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David Andrew Wiebe began building and writing for the web at the tender age of 14. At 17, he started learning the guitar and within a few short years had released an EP with his band and a full-length solo album. He also participated in numerous performance bands and sessions in years following, but the call to be an entrepreneur was stronger and he is currently pursuing that path on a daily basis as a blogger, podcaster and online marketer.
Wiebe currently works as an online strategist for TuneCity.

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Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Andrew Riches - 12 String Monster Review

Andrew Riches is a 12 string guitarist residing in Calgary, Alberta. In 2012, he released his first solo project, 12 String Monster. This is a review of his solo debut.

Technology
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Why I'm Loving the Kobo Glo eReader

At first, I was quite skeptical of eReaders, especially since tablets already offer portability and a greater number of features. However, since realizing that an eReader could benefit any entrepreneur and make them more productive, I became increasingly curious. Finally, I decided to purchase a Kobo Glo eReader, and I have been loving it ever since.

Lifestyle
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
7 Things to do on New Year's Eve

2014 is just about upon us. Do you know what you are going to be doing on New Year's eve? If not, here are several ideas for you to explore. There is still time to get creative.

Technology
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Why I'm Loving Microsoft Windows 8.1

Quite frankly I had a hard time imagining a world in which I would admit to liking Windows 8. However, I was pleasantly surprised. In almost every regard, I have been finding it to be a superior operating system compared to previous versions of Windows.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Jonathan Ferguson's Sweeter After Difficulties Review

Singer/songwriter and folk-rocker Jonathan Ferguson's solo debut Sweeter After Difficulties is an independent music release worth listening to. In today's single-oriented music industry, Ferguson's full-album experience is both welcome and refreshing. Engage in rich storytelling and songwriting once more.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
The Modern Musician E-Book

The Modern Musician E-book was recently released on the TuneCity.com blog. The e-book is a free download when you opt-in to receive email updates from TuneCity. Making money, marketing, and distribution are the main topics covered in this e-book, which works to address some of the biggest challenges independent musicians are encountering today.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Jeff is Dead Review

Jeff is Dead, a new web series, was recently released on YouTube. This article explores the merits of this comedy series.

Health
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Is Stress Really Harmful?

For a very long time we have heard various experts and sources say that the main cause of illness today is stress[1]. A variety of conditions and negative effects, from hypothyroidism, headaches, hair loss, acne, high blood pressure to fibromyalgia, cystic fibrosis, migraines, heartburn, insomnia, angina, and countless other...

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
How to Adopt an Entrepreneurial Mindset

The primary difference between an entrepreneur and an employee can often be found in their attitudes and mindsets around work. Where employees are hired to build someone else's dream, entrepreneurs build systems and businesses that help build their own dream. If you want to become someone who can solve big problems and not be subject to the up-and-down fluctuation of the economy, it's time to change your mindset around your work life.

Technology
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
3 Emerging Technologies

In today's world, we often hear about exponential growth. Perhaps you've seen one of the many videos on YouTube explaining the impact of social media, the anticipated growth in population across the globe, the evolution of the education system and job market, or the fast-changing world of technology.

Health
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
1 Simple Fibromyalgia Cure

Do you find yourself feeling lethargic and fatigued from time to time? Have you found it difficult to trace it back to a discernable cause? If so, you might be under the influence of chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia. In this article, you'll find out how to manage this health condition.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Construct a Post Database for Increased Marketing Efficiency

If you are an internet marketer, chances are good that you are always looking for ways to work more efficiently. One of the realities surrounding content creation and social media marketing is that there is only so much time you can spend on it in a day, and if you can find ways of streamlining your work, you can free up more time for the most important tasks on your docket. Here's a productivity hack you can use for sharing your content on social networks.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
The Future of Content Marketing

It’s time to look into the crystal ball and see where content marketing is headed in the coming months and years. Of course, it’s impossible to predict with exacting accuracy, but some of the writing is definitely on the wall. Nearly 60% of businesses are using some kind...

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Is File-Sharing Destroying the Music Industry?

The music industry hasn't adapted well to the Information Age. Digital sales show no sign of replacing stagnating and dropping CD sales, and music streaming services aren't remunerating artists they way they had hoped. Is file-sharing and piracy tearing the music industry limb for limb, or is there is still hope for a better future?

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
The Future of the Music Industry

The music industry has seen a lot of change in the last 15 - 20 years, and one of the major catalysts for this shift was the internet. While other industries were busy preparing for the coming age, the music industry tried desperately to hold onto the Compact Disc business model. Is there still hope for an industry that continually finds itself behind the eight ball?

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
How to Create Engaging Content

You are likely conscious of the reality that content marketing is a popular method of engaging and finding an audience online. What you may not know is how to create engaging content that gets noticed and shared. This article explores a variety of ideas you can use to make your content more appealing and relevant.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Leverage Fonts to Prevent Creative Drought

Are you getting stuck in your creative writing efforts? Do you find yourself unable to come up with new topics? Do you find yourself repeating the same ideas and concepts over and over? Don't fret! Creative inspiration may only be a new font away. In this article, learn how to leverage the basic capabilities of your word processor to tap into your creative juices.

Lifestyle
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Og Mandino's 'The Greatest Mystery in the World' Review

Og Mandino's The Greatest Mystery in the World is no ordinary personal development book. Weaving the power of storytelling with concrete age-old success principles, this book stands out as a distinctive volume among the myriad of other books belonging to the same genre. Discover the mystery of friendship, the inspiration in self-motivation and the richness of spirituality.

Lifestyle
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Do you consider yourself a creative person? Some would say an artist's work involves the observing of the world. In turn, an artist expresses their perception and viewpoint. They explain what they observed, what patterns emerged, and how they felt about it. Can you find the extraordinary in the ordinary? Can you turn your studies into art?

Technology
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Has Social Media Rendered Email Obsolete?

For many years, email has been the standard for communication over the internet. With the recent popularity social media, some have begun to wonder if social networks will make - or already has made - email obsolete. This article explores whether or not there is any credence to this notion.

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