Sleep the Clock Around

And the moment will come when composure returns
Put a face on the world, turn your back to the wall
And you walk twenty yards with your head in the air
Down the Liberty Hill, where the fashion brigade
Look with curious eyes on your raggedy way
And for once in your life you’ve got nothing to say
And could this be the time when somebody will come
To say, “Look at yourself, you’re not much use to anyone”
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Five Best Social Networks for Artists

Five Best Social Networks for Artists – DeviantArt.com, ArtBistro.com, ArtSlant.com, Artists2Artists.net and ArtRise.com are compared for social networking benefits in a variety of artistic outlets. This should help narrow down the top social networks that will best benefit your future as an artist. Another MyBlogGuest guest blog entry featured on The Gulkin Gazette! Continue reading Five Best Social Networks for Artists

Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Crazy, Stupid, Love. A 2011 romantic comedy-drama film, directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa and starring Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Analeigh Tipton, Marisa Tomei, and Kevin Bacon. With a screenplay written by Dan Fogelman, this flick captures exactly what it intends to… Crazy, Stupid, Love. 🙂 Continue reading Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Vanity Fair and Favorite Quotes: Vintage Inspiration with Marilyn Monroe

The June 2012 issue of Vanity Fair magazine will feature a flawless capture of Marilyn Monroe. American fashion, beauty and feminine evolution based publications have been, and will continue to offer significant memorable mentions and vintage collections of Marilyn Monroe, captured in images that translate the life, love and legend that was left behind. Vintage Inspirations with Marilyn Monroe. The Gulkin Gazette – Hot Off The Virtual Press. Continue reading Vanity Fair and Favorite Quotes: Vintage Inspiration with Marilyn Monroe

Writing Your Own Music: Sound and Lyrics

Writing Your Own Music: A My Blog Guest Post on Composition in Sound, Lyric and Musical Endeavors
An Intriguing and Impressive Guest Post from rising star in creative writing, Nicola Winters (on behalf of Phoenix Software, a student store that provides software for students) The Gulkin Gazette
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Going back to my buyer’s remorse piece, I’d like to speak a bit on the issue of regret. Furthermore, what I’m really interested in discussing is a few psychological factors that I think can help us avoid this feeling, specifically for those who simply aren’t attracted to their home any longer. …

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Going back to my buyer’s remorse piece, I’d like to speak a bit on the issue of regret. Furthermore, what I’m really interested in discussing is a few psychological factors that I think can help us avoid this feeling, specifically for those who simply aren’t attracted to their home any longer. …

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Going back to my buyer’s remorse piece, I’d like to speak a bit on the issue of regret. Furthermore, what I’m really interested in discussing is a few psychological factors that I think can help us avoid this feeling, specifically for those who simply aren’t attracted to their home any longer.

Guitars and the Science of Making Music

From the delicate jangle of indie pop to the screaming sound of a heavy metal solo, what is it that turns the simple striking of strings into an amplifies sound like no other? The physics of sound and other intricacies of what lies behind the making of music. A welcomed My Blog Guest Premier Post provided by the insightful scientific perspective of Stephanie at MyBlogGuest.com ~ The Gulkin Gazette: Behind The Music Continue reading Guitars and the Science of Making Music