAX Prime this summer.  You can get a quick take on my impressions of the game in this post. But I’ll summarize in saying that Techland has given the zombie genre a nice twist and you’ll definitely want to play [...]

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World of Tanks for Xbox 360 is the Heavy Metal You’re Looking For

A couple months back at the PAX Prime show, I had a chance to check out a few titles from Wargaming specifically World of Tanks for Xbox® 360 and World of Warplanes.  Foggy memory? This post should refresh you or let me give you the gist. Built specifically for the Xbox 360, World of Tanks [...]

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The Camera Compendium – Infographics

I love cameras. Or I suppose more accurately, I love photography. But the camera has always been a cool device. Until the smartphone craze of the last few years, the camera was the go to for capturing family photos, events, holiday memories and the awe-inspiring aspects of nature. Sorry, food porn…

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