Motown’s Frank Wilson wrote and produced hit records for such big names as the Supremes and the Temptations, but he was best known for a single recorded in Los Angeles that featured his own voice — and was never released.
Copies of his ”Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)” had already been pressed in 1965 when Motown founder Berry Gordy asked him to choose between being a performer or writer-producer, Wilson’s family said. When he decided on the latter, almost all of the singles were destroyed. READ MORE
Do you have any unique or interesting idea about a new Android app? If you are good in Java programming then it’s possible for you to implement your idea into a real Android app but in case if you are Zero in Java programming and you still want to build a brand new Android application then you come at the right place. I will teach you here, how you can build an Android app without any programming skills. READ MORE
As part of a buzz-generating campaign, the recently rebranded network sent out “bedazzled” scissors to key influencers in fashion and entertainment asking them to send a picture of them “making it work” — one of Gunn’s catchphrases. Lifetime says the “retweets” generated more than 6 million impressions. Parallel to that, the network used images of Klum and Gunn posing with scissors that were posted on billboards and in kiosks. (Watch a behind-the-scenes video of Klum’s shoot below.) READ MORE + VIDEO
EBONY: When I first saw the trailer, my first thoughts were, ‘Oh wow. Tarantino and Hudlin are ballsy. What they’re effectively doing is giving the Inglorious Basterds treatment to pre-civil war.’ That’s what you’re doing, right?
Reginald Hudlin: Yes! It’s like when he first started talking about Inglorious Basterds to me, years before the movie got made, Quentin said, ‘World War II was the war about racism, right?’ Because the Nazis said, ‘we’re the master race.’ So, you know, these are the things that he cares about and he thinks about … these are the things that he knows and are passionate about, and certainly the kind of movies that I always wanted to make, being a person who grew up on Blaxploitation, which was all about black folk kicking ass and taking names. I’m like, Yes, I’m down with that program. Let’s do that. READ MORE
I recently described what remarkable bosses do. A number of people emailed and asked, “That’s a great list, but flip it around: What things should I not do?”
Glad you asked.
As a leader what you don’t do can sometimes make as much or even more impact than what you do. Here are five things remarkable bosses never do. READ MORE