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I've just seen an advert that said 'control your washing machine from the M25.' I asked myself what's the point? It is impossible to load and unload it from the M25.
25 years ago, a friend of mine was demonstrating his new video cassette recorder to me. We were sat on his sofa as he fast forwarded and rewound and played the tape using the remote control. All marvellous, except when he pressed the eject button. He still had to get up, take the video cassette out of the player and put it back in the box.
Researchers have discovered music lessons boost young people's brain power
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Copy writing music is really easy and cheap to do. Simply record your song, It doesn't have to be great quality, just good enough to represent how it would sound. Put it on a disc, then write down the chords and the melody if you can. Put the disc and the paper into an envelope, then post it to yourself.
When you receive the envelope in the post, it will be sealed with a postmark that is dated, thus protecting your work by giving you proof in a court of when you wrote your song.
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Billy Bragg talks about the the demise of the protest song. http://audioboo.fm/boos/2213757-where-are-all-the-protest-songs
I often think back to the late 1980's, when I owned a shop in Church Street, Ilfracombe. The UK was in a recession, so I took an evening job at a local holiday park, cleaning. I was the only male cleaner working with about a dozen women, eight of us working on a shift pattern. The job started every evening with all the cleaners meeting at the swimming pool by a small store room. Then there was a five minute walk to the other side of the camp site to the main store room, to collect cleaning materials for that evening's work. The bleach, disinfectant etc, would then be carried through the car park, back to the small store room near the swimming pool. In total, twenty minutes would be spent each evening doing this. The real work would then commence. Cleaning the swimming pool changing rooms, the cafeteria, through to the offices, finally finishing by the main store room. Everyone would then return to the small store room to put away the cleaning materials and collect their coats before going home.