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Jimi Jamison, Singer for Survivor, Dies at 63 by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


Mr. Jamison joined the band in 1984 and was its frontman for hits including “Burning Heart” and “Is This Love.”

Published: September 3, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Building a fan base

One of my follower’s has a blog on getting people to your blog by email. I was a little skeptical at first because most of us have Twitter, Facebook, You Tube, or another platform to reach others. 225 more words

Copyrights, Creative Commons and Public Domain

When building websites, a lot of people simply take a picture or a graphic from Google images and use it. However, almost all of these images are owned by a photographer or artist who could sue you for illegal use of their work. 265 more words


Lida Moser, Photographer With an Urban Eye, Dies at 93 by DANIEL E. SLOTNIK


Ms. Moser was a member of the Photo League, a group intent on capturing the reality of life, especially in New York City; her series on rural Quebec in 1950 became a classic portrait of that place and time.

Published: September 3, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Who Owns Your Syllabus?

An interesting court decision involving faculty intellectual property came down last week.  The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District ruled on August 26 that The University of Missouri System does not have to release course syllabi because they are protected by copyright laws.  253 more words


Think Tank to Ponder a Future for Ballet by MICHAEL COOPER


Four years after warning that ballet is dying, a historian has founded a center at New York University that will enlist arts professionals and scholars to examine its future.

Published: September 3, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec

A View of the Heavens Needs Some Retouching by WILLIAM GRIMES


“Meeting,” by James Turrell, one of the most popular installations at MoMA PS1, with its open roof, is in need of restoration and has been closed for over a year.

Published: September 3, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec