INSERT INTO sites(host) VALUES('harryallen.info') 1045: Access denied for user 'www-data'@'localhost' (using password: NO) harryallen.info Estimated Worth $261,290 - MYIP.NET Website Information
Welcome to MyIP.net!
 Set MYIP as homepage      

  
           

Web Page Information

Title:
Meta Description:
Meta Keywords:
sponsored links:
Links:
Images:
Age:
sponsored links:

Traffic and Estimation

Traffic:
Estimation:

Website Ranks

Alexa Rank:
Google Page Rank:
Sogou Rank:
Baidu Cache:

Search Engine Indexed

Search EngineIndexedLinks
 Google:
 Bing:
 Yahoo!:
 Baidu:
 Sogou:
 Youdao:
 Soso:

Server Data

Web Server:
IP address:    
Location:

Registry information

Registrant:
Email:
ICANN Registrar:
Created:
Updated:
Expires:
Status:
Name Server:
Whois Server:

Alexa Rank and trends

Traffic: Today One Week Avg. Three Mon. Avg.
Rank:
PV:
Unique IP:

More ranks in the world

Users from these countries/regions

Where people go on this site

Alexa Charts

Alexa Reach and Rank

Whois data

Who is harryallen.info at info.whois-servers.net

Domain Name: HARRYALLEN.INFO

Registry Domain ID: D16908236-LRMS

Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.godaddy.com

Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com

Updated Date: 2017-03-20T17:37:36Z

Creation Date: 2007-03-19T04:13:51Z

Registry Expiry Date: 2020-03-19T04:13:51Z

Registrar Registration Expiration Date:

Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC

Registrar IANA ID: 146

Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse

Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505

Reseller:

Domain Status: clientDeleteProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientDeleteProhibited

Domain Status: clientRenewProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientRenewProhibited

Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited

Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientUpdateProhibited

Registrant Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC

Registrant State/Province: Arizona

Registrant Country: US

Name Server: ns43.domaincontrol.com

Name Server: ns44.domaincontrol.com

DNSSEC: unsigned

URL of the ICANN Whois Inaccuracy Complaint Form is https://www.icann.org/wicf/

>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2018-12-12T04:12:44Z <<<



For more information on Whois status codes, please visit https://icann.org/epp



Access to AFILIAS WHOIS information is provided to assist persons in determining the contents of a domain name registration record in the Afilias registry database. The data in this record is provided by Afilias Limited for informational purposes only, a

nd Afilias does not guarantee its accuracy. This service is intended only for query-based access. You agree that you will use this data only for lawful purposes and that, under no circumstances will you use this data to(a) allow, enable, or otherwise su

pport the transmission by e-mail, telephone, or facsimile of mass unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations to entities other than the data recipient's own existing customers; or (b) enable high volume, automated, electronic processes that sen

d queries or data to the systems of Registry Operator, a Registrar, or Afilias except as reasonably necessary to register domain names or modify existing registrations. All rights reserved. Afilias reserves the right to modify these terms at any time. By

submitting this query, you agree to abide by this policy.



The Registrar of Record identified in this output may have an RDDS service that can be queried for additional information on how to contact the Registrant, Admin, or Tech contact of the queried domain name.

Front Page Thumbnail

sponsored links:

Front Page Loading Time

Keyword Hits (Biger,better)

Other TLDs of harryallen

TLDs Created Expires Registered
.com
.net
.org
.cn
.com.cn
.asia
.mobi

Similar Websites

More...
Alexa鏍囬

Search Engine Spider Emulation

Title:Media Assassin
Description:
Keywords:
Body:
 Media Assassin
Media Assassin Educate and excite, inform and infuriate. blog
articles
audio
projects
events
about harry allen
The New York Daily News Covers GrindXDesign. September 5th, 2012 #8212; Black Music, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Journalism, Media, Money, Music, Pop Culture, Race, Technology, Work, Youth
WOW! Super-ultra-special thanks to The New York Daily News, writer Anita Samuels, and photographer Jeff Bachner for covering the debut module of GrindXDesign, above.
It #8217;s great, stupendous coverage. Admittedly, I #8217;m slightly uncomfortable with Jeff #8217;s crystalline photo, as I typically don #8217;t view myself from the side, but love that he caught the stereo waveform on the computer monitor. Not complaining.
I #8217;m amused that, for the 900th time, a white media organ covering me has utterly excised my title鈥攁nd this blog #8217;s鈥擬edia Assassin, from the text. But I #8217;m thrilled Anita reproduced this quote, perfectly: 鈥淗ip-hop is made up of many moving parts, and if you #8217;re not aware of all of those parts, those parts can fall off and roll over you and kill you.鈥 Dag: That gal #8217;s got an ear for a quote.
Of course, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious thanks to Gang Starr producer D.J. Premier and Jay-Z engineer Young Guru, the instructors for our first tutorial on producing and songwriting. Not only were they knowledgeable and frank, but they were hugely entertaining. The duo had never done a speaking engagement before, and there were so many moments I #8217;d sit, looking at them, saying to myself, I can #8217;t believe I #8217;m getting this.
Tonight, 8 pm ET, technology strategist Lena West, right, outlines how the social media landscape has altered the music business for musicians, and how artists can, and should, respond. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud? All up for passionate discussion, and schooling for mastery.
Registration for GrindXDesign is $97. Participants get access to our audio archives; for example, our GXD Free preview with Steve Gordon, and聽everything that The New York Daily News heard and saw. Come on down: Join the movement we #8217;re building.
TrackbackPermalink No Comments Chris Lighty, 1968-2012 August 30th, 2012 #8212; Black Music, Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Music, Obituary, Pop Culture, Race, Work, Youth
Rest in peace, sweet prince #8230;.
TrackbackPermalink No Comments How To Get On The Cover of a Hip-Hop Magazine. August 29th, 2012 #8212; Art, Black Music, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Gender, Hip-Hop, History, Journalism, Magazines, Money, Music, Pop Culture, Race, Technology, Work, Writing, Youth
GrindXDesign is an 8-week series of meetings-by-phone. The calls feature industry pros, talking on subjects that are firmly in the field of their expertise.
So, for example, we could have gotten Vanessa L. Satten, right, editor-in-chief of XXL, and Kim Osorio, below, editor-in-chief of The Source, to talk about touring, and what makes a good live show. They #8217;re certainly knowledgeable, and would have had strong opinions.
Instead, we got Chuck D and Questlove to do that, because, in addition to firm ideas about stagecraft, they also have experience with it, and a legacy of showmanship.
In like manner, for our tutorial on how to get your music covered by magazines, we didn #8217;t seek D.J. Premier, who has. We sought Vanessa and Kim, who do. We did this, because we wanted to make sure that the information you get, as a GrindXDesign registrant, is right and exact. (I #8217;ve written about hip-hop professionally for 25 years, and felt comfortable giving advice in the video clip, above. But I wanted a discussion on how decisions are made given by those who make them.)
D.J. Premier, and Jay-Z engineer Young Guru, right, will both be live, tonight, at 8 pm ET, for GrindXDesign #8217;s first tutorial. I #8217;ll be interviewing them about production and songwriting. Then, I #8217;ll turn our callers aloose to ask these wizards questions on those subjects鈥nd, really, anything else that the students want to ask them.
Note: This is also the first time that Premier and Young Guru have ever appeared together to speak. So, there is a more-than-average amount of historical shine on the event, too.
We #8217;re doing GrindXDesign to help people learn more about the art and business of hip-hop; to show the kind of projects we believe hip-hop needs in order to change; and as the foundation for future projects that, by repeating the formula, do the same鈥nd more. Please kindly support these efforts.
Registration for GrindXDesign is $97. Go to GrindXDesign.com for more information and to get on board.
TrackbackPermalink No Comments Does Twitter Work For Hip-Hop? August 28th, 2012 #8212; Art, Black Music, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Media, Music, Pop Culture, Race, Technology, Work, Youth
GrindXDesign starts tomorrow. Registration is $97. Go to GrindXDesign.com for information.
TrackbackPermalink No Comments How To Make The Mind Your Most Powerful Weapon. August 27th, 2012 #8212; Black Music, Business, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Money, Music, Pop Culture, Race, Work, Youth
During GrindXDesign, we #8217;re addressing technical issues such as publicity, production, and promotion, with capable guests like the editors of The Source and XXL; D.J. Premier and Young Guru; D.J. Drama and Marcus Frasier, of DatPiff.com.
But we also wanted to focus on thinking, and how a positive mindset is critical for success in the hip-hop business.
That #8217;s why we #8217;re bringing in Arthur Wylie, author of Only the Crazy and Fearless Win BIG!: The Surprising Secrets to Success in Business and in Life. #8220;Following the pack and doing what you are told may get you a job and even a promotion, #8221; he says, #8220;but it won鈥檛 lead to real success. #8221;
That comes, says Wylie, by audacity, and thinking outside the box. #8220;To win big, #8221; he says, #8220;you have to be fearless and, sometimes, even a little crazy. #8221;
Arthur will be leading our Wednesday, October 3rd tutorial. Register for the entire eight-week series at GrindXDesign.com for only $97. That #8217;s less than you #8217;ll spend for just 1/2 an hour of an even barely competent lawyer #8217;s time, if you don #8217;t know what you #8217;re doing.
PLUS tonight, Monday, August 27, at 8 pm, join us for our GrindXDesign completely FREE preview!! Attorney Steve Gordon, right, author of The Future of the Music Business: How to Succeed with the New Digital Technologies, will be with us on the line and in the studio. But, first, #8220;8 Success Secrets the Record Industry Doesn #8217;t Want You to Know! #8221; Go to GXDFree.com for more info and to register.
TrackbackPermalink No Comments D.J. Premier Calls GrindXDesign #8220;A Tunnel #8221; To A Better Hip-Hop Future. (Plus, Register For Monday #8217;s FREE GrindXDesign Preview Event!!) August 24th, 2012 #8212; Black Music, Business, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Music, Photography, Pop Culture Norway #8217;s 15 1/4-mile L忙rdal Tunnel, the world #8217;s longest.
Photo by ping
D.J. Premier, right, is undebatably one of hip-hop #8217;s treasures, and, with, Jay-Z engineer, Young Guru, one of the expert guests on our lead GrindXDesign event, this coming Wednesday, August 29, at 8 pm. In this 90-second piece of audio, he talks about why GrindXDesign is not just another event for him.
P.S. If this audio peaks your interest, you #8217;re definitely going to want to join us for the FREE GrindXDesign Preview, #8220;8 Success Secrets The Record Industry Definitely Doesn #8217;t Want You To Know, #8221; Monday evening, 8 pm, August 27鈥攖wo days before our launch event. Details at GXDfree.com.
TrackbackPermalink 1 Comment Hip-Hop: The Producer #8217;s Medium. August 20th, 2012 #8212; Art, Black Music, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Music, Pop Culture, Race, Work, Youth
In this brief clip, I talk about what producer #8217;s do, and applying their thinking to life.
GrindXDesign registration is $77 through August 22nd, $97 after that. Go to GrindXDesign.com for information.
TrackbackPermalink 1 Comment #8220;Don #8217;t Give Up Your Publishing! #8221; August 17th, 2012 #8212; Art, Black Music, Business, Controversy, Culture, Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Money, Music, Pop Culture, Race, Work, Youth
Music is a publishing business.
This may seem obvious, but, in a way, I think it #8217;s not. That is, we often think about the field as music, and then publishing; as separate things.
But, of course, the act of putting music in fixed form is an act of publishing, and pretty much anything one does with music, subsequently involves publishing.
That #8217;s why we think it #8217;s critical for hip-hop artists not to give up their publishing, but to also think about publishing a different way. That #8217;s a big part part of why we #8217;re doing GrindXDesign.
Registration is $77 through August 22nd, $97 after that. Go to GrindXDesign.com for information.
TrackbackPermalink No Comments #8220;How Do I Get A Record Deal? #8221;Rap Coalition #8217;s Wendy Day On The Question She Gets Asked The Most By Hip-Hop Artists. August 16th, 2012 #8212; Art, Black Music, Business, Controversy, Education, Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Money, Music, Pop Culture, Race, Youth As Wendy Day gives recording contract facts, Cash Money Records
producer Mannie Fresh appears to regret every deal he ever signed.
This conversation is from last week #8217;s Friday, August 10 edition of my WBAI-NY / 99.5 FM radio show, NONFICTION. In it, music business activist Wendy Day, above, discusses the modern-day record deal with me, and talks about how artists should sensibly approach getting one鈥攐r not.
On October 17th, Wendy and attorney Dan Booth will be guests at GrindXDesign, the #8220;teleclass #8221;鈥攖hat #8217;s education and instruction by phone鈥擨 #8217;m doing for eight Wednesdays, starting August 29th. (Our first guests: Gang Starr #8217;s D.J. Premier and Jay-Z engineer Young Guru, discussing production and songwriting.)
Registration is $77 through August 22nd, $97 after that. Go to GrindXDesign.com for information. Now, back to our scheduled programming鈥.
TrackbackPermalink No Comments How Not To Get A Record Deal. August 12th, 2012 #8212; Art, Black Music, Business, Culture, Design, Entertainment, Finance, Hip-Hop, Money, Music, NONFICTION, Pop Culture, Youth
I #8217;m absolutely certain I could not have asked two better guests to lead the first module in our GrindXDesign eight-week tele-course.
The conversation takes place this coming Wednesday, August 15, 8 pm ET. It #8217;s called, #8220;How To Get A Record Deal, #8221; and it #8217;s led by Wendy Day, right, and Dan Booth, below.
Why do I think they #8217;re the best choice? Have you ever looked at a modern recording contract?
Wendy has, and so has Dan, both many times. Apparently, what they #8217;ve seen has so terrified them that they #8217;ve decided to warn every human being who may, even accidentally, come across such a labyrinthine, all-encroaching, aggressively one-sided document.
Wendy does this through her activism, as the long-standing founder of the advocacy organization, Rap Coalition. Dan gets it in through his firm, Booth Sweet LLP. He describes himself as an attorney for #8220;people in creative industries #8221;鈥攖hat probably means you鈥攚ith a focus on copyright and trademark law.
Most of all, though,聽 Dan and Wendy both have a passion for right that, in this cynical age, probably strikes evil people as mad corny, but that to me is admirable and desirable. Also, I dig Wendy #8217;s direct, no-nonsense e-book, How To Get A Record Deal: The Knowledge to Succeed, right, so much that I bit the title for GrindXDesign, and malformed it for this post.
(Plus, Wendy was a guest this past Friday, August 10, at 2 pm ET,聽on my WBAI-NY / 99.5 FM radio show, NONFICTION. If you missed the live show, here #8217;s the link; go to the 32-minute mark if you don #8217;t check out the whole thing. It #8217;ll be in聽our archives for up to 90 days after the broadcast.)
How not to get a record deal? The best way not to get a record deal is to not take the GrindXDesign telecourse. And HURRY! The early bird price is an awesomely reasonable $77 for the whole eight weeks鈥攍ess than 10 bucks a session鈥攂ut it goes up to $97 on Sunday night! Don #8217;t cry to any of us when the industry takes your money, B. When they do, it #8217;s gonna be a lot more than a hundred bucks.
TrackbackPermalink No Comments
larr; Previous Entries
To get MEDIA ASSASSIN by emailEnter your email address here:Delivered by FeedBurner Search
Pages
articles
audio
projects
events
about harry allen
terms of use
Archives
September 2012
August 2012
July 2012
July 2010
June 2010
April 2010
March 2010
February 2010
January 2010
December 2009
November 2009
October 2009
September 2009
August 2009
July 2009
June 2009
May 2009
April 2009
March 2009
February 2009
January 2009
December 2008
November 2008
October 2008
September 2008
August 2008
July 2008
June 2008
May 2008
April 2008
March 2008
February 2008
Categories
Advertising
Africa
Animals
Animation
Anime
Architecture
Art
Automotive
Aviation
Biology
Black Music
Blogs
Books
Business
Children
Comics
Controversy
Crime
Culture
Dance
Design
Drugs
DVD
Education
Energy
Entertainment
Environment
Fashion
Film
Finance
Food
Gaming
Gender
Government
Health
Hip-Hop
History
Housing
Humor
Internet
Journalism
Language
Law
Magazines
Mathematics
Media
Medicine
Military
Money
Music
Music Video
Nature
NONFICTION
Obituary
Photography
Politics
Pop Culture
Race
Radio
Religion
Satire
Science
Science-Fiction
Sex
Sports
Statement of Purpose
Technology
Terrorism
Theater
Toys
Travel
TV
Uncategorized
Work
Writing
Youth
Blogroll
Go Fug Yourself
Internet Movie Poster Awards
Racialicious
copy; Media Assassin #8212; Development Strategy by xynoMediaCopyblogger theme design by Chris Pearson

Updated Time

Updating   
Friend links: ProxyFire    More...
Site Map 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 610 620 630 640 650 660 670 680 690 700 710 720 730 740 750
TOS | Contact us
© 2009 MyIP.cn Dev by MYIP Elapsed:59.781ms