Category Archives: Poetry

Vinyl Records- A Different Perspective

As we continue to see the sales of CDs fall, it is obvious that the distribution channels of music are changing. But there is no disputing that digital downloads are the new norm for many people to acquire their music, be it one ninety-nine cent download or an entire album. As I ponder these changes, I still think that the vinyl record, as...
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Vinyl Record Collecting Alive And Well

According to a recent report from eBay, the online auction giant, they sell more than three million vinyl records each year. It is also reported that eBay users buy and sell six vinyl records every minute (or an average of one every ten seconds). It seems the vinyl record, just a few years ago an afterthought as an audio format, is alive and...
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Vintage Posters vs. Contemporary Art

Every great work of art has two faces, one toward its own time and one toward the future, toward eternity ~Daniel Barenboim~ Any work of art is priceless. However, art ,too, has many varieties and each variety has its own fascinating past and a hopeful present. Take for instance vintage poster and contemporary art. Both are varied form...
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Video Games Don’t Contribute To Violence In Real Life; They

Video Games Don’t Contribute To Violence In Real Life; They May Actually Reduce It Video games serve many purposes. They can be used as a form of entertainment. They can be used as a stress reducer or as a safer outlet for underlying aggression. Also, they can be used to increase hand and eye coordination. Video games are good for...
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Venus In Aries March 12 – April 5, 2007

Venus is the planet of beauty, love and compromise. This makes Venus the main planet of relationships. Most of our relationship desires revolve around things ruled by Venus. In many ways you can say simply that Venus is the planet of our desires. What do we really desire? Actually, we all desire the same thing ultimately, to be happy....
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Using Water Fountains As Memorials

Much like statue, water fountains are also used to commemorate an individuals memorable existence or notable achievement. While fountains are often constructed of some kind of statuary, obviously the difference lies in the addition of falling water. The sound of falling water brings on the feeling of peace and the sight of it reflection. Adding...
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Using Varnish Within Decoupage Artwork

1. A regular paint roller is the appropriate alternative to brayer. They are available in a variety of ‘naps’. You can use either foam rollers or the more common cloth rollers. You should use a very tight nap roller. 2. Now start keeping your pictures on the object. If you want some surface portion to show off, you can do so...
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Using The Internet To Find A Tattoo Gallery

Having a tattoo is a big decision to make as it’s going to be permanent. You need to ask yourself certain questions beforehand: – are you fully satisfied with the design? – will you get bored with it in the future? – will the tattoo still look good in twenty years time when (let’s face it) your...
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Use Sheet Music To Play Your Instrument

If you look all over the internet you will find that many sites offer free sheet music for just about every instrument. When looking for sheet music especially piano sheet music there are many different genres to choose from and this makes finding the music much easier. As the turn of the century arrived piano sheet music became very popular...
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Use Modern Quilting Software For Traditional Quilt Patterns

For hundreds of years, women all over this planet have been sewing quilts to keep their family members warm. And for all of these centuries, women had to do all the work “by hand” … meaning their production was severely limited by the large numbers of hours required to design and sew the quilt by hand. Today, though, we...
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