Monday, March 23, 2009

All in one Media Search Engine

I love watching movies and listening to the music. It is my passion since I was still a kid. I could hardly see myself exist with them. Movies are so fascinating. It makes me imagine things the way I watched in a particular movie. Every movie I watch I can relate to it. With music I listen to it everyday. My mother once told me that when I was still a kid, I can't sleep without music and until now I can't live without it. I use to check the latest movies and latest music everyday. I even joined a music review website just to get updated. I find it amazing because I have the full access to all music reviews such as Pop Music Reviews, Country Music Review, Alternative Music Reviews, Rock Music Reviews, Love Music Review and many more. It is another way of recreation where I can share my thoughts and opinion on a particular music or movie. What I love about it is it gives you the idea on the most recent movies and the most recent music in the world wide web along with the reviews of some other member who has listened and watched a certain movie or music already. It gives you the knowledge of an insight towards the thing you wanted to learn. Example, I wanted to watch a particular movie or listen to a particular song, through the ratings and feedback of others, it gives me an idea on how good the movie is or how good the music is even though I haven't watch it or listen to it yet.

2009 NFL schedules

NFL owners are formulating a strategy to begin negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement with the players' union, but commissioner Roger Goodell said Monday he expects a new deal will be in place before next March, when the salary cap is set to expire.

"I don't believe that will be the case," Goodell said when asked about the possibilities in an uncapped season in 2010. Owners opted out of the current CBA last year, which will trigger the end of the salary cap if no new deal is reached before next March.

Owners' priorities in the negotiations will include having the costs for building and operating stadiums recognized by the players and instituting a salary cap for rookies, Goodell said in a news conference at the NFL's annual meeting in Dana Point, Calif.

There is no timetable yet for when negotiations on a new CBA will begin. Goodell met with new NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith Friday for the first time.

The economy is hurting the league's revenue streams, and Goodell said the ramifications will have an effect on the negotiations. Money from sponsorships and licensing is down, and the league is concerned about the possibility for reduced ticket sales in 2009. Read more,,