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180 Grados - De 'Cumpleaños Total' - 26/05/17  

Aprovechamos el cumpleaños de Leyre Guerrero ('Na Na Na', los domingos, a las 17h, en Radio 3) para seleccionar una hora y felicitar a todos los que cumplen durante este mes de mayo, que son muchos y casi todos los protagonistas de esta sesión:

GREEN DAY - She, RAMONES – Sheena Is A Punk Rocker, LOS PLANETAS - Cumpleaños Total, AMATRIA - Animal, KYLIE MINOGUE - I Can’t Get You Our Of My Head, THE SMITHS -Bigmouth Strikes Again, OASIS - Rock and Roll Star, NIRVANA - Breed, NINE INCH NAILS - Everything, DEPECHE MODE - Personal Jesus, RUN DMC - It’s Like That, RAGE AGAINTS THE MACHINE - Know Your Enemy, JOHN FOGERTY feat. FOO FIGHTERS - Fortunate Son, THE HIVES - Go Right Ahead, ADELE - Rolling In The Deep, BOB DYLAN - I Shall Be Released


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This Week in Google 406: Call Me Mr. Pruneface  

Google releases the Jamboard, their smart whiteboard. How Google's ATAP has changed. Google can now track your offline credit card purchases. Why is it so hard to get Android apps on Chromebooks? What is Fuschia? Android Automotive will take over your car's dashboard. Java creator James Gosling is going to AWS. 1Password introduces Travel Mode to protect you at the border. Chaos Computer Club demonstrates how to hack Samsung's Iris Detection with just a camera and a contact lens. The FCC really wants to kill net neutrality, and they will beat you up if you ask them polite questions. Ford's new CEO is all about self-driving cars, but Waymo has a huge lead over everyone else. Uber angers customers, drivers, and pretty much the entire city of Pittsburgh.

Jeff's Number: Google Street view is 10 years old, and artists love it.Stacey's Thing: WeMo Dimmer SwitchRon Amadeo's Stuff: Elegato Stream Deck

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Stacey Higginbotham

Guest: Ron Amadeo

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TWiG 406: Call Me Mr. Pruneface  

Google releases the Jamboard, their smart whiteboard. How Google's ATAP has changed. Google can now track your offline credit card purchases. Why is it so hard to get Android apps on Chromebooks? What is Fuschia? Android Automotive will take over your car's dashboard. Java creator James Gosling is going to AWS. 1Password introduces Travel Mode to protect you at the border. Chaos Computer Club demonstrates how to hack Samsung's Iris Detection with just a camera and a contact lens. The FCC really wants to kill net neutrality, and they will beat you up if you ask them polite questions. Ford's new CEO is all about self-driving cars, but Waymo has a huge lead over everyone else. Uber angers customers, drivers, and pretty much the entire city of Pittsburgh.

Jeff's Number: Google Street view is 10 years old, and artists love it.Stacey's Thing: WeMo Dimmer SwitchRon Amadeo's Stuff: Elegato Stream Deck

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Stacey Higginbotham

Guest: Ron Amadeo

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Stylist Ellie Uyttenbroek maakt je bewust van inspiratie door 'de ander'  

Stylist Ellie Uyttenbroek werd bekend van de serie 'Exactitudes', waar ze samen met fotograaf Ari Versluis opvallende kledingcodes van verschillende groepen in de samenleving bijeen bracht. Ook in ander werk houdt ze zich bezig met opvallende stijlfiguren. Als gastcurator stelde ze voor het Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam de tentoonstelling 'Etnomanie' samen. Met 100 bewerkte etno-historische foto’s maakt Uyttenbroek duidelijk dat kleding en stijl uit andere tijden en culturen een blijvende inspiratiebron zijn voor de huidige generatie (mode)ontwerpers. Pieter van der Wielen spreekt met Ellie Uyttenbroek. (foto: Jan Willem Kaldenbach)

Episode 269 - Alien: Covenant & Alien 2: On Earth  

This week Greg and Casey (AND DAN) check out Alien: Covenant while Dan sees Alien 2: On Earth. Then we discuss By Divine Right's rehash of Depeche Mode's Speak and Spell. All this and more! Be sure to check out our Patreon page and subscribe here: https://www.patreon.com/ModernSuperior

Le commerce du cheveu en Chine  

Victoria Beckham, Angelina Jolie, Céline Dion…ces célébrités ont montré l’exemple : pour arborer une véritable crinière de lionne, il suffit d’étoffer sa propre chevelure grâce à des « extensions », comprenez des cheveux coupés sur les têtes d’autres femmes. Une mode qui a fait décoller le marché mondial du cheveu.   Des touffes blondes, châtains et noires brillantes, assemblées en chignons et accrochées au mur ou entassées dans des caisses au sol : nous voilà dans l’empire du cheveu 100% humain de Madame Zhao.    « La qualité du cheveu chinois est bonne, il est résistant et de longue durée. Ce sont les filles des campagnes qui vendent leurs cheveux. Ensuite, ils sont désinfectés à température ultra-haute. La Chine est le principal marché. Même si sur l’emballage est marqué ‘d’origine brésilienne’, il s’agit en fait de cheveux chinois.»   En 2016, la Chine a exporté des cheveux naturels pour une valeur d’un milliard d’euros. 40% de ces extensions, perruques et autres postiches finissent sur les têtes de clientes américaines, 30% partent en Afrique. Son prix au kilo : 170€ en moyenne.   Dans une boutique, des employés repassent des postiches. Une commerçante nous tend une épaisse mèche noire : « touchez, c’est tout doux », assure la jeune patronne qui se réjouit de son chiffre d'affaire de 130 000 € par mois. Son seul souci : les cheveux se font rares !    « La demande dépasse de loin l’offre. Cela devient dur de trouver des cheveux humains, les filles chinoises ne portent plus de nattes, ce qui rend la matière première chère. Voyez, cette postiche de 40 centimètres, je la vends à 70€. »   Le Vietnam, la Birmanie ou l’Indonésie, autant de pays qui fournissent des mèches brutes aux usines chinoises où les ouvriers les démêlent, lavent, teintent et confectionnent. Au total, 4 millions de personnes travailleraient dans le filon du cheveu chinois. La Chine a même évincé son rival l’Inde et contrôle désormais 90% de ce marché en pleine croissance.  

Risky Business #456 -- Your MSP *will* get you owned  

On this week’s show Adam pops in to discuss the week’s news. (Links below) After the news segment Adam and Patrick both chat about topics near and dear to their hearts: Shoddy infosec marketing and shoddy MSP security.

This week’s show is brought to you by WordFence, a company that makes a WordPress security plugin. It’s not so much an enterprise security tool, but it turns out that when you run two million Wordpress plugins you wind up collecting some pretty valuable threat intel and IOCs. WordFence’s Mark Maunder joins the show this week to talk about WordPress security and malware distribution!

You can add Patrick, or Adam on Twitter if that’s your thing. Show notes are below…

Show notes More people infected by recent WCry worm can unlock PCs without paying ransom | Ars Technica There’s new evidence tying WCry ransomware worm to prolific hacking group | Ars Technica Windows 7, not XP, was the reason last week’s WCry worm spread so widely | Ars Technica EternalRocks Worm Spreads Seven NSA SMB Exploits | Threatpost | The first stop for security news PATCH Act Calls for VEP Review Board | Threatpost | The first stop for security news US politicians think companies should be allowed to 'hack back' after WannaCry Sweden Drops Julian Assange's Rape Charge, But the WikiLeaks Founder Won't Go Free | WIRED Examining the FCC claim that DDoS attacks hit net neutrality comment system | Ars Technica Google Elevates Security in Android O | Threatpost | The first stop for security news Android Gets Security Makeover With Google Play Protect | Threatpost | The first stop for security news Any Half-Decent Hacker Could Break Into Mar-a-Lago, We Tested It | Gizmodo Australia Senate's Use of Signal A Good First Step, Experts Say | Threatpost | The first stop for security news Should SaaS Companies Publish Customers Lists? — Krebs on Security Private Eye Allegedly Used Leaky Goverment Tool in Bid to Find Tax Data on Trump — Krebs on Security Yahoo Retires ImageMagick After Bugs Leak Server Memory | Threatpost | The first stop for security news Twitter Bug Allowed Hackers To Tweet From Any Account - Motherboard Breaking the iris scanner locking Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is laughably easy | Ars Technica Subtitle Hack Leaves 200 Million Vulnerable to Remote Code Execution | Threatpost | The first stop for security news Apple Patches Pwn2Own Vulnerabilities in Safari, macOS, iOS | Threatpost | The first stop for security news BostonGlobe.com disables articles when your browser’s in private mode | Ars Technica Gravityscan - Free Website Malware and Vulnerability Scanner WordPress Security Plugin | Wordfence
Tech News Today 1774: Toss Your Dongles  

Microsoft introduced the new Surface Pro with configurations including Core m3 and Core i5 models up to Intel's seventh generation Kaby Lake processor. They utilize an improved hinge design, offer 13.5 hours of battery life, and support for the Surface Dial, but no longer include the Surface Pen inside the box.

Microsoft is also making inroads with the Chinese government by creating a version of Windows 10 that's just for them. It's called the Windows 10 China Government Edition and it's based on Windows 10 Enterprise Edition.

The Chaos Computer Club demonstrated how to fool a Samsung Galaxy S8's iris scanning technology to access the device. The process includes taking a digital picture of the owner's face from up to 15 feet away using the night mode setting, printing that photo onto paper, dropping a wet contact lens onto the eye ball, and flashing that in front of the phone to gain entry.

Also in the news today, Google's AlphaGo beats the Go champion in their first round of play. The Netflix of China is failing and has pivoted to focus on the Chinese speaking community in the US, and Robocop has come to Dubai to detect your emotions.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/tech-news-today.

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TNT 1774: Toss Your Dongles  

Microsoft introduced the new Surface Pro with configurations including Core m3 and Core i5 models up to Intel's seventh generation Kaby Lake processor. They utilize an improved hinge design, offer 13.5 hours of battery life, and support for the Surface Dial, but no longer include the Surface Pen inside the box.

Microsoft is also making inroads with the Chinese government by creating a version of Windows 10 that's just for them. It's called the Windows 10 China Government Edition and it's based on Windows 10 Enterprise Edition.

The Chaos Computer Club demonstrated how to fool a Samsung Galaxy S8's iris scanning technology to access the device. The process includes taking a digital picture of the owner's face from up to 15 feet away using the night mode setting, printing that photo onto paper, dropping a wet contact lens onto the eye ball, and flashing that in front of the phone to gain entry.

Also in the news today, Google's AlphaGo beats the Go champion in their first round of play. The Netflix of China is failing and has pivoted to focus on the Chinese speaking community in the US, and Robocop has come to Dubai to detect your emotions.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/tech-news-today.

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Episode 36 - Charlène Seateun "La pression de la mode est aussi sur les courts de tennis"  

La mode est aussi présente sur les courts de tennis. C'est ce qu'on apprend au travers de ce témoignage avec une ancienne championne de tennis. Charlène Seateun a 23 ans, elle nous parle des codes vestimentaires sur les tournois, de la pression des sponsors sur les joueurs et de son envie de s'affranchir de ces mêmes codes en achetant ses propre tenues de tennis sur les marchés. Une jeune femme libre qui nous parle sans tabou d'un milieu assez inconnu du grand public. Réalisation sonore et montage : Florence Baumann

WDR 5 Leonardo Ganze Sendung (23.05.2017)  

Ist der Hipster tatsächlich nur ein Mode-Phänomen? Oder hat er auch ein gesellschaftspolitisches Anliegen? Diese Frage war bisher der Popkultur vorbehalten. Neuerdings beschäftigen sich aber auch immer mehr Wissenschaftler damit. - Moderation: Simone Schlosser

Comment saisir le conseil de prud'hommes ?  

Le conseil de Prud'hommes est institution dont le nom est connu de tous mais dont le mode de fonctionnement reste parfois obscur. Olivier Tonnelier reçoit Bernard Augier.

"The Crossover Shot"- Digital Photography Podcast 585  

This is The Digital Story Podcast #585, May 23, 2017. Today's theme is "The Crossover Shot" I'm Derrick Story.

Opening Monologue

How many times have you held back a shot because you thought it was too cliche? Or maybe it featured what we call a mature subject, such as a sunset or the Golden Gate Bridge. But, maybe, just maybe, it's more artistic than you realize. And it's even possible that both photographers and the general public would admire it. That's what I call the crossover shot. And it's the first topic for today's show.

Digital Photography Podcast 585

The Crossover Shot

I want to start by telling you a story that happened just a few days ago. Seven of us were reviewing 3 days worth of pictures that we had captured on the Northern Sonoma Coast. This is postcard territory for sure, and one of the biggest internal struggles group members were having was choosing eight original images for the final class presentation.

Among the various subjects, everyone had a sunset shot. Yet, not one of those dazzling twilight images made it into the final presentation. And afterwards, as we talked about our choices, each photographer felt that it was either too cliche or that someone else would present theirs. So no-one did.

This gave me the opportunity to talk about the crossover shot. Images that appeal to both the hardened photographer as well as the Mom with loving eyes. And from that discussion, I have five key points to share with you today.

Just Because It's Common, that Doesn't Mean it's Bad - Most of us are leery of photographing postcard subjects. But that doesn't mean that you can't add your own artistry to them.

Just Because It's Difficult, that Doesn't Mean it's Good - Yes, we're proud of those images that we had to work really hard to capture. But...

We're Often Not the Best Judge of Our Own Work - Having non-photographers review and comment on our photos helps bring balance to our final selects.

Consider a Mix for Your Final Choices - If someone lobbies hard for an image that you feel isn't artistic enough, consider including it with one that you also feel strongly about.

Respect for Those Who Achieve Crossover - And learn from them. Just because someone is popular, that doesn't mean they've sold out. A Remote Trigger As Well

In order to accurately measure the flash output on your subject, you want to measuring from that position. So how do our trigger the flashes?

The Sekonic Speedmaster L-858D-U handheld light meter also is compatible with optional radio triggering modules for PocketWizard, Elinchrom EL-Skyport system, and the Phottix Strato/II protocol.

These modules provide multiple zones, flash power control (except for Phoenix), and model light control (except for Phoenix). And since this is a radio system, you can stand just about anywhere, inside or out, to trigger the flashes and take a reading. The Speedmaster also provides the old school PC terminal connector for those who use wired systems as well. And if you don't want to mess with any of that, there's a tripod socket in the bottom of the unit, so you can mount it on a stand.

If you want to learn more about the Sekonic Speedmaster L-858D-U handheld light meter, visit the link in these show notes.

More Stupid Photographer Moves

Here are some of my favorites from the TDS Facebook comments on last week's podcast.

Mark: Yup, I've done the 'Went out with a spare discharged battery', and I can add one 'Formatted the wrong card' (fortunately without erasing any good images that mattered!).

Carl: Realizing half way through a shoot that the only memory card I have is nearly full because I failed to format it. Now that I think about it this is two stupid mistakes.

Richard: I often leave the house with just a camera and lens...and no memory card. Then I'm just carrying jewelry.

Rob: My doh moments: camera still in bracketing mode from the day before, and I wonder what is wonky with the exposures.

Jim: I routinely found myself with a bag of discharged batteries. Now when I charge a battery I wrap an elastic band around it. Now the discharged ones are easily identifiable because they are the ones in my bag with no elastic on them. It also has a side benefit in that it prevents anything in the camera bag from shorting the terminals.

Jerry (from our recent workshop): Yes, I put my batteries in their chargers on the power strip before I went to bed. Problem was, the switch on the power strip was off. So I was looking at a day of exciting workshop shooting with a batch of dead batteries.

New Capture One Pro 10 Training Videos

lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning have just released Capture One Pro 10 Essential Training. And I talk about this title, and those related to it, during this segment of today's show.

Updates and Such

Big thanks to all of our Patreon members! I was able to pay for the podcast server and the backup system from last month's pledges. Your contributions are making a positive impact.

Registration invitations have gone out to Reserve List members for the Autumn in Wine Country Photography Workshop. If you are on the Reserve List, but didn't get your invite, please contact me. You can learn more about the workshops by visiting the TDS Workshops Page.

B&H and Amazon tiles on www.thedigitalstory. If you click on them first, you're helping to support this podcast. And speaking of supporting this show, and big thanks to our Patreon Inner Circle members.

And finally, be sure to visit our friends at Red River Paper for all of your inkjet supply needs.

See you next week!

More Ways to Participate

Want to share photos and talk with other members in our virtual camera club? Check out our Flickr Public Group. And from those images, I choose the TDS Member Photo of the Day.

Podcast Sponsors

Sekonic Light Meters - Learn more about the amazing Sekonic Speedmaster L-858D-U handheld light meter by listening to next week's show and visiting the Sekonic web site.

Red River Paper - Keep up with the world of inkjet printing, and win free paper, by liking Red River Paper on Facebook.

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08. Fun Home  

Vi lajvar Stil i P1 och pratar mode i Europa. Det handlar också om jordgubbar, ostar och kärleken till musikal. och kärleken till FUN HOME. Det kan också hända att vi pratar om publikgrannar igen.

Kritik af forfatteres valg af temaer og mode til gamle hiphopper (1)  

Er unge danske forfattere for pligtskyldige i valg af temaer? Hvordan bliver man gammel hiphopper med stil? Hvad laver Det Lutherske Verdensforbund?

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TAGP 65: 5 Questions To Ask Yourself To Reach Self Mastery  

"Self Mastery Is The Powerful Combination Of Control And Flexibility."

When we talk about self mastery we're talking about people that live mindfully. Mindful living means not falling for the traps of your default mode network (DMN), the part of your brain that thinks and behaves unconsciously.

Unconscious living means putting your life in the hands of others. A persons belief becomes your belief, the gloomy weather means an ugly day, and if something feels wrong than it must be wrong.

"Self Mastery Means Standing Guard At the Doorway Of Your Mind, And Allowing Only The Rational And Big Picture To Enter In."

The difference between average and successful people is their level of psychological development. Successful doesn't have to mean in any given aspect either. Some people can view success as simply living out their passion, or sitting on a bench, hearing the birds chirping, and simply being in that present moment.

As you probably already know and understand well, the mind doesn't naturally become broadened/flexible in it's thinking.

It Takes Commitment, Repetition, Emotion, And A Willingness To Change

But Dennis, why wouldn't someone want to change their lives for the better? Improving their physical, spiritual, emotional and mental health is a given isn't it? Well, not really.

If you're ever heard the saying "most people would rather die than to think," you know where i'm coming from. The very idea of change takes the conscious mind completely out of the game, and it checks out. It wants nothing to do with it since familiarity is what it loves.

In This Episode Of The Anxiety Guy Podcast We'll Be Discussing:

When you'll know you've reached self mastery
Reasons why some people will never change their realities
Where we go wrong along the journey

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