Modern technology has made listening to music easier than ever before. In 1982, the first CD player was released, followed by the first version of the iPod in 2001. In recent times, it has become a common practice to use smartphones to listen to the radio or a music service, something that 87% of 18 to 29 year olds in the United States were reported as having done in 2016 (Anderson, 2016). Continue reading Music E-Waste
Catching Pokémon that appear in your living room or playing with your Pokémon buddy out in the park, there’s a lot of ways that Pokémon go interacts with reality. One of the elements is walking to hatch eggs. Each egg requires a certain number of kilometers to hatch an egg ranging from 2 km to 15 km. Continue reading Pokémon Go Tips; Top 5 Walking Trails for Hatching Eggs
Niantic launched Pokémon go in the July of 2016. Since then, its popularity has grown exponentially. After only three months following the launch, the app had 500 million downloads. This increased to 1 billion in march of 2019!
We’ve found some numbers that are sure to blow your mind!! Continue reading Pokémon Go Statistics & Techno Remixes
Need something casual for a first day? Need something cheap for a fourth date? Need a reason to relax together with date? Pokémon go provides an interactive game that allows for engaging activities with one another but takes away some of the nervousness and awkwardness of modern dating. Continue reading Top 10 #Yeg Cafes for Pokémon Go Dates
Out in nature, or as in nature as you can get in the heart of Edmonton, the engagement and immersion of Pokémon go is much improved. With the open space, it’s a lot easier and more fun to use the augmented reality (AR) aspect of Pokémon go. Anyone who has played Pokémon Go during the covid pandemic knows how hard it is to use the AR function inside. Continue reading Top 10 Parks in Edmonton For Pokémon Go Picnics
Support for legalization of same-sex marriage has increased in the past decade. In 2007, Americans opposed legalizing same-sex marriage by a margin of 54% to 37%. In 2017, more favored (62%) than opposed (32%) same sex marriage legalization, up from 37% and 54% respectively (Pew Research Center). Continue reading Polyamory; Did you know?
As a musician, it’s vital to know what your rights are and how to ensure they are used in a way that’s aligned with the creator’s wishes. Music is considered in the realm of Intellectual property law [aiming] to protect products of the mind, it does this to provide incentives to creators, intellectual property recognizes that creators should not be able to monopolize their ideas indefinitely” (McInnes, Et Al, 2018). Musical exploitation is when another party takes advantage of the work to develop the work further (McInnes, Et Al, 2018). Musical exploitation is rather a common experience that musicians have, unfortunately. That’s why it’s vital for musicians to know their rights and to know what could happen. Continue reading Case Study of Commercial Law in Action
Spotify’s mission is to “unlock the potential of human creativity—by giving a million creative artists the opportunity to live off their art and billions of fans the opportunity to enjoy and be inspired by it” (2020). They have followed their mission statement through their strategic priorities and onto their results. Today, Spotify is the world’s most popular audio streaming subscription service with 345m users, including 155m subscribers, across 178 markets including Canada, Ecuador, Germany, Greece, Lebanon, Russia, Vietnam and so man more (Spotify, 2021). Continue reading Spotify; The Company From the Perspective of a Marketing Student
Students have a full load when they take on school; exams, studying, assignments, extracurricular. They do all this while balancing a healthy life, and a job. For all the students out there learning their course work at home, here are some study tunes to help you along. Continue reading Students During Covid; Lo-Fi Remixes
Redbubble takes care of the actual creation, manufacturing, and distribution of the product. Switching styles merely provides the creative element and promotes our own works of art. Our margin is between 15% and 20% of what the purchase price is. Continue reading Selling Switching Styles Merch With Redbubble
Switching Styles provides a platform for sponsored content articles, as well as sponsored contests and much more. This is a great way to take advantage of our audience and our niche content. Contact email@example.com for more information! Continue reading Sponsored Content; Supporting Switching Styles
Switching Styles is a digital magazine that publishes twice a week – with no subscription costs. All of our content is free to our audience, and it always will be. To keep Switching Styles running and providing you with the amazing music content you crave, we need support from our audience – you! Continue reading Supporting Switching Styles
From a dream to action, it’s hard to know where to even start when it comes to building a career. Especially when that career is as subjective and ever changing as the music business. Continue reading Advice For Musicians By Musicians
Orchestral music may have gotten its start around the renaissance in the 17th century, but it hasn’t lost its relevancy as a music genre. Current research from the Canadian Council of the arts, and Orchestra Canada shows an increase in revenue and attendance for orchestra performances between 2018 and 2019. However, that’s increase has ended with the rest of the music industry since the start of Covid-19. Continue reading Orchestras During Covid-19
“At a time when it is most needed, the media, and particularly newspapers, have lost their voice” (Pincus, 2009). Journalists boast their objectivity, fairness and coverage. However, as suggested by Walter Pincus, today’s journalism has become about neutrality instead of equality and can be mended by more substantial political coverage (Pincus, 2009). Continue reading Losing The Journalistic Voice in A Crowd of Voices; The Ideas of Political Coverage in Today’s Press of Walter Pincus and Other Writers