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Morgan Rees
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On July 1, 1979, Sony offered a new way to listen to music when it introduced the Walkman. It defined a new category in portable music. It was Sony’s most successful Consumer Product (family) and spawned further new categories. Technically, it was a clunker, but featured numerous patented innovations.

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  • Morgan Rees posted to the status 162 days ago
    Writing Quote Writing is more than a vehicle for communicating ideas. It's a tool for crystallizing ideas. Writing exposes gaps in your knowledge and logic. It pushes you to articulate assumptions and consider counterarguments. One of the best paths to sharper thinking is frequent writing.
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    • Morgan Rees posted to the status 193 days ago
      Here’s a toast to my friends, "Here’s to staying positive and testing negative."
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      • Morgan Rees posted to the status 193 days ago
        Here’s a toast to my friends, "May we be who our dogs think we are."
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        • Morgan Rees posted to the status 197 days ago
          Happy Birthday to Alan Parsons, a brilliant musician, composer, producer, audio engineer, and educator. His accolades include a Grammy and the Order of the British Empire (OBE) honor. Alan Parsons (born 20 December 1948) is an English audio engineer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. Parsons was involved with the production of several albums, including the Beatles' Abbey Road (1969) and Let It Be (1970), Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon (1973), and the eponymous debut album by Ambrosia in 1975. Parsons's own group, The Alan Parsons Project, as well as his subsequent solo recordings, have also been commercially successful. He has been nominated for 13 Grammy Awards, with his first win occurring in 2019 for Best Immersive Audio Album for Eye in the Sky.
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          • Morgan Rees posted to the status 205 days ago
            During the holiday season, there is a dramatic increase of banks foreclosing on gingerbread houses.
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