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Robert Leach’s Female Muscle Music

https://youtu.be/QeP14fk6E44 via YouTube
#robleamusic use of my music on YouTube

I forgot all about this, wow!!..🙂 letting someone use my music for a video!!!!!..

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Check out “GarageBand Song 1” by Roblea Music/robert Leach

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First time using GarageBand Software

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“Phat Grooves” album cover

Robert Leach of Roblea Music/robert Leach

Robert Leach of Roblea Music/robert Leach

“Phat Grooves, the Next Editon” album cover, by Roblea Music/robert Leach

 

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Twitter’s Long-Term Viability:
Sean Carton | May 11, 2009 | 14 comments

http://www.clickz.com/clickz/column/1692895/twitters-long-term-viability

Advertisers Speak Up About Twitter Ads: “The click-through rates were paltry.”
By Lauren Dugan on May 17, 2011 9:45 AM

http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/advertisers-speak-up-about-twitter-ads-the-click-through-rates-were-paltry_b8918

Is Twitter Financially Viable?
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At the crossroads of Media, Culture and Technology

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John Stang is a longtime newspaper reporter who joined the MCDM program to become relevant again.