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  1. We are looking for people: people starting in the music/media industry and want to make contacts disabled/challenged people that are struggling to find work someone working from home or just want to make some extra income, We are currently recruiting for a&r/sales account manager The position is on a commission basis and implies finding 1. artists, bands and record labels to purchase our packages and services 2. struggling artists/artists with disabilities and/or a bad financial situations sponsorships for/from our non-profit organisation http://SmashYoRecords.co.uk 3. unsigned talent for our label/other labels that work with us What you get! Enough commission on all new contracts/projects and extensions of contracts to be able to sustain part-time and/or full-time positions. You would get an e-mail @mixingmastering.co.uk for you so you can work from full training and all the text/written e-mails + templates + documentation 100% guarantee of payment once clients are in If you are interested please contact us on info@mixingmastering.co.uk
  2. MacPro Sales To Stop March 1 in EU Countries If you live in a country under the European Union and you were thinking of purchasing a Mac Pro, do it before March 1st. Apple told reseller and channel partners recently that it would stop all sales of the desktop system on March 1st to comply with new EU regulatory standards. IEC 609501 Amendment 1, covers safety and electrical standards as they relate to electrical equipment and unfortunately for EU customers, the Mac Pro does not comply with this standard, due to issues with power provided to its I/O ports and the placement of its fan guards. The MacPro is the only Apple product to fall under this ruling, because the desktop computer hasn’t had an overhaul since 2010, other than a minor speed bump last June. This ruling only affects countries within the European Union, EU-candidate countries, and EFTA countries. Residents of unaffected countries (including the United States and Canada) can continue to order the Mac Pro after March 1 with no problem. However potentionally don’t ring the alarm bells just yet. Tim Cook has said repeatedly to customers that the company is currently working on the Mac Pro’s successor and with luck, we should hear more about it later in 2013. http://bit.ly/14L8Kwm
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