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JayKay Media Inc, publisher of creative industries-tech newsletter TechMutiny, was reminded of how far back tech innovation in music goes on 1April at the iconic Abbey Road Studios (pictured below) in London. 

JayKay Media Inc attended the festival to see if the print medium and the creativity that drives it are dying in the digital age. Far from it! Irvine Welsh (photo) said so.

Forget the forthcoming FIFA World Cup…at least for the moment. The Campana brothers, Brazil’s celebrity design duo, were the centre of attention at London’s 2014 Clerkenwell Design Week.

What is it about American, mostly, bad-boy rappers who also know how to do well as media magnates?

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