He spoke on the social network on the economy and employment. Not to increase the debt ceiling would trigger a whole new spiral that it would lead to a second recession in EE UU or something worse, he warned Obama. He is not willing to cut essential health or education programs. The U.S. President, Barack Obama, approached Wednesday younger voters abroad during their first conversation on the Twitter social network from the White House that revolved around the economy and employment. The event, as it could not be less, began with a message from the President on Twitter. Recortariais expenses and investments mantendriais to reduce the deficit?, asked Obama to his followers in a message sent from a computer connected to a screen in which the questions of the participants were projected live.
The President sat down then back to the screen and against the co-founder of Twitter Jack Dorsey, moderator of the meeting, attended, among several others, users of the social network. Obama used the occasion to emphasize his vision for the future of the country to the dnder investment in renewable energy and education. The countries that will evolve well are those who are committed continuously with education, said the President during a time of the gathering. He took the opportunity, also, to talk about one of the most burning issues of the moment: on the debt ceiling, that Congress should expand before Aug. 2 so that the Government can continue to pay their bills. Obama said that the idea that the country may declare a default on its debt is irresponsible and warned that doing so could cause the country to fall back into recession or something worse. Not to increase the debt ceiling in 14,29 trillions of dollars would trigger all a new spiral that would translate into a second recession in EE UU or something worse warned Obama.
The market for physical disks is the main affected, while the digital continues to grow but at one much lower level than in 2010. The revolution of streaming is the new ally of the digital market. The producers cast the blame for the decline in sales to piracy and the absence of a law that is able to stop the illegal downloads. The record market fell dramatically in the first half of 2011. At least, this follows a report by Promusicae, Association integrated by Spanish producers of music. According to their data, sales been recorded an accumulated drop of 18,69% so far this year over the same period of the previous fiscal year.
To account for the setback suffered by the business, Promusicae provides some figures. Thus, they point out that the volume of sales of recorded music in Spain in 2011 has resulted in 62.5 million euros compared to the 125,5 obtained during the first six months of 2008, or 250 million recorded in the first years of the Decade. However, not all the products have suffered this crisis the same way: while the physical market has fallen to critical levels according to the Organization, which estimates that decreased by 30.5% during the current year, the digital continues to grow although at one lower level than in 2010 (the growth has happened in a year of 30% to 15.4%). Streaming, the favorite model of the digital market users also has a new ally in the streaming (type Spotify in its free version) services. Although revenue by this route are less profitable (about 10 million euros in 2011), the model has experienced a spectacular rise of 303%, consolidating itself as the favorite system of consuming legal users of Internet music.
Concerning the causes of the decline in sales, Promusicae says openly to piracy. It is simply that the Spaniards have grown accustomed to not paying for access to music, gives the same format in which it is consumed, denounces its President, Antonio Guisasola, who also claims a law which fails to regularise the music distribution. The law Sinde arrives late. In reality, still has not come, ensures, without law or concert against illegal downloads, the contents are still going through the network () and nobody can act. Lastly, the Organization regrets that the passivity of the Government has led to a popular imagery in which the music has no value and the profiteers who spread it are seen as liberators of culture rather than parasites that are really.
Second footballer than most goals marked in one calendar year, after Muller. Argentine striker of Barcelona, Lionel Messi, exceeded at the Iberostar Stadium in Palma, in Majorca, 75 goals that marked Brazilian Edson Arantes do Nascimento Pele in 1958, to sign a doublet that puts you with 76 goals scored in 2012. Messi has beaten O Rei registration against the Balearic set, to be the author of the 0-2 (min.44) and (min.70) 2-4 in a win that result from his team in Mallorca. Thus, the flea is already the second footballer to most goals marked in a calendar year. The first is still the German front Torpedo Gerd Muller, who scored 85 targets in 1972. Leo Messi continues breaking records and is among the top ten scorers in the history of the League. See more: Messi surpasses Pele and already adds 76 goals in 2012.