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‘Blood on Black Wax’ is a Passionate Tribute to Movie Soundtracks and Vinyl – And a Must-Own For Horror Fans

“ Vinyl is one of those beautiful mediums that should not die out. I think film scores are in general enjoying more of a renaissance as a celebrated art form, and that ’ s beautiful. Vinyl is one of the things that contributes to letting people know that the scores to films are in themselves works of art that are worth being treasured. ”  –  Michael Abels, Composer of Us and Get Out In the foreword of 1984 Publishing and Rue Morgue ’ s latest book, Blood on Black Wax: Horror Sou...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Features, House, Catholic Church, John Williams, Young, Chris, Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, John Carpenter, Lalo Schifrin, Goldsmith, Andrew Wright, Musica


Yes, You Did See Dos Equis’ Most Interesting Man in the World in Stella Artois’ Super Bowl Ad

Thanks to a very successful ad campaign, Jonathan Goldsmith is better known to most people as The Most Interesting Man in the World--or the guy in all those Dos Equis ads. But on Super Bowl Sunday, Goldsmith appeared in another beer spot--this one for Stella Artois. He joined Sarah Jessica Parker, who reprised her Sex...
Tags: General, Advertising, Stella Artois, Sarah Jessica Parker, Goldsmith, Dos Equis, Jonathan Goldsmith, The Big Game


Free PR; Peers vs. Managers; NetGain Multiple; Costco

Hello ScaleUps,Hope it's been a productive and purposeful week. Here are some insights to help you outlearn/outthink the competition. NetGain Technologies Receives Top Multiple When Sold -- The Rockefeller Habits were instrumental in Jason Jacobson receiving one of the highest multiples in his industry. More below, but first... Free PR, $.99 Kindle -- Grab a copy of Cameron Herold's practical book on how to get TONS of free PR while it's less than a dollar. More below, ...
Tags: Amazon, Leadership, Amazon Prime, Harvard, Cameron, Costco, Tim, Goldsmith, NetGain Technologies, Better Book Club, Cameron Herold, John Ratliff, Denise Richmond, Verne, Ferriss, Paul Berman


What is the biggest holiday hit of all time… and why?

You can no doubt reel off the names of iconic Christmas songs quicker than your own family names they’re such a big part of every year. But which is the most popular? Every year we hear the same Christmas songs played over and over for at least a week, more depending on how Christmas mad the people around you are. Spotify have revealed the Christmas song that people love the most, streaming it over and over again every single year. Mariah Carey’s ridiculously catchy and immediately jingle be...
Tags: Spotify, Music, London, Winter, Holidays, Christmas, Holiday, Fun, University, Streaming, Song, Mariah, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Hit, Tunes


A former Google HR exec says he's seen too many people make the same mistake trying to interview candidates for jobs

In a job interview, the interviewer may try to impress the candidate with how smart they are and trip them up with confusing questions. That's what Justin Angsuwat, vice president of people at Thumbtack and a former Google HR exec, has observed. Angsuwat said this approach may lead to unfair outcomes and a poor candidate experience. Job candidates typically spend a lot of time and energy thinking about ways to impress the interviewer: a spiffy suit, stellar references, and thoughtful answers ...
Tags: Google, Trends, Goldsmith, Marshall Goldsmith, Justin Angsuwat, Angsuwat


Why Mandy Moore Decided to Have a Wedding With Taylor Goldsmith

It was the wedding of her dreams. On November 18, Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith said “I do” in a small sunset ceremony at her Los Angeles home. The This Is Us star, 34, wore a pink, hand-beaded Rodarte gown for the nuptials before changing into a simple black number for the reception at the Fig House. Famous guests, including her costars Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz and Sterling K. Brown and her pal Minka Kelly, watched as the bride and the Dawes frontman, 33, took the stage together to sin...
Tags: Religion, Los Angeles, Georgia, Mandy Moore, Unicef, Ryan Adams, US Weekly, Dawes, Goldsmith, Moore, Taylor Goldsmith, Minka Kelly, Sterling K Brown, MUSIC CELEBS, Milo Ventimiglia Chrissy Metz


Tracy Oliver’s First Wives Club TV Series Headed to BET

Tracy Oliver’s First Wives Club TV series headed to BET BET has landed the TV series First Wives Club, according to Deadline. The series based on the 1996 film of the same name and starring Ryan Michelle Bathe, Jill Scott and Michelle Buteau was originally set to debut in January on Paramount Network as part of its new Thursday dramedy night. However, the network has since shifted its course and is now reevaluating its planned Thursday night lineup, along with the future of Younger and Emily ...
Tags: TV, Movies, New York City, David, Mtv, Paris, TV News, Bette Midler, Hulu, Bet, Scott Rudin, Viacom, Gary, Lee, Tony, Benjamin


First Wives Club Series Reboot Adds Three to Cast

First Wives Club series reboot adds three to cast According to , Mark Tallman, RonReaco Lee, and Malik Yoba have joined the cast of Paramount Network‘s upcoming reboot of the 1996 Paramount film First Wives Club. The series also stars Grammy winner Jill Scott, Ryan Michelle Bathe (This Is Us) and Michelle Buteau (Key and Peele). RELATED: Check Out the Red Band Trailer for Paramount Network’s Heathers Reboot The First Wives Club was a comedy film based on Olivia Goldsmith’s bestselling novel...
Tags: TV, Movies, New York City, David, TV News, Bette Midler, Scott Rudin, Paramount, Gary, Alicia Silverstone, Lee, Tony, Benjamin, Goldsmith, Peele, Ari


Legal Experts Urge Release of Watergate Report to Offer Mueller a Road Map

The analysts are seeking to draw attention to the option of sending a grand jury report to Congress, which they called “a key precedent.”
Tags: News, Congress, Trump, Nixon, Goldsmith, Mueller, Donald J, Special Prosecutors (Independent Counsel, Richard Milhous, Watergate Affair, Robert S III, House Committee on the Judiciary, Jack L


Ryan Michelle Bathe Joins First Wives Club Series Reboot

Ryan Michelle Bathe joins First Wives Club series reboot According to Deadline, Empire‘s Ryan Michelle Bathe (This Is Us) has joined the cast of Paramount Network‘s comedy drama series reboot of the 1996 Paramount film First Wives Club. Bathe will be the show’s third lead star alongside Grammy winner Jill Scott (Why Did I Get Married?, Black Lightning) and comedian Michelle Buteau (Key and Peele). RELATED: Check Out the Red Band Trailer for Paramount Network’s Heathers Reboot The First Wives ...
Tags: TV, Movies, New York City, TV News, Bette Midler, Scott Rudin, Paramount, Alicia Silverstone, Tony, Benjamin, Goldsmith, Peele, Ari, Bree, Cynthia, Jill Scott


Jews and Palestinians are the losers in this pointless political spat | Rachel Shabi

Finger-pointing over Jeremy Corbyn’s visit to Tunis has now spread to the Tory party. Yet all it does is provoke divisionCalls this week for the Conservative peer Lord Sheikh to be expelled from his party, for attending the same Palestinian rights conference as the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in 2014, are the signs of a row that has spiralled out of control.Like Corbyn, Mohamed Sheikh was at the conference at the invitation of the Tunisian president – though he did not lay a wreath. His attendan...
Tags: Politics, Israel, Conservatives, UK News, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Race issues, Labour, Gaza, Tory, Jeremy Corbyn, Tunis, Zac Goldsmith, Corbyn, Goldsmith, Antisemitism


The smartest people don't always make the best leaders

Research suggests that high intelligence is only helpful to leaders up to a point. After a lifetime of working with top CEOs in a range of fields, Marshall Goldsmith is able to identify with certainty the most treacherous stumbling block for modern leaders. "The biggest challenge is not always winning," Goldsmith told me.
Tags: Science, Goldsmith, Marshall Goldsmith


Album Review: Dawes’ ‘Passwords’

Dawes’ Taylor Goldsmith is a man in love. This will come as no surprise to anyone who keeps regular tabs on celebrity news, or maybe even anyone with a subscription to Architectural Digest, whose new cover story is on the Pasadena “dream home” actress Mandy Moore has created for herself and her fiancé Goldsmith. It does, […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Jonathan Wilson, Pasadena, Mandy Moore, Album Reviews, Dawes, Goldsmith, Architectural Digest, Taylor Goldsmith


Are Free Societies at a Disadvantage in National Cybersecurity

Jack Goldsmith and Stuart Russell just published an interesting paper, making the case that free and democratic nations are at a structural disadvantage in nation-on-nation cyberattack and defense. From a blog post: It seeks to explain why the United States is struggling to deal with the "soft" cyber operations that have been so prevalent in recent years: cyberespionage and cybertheft, often followed by strategic publication; information operations and propaganda; and relatively low-level cyber...
Tags: Privacy, Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, United States, Cyberattack, Goldsmith, Russell, Bruce Schneier, Jack Goldsmith, Stuart Russell, Dan Geer, Cyberespionage, National Security Policy


Dawes Has Been Tied to the Past. The Band’s New Album Unlocks Its Future.

The Los Angeles group led by the singer and guitarist Taylor Goldsmith stretches its sound and scope of lyrical inquiry on its sixth LP, “Passwords.”
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Taylor, Dawes, Goldsmith, Taylor Goldsmith, Pop and Rock Music, Dawes (Music Group, Passwords (Album


Free Societies are at a Disadvantage in National Cybersecurity

Jack Goldsmith and Stuart Russell just published an interesting paper, making the case that free and democratic nations are at a structural disadvantage in nation-on-nation cyberattack and defense. From a blog post: It seeks to explain why the United States is struggling to deal with the "soft" cyber operations that have been so prevalent in recent years: cyberespionage and cybertheft, often followed by strategic publication; information operations and propaganda; and relatively low-level cyber...
Tags: Privacy, Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, United States, Cyberattack, Goldsmith, Russell, Bruce Schneier, Jack Goldsmith, Stuart Russell, Dan Geer, Cyberespionage, National Security Policy


Internet Freedom Without Imperialism

Nani Jansen Reventlow is the Director of the Digital Freedom Fund, Associate Tenant at Doughty Street Chambers, and an Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.Jonathan McCully is the Legal Adviser to the Digital Freedom Fund and Editor of Columbia University’s Global Freedom of Expression Case Law Database. Jack Goldsmith argues that the United States’ “internet freedom” agenda has failed. He does so by offering an overview of the contradictions and co...
Tags: Facebook, Ecommerce, Europe, Obama, China, Germany, Russia, Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton, United States, South Africa, Harvard University, Brazil, Slovenia, Finland, Kenya


James Campion's Playlist for His Book "Accidentally Like a Martyr: The Tortured Art of Warren Zevon"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Jame's Campion's biography of Warren Zevon, Accidentally Like a Martyr, innovatively consists of essays about particular songs and albums by the singer-songwriter. Publishers Weekl...
Tags: Europe, Music, Hollywood, London, California, Youtube, David Letterman, Los Angeles, Georgia, Spain, David, Mick Jagger, Warren, Jordan, Jackson, Prince




Soundtrack Review: Damnation Alley

Damnation Alley Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the film score Damnation Alley by Jerry Goldsmith. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 98.6 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 28.7 Album Excellence: 95.7% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? Damnation Alley is a 1977 American post-apocalyptic science fiction film directed by Jack Smight and starring Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard & Dominique Sanda. It is based on the 1969 novel of the...
Tags: Music, Boston, Sci-fi, America, Los Angeles, United States, Southern California, Film Scores, Intrada Records, Jerry Goldsmith, 70s, Goldsmith, Jerry, Tanner, 1977, Roger Zelazny


White House Memo: Why Is Trump Mad at Sessions? A Tweet Provides the Answer

The president acknowledged perhaps as explicitly as ever that he is angry at the attorney general for not stopping the Russia inquiry. To critics, it is all but an admission of obstruction of justice.
Tags: News, Russia, Graham, Trump, Sanders, Lindsey, Goldsmith, Mueller, Sessions, Rosenstein, Donald J, SARAH HUCKABEE, Jefferson B III, Rod J, Robert S III, Jack L


One More Thing About That New OLC Opinion on Syria

Although it’s hard not to let the news cycle completely overtake Friday’s release of the opinion of the Office of Legal Counsel on the constitutionality of the April airstrikes on Syria, the upcoming summit on North Korea, and the Administration’s apparent radical rethinking of Iran’s future post-JCPOA, makes it important not to let it go just yet. While I agree with much of Jack Goldsmith’s assessment of the opinion – which at its core adopts and applies the same standard for establishing th...
Tags: Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, Obama Administration, North Korea, White House, Iraq, Iran, Syria, United States, Ben Rhodes, Libya, Un, UN Security Council, Assad, Kosovo


Federal district judge finds Michigan's elimination of good-time credit in Miller fix unconstitutional

As reported in this local article, a "federal judge has ruled a Michigan law violates the constitution by not allowing juvenile lifers to earn good-time and disciplinary credits while in prison." Here is more:  Following [the Supreme Court's ruling in Miller], the state put into law the ability to sentence child killers to a number of years with a chance of parole. Because that law does not allow those offenders to earn good-time credits, Goldsmith ruled it is unconstitutional and ordered the s...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Court, Michigan, Miller, Hill, Snyder, Goldsmith, United States Supreme Court, St Clair County, Korobkin, Douglas A Berman, Tia Skinner, Dan Korobkin ACLU, Jimmy Porter Raymond Carp Michael Hills


Live Music Leads To A Longer Life [STUDY]

A study commissioned by European mobile phone service company O2 has concluded that attending live music once a week can increase a life span by nine years. ______________________________________ O2, aka the leading owner-operator of music venues in the United Kingdom, commissioned the study by Patrick Fagan, an expert in behavioral science and Associate Lecturer at Goldsmith’s University.  It revealed that just 20 minutes of seeing live music per week can have a 21 percent increa...
Tags: Music, UK, Nigeria, CMO, United Kingdom, Music Business, Live & Touring, Bruce Houghton, Goldsmith, Fagan, Cambridge Analytica, D.I.Y, Patrick Fagan, Nina Bibby, Germany Sovrn, IAB UK Gold Standard Initiative Sovrn


Artefacts of Language.

Peter Manson, a Scottish poet and translator, has a fine blog (and god bless the bloggers who keep stubbornly blogging despite the temptations of Facebook and Twitter); a couple of years ago he posted “An essay on poetry and language,” which starts with the proposition “All language is ambiguous” and quickly segues into a discussion of poetry (“Poetry is what happens when a reader can no longer refer a piece of language back to a speaker to unpack its ambiguities”). He describes Kenneth Goldsmi...
Tags: Uncategorized, Linguistics, Goldsmith, Facebook and Twitter, Midas, Kenneth Goldsmith, Peter Manson


Going to gigs makes you live longer and happier, study finds

Make sure that you’re going to see live music regularly if you want to live a long and happy life, says science. A new study by Goldsmith’s University Associate Lecturer, Patrick Fagan, and commissioned by O2 has discovered some great news about gigs. Their report investigated the effect of watching live music found that it could have such a positive effect that you could live for nine years longer than non-concert lovers. The report showed that just 20 minutes spent at a gig could result in...
Tags: Music, Featured, Study, Happiness, Research, Live, Mood, Concert, Gigs, Wellbeing, Goldsmith, Goldsmith s University, Patrick Fagan


$13 billion Atlassian explains how the 'joy of missing out' led it to totally reinvent one of its core products (TEAM)

Back in September, $13 billion software giant Atlassian announced a risky move: It would stop focusing on its very popular HipChat workplace chat software, and largely replace it with a brand-new app called Stride. The move came as HipChat faced more competition than ever before: $9 billion Silicon Valley darling Slack, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts Chat, Workplace by Facebook, and Cisco Spark are just some of the workplace chat apps that are now available to businesses.  Now, after a previe...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Trends, Cisco, Silicon Valley, Atlassian, Jira, Hipchat, Goldsmith, Jomo, Stride, Steve Goldsmith, Slack Microsoft Teams Google, Focus Mode, Focus Mode Focus Mode


Stride, Atlassian’s Slack competitor, hits general availability

Last September, Atlassian launched Stride, it’s take on a Slack-like real-time communications platform for text, audio and video chats, into beta. Six months later, Stride is now generally available to any and all teams that want to give it a try. While Atlassian is a bit cagey about providing exact user numbers, so the numbers it actually shared aren’t all the useful to gauge the service’s success. What the company was willing to say is that its users have now spent a quarter of a million...
Tags: Startups, Enterprise, Communications, Slack, Atlassian, Goldsmith, Stride, Steve Goldsmith


Forward Looking Feedback

Rekha was a new manager who got promoted to a team manager role based on her hard work and dedication. But like most first time managers, she was struggling to provide effective feedback to her team members. She would often give them feedback in front of the whole team, or would make the feedback sound so negative that it would do more damage than good to the individual concerned. Working with her as her coach, I realized that the feedback she was giving had a purpose and good intention, but the...
Tags: Leadership, Communication, Team, Coaching, Goldsmith, Marshall Goldsmith, People Management, Rekha, Mark Reiter


Dos Equis Erases the Most Interesting Man From Its History

Dos Equis has wiped its YouTube channel clean of its Most Interesting Man in the World — the original, Jonathan Goldsmith, and his successor, Augustin Legrand, who was announced in September 2016. In tandem with launching its new “Keep It Interesante” campaign, the Heineken-owned beer admits that this was “one of the most celebrated advertising campaigns of the 21st century” — so why erase it? “It’s so hard to give up on something you are so proud of and that worked for so long,” Heineken and D...
Tags: Icons, Campaigns, Uncategorized, Advertising, Heineken, Goldsmith, Legrand, Dos Equis, Jonathan Goldsmith, Brand Ambassadors, Augustin Legrand, Most Interesting Man, Quinn Kilbury, Interesante, Kilbury