After your name is called in the waiting room, you'll go into an exam room and sit down in a big, comfortable chair that is like a huge recliner. The chair will have a place to rest your head and lots of room for you to stretch your legs. Next to the chair may be a little sink with a cup that you can use to rinse out your mouth as your teeth are being cleaned.
According to a recent report, the average person spends about 18 hours a week listening to music. With modern technology, it's easier than ever before to find and listen to our favorite songs. Most of us would have a difficult time imagining a world devoid of all recorded music. It enhances nearly every area of our lives, including road trips, waiting rooms and even grocery stores.
The "nondramatic" public performances of musical compositions that ASCAP licenses on behalf of its members include, for example, recordings of songs that are broadcast on radio (other than an entire -- or substantially complete -- recording of a dramatico-musical work), songs or background music performed as part of a movie or other television program, or live or recorded performances of musical compositions in a bar, restaurant, hotel, store or other place open to the public.
OK i visited the site but i want to know can i download the content watch it then pay if i thought it was worth my time. If so this is what i have been waiting for, if i have to pay up front for music or video files then they need to go back to the drawing table, but it seems like a good idea, i would hope that if they have not already that tech-dirt would make a post about this as it is what i have always thought of as one of the ways to help artists.
Press Release info: A Year Closer tells us already in its title what its theme is: approaching death, time ticking away and getting closer with each track of the record. We are told in the first song that our protective mask isn\u2019t working, warned by the storm clouds and a ticking bedroom clock in \u201CDark Skies.\u201D We hear fears of death approaching in the sad words exchanged by lovers who see they will run out of time, or already have, as in \u201CWe Had Time\u201D or the romantic lament of \u201CWhen I Drink.\u201D In \u201CWork Last Monday,\u201D all of life passes with cold automatism in an \u201Coffice apartment,\u201D as a narrator broods over early onset dementia, remembers the details of rituals for respecting the dead, and thinks of how a hole is opening up in reality itself. The singer of \u201COver the Hill\u201D isn\u2019t apparently afraid of growing older and becoming a \u201Cman,\u201D but only leaks a few disjointed details of his plans for disappearing, collapsing, turning into a tree, and finding a home. \u201CAngel of Mercy\u201D tries to resurrect the Christian promise of a life after death, anxiously asking if anyone is up there waiting for us after the oblivion of this world.
But these are just the moments when A Year Closer speaks in words clear and audible enough to be understood. The giddy, agitated voice of \u201CThe Price\u201D speaks only to itself in a private language, hidden away in a tin can somewhere. Musically, A Year Closer is a series of pieces that make symphonies out of separate processes of decay and disappearance: unidentified cracking and creaking objects, broken equipment, and lost melodies that seem to have escaped other songs and wandered into the room looking for a place to hide. These are the moments that the listener of Maths Balance Volumes always knows are coming, waits for, and settles in temporarily for a moment of repose. Maybe this is the meaning of A Year Closer: while waiting for the worst, things come together, a \u201Cwe\u201D with no name but with a rhythm, a tenuous but definite harmony to share as the clock ticks. Even if, when the lights are turned on, it turns out nobody was there. \u2014Paul Buchholz
How about this? Shift the "techlab" to a more applied technology venue. Have a bunch of interestingextra tech equipment in the Art room - scanners, big format printer,video camera and movie editing software, even science instruments(because there will be interesting stuff to see). Much of theexpanded integration of technology "stuff" fits best with Art. Evenbasic programming and CAD could be included into Art / Design /Engineering. I don't know what the usage of that room is. Worst case -you need two of them. Application and integration of technology is theobjective so do that from the outset. 2b1af7f3a8