A Letter to Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori

To Marty & Michael, Thank you. This is a letter I wish I had written long ago, as the music you composed for Halo has always been among my favorite music of any genre. I have all the Halo albums, and despite having listened to them so many times, I still feel the awe, the…

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Accelerated Mobile Pages Overview – Get AMPed!

By Jason Case, for Edwardsturm.com. We carry our mobile devices with us everywhere—restaurants, the beach, even the bathroom. They serve a very necessary part in our lives and we’re able to do amazing things due to the gifts that they bring. However, they’re not perfect. One of the problems with mobile devices is that when…

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The 23 Best Games for YouTube in 2016

With a ton of titles and only so much time, it can be hard for a YouTube gamer to figure out what to play. Maybe you’re looking for games that people want to watch more than others? Maybe you’re looking for upcoming games? Maybe you want mini games for your channel (or a channel that…

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5 Simple Strategies for Delivering a Creative Speech to a Large Crowd

By Loretta Love Huff, for Edwardsturm.com. Have you ever sat through a boring speech? Are you at risk yourself for delivering one? Though speaking on stage is challenging enough without the added pressure of wowing your audience, in order to be an effective and memorable speaker, being captivating in some way is critical. Maya Angelou…

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4 Reasons Why Artists Can Be Above Average Marketers

By Laura Fredericks, for Edwardsturm.com. The market for creative work and the audiences for pursuits as varied as dance, writing, visual arts, and film has grown exponentially in the past few years. The breakneck pace of technological innovation, rise of social media, and constant contact online has led to videos, articles, and pictures regularly reaching thousands,…

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