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Bug’s Philosophy: What Makes a Truly Great Artist?

A significant portion of my adolescence was spent binge-watching speed art videos and tutorials. I gushed over Instagram artists, salivating at the idea of trading my hands for theirs — although trading brains would be more logical since creativity has a neurological basis.

Then, it finally dawned on me the other day. There’s an unspoken dichotomy between the hallmarks of a great artist and the skill level of a talented artist.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #77: Novarium on Creating “Virus”

The bi-coastal goth-metal band Novarium is re-emerging from their hiatus. They’re back — and with a viral vengeance.

Recently, we spoke to Novarium via email to learn more about their musical roots and their latest single, “Virus.” As a whole, the band is packed with personality and brimming with an energy that radiates beyond their immensely captivating sound.

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Advertise With The Burgundy Zine

We’re eager to announce we’ve recently updated our advertising prices! Starting at just $5, we encourage you to share your products and services with our global community.

The Burgundy Zine offers a diverse array of marketing solutions, from banners on our website to full-page ads in our digital magazine.

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Education Shines Online with Varsity Tutors This Summer

Varsity Tutors makes online learning a breeze with free virtual classes and summer camps for grades K-12. The platform features an enriching array of programs ranging from “The Story of Your Favorite Fairy Tales” to “Coolest Women in History,” and “Java Programming Basics.”

With such a diverse set of resources, it’s no wonder 250,000 students have registered for Varsity Tutors in just the last two months.

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Should You Feel Challenged By Your Work?

Being self-employed comes with its own set of challenges: establishing your business, carefully keeping track of your taxes and deduction, generating leads, negotiating your own health insurance… The list goes on and on.

However, you may notice your day-to-day workflow falling into an all-too-predictable routine. You feel fortunate to do what you love for a living, but is it stimulating enough? Do you feel challenged – or rather, should you feel challenged?

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