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ThingsThatMatter: This tumblelog is about new music and inspiration for clean ears and open minds. And vice versa.

You'll find lots of pearls from the world of neo-classical music—think Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds, A Winged Victory for the Sullen, etc. But I also like to peek into other styles that are closely related like ambient, electronica, jazz, and experimental. And I share insights, photos and news I come across while hunting for new music.

So, mind your head, use some good headphones, and simply enjoy.

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Everyone is a prisoner of his own experiences. No one can eliminate prejudices — just recognize them.

Using Twitter in a structured way, puts him one step ahead of the game says The Wall Street Journal’s (WSJ) new Social Media Editor Neal Mann, in this video interview with Beet.TV.

Better known as @fieldproducer to his 47k plus followers, Mann’s structured methods include publishing specific tweets in the build up to a newsworthy event, for a story he is covering.

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The weekly edition of The Christian Science Monitor will get a new look beginning with the April 9, 2012 issue.

Download a free digital copy of the April 9 issue to explore the new approach to content and design.

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David Carr joins Terry Gross on NPR’s Fresh Air to discuss his Twitter usage, the future of newspapers, error correction, his own media consumption, religion and the accountability of social media.

At least on the Web, you can amend. The ethic of the Web is to say what you know as quickly as you can, and then reiterate over and over again. The Web is kind of a self-cleaning oven, and what you have up there can grow more accurate as time goes by. That’s never true of print. It’s always there for the ages.