The concept that stood out the most to me was remixing because I can see it in day to day life. Remixing consists of altering an existing work. There are a lot of original songs and movies in todays age that are remade into something relatively the same but not quite the original.
During 2014, racism once again emerged in America. Thus, Annie was remade with a strong African American lead role. Annie, remade, also had many technological advances. No longer was she living in an orphanage. Annie was now living in a foster home that was much more modern than the orphanage pictured in 1999. The 2014 Annie involved cellular phones, social media, flat screen TVs, and many modern cars. The 1999 version of Annie did not have any of that except some cars but, they were the old-time classic cars not many people could afford. Annie in 2014 did just as well if not better then it did in 1999.
A lot of music nowadays is also remixed from the original version. Robert Hazard sang the original song, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" in 1979 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aLNwOxPsjg). Cyndi Lauper then remixed it to her own version in 1983 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIb6AZdTr-A) and in 2008 Miley Cyrus took it upon herself to remix it once more(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmzDyOAaRJE). Each time this song was redone it was altered just a little by the artist. The song kept the same lyrics but each time the style became more modern. The quality r of the song became more enhanced and adjusted to the era the song was being produced in.
Remixing is used in day to day life, especially for producers and artists. It is a concept that I believe will always stick around. It keeps the original purpose of things but alters them to make them more modern with technological advances.