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Will talking on the phone soon seem as old-fashioned as this vintage model? Photograph: Rick Gunn/AP This week I have received two dinner invitations via Twitter direct message; they bounced into my iPhone as email alerts. I was asked if I would like to write this piece via an email, which announced itself with a ping while I was walking along the Cornish coastal path, and to which I replied with a terse "OK". I can't remember the last time I actually spoke to the person who'd commissioned it, for talking to people for work-related purposes has become the communication of last resort, only necessary when you have complex problems that require direct speech to iron out. The phone's gone dead | Linda Grant | Comment is free The phone's gone dead | Linda Grant | Comment is free
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Are you looking for some cool jazz chord progressions for the guitar? Sometimes guitar players who are coming from a blues, folk or rock background think that jazz music is a cacophonous assortment of random notes. While such an argument could be made about some forms of free jazz, many jazz songs are based around standard progressions that aren't much different than the progressions found in other forms of music.

Cool Jazz Chord Progressions for Guitar | LoveToKnow

Cool Jazz Chord Progressions for Guitar | LoveToKnow
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The Maccabees - Toothpaste Kisses‬‏
The Maccabees - Toothpaste Kisses‬‏
‪it gets better-----a music video by rebecca drysdale‬‏
For years self-help gurus have preached the same simple mantra: if you want to improve your life then you need to change how you think. Force yourself to have positive thoughts and you will become happier. Visualise your dream self and you will enjoy increased success. Think like a millionaire and you will magically grow rich. Self help: try positive action, not positive thinking | Science | The Observer

Self help: try positive action, not positive thinking | Science | The Observer

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