“Copyright Infringement: Music”

  Many so-called music artists are not making any original material for several decades now. They “sample” sounds and vocal tracts usually from lesser known songs or artists. Some artists who weren’t able to monetize their music the first time around, are finally earning royalties due to newer artists stealing their material and having to sue them.   Mainstream popular music in the past two to three decades, have been suffering legal issues even though their songs are making profit. Due to the modern times where a music producer can add instrumental compositions, sounds, and specific vocals from limited formats … Continue reading “Copyright Infringement: Music”

“It’s a Generational Thing”

We all plan out our lives differently. Depending on a person’s age to which they fall into, the ways in which we are educated and even do business can vary. There is a lot of hype about how millennials do business. The majority of them have never worked in retail or even in food service. They are predominately higher educated, having attended college or a renowned university. This age group definitely does more world traveling than their predecessors. They are more likely to not own a vehicle of any kind and due to their traveling, they’ll not be a home … Continue reading “It’s a Generational Thing”

Repetitive Cinema

Major film studio companies are spending more money than ever to try to make the next big blockbuster spectacular. The only problem is that those action packed and special effect movies usually only do excellent at the box office for the first and maybe the second week of release. Some big budget films have failed altogether at the box office leaving studios to be in debt rather than to make profit until the next project is done editing and released.   So why is the film industry suffering financially when they are supposed to be profiting? Do production crews truly … Continue reading Repetitive Cinema

Jobless with a Degree, Part 2

So I had another discussion recently with the owner of a tech recruiting firm based in San Francisco. The conversations are ongoing, but there’s still the issue regarding why people who’ve spent many years getting an education in America or other prominent institutions around the world, are still unemployed. The recruiters are foreigner themselves, so they’re very well aware of the stigma that arises regarding dress and grooming for a job interview.   Different companies have different policies regarding the interview process for any job, especially in tech. With some recruiting firms, they actually go out of their way to … Continue reading Jobless with a Degree, Part 2

“I didn’t have to, but I choose to”

I didn’t have to become a blogger; I chose to be one even though I knew it wasn’t a gig that I would be gainfully employed with. People who don’t already know me, are extremely intimidated when they initially encounter me. I’m not tall at all, I’m short and stalky in size! What is it that made me the vocal person that I am today? There are several reasons.   Ever since I was a small child, I was always told by my parents that I am stupid and a failure. I was born in New York, a little bit … Continue reading “I didn’t have to, but I choose to”

Jobless with a College Degree

In my personal encounters in various places, I’ve met numerous people who possess a college degree and yet, they’re unemployed. Why? A large number of those people are socially unpleasant looking and acting. I’ve met numerous people who get too politically vocal in matters that don’t apply to them which causes employers to fire them, rather than layoff. Just because someone has earned a college degree, doesn’t make them suitable to be in the workforce all together. The younger generation, aka millennials, are socially awkward in the sense they’ve trained themselves to only make friends and date people from the … Continue reading Jobless with a College Degree

“Panic Attacks”

  Lately, I’ve been having severe panic attacks. I used to take medication for them, but in recent times, even medication doesn’t help anymore. My onset for the panic attacks can vary. For the past several months, my panic attacks have been extremely painful that my body could barely move during the times it is happening. Panic attacks isn’t a matter than can be seen from the outside of a person, but it’s an internal reaction.   Several months ago, I suffered the emotional loss of the person whom my heart considered the love of my life. Many months and … Continue reading “Panic Attacks”