The rankings may dissapoint some, but my answer would be yes. The album is above par.
My list for 2015
- Bill Fay, Who is the sender?
- Bob Dylan, The cutting Edge
- Wolf Alice, My love is cool
- Dwight Yoakam, Second hand heart
- Bob Dylan, Shadows in the Night
See also: SitN stripped
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Like everyone, I receive now and then phishing mails. Most of the time I notice it immediately and delete the mail. This time when I got a mail from the Apple App Store, I thought why not do some research how you can actually proof the mail is not from Apple: a valuable experience I must say.
Using spiders, starfish and sharks to structure your organization
You want to get rich? Well, this is the way to do it. Create a metaphor (it better be a good one of course). Apply it to businesses, Write a book about it. If you have a good metaphor, it will sell hundred thousands. Give workshops. You’re settled.
Is it really that simple? To continue, read the full text of the blog on iMindQ. You will be informed about business organizational structures and more specific the pros and cons of a Starfish organization model.
This is how I usually start the process of mind mapping: a brainstorm about the subject. Anything that comes to my mind I write down. In the left corner is the first draft of the mind map.
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The quote about creativity is by Charles Mingus.
Things and technologies are rapidly becoming obsolete. Objects like a wallet, key and digital camera for example will be quickly a thing of the past. The music industry is a fine example, moving within 20 years from LP to CD, music downloads to streaming music. Just click and it’s gone.
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