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'Rise of the Robots' and the Success of Electronic Banking
Best selling lottery and structured settlement expert
What is so gripping about
Rise of the Robots
is the unpredictability of the jobs being wiped out. Ford argues that nearly EVERY job or position can be ultimately eliminated by technology, especially as artificial intelligence improves.
Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, and the Persistence of Experimental Popular Music
Professor of Economics, University of Chicago
The summer of 1961 was one of my favorites: Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris were hitting home runs, Whitey Ford was winning games, and "Who Put the Bomp" was a big hit on my transistor radio.
Steve Tyrell's Nod to "Beautiful" at the Café Carlyle
Author, 'Kerouac's Spontaneous Poetics'
Songwriting Superstar Cynthia Weil Shares Stories Behind 'On Broadway' and Other Hits
Writer, Parade.com columnist and author, 'My City, My New York...
In the early 1960s, lyricist Cynthia Weil was writing songs with singer/songwriter Teddy Randazzo, when a composer named Barry Mann stopped by to play a song for him. Weil was instantly smitten.
Confessions of a Serial Songwriter: On Broadway
Grammy-Nominated Songwriter; Author, "Confessions of a Serial...
I took my 17-year-old daughter to see Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, over spring break. Before we went to New York, and in anticipation of the show, I'm happy to say she "pre-acclimated" herself with Ms. King's music and all of its non-Auto-Tuned perfect imperfection.
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