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5 Resume tips that will propel your career

  People who often change jobs know that a good resume is key to professional success. Perception is very important on the job market; even if you don’t have the best experience or track record,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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After late-night amendments, fate of school levy bill remains unclear in Washington Legislature

Lawmakers are working against the clock to reach a final budget agreement before the end of the month.
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One-year Master’s in Leadership for Creative Enterprises

Take creative expertise to the next level with classes in Finance, Marketing + Leadership. The MSLCE program at Northwestern University develops innovative and entrepreneurial business leaders across Entertainment, Media and the Arts. Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises at Northwestern University Our one-year cohort program fosters direct engagement with thought leaders shaping today’s creative sectors in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and other major cultural hub...
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Tibetan Musical Notation Is Beautiful

Religions take the cast and hue of the cultures in which they find root. This was certainly true in Tibet when Buddhism arrived in the 7th century. It transformed and was transformed by the native religion of Bon. Of the many creative practices that arose from this synthesis, Tibetan Buddhist music ranks very highly in importance. As in sacred music in the West, Tibetan music has complex systems of musical notation and a long history of written religious song. “A vital component of Tibetan Budd...
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Benefits Of An Economics Degree

If you subscribe to any news source, love to research new startups, or have hopes of starting your own business, an economics degree might be a great educational pathway to take. Although economics can commonly be associated with traders, stock exchanges, and complicated securities, the study itself is applicable to a large range of careers and holds valuable insights for any professional pathway. At its core, economics looks at how humans allocate scarce resources between individuals and large...
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OpenClassrooms partners with Microsoft on a masters-level AI diploma

French startup OpenClassrooms is announcing a new partnership for a masters-level online program. Students who enroll in this program will access a fully online program about artificial intelligence. Eventually, future graduates will join companies — Microsoft will likely hire some of them. If you aren’t familiar with OpenClassrooms, the company first started with basic massive open online course content for people willing to learn more about a particular topic. The startup then started offer...
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Alan Lomax’s Massive Music Archive Is Online: Features 17,000 Historic Blues & Folk Recordings

A huge treasure trove of songs and interviews recorded by the legendary folklorist Alan Lomax from the 1940s into the 1990s have been digitized and made available online for free listening. The Association for Cultural Equity, a nonprofit organization founded by Lomax in the 1980s, has posted some 17,000 recordings. When you click to this page, see the navigation on the right. "For the first time," Cultural Equity Executive Director Don Fleming told NPR's Joel Rose, "everything that we've digit...
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I Came Here With Nothing: 21st-Century Paths in Music Education

I applied to the San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s Technology and Applied Composition (TAC) program as a very lost graphic design major transferring from the University of San Francisco. While I didn’t come from a strict classical background, I was a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and a passionate electronic music maker. Thankfully, SFCM saw a certain sense of originality and talent in my art, and I got accepted into one of the newest and most groundbreaking music technology programs tha...
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800+ Treasured Medieval Manuscripts to Be Digitized by Cambridge & Heidelberg Universities

Western civilization may fast be going digital, but it still retains its roots in Ancient Greece. And so it makes a certain circle-closing sense to digitize the legacy left us by our Ancient Greek forebears and the medieval scholars who preserved it. Cambridge and Heidelberg, two of Europe's oldest universities, this month announced their joint intention to embark upon just such a project. It will take two years and cost £1.6 million, reports the BBC, but it will digitize "more than 800 volumes...
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NASA Captures First Air-to-Air Images of Supersonic Shockwaves Interacting in Flight

“We never dreamt that it would be this clear, this beautiful.” That's how NASA scientist J.T. Heineck responded when he got his first glimpse of images that captured "the first-ever images of the interaction of shockwaves from two supersonic aircraft in flight." NASA writes: The images feature a pair of T-38s from the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base, flying in formation at supersonic speeds. The T-38s are flying approximately 30 feet away from each other, with the tra...
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