guidelines for arts information contributors—An
Account of the History
of records & recording
Submit Your write-up of a recording event Now
A step-by-step account that covers key events in the field of
arts-related records and recording since the dawn of history.
stop!—before you proceed...
How to submit your recording event for publication
You are being asked to write and submit a concise description of a single
recording event or accomplishment in the history of records and recording that
Electricka can publish. It will become a single line item in The Table Of
Publishing your description is a simple, 2-step procedure:
- Read this guideline. It explains everything you need to know to prepare
your recording event for submission.
- Fill out and submit an Arts Information form. It explains everything
you need to know to send your recording event for publication.
Submit your recording event now
- Electricka does not notify visitors of where and when to find the arts
information they submit:
- To discover if your submission is published,
feature called Recordings And Recording- An Historic Account and look for your
submission in The Table Of Recording History:
- It may
take several days for your arts information to appear. Please be patient
and keep looking.
Submissions to The Account Of the History Of Records &
Recording generally meet these requirements:
- A concise description of a single event or accomplishment in the history of records or
recording which includes a description of the nature of the event, names,
dates, impact, etc.
- Text only. No multimedia.
- Links to other web sites must be approved by Electricka.
- Written at least in part by a visitor to Electricka's web site or by a
collaboration of visitors.
- Primarily in English (foreign language names or expressions or other constructions are
fine, if appropriate).
- Less than about 500 or fewer words. As short as a single sentence.
- About a subject, topic, or theme of the author's own
choosing. (Subjects taken from or related to the arts, Electricka's web
site, and the muses are especially
- 100 percent original with the author(s) except for properly credited
quotations, citations, references, etc.
- One or more of the following applies to your write-up:
- Copyright or patent has expired or never existed.
- Images are in the public domain; they do not belong to anybody.
- You own them because you created them.
- You own the legal right to publish which you acquired from someone else.
- You have oral or written permission from the owner to publish.
- Completely finished by the author(s) when submitted. The Muse
Electricka's Staff will convert your submission into table format. Your account description can be accepted for publication even if it is not written especially for this feature.
It does not have to be submitted by the author(s). Electricka's policies
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