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Reminder Monday, February 11th, 2008 The Music Industry Club Presents “An Insider Session” Hosted by Professor Joe Pignato Mr. Carl Pritzkat Co-Founder Mediapolis, Inc. The Internet, Media, Marketing, and the Future of Web Marketing IRC 3 at 4:00 PM
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Documentary The Way The Music Died Offers an overview of the “Perfect Storm” Touches on some of the key policy and economic factors we’re studying Please track PEST factors as documentary progresses
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Discussion Posts Please review the following: Course Requirements: Some of you have yet to post and have missed out on important homework grades. Failure to contribute to the discussions directly impacts your final grade. Discussion Post Guidelines: Proofreading is more than relying on spellchecker features It includes being sure that your writing follows the rules of grammar, is clear, and written with proper syntax (order of sentence components.
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Unformatted text preview: • Common mistakes plaguing our discussions include “i” instead of “I”, tense disagreement, plural / singular disagreement, confused homonyms (their versus there, then versus than), poor use of possessives (‘s, es). For Next Class, February 12, 2008 : • Review your notes from the “The Way the Music Died”: – You may read / view additional materials at • http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/music/ • Make lists of at least five (5) factors for Political, Economic, Social, and Technological issues identified / discussed in the documentary • Post your lists in outline form to the appropriate discussion forum – An exemplary post will include some brief discussion of each factor – Be sure to respond to the posts of at least 2 other students – Your post should be roughly 500 words in length...
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