So, what’s REALLY in a McDonald’s Chicken McNugget?
If you were hoping for an ingredient list that included beaks, feet, and the infamous ‘pink slime’ you’re going to be sadly disappointed. Check out the video to see what you’re really dipping into your sauce.
Think your favourite artists are getting rich from having their music streamed? Think again.
How much do you think that an artist should be paid if 1,000,000 people listen to their song? It’s probably more than they’re getting.
Here’s how to hack your Keurig 2.0 coffee maker.
The Keurig has been all the rage since it was introduced a couple of years ago, but the newest version has been programmed to use only premium cups instead of cheaper, generic ones. This video shows you how to change all of that.
More rock news bytes:
- AC/DC have announced the first concerts of their 2015 tour, with shows in Glasgow June 28th, Dublin July 1st and London July 4th.
- The biggest-earning rock band for 2014? If you include income from touring, sales, merchandise, endorsements, etc., The Eagles come out on top netting about $100-million for the year. Bon Jovi was in second place.
- Rush will reissue 14 of their albums with upgraded hi-def audio in 2015, starting in January with “Fly By Night”.
- Vinyl albums continue their sales resurgence, with almost 8-million copies sold in North America last year. The best-seller was Jack White’s “Lazaretto”, moving 76,000 copies.
It’s harder than ever to make a living as a musician.
But at least there are revenue streams to exploit that didn’t even exist 10 years ago. What are they? Read on…