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Jack has hinted that he's started writing - "I wrote a song yesterday, the last couple of weeks, i've just been endlessly thinking about this title: Let's Play the Victim. I definitely have a lot, a lot of songs together for another White Stripes album.
I just don't know when we're gonna record it yet.
I just have to take a break from the band for a second, because it's just been consuming -- all-consuming, you know? I need to take a step back, and get reinspired, and take a breath.
We just go into the studio, play the best we can and let the songs shape the sound of the album. I've been writing a lot at home. I finally got a little hand-held recorder to start recording my ideas whenever I think of them.
I kept thinking of melodies and then forgetting them. I finally got smart and bought a recorder. It's nice that way - you remind yourself. There was one song for this new record, there was a melody I'd been whistling, two years ago I whistled it for like a week.
I kept trying to whistle it to remember it. That was how I used to do it. But I forgot it completely after that, suddenly I was at a friend's house, and it came back. I whistled it again. I couldn't believe I'd remembered it from two years ago! So I think that's turning into something really interesting now.
It takes a while. Once this rumour seeped from the Detroit grapevine - fueled by a story in the Detroit Free Press that casually mentioned the "fact" of the pair's marital status, along with documents that appeared on the internet, purporting to be the Whites' marriage and divorce papers - it was all anyone wanted to ask them about.
The one thing the fucking media hates is not being able to dissect someone, so that every little part of their existence can be written as a soundbite in a paragraph. What they want is, 'Jack White, 26 years old, likes race cars and soccer, grew up in the inner city of Detroit and is now top of the world.
Can't stand chocolate ice cream. No, that's not what you need to know about, that's got nothing to do with the music we make.
What we create, you can talk about. What the songs are, how we present them live, and what the aesthetic is, art-wise, to what we're creating.
It's the same thing as asking Michelangelo, 'What kind of shoes do you wear? In the end, it doesn't really matter, because I always think, in 20 years' time, the only thing that's going to be left is our records and photos.
If we're doing something meaningful with those, that's what will live for ever, so that's what's really important. He attended a mostly black high school, but he didn't embrace the prevailing hip-hop music.Nissan Lesson Plan from The Times website: Employees (15 minutes) The Sunderland plant is highly automated but still the role of employees is crucial.
Ask students how the firm could maximise employees’ contribution to the business. Put the ideas on the board.
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A Silicon Valley startup that provides the software platform for ride-sharing services said mobility service businesses will have a market cap of $9 trillion.
Cadbury Schweppes Lesson Plan from The Times website: Discuss with students how Cadbury can ensure that its employees behave ethically. Put ideas on the board for them to make notes (e.g.
have an ethical policy, training, rewards and disciplinary procedures, leading by examples).