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  • 00:12:47

    What Is High Performance?

    · THE BRENDON SHOW

    We all want to live and maintain our full potential, to reach and sustain what is called “high performance.” Definition: high performance is “succeeding above and beyond standard norms over the long-term.” Here’s what I’ve learned about high performers as I’ve become the world’s most-followed and in-demand high performance coach:   1.Clarity:    High Performers have uncommon clarity about three things: (a) who they are, (b) what they desire and, (c) how they intend to perform and interact with other people. By knowing these things, they can stay true to themselves, in their zone, and highly intentional.    2. Energy:   High Performers experience and generate heightened and sustained levels of energy through training, discipline and focus. You can literally feel their energy because they’ve become present, vibrant, strong through their choices, nutrition, and conditioning.    3. Courage:   High Performers are more likely than others to speak up for themselves and to take more risks and bolder actions. Their courage helps them get ahead because when everyone else quits at the first signs of criticism or difficulty or risk, they march on.    4. Productivity:   High Performers simply produce more in the same amount of time as everybody else. They get into experiences deeper than others, and they become more efficient and prolific as well. That’s why they get ahead faster.    5. Influence:   High Performers have better people skills; they give others more time, attention and caring, and as a result, other people admire, respect and help them. Their kindness and generosity draws people and often puts them in leadership positions.    The most important lesson I’ve learned is that High Performers are not born; they are conditioned by habit and practice.    Get mp3/transcript of this episode: http://tmblr.co/ZTb1Dv1jJK0mz Get Brendon's new book free: ‪http://MotivationManifesto.com Join Brendon's 2MIL FB fans: ‪http://FB.com/BrendonBurchardFan Join his email list: http://www.Brendon.com Instagram: ‪http://instagram.com/brendonburchard LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendonburchard iTunes free podcast: ‪http://j.mp/THE_CHARGED_LIFE Twitter: ‪https://twitter.com/brendonburchard   -------------------- ABOUT BRENDON --------------------   Brendon Burchard is the most watched personal development trainer in the world and a Top 100 Most Followed Public Figure on Facebook. Over 30,000,000 people watched his videos in the last 12 months, and over 15,000,000 see his posts every week on Facebook. A #1 New York Times bestselling author, his books include The Motivation Manifesto, The Charge, The Millionaire Messenger, and Life’s Golden Ticket.    At the age of 19, Brendon was in a car accident that inspired him to turn his life around and follow his dream to be a writer and trainer. He failed at first, going bankrupt as he strove to write his first personal development book. But by the age of 32, he became a #1 bestselling author and a multimillionaire as an early pioneer in the online education space. Since then, he has dedicated his life to helping others find their charge and share their voice with the world.    Larry King named Brendon "one of the top motivation and marketing trainers in the world." SUCCESS Magazine named him in their Top 25 Most Influential in Personal Development along with legends like Oprah, Tony Robbins, Joel Osteen, Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman, Deepak Chopra, and Wayne Dyer.   To learn more about his seminars, book, and online courses, visit him at www.Brendon.com.   -------------------- ABOUT THE CHARGED LIFE --------------------   The Charged Life is a weekly self-help show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #high performance strategies with bestselling author, motivational speaker and High Performance Academy founder Brendon Burchard. Filmed in one take, without any notes or prompter, the show has become one of the most viewed direct-to-camera self-help series in the history of Youtube. It has also been the #1 Podcast in all of iTunes and is regularly in the top podcasts in Self-Help and Health categories around the globe. Subscribe to the free motivational podcast here: ‪https://itun.es/i66Y78r   -------------------- SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE OR ITUNES --------------------   Never miss a video: ‪http://j.mp/BrendonsYouTube Download all the audios/podcasts: ‪http://j.mp/THE_CHARGED_LIFE Join the newsletter: www.Brendon.com

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  • Cantate Domino: Canto Gregoriano (Coro de monjas benedictinas de Sainte Marie de Maumont)

    · Música Clásica para la Relajación y la Meditaci

    Lista de canciones 1. Et nunc sequor - Antiphon 2. Posuit - Antiphon 7th Mode 3. Annulo suo - Antiphon 7th Mode 4. Ecce quod - Antiphon 1st Mode 5. Tibi dixit - Introit 3rd Mode 6. Exaudi, Domine - Introit 1st Mode 7. Adjuvabit eam - Gradual 5th Mode 8. Exsulta satis - Offertory 3rd Mode 9. Exsulta - Communion 4th Mode 10. Hodie Nobis - Christmas Responsory 8th Mode 11. Verbum - Christmas Responsory 8th Mode 12. Adorate Deum - Introit 7th Mode 13. Recordare - Offertory 1st Mode 14. Deus, vitam - Gradual 8th Mode 15. Sciant gentes - Gradual 1st Mode 16. Audi filia - Gradual 7th Mode 17. Cognovi, Domine - Introit 3rd Mode 18. Me exspectaverunt - Introit 2nd Mode 19. Principes - Communion 1st Mode 20. Confundantur - Communion 1st Mode 21. Ego Autem - Introit 1st Mode 22. Confortamini - Offertory 4th Mode 23. Dicite - Communion 7th Mode 24. Caligaverunt - Good Friday Responsory 5th Mode 25. Plange quasi - Holy Saturday Responsory 5th Mode 26. Ecce quomodo - Holy Saturday Responsory 4th Mode 27. Pacha nostrum - Alleluia 7th Mode

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  • 00:15:46

    ADU 0690: How can I fly in Attitude Mode with my Mavic Pro?

    · Ask Drone U

    Today, we talk about Attitude Mode.  Lance from New Jersey wants to learn to fly in Attitude Mode, so he called in to ask for some tips.Currently, Lance flies a Mavic Pro.  He wants to get the smooth, buttery shots that Attitude Mode can provide.  Of course, his main problem is that the Mavic Pro doesn’t feature Attitude Mode.  The Mavic Pro does have a Cinematic Mode as one of its Intelligent Flight Mode options, but how does it compare? Truthfully, Mavic’s Cinematic Mode is not a strong substitute for Attitude Mode.  While it does facilitate smoother shots, it does not offer the variety of benefits that Attitude Mode provides.  The Mavic Pro’s manual mode, on the other hand, is a better alternative.However, there is no true substitution for Attitude Mode.  It enables you to be flexible and versatile in a way that no other flight mode does.  Luckily, we’ll be offering an exclusive webinar on 11/29/17 for Drone U members on getting Attitude Mode for your drone.Undeniably, you’ll need to learn to fly in Attitude Mode at some point.  It will help you to become the best pilots you can be.  Ultimately, flying in GPS Mode is like flying with the training wheels on.We hope that we answered your question, Lance.  Thanks for the call!  Fly safe!P.S - Our friends at Videoblocks are currently offering a "Triple Bundle" package, which gives you full-access to copyright-free video, audio and images for only $149 per year!  Make sure to check them out!Also, the folks over at Energen are offering a special discount on their amazing batteries for all Drone U members.  Use one the following promo codes at checkout, depending on which battery you buy, to get a great deal on a killer battery:Energen A40 Model:  DRONEUA40Energen M10 Model:  DRONEU M10Energen P40 Mode:  DRONEU P40Get your questions answered: http://askdroneu.com/.If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us really quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832.Follow us:Site - http://thedroneu.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/droneuInstagram - https://instagram.com/thedroneu/Twitter - https://twitter.com/thedroneuYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/droneuGet your copy of "Livin’ the Drone Life" - http://amzn.to/2nalUDHGet your copy of our Part 107 Study Guide - http://amzn.to/2omQatTTimestamps Today's question revolves around flying the Mavic Pro in Attitude Mode Will Cinematic Mode help you fly in Attitude Mode? Paul suggests some practical ways of practicing in Attitude Mode We share details about our upcoming webinar which has some great content that will help you fly in Attitude Mode What are some of the limitations of the Mavic Pro? Does the Phantom 4 Pro handle Attitude Mode much better? What are some of reasons to master flying in Attitude Mode? Discussing why Attitude Mode is more suited for urban and remote environments How can you Drone U help you be a better pilot? 

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  • 00:18:04

    How to Chill Out & Enjoy It More | Ep 9

    · Inspiring Mama | A Happiness Podcast For Moms & Dads

    How can we, as parents, relax and enjoy the ride a little more? In this episode, host Lauren Fire discusses what it means to "chill out" when you are stressed and how you can actually change the way that you move and breathe to change the way your body processes stress.  Learn a quick way to feel more relaxed and present during a busy day. Learn how to live and work at a pace that doesn’t mean you sacrifice your health and happiness to take care of your family. And learn how to enjoy it all at the same time!   Summary: I have 2 gears. I either work at a crazy fast pace or I’m crashed out on the couch.  I run, then I burnout. Then I run again. And so on.  I’m like the Hare in the old fable The Tortoise and the Hare.  But instead of sleeping, I’m by the side of the rode watching Mad Men re-runs to zone out, while the Tortoise passes me by.  At this pace, it’s hard to take care of myself.  As a result I’m burned out and exhausted much of the time. But I’m keeping up! Ever feel that way? How do we find a sustainable pace that doesn’t cause us to sacrifice our own health and happiness to take care of our families? And how do we enjoy it all at the same time? 1. Turn Off Survival Mode The first step to finding a sustainable and enjoyable pace is to see what pace or “mode” you’re currently operating in. Look at how you move through your day. Are you running at a hurried and frenzied pace much of the time?  Are you in more of a “survival mode” or are you in more of “enjoyment mode”?  In survival mode, when your son forgot his lunch or the baby missed a nap, you handle it the like a plane crashed and you have to fight off the smoke monster. A slow driver makes you feel like you’re going to rear end him on principal alone.  In survival mode, everything is important, everyone is annoying or frustrating, and you feel like you are always running to catch up.  Honestly, I think I’ve lived on survival mode since I was 18 when my parents got a divorce.  I felt I had to start taking care of myself, grow up, and I started pushing myself to succeed, to work harder, to be the best. Failure was never an option.   Sometimes we need survival mode. We need to act first, kick butt, and take names later. But if you notice that you are prone to burning out or to needing to “zone out” just to keep going, you may be stuck in survival mode.  You may have forgotten that you have a choice in the matter! What’s wrong with survival mode?  First off, it’s actually hazardous to your health.  In survival mode, you are more prone to hit your body’s stress response.  Follow me here, I’m going into biology a bit. Your stress response is your body’s emergency alert system, readying your body to run from a tiger. When that alert is triggered, your body dumps stress chemicals that allow your body to perform at a higher level, to run faster for example.   The alert also causes your body to shut down parts of your system, to divert it’s precious resources to dealing with the tiger. So if you trigger your stress response regularly at smaller events, like slow drivers or tantruming toddlers, your body may be diverting energy from other systems like your immune system or reproductive organs. Ever noticed your body breaking down during times of stress?  Even worse, the more you hit that alert, the easier it gets to trigger, so the more often it will get triggered. This means that as stress increases, your body’s ability to process it actually decreases.  It’s a vicious cycle that I’ve actually been stuck it in many, many times.  Ever had something simple, like a pile of laundry, make you feel like crying or just giving up? This is why.  This is burnout.  And if you operate in a survival mode, like I do, it will keep happening to you.  We need to chill out.  We need to live more in enjoyment mode.  Enjoyment mode is the opposite of survival mode. When you are on enjoyment mode, you don’t sweat the small stuff. You do what needs to be done, but if you make a mistake you are able to let yourself off the hook.  You move through the day slower, at a more deliberate pace. You feel happier and more relaxed. The same slow  driver that drove you over the edge in survival mode now just makes you chuckle.  You are able to enjoy your life more.  We all have the capacity to operate in either mode. But which do you spend more time in?  If you are in survival mode more often, it’s time to ask yourself why? Look back at your life and ask see – was there an event that caused you to feel you needed this mode? Do you still need it?  2. How to Chill Out…You Gotta Gear Down  How fast do you move? How tense are you?  If you were to compare yourself to a car, what speed are you running at most often.   I move very fast. Sometimes I feel like that I can totally relate to that little mouse, Speedy Gonzalez.  I don’t know why. I just do.  If you were to take a deep breath right now, does it feel a little forced? If I said to you – relax your jaw – would you suddenly realize it has been super tense?  Both speed and tension cause your body to think it should be stressed. Your thoughts are not the only thing influencing your stress response. The way you move your body, breath, and carry yourself all influence your stress response.  Your body is constantly feeling, sensing, and evaluating your circumstances to protect you from danger. You can tell your body to be on high alert, like a deer, or you can tell your body that it’s allllll goooood, just by changing a few things.  This exercise is called Gearing Down.  First, tell yourself you need to gear down. Just in your head, say it.  Imagine that you are a car, and you are dropping down into low gear. The car is still powerful, but it’s moving a little slower. Gear yourself down.  Now drop and ground yourself. If you don’t know how to ground yourself, check out my free mp3: How to Ground Yourself – Your Emotional Reset Button.  As you ground yourself, notice your breathing. Are you breathing shallowly? Are you holding your breath? Take a few deep breaths and let your breathing go.  Next, I want you to start moving slower. Just slow everything down. If you are getting breakfast ready, do it…slower. Open the fridge in 3 beats instead of 1. Move across the kitchen in 4 steps instead of 2. Walk slower, cut slower.  When you slow down, you will notice that you have to relax a little. Just as it’s hard to move fast and not be tense, it’s hard to move slowly and not relax.  Slowing down will also get you out of you head and into the present moment.  When you gear down while playing with your children, feeding, or spending time with your partner, you will notice that you enjoy it more. It’s nice, like coming home.   When you gear down, you actually get to treasure the moments with your children in real time.   But you first have to let yourself enjoy it more. At lot of us operate on survival mode because we think we have to.  We work ourselves to the bone to prove something to ourselves or to someone else. We don’t let ourselves enjoy the fruits of our labor, much less our labor!  But you can’t chill out if you don’t give yourself the gift of slowing down. You deserve it. You can work hard AND enjoy it.   Remember, just because you don’t move at the speed of light doesn’t mean you’re not doing a fantastic job!  So gear down mama and start chilling out and enjoying more of your life!  

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  • 01:01:38

    Simon Patterson - Open Up - 061 - Vertical Mode Guest Mix

    · Simon Patterson - Open Up

    Simon is back on BBC Radio 1 this week so Vertical Mode have stepped in for the guest mix!1. Vertical Mode vs Major7 vs Capital Monkey - Pure Progressive [HOMmega]2. Vertical Mode vs Major7 - Major Mode [Iboga Trance]3. Vertical Mode - Codes of D.N.A [Sourcecode Transmissions]4. Vertical Mode vs Ace Ventura - ID5. Vertical Mode - Push It Down (Zentura Remix) [HOMmega]6. Vertical Mode - Blue Muse (Timelock Remix) [Dropzone Records]7. Vertical Mode - Lazer Shot (Symbolic Remix) [Iboga Trance]8. Vertical Mode - Alien Rock9. Astrix - Dharma (Vertical Mode Remix)10. Pixel & Freedom Fighters - Trick n' Treat (Vertical Mode Remix) [HOMmega]11. Vertical Mode - Radio Active [HOMmega]

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  • La moda 'alta costura' y 'prêt-à-porter'

    · Curso de francés: Parlez-vous Paris?

    Aprenda francés con Aída, una joven periodista española que está en París desde hace cinco meses. ¡Sueña con volverse periodista de moda! Estamos en las Galeries Lafayette con Charlotte Rosier, coach en moda, quien le va a explicar el funcionamiento de la industria de la moda. Desde la creación hasta la comercialización de una colección Les collections sont conçues six à huit mois à l'avance. 1) On fait un carnet de tendance : on cherche des indices, on flaire la mode de demain. 2) On regroupe les idées par thèmes : chaque thème comprend des matières, des formes de vêtements et des détails particuliers. 3) Le styliste crée sa collection avec les thèmes choisis, une ou deux saisons à l’avance. a. Il sélectionne les tissus définitifs, prévoit les imprimés ou broderies, et les petits accessoires (attaches, boutons, clips, etc.). b. Il présente ses créations sous forme de dessins techniques accompagnés d'un échantillon du tissu choisi. 4) Le modéliste réalise un patronage du vêtement à partir de ces dessins techniques. Il monte des prototypes pour voir si le vêtement correspond au modèle imaginé. 5) L’industrialisation a. Le patronnier réalise le patron définitif du vêtement et les plans des pièces complémentaires (doublures, thermocollants, etc.). b. Le gradeur décline le patron dans toutes les tailles, en se référant à des tableaux de mensurations moyennes nationales. 6) La confection : les vêtements sont produits en plus ou moins grande quantité. Ils sont ensuite emballés et expédiés dans les différents points de vente. Prêt-à-porter vs. alta costura Haute couture Née en France à la fin du XIXe siècle, la haute couture est une appellation protégée par la loi : - Le travail de couture est réalisé dans les propres ateliers de la maison de couture. - Les habits sont faits sur mesure, adaptés à la taille de la personne qui va les acheter. - Toutes les finitions sont réalisées à la main avec des tissus souvent exclusifs. - Conçue pour une clientèle exclusive, elle sert de vitrine et de terrain de jeu aux couturiers. - Certains modèles peuvent avoir été créés spécialement pour un défilé de mode. Dans une collection, environ 20 % des modèles ne seront jamais commercialisés. Le prêt-à-porter - Les pièces sont produites en série, de façon industrielle. - Leur prix est beaucoup moins élevé. - Comme son nom l'indique, le prêt-à-porter est immédiatement commercialisable sans grande modification. - La majorité des pièces des défilés de prêt-à-porter se retrouvent 6 mois plus tard en boutique. Los eventos de la moda en París Les défilés La Fashion Week a vu le jour en 1943 aux Etats-Unis, à New York, pour mettre en avant les stylistes américains face au monopole de la France dans le domaine de la mode. Aujourd'hui, les principales fashion week ont lieu respectivement à New York, Londres, Milan et Paris, deux fois par an. Paris est la seule ville qui présente des défilés « haute couture ». La Fashion Week de Paris peut voir défiler jusqu'à une centaine de marques. Le coût d'un défilé peut aller de quelques dizaines à plusieurs centaines de milliers d'euros. À Paris, les plus grandes maisons de couture présentent jusqu'à six collections par an. Les plus importantes sont : - la collection « haute couture », printemps-été (en janvier) et automne-hiver (en juin) - la collection « prêt-à-porter », printemps-été (en septembre) et automne-hiver (en mars) Les musées de la mode Le Musée Galliera Dans le XVIème arrondissement, près de la place d’Iéna, à deux pas des plus prestigieuses vitrines de la couture, un palais d’inspiration Renaissance abrite le musée de la mode. Le musée présente des pièces de collection qui reflètent les codes de l’habillement en France, du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours. Avec plus de 100 000 vêtements et accessoires, les collections de Galliera sont parmi les plus riches au monde. La Cité de la Mode Ouvert en 2012, Les Docks - Cité de la Mode et du Design se trouve Quai d’Austerlitz, au bord de la Seine, dans un ancien entrepôt des Ports de Paris. Ce site organise des événements permettant les rencontres entre marques, designers, industries créatives, artisans et publics. On y trouve l’Institut Français de la Mode, un établissement d’enseignement supérieur et un centre de formation continue pour les industries du textile, de la mode, du luxe et du design. La Cité est ouverte jour et nuit (de 10h à minuit), sept jours sur sept, pour « s’aérer, shopper, manger et clubber » sur 1500 mètres carrés, à l’intérieur ou à l’extérieur, sur le toit ou dans les allées. La pregunta de Aída Aída : Alors, je voudrais savoir vraiment comment ça se passe ? Donc, il y a un défilé et, après ça, dans n’importe quelle boutique, comment on fait pour copier tout ça ? Charlotte Rosier : Alors le chemin, en fait, entre un vêtement qu’on trouve sur les podiums et le fait qu’il se retrouve en magasin… À partir du moment où il y a eu un défilé, il y a eu une tendance. Là, on va pouvoir retrouver dans ces magasins de créateurs, qui ont défilé, exactement les mêmes tenues à des prix qui sont beaucoup plus chers que ce qu’on a vu il y a quelques instants, chez Maje, Sandro, Comptoir des cotonniers , etc… À partir du moment où il y a les défilés qui ont lieu plusieurs mois à l’avance, les créateurs des autres petites marques – qui sont beaucoup plus accessibles pour tout le monde – vont se dire « Tiens, il va y avoir une tendance pour le bleu Klein, pour le far west, eh bien, toutes mes collections, je vais les orienter comme ça ». Et, c’est pour ça que c’est intéressant qu’il y ait des articles, des rédactrices qui écrivent des choses, parce que les petites marques s’en inspirent. Enlaces Galeries Lafayette : http://www.galerieslafayette.com/ Mademoiselle Charlotte, coach de mode : http://www.mademoiselle-charlotte-relooking.com/ Cité de la mode et du design : http://www.citemodedesign.fr/ Musée de la mode : http://www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr/fr

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  • 00:05:28

    Moda "alta costura" e "prêt-à-porter" em Paris

    · Curso de Francês: Parlez-vous Paris ?

    Aprenda francês com Aïda, jovem jornalista espanhola que está em Paris há cinco meses. Ela sonha em se tornar jornalista de moda! Nós estamos nas Galeries Lafayette com Charlotte Rosie, conselheira de moda, que vai explicar a Aïda como funciona a indústria da moda.  Da criação à comercialização de uma coleçãoLes collections sont conçues six à huit mois à l'avance.1. On fait un carnet de tendance : on cherche des indices, on flaire la mode de demain.2. On regroupe les idées par thèmes : chaque thème comprend des matières, des formes de vêtements et des détails particuliers.3. Le styliste crée sa collection avec les thèmes choisis, une ou deux saisons à l’avance. a) Il sélectionne les tissus définitifs, prévoit les imprimés ou broderies, et les petits accessoires (attaches, boutons, clips, etc.).b) Il présente ses créations sous forme de dessins techniques accompagnés d'un échantillon du tissu choisi.4. Le modéliste réalise un patronage du vêtement à partir de ces dessins techniques. Il monte des prototypes pour voir si le vêtement correspond au modèle imaginé.5. L’industrialisationa) le patronnier réalise le patron définitif du vêtement et les plans des pièces complémentaires (doublures, thermocollants, etc.).b) Le gradeur décline le patron dans toutes les tailles, en se référant à des tableaux de mensurations moyennes nationales.6. La confection : les vêtements sont produits en plus ou moins grande quantité. Ils sont ensuite emballés et expédiés dans les différents points de vente. Prêt-à-porter versus alta costuraHaute couture Née en France à la fin du XIXe siècle, la haute couture est une appellation protégée par la loi :- Le travail de couture est réalisé dans les propres ateliers de la maison de couture.- Les habits sont faits sur mesure, adaptés à la taille de la personne qui va les acheter.- Toutes les finitions sont réalisées à la main avec des tissus souvent exclusifs.- Conçue pour une clientèle exclusive, elle sert de vitrine et de terrain de jeu aux couturiers.- Certains modèles peuvent avoir été créés spécialement pour un défilé de mode. Dans une collection, environ 20 % des modèles ne seront jamais commercialisés.Le prêt-à-porter - Les pièces sont produites en série, de façon industrielle.- Leur prix est beaucoup moins élevé.- Comme son nom l'indique, le prêt-à-porter est immédiatement commercialisable sans grande modification.- La majorité des pièces des défilés de prêt-à-porter se retrouvent 6 mois plus tard en boutique. Eventos de moda em ParisLes défilésLa fashion week a vu le jour en 1943 aux Etats-Unis, à New York, pour mettre en avant les stylistes américains face au monopole de la France dans le domaine de la mode.Aujourd'hui, les principales fashion week ont lieu respectivement à New York, Londres, Milan et Paris, deux fois par an.Paris est la seule ville qui présente des défilés « haute couture ».La Fashion week de Paris peut voir défiler jusqu'à une centaine de marques.Le coût d'un défilé peut aller de quelques dizaines à plusieurs centaines de milliers d'euros.À Paris, les plus grandes maisons de couture présentent jusqu'à six collections par an. Les plus importantes sont :- la collection « haute couture », printemps-été (en janvier) et automne-hiver (en juin)- la collection « prêt-à-porter », printemps-été (en septembre) et automne-hiver (en mars) Les musées de la mode :Le Musée Galliera Dans le XVIème arrondissement, près de la place d’Iéna, à deux pas des plus prestigieuses vitrines de la couture, un palais d’inspiration Renaissance abrite le musée de la mode.Le musée présente des pièces de collection qui reflètent les codes de l’habillement en France, du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours.Avec plus de 100 000 vêtements et accessoires, les collections de Galliera sont parmi les plus riches au monde.La Cité de la Mode Ouvert en 2012, Les Docks - Cité de la Mode et du Design se trouve Quai d’Austerlitz, au bord de la Seine, dans un ancien entrepôt des Ports de Paris.Ce site organise des événements permettant les rencontres entre marques, designers, industries créatives, artisans et publics.On y trouve l’Institut Français de la Mode, un établissement d’enseignement supérieur et un centre de formation continue pour les industries du textile, de la mode, du luxe et du design.La Cité est ouverte jour et nuit (de 10h à minuit), sept jours sur sept, pour « s’aérer, shopper, manger et clubber » sur 1500 mètres carrés, à l’intérieur ou à l’extérieur, sur le toit ou dans les allées. A pergunta de Aïda Aïda : Alors, je voudrais savoir vraiment comment ça se passe ? Donc, il y a un défilé et, après ça, dans n’importe quelle boutique, comment on fait pour copier tout ça ?Charlotte Rosier : Alors le chemin, en fait, entre un vêtement qu’on trouve sur les podiums et le fait qu’il se retrouve en magasin… À partir du moment où il y a eu un défilé, il y a eu une tendance. Là, on va pouvoir retrouver dans ces magasins de créateurs, qui ont défilé, exactement les mêmes tenues à des prix qui sont beaucoup plus chers que ce qu’on a vu il y a quelques instants, chez Maje, Sandro, Comptoir des cotonniers , etc… À partir du moment où il y a les défilés qui ont lieu plusieurs mois à l’avance, les créateurs des autres petites marques – qui sont beaucoup plus accessibles pour tout le monde – vont se dire « Tiens, il va y avoir une tendance pour le bleu Klein, pour le far west, eh bien, toutes mes collections, je vais les orienter comme ça ». Et, c’est pour ça que c’est intéressant qu’il y ait des articles, des rédactrices qui écrivent des choses, parce que les petites marques s’en inspirent. LinksGaleries LafayetteMademoiselle Charlotte, coach de modeCité de la mode et du designMusée de la mode  

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  • 00:05:35

    Мода «От кутюр» и «прет-а-порте»

    · Уроки французского: Parlez-vous Paris?

    Сегодня мы учим французский вместе с Аидой, молодой журналисткой из Испании, которая поселилась в Париже пять месяцев назад. Она мечтает работать в сфере моды. Мы находимся в универмаге «Галери Лафайет» с Шарлот Розье, консультантом по моде, которая объяснит Аиде, как работают дома моды. От эскиза до продажи коллекцииLes collections sont conçues six à huit mois à l'avance. 1) On fait un carnet de tendance : on cherche des indices, on flaire la mode de demain. 2) On regroupe les idées par thèmes : chaque thème comprend des matières, des formes de vêtements et des détails particuliers. 3) Le styliste crée sa collection avec les thèmes choisis, une ou deux saisons à l’avance.a. Il sélectionne les tissus définitifs, prévoit les imprimés ou broderies, et les petits accessoires (attaches, boutons, clips, etc.).b. Il présente ses créations sous forme de dessins techniques accompagnés d'un échantillon du tissu choisi.4) Le modéliste réalise un patronage du vêtement à partir de ces dessins techniques. Il monte des prototypes pour voir si le vêtement correspond au modèle imaginé. 5) L’industrialisationa. le patronnier réalise le patron définitif du vêtement et les plans des pièces complémentaires (doublures, thermocollants, etc.).b. Le gradeur décline le patron dans toutes les tailles, en se référant à des tableaux de mensurations moyennes nationales.6) La confection : les vêtements sont produits en plus ou moins grande quantité. Ils sont ensuite emballés et expédiés dans les différents points de vente.Прет-а-порте и От-кутюрHaute couture Née en France à la fin du XIXe siècle, la haute couture est une appellation protégée par la loi :- Le travail de couture est réalisé dans les propres ateliers de la maison de couture. - Les habits sont faits sur mesure, adaptés à la taille de la personne qui va les acheter.- Toutes les finitions sont réalisées à la main avec des tissus souvent exclusifs. - Conçue pour une clientèle exclusive, elle sert de vitrine et de terrain de jeu aux couturiers.- Certains modèles peuvent avoir été créés spécialement pour un défilé de mode. Dans une collection, environ 20 % des modèles ne seront jamais commercialisés.Le prêt-à-porter - Les pièces sont produites en série, de façon industrielle.- Leur prix est beaucoup moins élevé. - Comme son nom l'indique, le prêt-à-porter est immédiatement commercialisable sans grande modification. - La majorité des pièces des défilés de prêt-à-porter se retrouvent 6 mois plus tard en boutique.События мира моды в ПарижеLes défilésLa fashion week a vu le jour en 1943 aux Etats-Unis, à New York, pour mettre en avant les stylistes américains face au monopole de la France dans le domaine de la mode.Aujourd'hui, les principales fashion week ont lieu respectivement à New York, Londres, Milan et Paris, deux fois par an. Paris est la seule ville qui présente des défilés « haute couture ».La Fashion week de Paris peut voir défiler jusqu'à une centaine de marques. Le coût d'un défilé peut aller de quelques dizaines à plusieurs centaines de milliers d'euros.À Paris, les plus grandes maisons de couture présentent jusqu'à six collections par an. Les plus importantes sont : - la collection « haute couture », printemps-été (en janvier) et automne-hiver (en juin) - la collection « prêt-à-porter », printemps-été (en septembre) et automne-hiver (en mars)Les musées de la mode :Le Musée Galliera Dans le XVIème arrondissement, près de la place d’Iéna, à deux pas des plus prestigieuses vitrines de la couture, un palais d’inspiration Renaissance abrite le musée de la mode. Le musée présente des pièces de collection qui reflètent les codes de l’habillement en France, du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours. Avec plus de 100 000 vêtements et accessoires, les collections de Galliera sont parmi les plus riches au monde.La Cité de la Mode Ouvert en 2012, Les Docks - Cité de la Mode et du Design se trouve Quai d’Austerlitz, au bord de la Seine, dans un ancien entrepôt des Ports de Paris. Ce site organise des événements permettant les rencontres entre marques, designers, industries créatives, artisans et publics. On y trouve l’Institut Français de la Mode, un établissement d’enseignement supérieur et un centre de formation continue pour les industries du textile, de la mode, du luxe et du design.La Cité est ouverte jour et nuit (de 10h à minuit), sept jours sur sept, pour « s’aérer, shopper, manger et clubber » sur 1500 mètres carrés, à l’intérieur ou à l’extérieur, sur le toit ou dans les allées.Вопрос Аиды Aïda : Alors, je voudrais savoir vraiment comment ça se passe ? Donc, il y a un défilé et, après ça, dans n’importe quelle boutique, comment on fait pour copier tout ça ?Charlotte Rosier : Alors le chemin, en fait, entre un vêtement qu’on trouve sur les podiums et le fait qu’il se retrouve en magasin… À partir du moment où il y a eu un défilé, il y a eu une tendance. Là, on va pouvoir retrouver dans ces magasins de créateurs, qui ont défilé, exactement les mêmes tenues à des prix qui sont beaucoup plus chers que ce qu’on a vu il y a quelques instants, chez Maje, Sandro, Comptoir des cotonniers , etc… À partir du moment où il y a les défilés qui ont lieu plusieurs mois à l’avance, les créateurs des autres petites marques – qui sont beaucoup plus accessibles pour tout le monde – vont se dire « Tiens, il va y avoir une tendance pour le bleu Klein, pour le far west, eh bien, toutes mes collections, je vais les orienter comme ça ». Et, c’est pour ça que c’est intéressant qu’il y ait des articles, des rédactrices qui écrivent des choses, parce que les petites marques s’en inspirent.Ссылки : Galeries LafayetteMademoiselle Charlotte, coach de modeCité de la mode et du designMusée de la mode 

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  • 00:55:34

    Depeche Mode is God! (A Tribute)

    · CLUB KERRY NYC: Vocal Dance & Electronic - DJ Kerry John Poynter

    A tribute to the gods of the most successful electronic music band ever. Take a ride with your best friends (track #4) on this one hour DJ set megamix of some of my fave DM remixes. I bow down to their greatness. I suspect you do too. Enter Heaven and Pre-order their new album Delta Machine now at http://heaven.depechemode.com/. Out on March 26 featuring the song "Heaven". FREE: iPhone/iPad & Android Apps with DJ Set Episodes: iPhone/iPad, Android PREMIUM ACCESS: Get bonus episodes and exclusive content for only $1.99 per month. Click here to sign up. Windows Phone/tablet? Download the "Podcasts" app for free then search "Club Kerry NYC". Download my other series of "God" tribute DJ sets: MDNA is God! (Part 2) Loverush UK is God! (Part 2) Loverush Uk is God! (Part 1) Tiesto is God! Madonna is God! Kaskade is God! Freemasons are God! (Part 2) Freemasons are God! (Part 1) Digital Dog is God! Track List (55:16): Heaven (Freemasons Club Mix) - Depeche Mode Enjoy The Silence (Tom Staar & Kryder Rmx) - Depeche Mode A Pain that I'm Used to (Jacques Lu Cont Remix) - Depeche Mode Never Let Me Down (Original Mix) - Juan Cordova Blasphemous Rumours [Ivan Spell 2K11 Reboot] - Depeche Mode Personal Jesus (Sideform Remix) - Depeche Mode Just Can't Get Enough (Dirty South remix) - Depeche Mode It's No Good (Club 69 Remix) - Depeche Mode Strangelove [Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Remix] - Depeche Mode Route 66 (Nile Rogers Mix) - Depeche Mode Peace (Dash Berlin Remix) - Depeche Mode People Are People (Black Swarm Remix) - Depeche Mode Master and Servant (RSS Remix)

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  • 00:14:53

    ADU 0679: Should I use intelligent flight mode when shooting golf courses?

    · Ask Drone U

    If you’re shooting aerial photographs or interactive maps for golf courses, you may be wondering about the best way to fly your drone.  After all, depending on which drone you’re flying, you have a number of options.  Do you use intelligent flight mode?  Do you stick with manual mode?  What about Attitude mode?  How do you choose?Today, we talk to Jake in Wisconsin about choosing the proper flight mode for shooting golf courses.  Like many drone business owners, Jake wants to lend his services to the golf industry.  In order to help him out, Paul gives his suggestions on the best way to achieve strong results.We discuss which mode best helps you to achieve versatile movements, better tilts and everything you need to shoot buttery aerial footage.  We also talk about the various ways which weather will affect your decision.  Additionally, we provide some tips on choosing the right mode for mapping and which apps are the best for producing interactive maps.  If you're looking to work with golf courses, you won't want to miss this one!  Fly safe!Don't forget, Videoblocks has all of the stock footage and royalty-free music you need!Also, check out our friends at Colorado Drone Chargers!  Use the promo code "droneu8" at checkout to receive a special discount!If you need a landing pad, Drone U landing pads are some of the best around!Get your questions answered: http://askdroneu.com/.If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us really quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832.Follow us:Site - http://thedroneu.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/droneuInstagram - https://instagram.com/thedroneu/Twitter - https://twitter.com/thedroneuYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/droneuGet your copy of "Livin’ the Drone Life" - http://amzn.to/2nalUDHGet your copy of our Part 107 Study Guide - http://amzn.to/2omQatTTimestamps Today's question revolves around using intelligent flight modes for golf courses Will you end up using more battery power when flying GPS mode or using third party apps? Paul shares the rationale behind flying a golf course in attitude mode Which are some of the instances when you should consider using flight modes? Paul explains how you can use "Point of interest" flight mode Which is a recommended app for flying waypoints? We talk about the various advantages of doing super-slow tilts Discussing the benefits of flying in manual mode in windy weather Is the use of flight modes and third party apps likely to increase if you are on a mapping mission? We share some information about our forthcoming Advance mapping class 

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  • 00:53:31

    395: Olivia Fox Cabane | The Science of Creativity and Genius

    · The Art of Charm | Social Science | Cognitive Psychology | Confidence | Relationship Advice | Behavioral Economics | Productivity | Biohacking

    We can induce creativity, innovation and genius from our minds. "We are a vast magma of instincts and emotions with a thin veneer of civilization on top." -Olivia Fox Cabane The Cheat Sheet: What is a metaphorical insight and how can you use it? The Thin Air Myth: what is it and why is it a myth? What James Watt and Phineas Gage have taught us about the brain. This is one of the biggest blocks to your genius ideas: what is it? What high performance athletes do differently than other athletes. And so much more... Have you ever had a eureka moment? A split second flash of genius? Whether you have or not, there's now a way to create that experience on demand. And here to tell us more is Olivia Fox Cabane. Olivia is the author of The Charisma Myth and joins us to discuss the fascinating science of creativity and genius on today's show. Listen in for all of that and more on episode 395 of The Art of Charm. Click Here to Support The Show and Check Out Host Gator! More About This Show: Olivia Fox Cabane is known as an expert on behavioral science, and applying it to everyday life to become more productive, more effective and create more breakthroughs. Currently she is the Director of Innovation at Stanford's StartX program and has two additional books about to be published. On today's show we discuss why breakthroughs are not accidental, what we've learned about the neuroscience behind epiphanies as well as ways you can realize more of your mind's insights and genius ideas. One of the most fascinating topics we dive is the different modes of the brain. The default mode network is your brain's network composed of 10-13 different areas that are responsible for the creative, innovation and genius. Another mode your brain has is executive mode. Executive mode is just what it sounds like: that part of your brain that makes decisions, executes and puts plans into actions. But here's the kicker: only one part of your brain can be in charge at a time. So if your executive mode is always on your default mode network (or DMN) cannot be running the show. That means if you are constantly engaging your decision-making mind and are in executive mode, your genius ideas have no way to come through. Turning off executive mode is simple: do repetitive tasks that are basically mindless. Like showering or washing the dishes or driving: these are things you already do the executive mode of your brain doesn't need to be engaged in for you to complete them. And that means your DMN can kick in. You can do what high caliber professional athletes do and create little rituals to tell your brain it's time to ramp up or ramp down. Think of baseball players and their rituals: some brush off their shoes in the batter's box and then tap home plate between pitches. They are telling their brains to power on into high performance mode, and slow down. On this episode Olivia and I also discuss the roles uncertainty and shame play in our creative capacities, what we can do to overcome our innate fear of both and why choice minimal lifestyle can be so liberating and freeing for our DMN! You'll want to give this one your full attention, enjoy. THANKS, OLIVIA FOX CABANE! If you enjoyed this session of The Art of Charm Podcast, let Olivia know by clicking on the link below and sending her a quick shout out on Facebook: Click here to thank Olivia on Facebook! Resources from this episode: Olivia Fox Cabane's websiteThe Charisma Myth by Olivia Fox Cabane Olivia on Facebook The Art of Charm bootcamps Try Squarespace (Free) and Support Our Supporters! Also sponsored by: You'll also like: -The Art of Charm Toolbox-Best of The Art of Charm Podcast Wanna leave a comment? Too bad! Email me instead (we read everything)! HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! If you dug this episode, please subscribe in iTunes and write us a review! This is what helps us stand out from all the fluff out there. Ways to subscribe to The Art of Charm Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FEEDBACK + PROMOTION Hit us up with your comments and guest suggestions. We read EVERYTHING. Download the FREE AoC app for iPhone Email jordan@theartofcharm.com Give us a call at 888.413.7177 Stay Charming! 

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  • 01:00:32

    Simon Patterson - Open Up - 014 - J00F & Vertical Mode Guest Mix

    · Simon Patterson - Open Up

    What a show. Incredible guest mixes from John Fleming, Vertical Mode and if you subscribe through Itunes theres also a 30min mix from Symbolic.Subscribe to Itunes herehttps://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/simon-patterson-open-up/id351834695?mt=2Follow Simon onlinewww.facebook.com/djsimonpattersonwww.djsimonpatterson.comwww.twitter.com/sipattersonTracklistJ00F1. Anton Chernikov & The Digital Blonde - Omega2. Amygdala - MetaMusic - Reified Mix3. Lyctum - Bright Light 4. Spektre - Erase The Tapes5. Alex Di Stefano vs. Balthazar & Jackrock - Puerto Rico II Vertical Mode6. Vertical Mode - Blue Muse7. Vertical Mode - Lazer Shot - Symbolic Remix8. Zentura - Light Mutations 9. Vertical Mode - Deep Vibrations - Astrix Remix10. Major7 & Vertical Mode - MajorMode 11. Vertical Mode - Push It Down - Zentura RemixSymbolic 12. Vertical Mode - Lazer Shot - Symbolic Remix13. Symbolic & Vertical Mode - Back To The Source14. Sonic Species - Strictly Virtual - Symbolic Remix15. Symbolic & Zen Mechanics - Psychological Effects 16. Ace Ventura & Symbolic - Prime Time

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  • 00:20:55

    “Your analytics tool is only as good as the data you put into it.” - The Less Doing Podcast - Episode #242 with Derek Steer

    · The Less Doing Podcast with Ari Meisel: The Best Life Hacks And Productivity Tips For Less Doing, More Living

    Guest Derek Steer – Mode Analytics Summary In this episode of the Less Doing Podcast, Ari and Nick sit down for a conversation with Derek Steer of Mode Analytics, a collaborative analytics platform built by analysts, for analyst that processes more than 20,000 SQL queries a day to help people around the world make data-informed decisions. Before launching Mode, Derek orchestrated analytics for a number of marquee companies including Facebook, Yammer, and Microsoft. When he’s not working away inside the Mode offices, you can find Derek competing in triathlons, rock climbing, or playing guitar. Key Quote “Your analytics tool is only as good as the data you put into it.” What You’ll Learn The data sources Mode uses to generate groundbreaking analytics What an analytic-specific database looks like. The leading analytic indicator to determine whether or not a client will leave Less Doing. How Derek applies Mode to internal data analysis. What graduating from Tableau or Looker to Mode looks like. Why it’s important to look at different data sources to understand how advertisements are performing. How everything is connected from the front-end to the back-end at Mode. The upcoming BIG changes happening at Mode. The difference between “vanity metrics” and metrics that can lead to meaningful changes. How Derek defines productivity by motivation.

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  • 00:18:35

    MediaCast 16: Musik og mode er det nye mediepar

    · MediaCast

    Det gælder for danske musikmedier som for Roskilde Festival - "node" rimer mere og mere på "mode". MediaCast sætter i denne uge spot på hvorfor. Roskilde Festival har altid handlet om andet og mere end musik, men hvis man skal fremhæve ét udefrakommende element, som fylder stadig mere på Roskilde Festival - og i musikindustrien generelt - så er det mode. Modeskaberne er massivt repræsenteret på dette års Roskilde Festival, H&M har sågar en kæmpe lejr, og mode får stadig større betydning for musikbranchen - og for medierne. Musikmagasinet 'Soundvenue' er et godt eksempel på et medie, der har øjnet den stigende interesse for mode. I 2011 har Soundvenue satset mere på mode som stofområde, blandt andet ved at ansætte moderedaktør Sidsel Alling, og magasinet bruger nu undertitlen 'Music & style'. I ugens MediaCast fortæller chefredaktør Nicolai Torp fra Soundvenue, hvorfor musikmagasinet dækker mode, og hvad musikbranchen får ud af at alliere sig med mode. Sidst i udsendelsen kan du høre distributionschef Lars Breum fra musikmagasinet Gaffa fortælle om, hvorfor Gaffa år efter år har en butik på Roskilde Festvial, og hvad det betyder for brandet Gaffa at være til stede på Roskilde Festival. Dette er den sidste udgave af MediaCast inden sommerferien. MediaCast er tilbage til august og ønsker alle en rigtig god sommer - og god Roskilde Festival. Få også de største overskrifter i mediebranchen, leveret af Ole Nørskov, chefredaktør for MediaWatch. Du kan følge medieudviklingen på MediaWatch.dk. Få gratis nyhedsbrevet fra MediaWatch én gang ugentligt - også med info om MediaCast - eller tegn abonnement for at få nyheder i din indbakke hver dag. MediaCast er produceret af Mehlsen Media for MediaWatch og podcastet med hjælp fra PodConsult. Har du ideer eller feedback til MediaCast, så skriv meget gerne til Camilla: mail@mehlsenmedia.dk

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  • 01:12:54

    Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame (1982) Part 2

    · Permanent Record Podcast

    Episode 36: Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame (1982) Part 2 This week continues the discussion of Depeche Mode's sophomore effort, the 1982 release "A Broken Frame. " Before the review of side two begins, though, Brian shares with the audience some information relating to one of the videos discussed on the previous episode, which he learned while doing research for this episode. Part 3: Track by Track, Continued Our hosts flip the album to discover what awaits them on side two. What they find is a hodge-podge of musical styles, some mediocre lyrics, some well-written lyrics, and the song that Brian declares to be his least favorite Depeche Mode song of all time! There's a lot of giggling from our hosts while they discuss the only video on this side, again directed by Julien Temple, and Sarah continues to come up with creative names for the various sounds she hears throughout the five songs. And how do The Simpsons find their way into this discussion about Depeche Mode? Satellite The Meaning of Love A Photograph of You Shouldn't Have Done That The Sun and the Rainfall  Part 4: Extra Credit Many people may say the best thing about "A Broken Frame" is its outstanding album cover. For extra credit, Brian and Sarah discuss the story behind the beautiful photograph that graces the cover of "A Broken Frame." Brian reveals that the same photographer who brought us the absurd image on "Speak & Spell" is responsible for this award-winning picture, and Sarah shares her experience of seeing the photo in an unexpected place.  She also declares it to be her favorite Depeche Mode album cover. (And who can blame her?) Part 5: Final Review and Rating Finally, the moment you've all been waiting for! What do Brian and Sarah think of the first Depeche Mode album written entirely by Martin Gore? It's well-known that this is the band's least favorite album, so is that also the case with our hosts? Listen as Sarah shares her ideas on how the band could have chosen to proceed in the wake of Vince Clarke's departure, and then goes on to explain her dilemma in rating this album. Brian seems a little conflicted as well, but offers a thoughtful comparison of the highs and lows on the album, and then provides his rating. Based on their comments so far, it's probably safe to assume that neither one gives it a five record adapter rating, but how low do they go? See the video we discuss here: The Meaning of Love   Read more at http://permanentrecordpodcast.com/ Visit us at https://www.facebook.com/permrecordpodcast Follow us at https://twitter.com/permrecordpod

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  • 01:14:31

    Depeche Mode - "Heroes" (David Bowie cover) and Cover Me (2017)

    · Permanent Record Podcast

    Episode 34: Depeche Mode - "Heroes" (David Bowie cover) and "Cover Me" (2017) In the last episode, our hosts mentioned they would next be doing another "emergency episode" to talk about "Cover Me," the recently-announced third single off Depeche Mode's 2017 album, "Spirit." However, the morning they started their preparations for the show, Brian and Sarah were greeted with the news that Depeche Mode had released a video performance of David Bowie's "Heroes" in celebration of the song's 40th anniversary. So this episode has become dual-purposed, discussing two new releases from the mighty Mode. Part 1: Brian wants to be sure the listeners are familiar with the source material before he and Sarah get into discussing the cover version, so he provides a wealth of information on David Bowie's "Berlin" period, the recording of the album "Heroes," and background about the song "Heroes" itself.  Sarah points out he has turned this into a more of a "crossover" episode than the New Order one where they mention John Denver for about two minutes. Part 2: Having caught everyone up on the original song, Brian looks to Sarah to provide information on Depeche Mode's recording of "Heroes," which took place during the Highline Sessions in New York City. She explains the long-standing connection between Dave Gahan, this song, and Depeche Mode, and how David Bowie was an important influence in Dave's life. The two hosts then trade comments on the performance, various aspects of the song, and the accompanying video. In addition to talking about the typical things like vocals and instrumentation, Sarah makes note of both Dave's and Martin's wardrobe choices in the video, and how she recently realized Dave's choice actually has a connection to David Bowie. Part 3: Our hosts then turn their attention to the original subject of this episode: the song "Cover Me," soon to be released as the third single from "Spirit." Brian and Sarah both discussed this song during the concert report episode, but they have plenty of additional things to say about it here. They also feel more free to talk about the accompanying video, which, in a surprising move, turns out to be the same video that was shown during the concert. Sarah explains how complicated it is to work a pedal steel guitar, which is used in this song, and Brian muses about what he perceives to be a dark end for the character Dave portrays in the video. Part 4: For some reason, Sarah always seems taken aback during these emergency episodes when Brian asks her to provide a record-adapter rating for the song. However, she thinks on her feet and comes up with a rating for "Cover Me"-- perhaps a little too off-the-cuff, but she's relatively comfortable with it. Brian has obviously put more thought into his rating, and gives a good explanation of why he gives what he does. He then poses a relatively simple extra-credit question to Sarah: what should the next single be off of "Spirit," and what do you think it will actually be? See the videos we discuss here: David Bowie - "Heroes" "Heroes" - Highline Sessions Version Cover Me   Read more at http://permanentrecordpodcast.com/ Visit us at https://www.facebook.com/permrecordpodcast Follow us at https://twitter.com/permrecordpod

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  • 00:31:33

    Depeche Mode - Where's the Revolution (2017)

    · Permanent Record Podcast

    Episode 7 : Depeche Mode – Where’s The Revolution (2017) Brian and Sarah diverge from their regular format of reviewing an entire album to devote some time to discussing a single song. What could prompt them to make such a departure? Nothing short of a newly-released Depeche Mode single, titled "Where's the Revolution," from their forthcoming album "Spirit." Depeche Mode is one of Brian and Sarah's all-time favorite bands, so it wasn't hard for them to opine on the Mode's latest offering.  Part 1: Sarah gives her initial reactions to the song, and Brian follows. Which one of them liked the song better from the first listen? How does this single rank, in Brian's opinion, among all the Depeche Mode singles ever released?   Part 2: Brian and Sarah discuss the video for "Where's the Revolution," directed by longtime Depeche Mode collaborator Anton Corbijn. Does the video help or hurt the song? Part 3: Sarah adds a few more thoughts about the new single and then gives her "record adapter" rating. Brian does some more analysis of his likes and dislikes about the song, and then gives his rating as well. Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsCR05oKROA Read more at http://permanentrecordpodcast.com/

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  • 01:22:06

    Latest LG UltraFine 5K woes, watchOS Theater Mode, and Apple’s record quarter | 9to5Mac Happy Hour 105

    · Happy Hour

    Summary:This week Benjamin and Zac discuss an update with LG's UltraFine 5K Display problems, Apple Watch's new Theater Mode, how dropping 32-bit app support could affect iOS, Apple's record breaking quarter, and more.Hosts:Benjamin MayoZac HallHere’s what we discussed in this episode:LG UltraFine 5K Display, Apple’s external monitor solution, can become unusable when near a routerApple rolling out first watchOS 3.2 beta for Apple Watch with new Theater ModeA hands-on look at Theater Mode for Apple Watch in watchOS 3.2 beta 1 [Video]Feature Request: Automatic Theater Mode-like Apple Watch behavior when driving and sleep trackingApple releases first iOS 10.3 beta with Find My AirPods support, moreiOS 10.3 beta 32-bit alert suggests Apple may drop legacy app support in iOS 11Apple announces record quarter with Q1 2017 revenue of $78.4 billion: 78.3m iPhones, 13m iPads, 5.3m MacsLive blog: Apple’s fiscal year Q1 2017 earnings call9to5Mac: Apple iPhone, Mac and iPad News Breaking All DayAAPL stock opens up >5% after Apple reports record revenue, beats analyst expectations [update]Tim Cook says more features planned for Apple TV, notes of ‘cable bundle beginning to break down’Apple Q1: Apple Pay users tripled, transaction volume up 500% YOY, Comcast adding support for bill paymentsLG fixing Wi-Fi interference problems with UltraFine 5K Display, new units will be unaffectedHomeKit in iOS 10: Tim Cook’s routines, helpful resources, and moreSponsor: Blue Apron — visit BlueApron.com/9to5 to check out this week’s menu and get your first three meals free — with free shipping. 

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  • 00:24:39

    TAP008: Flight Control Laws

    · The A320 Podcast

    Flight Control Laws The flight control law is basically the relationship between the pilot's input on the side stick and the resulting aircraft or flight control surface response. There are 3 flight control laws Normal Law, Alternate Law and Direct Law   As a general rule, normal law deals with single failures of a system and alternate law deals with double failures. Within Normal Law we have three sub categories, Ground Mode Flight Mode Flare Mode Ground Mode was designed to make the aircraft behave more naturally when rotating at liftoff. The relationship between the side stick and the aircrafts response is much more like a conventional aircraft. For pitch control - there is a direct relationship between Side stick deflection and elevator deflection. Once the aircraft reaches 75kts the maximum elevator deflection is reduced from 30 degrees to 20 degrees. If we haven't manually set a trim position using the trim wheel then the THS or trimmable horizontal stabiliser will automatically set to 0. For lateral control - The side stick demands aileron and spoiler deflection as opposed to a roll rate but its not a direct relationship, the amount of deflection is dependant on the aircraft speed. As a extra bit of information for you, only spoilers 2 to 5 and the ailerons are used for roll. The rudders being a mechanical linkage aren't affected so you just have to remember that they become more sensitive the faster you go. There are no protections at all when in ground law. Flight Mode The aircraft will then start to blend smoothly from ground mode into flight law once the pitch attitude reaches 8 degrees. In roll this takes half a second and for pitch it takes five seconds. There's a good graphic in the FCOM with this information on. Its in Descriptions - Flight Controls - Flight control System - Normal Law - General   once the aircraft has been airborne for more than 5 seconds we are then in flight mode. This is obviously the one we are exposed to 99% of the time we are operating. As we mentioned a minute ago, normal law keeps us within the aircraft envelope and prevents us from doing manoeuvres that could potentially endanger the flight. It also gives the aircraft certain characteristics when manually flying. In pitch the sidestick demands a load factor as opposed to an elevator deflection. So an input on the sidestick will give a pitch rate at low speed or a g-load at high speed. This is designed to give an aircraft response that the pilot would naturally expect. One of the first things you notice about the Airbus is the lack of trimming which is for me one of the best features. Therefore if there is no input on the stick the aircraft will maintain its flightpath even if the speed changes. In fact even if you change the thrust or the configuration, the aircraft will compensate for the pitching moments. This makes manual flying very easy and frees up lots of capacity. With Roll, Again, unlike a conventional aircraft, lateral inputs on the side stick don't demand aileron deflection directly. They demand a roll rate and full side stick deflection will demand 15 degrees per second. Just like with pitch, the aircraft will auto trim so the bank angle will be maintained when you let go of the stick up to 33 degrees, and will also automatically provide a pitch compensation and perform a coordinated turn using yaw. The maximum bank angle the aircraft will allow you to do is 67 degrees. Beyond 33 degrees, the aircraft won't auto trim and if the side stick is then released it will return back to 33 degrees. In addition to this, above the 33 degrees, spiral stability is introduced and pitch compensation isn't available. The reason they've written this into the software is because there is no reason to fly at such high bank angles for a prolonged period. Protections Angle of Attack - Autopilot out at Alpha prot, then from Alpha prot to alpha max side stick demands Alpha directly. Alpha floor trigger TOGA thrust and speed continues to decrease until we get back to Alpha max which the speed won't go below. Load Factor - +2.5G to -1G clean +2G to 0G in any config other than clean Pitch Attitude- -15 degrees all configs +30 degrees config 1, 2 and 3 +25 degrees config Full High Speed Protection- Autopilot out at VMO/MMO, master caution and overspeed ECAM at VMO/MMO +4 kts, then at VMO/MMO +6 kts, pitch trim is frozen, max bank angle is reduced and a nose up demand is triggered. Bank Angle - Max 67 degrees Reduced to 45 degrees in Alpha protection and 40 degrees in high speed protection Side stick pressure required to maintain bank angles greater than 33 degrees unless in high speed protection when its zero.   Alternate Law is generally for situations where there has been a double failure of a system which results in either lack of redundancy or integrity of the protections found in normal law. Auto pilot and auto thrust are still available. You can get alternate law with protections and alternate law without protections. With protections - has the following characteristics and protections, Load Factor still has the same protections as normal law (+2.5G to -1G clean and +2 to 0G configured). Pitch has no protections, the green equals symbols are replaced by amber ones. Roll is now a direct stick-to-surface relationship. To help reduce the roll rate, in alternate and direct law only ailerons and spoilers 4 & 5 are available. As a note, if spoiler 4 has failed number three will replace it and if the ailerons have failed, all roll spoilers (2 to 5) become available. There are no bank angle protections and the green equals signs are replaced by amber crosses. Yaw control, as its a mechanical linkage isn't changed although only yaw damping is available. Angle of Attack protection is no longer available and is now replaced by low speed stability. It's available for all configurations and is active from 5 to 10 knots above the stall speed. Somewhere in this range (as it depends on weight and config) a gentle nose down signal is introduced but this can be overridden. The speed scale now shows VLS followed by a black and red barber pole below V Stall Warning. At V Stall Warning, you get....... the stall warning! which is the words STALL STALL STALL repeated until the speed is back above V stall warning. With this you will also get the associated master warning. The warning can't be cancelled by pressing the master warning button on the glareshield Its important to remember that the aircraft can be stalled. High Speed Protection is replaced by high speed stability instead. The speed tape looks the same and has the same warnings and sounds as normal law. The only difference is that there's no protection to stop the overspeed. Instead we have a nose up demand from the aircraft but this can be overridden. It's worth noting that VMO is reduced from 350 to 320 knots. I was once asked by a trainer what speed would I select for an emergency descent. There's no right answer here but he said he always selects 320kts because if then for some reason you go into alternate law, you won't have an overspeed to deal with on top of everything else which I thought was a good little tip. Alternate law with protections lost is the same as alternate law but you don't get the high speed and low speed stability. So basically you only have the load factor limitation which I'll say again as repetition is the key to remembering things, +2.5 to -1G clean and +2 to 0G in any other config. Alternate law then automatically downgrades to Direct Law when the landing gear is selected down. Once in Direct Law, all protections and stabilities are lost. We are now essentially flying a conventional aircraft. Pitch now joins Roll and Yaw in having a direct stick-to-surface relationship. Overspeed and stall warnings are still exactly the same as Alternate Law. The most noticeable difference when going into direct law is the lack of autotrim. 'USE MAN PITCH TRIM' is displayed in amber on the PFD. This is why many of the procedures advise taking flap 3 before gear down if flap 3 is the landing config because then the autopilot will get the aircraft correctly trimmed before it has to be done manually. Any trim adjustments will have to be made using the trim wheels either side of the thrust levers.   Remembering how to draw the speed tapes in each configuration Firstly, the high speed barbers pole is the same in all cases, so just remember its black and red - easy At the slow end of the speed scale, every case has VLS, its always there, whatever - again, easy Normal Law has alpha prot (the tiger tail) and then you can't go slower than the bottom of that so its a solid red bar (think of as signifying stopping) Alternate and direct law look exactly the same as each other, they both just go from VLS to a barbers pole just like the high speed one. All the equals signs are only green in Normal law, they are amber in alternate and direct.   And that's it. If you can remember those simple rules, next time you're asked to draw the speed scale you will be ahead of most of your colleagues.   Mechanical Backup. Although its mentioned in the same section in FCOM and the flight crew training manual, its not actually a programmed control law. It is used to manage a temporary total loss of electrics, a loss of all 5 fly-by-wire computers, a loss of both elevators or a total loss of both ailerons and spoilers. It's worth mentioning here that this is extremely unlikely and that even in emergency electrical config or a double engine failure, alternate law is still available. This is designed to be a temporary situation just until the affected systems can be restored. Pitch is controlled by the trim wheel and lateral control is done using the rudder pedals, both of which have mechanical linkages (hence the name!). When using the rudder like this there is a significant delay in getting  roll. You will also have to anticipate rolling out as this will be delayed too. You're not going to be able to fly this accurately but its just to keep you safe and stabilised. Unlike Direct law which says USE MAN PITCH TRIM in amber, the PFD will display MAN PITCH TRIM ONLY in red.          

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    Modets smutsiga baksida

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    Litteraturkritiken Annina Rabe har läst två nyutkomna böcker som tittar närmare på våra kläder. En praktisk handbok som ger råd och tips - och en reportagebok om textilindustrins mörka hjärta. I den värld där jag växte upp på 1970-talet var mode ett skällsord. Man måste faktiskt inte köpa dyra modekläder löd våra föräldrars budskap när de hävdade med bestämdhet att lågprisjeansen från dåvarande tids billighetsvaruhus Epa var minst lika snygga och ett mycket bättre val än de dubbelt så dyra jeansen från Gul&Blå eller Puss&Kram. Och när jeansen blev för korta eftersom vi växte rätt snabbt i den åldern, sydde de händiga föräldrarna på en bård längst ner med något färgglatt mönster som förlängde byxornas livstid med ytterligare några månader. De som var hippa i klassen hade naturligtvis inte byxor med påsydda bårder nedtill. På något underligt sätt hade de dessutom lyckats få sina föräldrar att gå med på att betala de där dyra modejeansen i stället för Epa-byxorna. För oss andra blev de så kallade modekläderna något hett åtråvärt att drömma om, i många fall helt ouppnåeligt. Jag minns fortfarande den enorma lycka jag kände när jag äntligen fick min mammas tillåtelse och pengar att köpa ett par Gul&Blåjeans för. Det kändes som om jag fick inträdesbiljetten till ett helt nytt liv. På den tiden fanns inga lågpriskläder som ens var i närheten av att vara mode. H&M hette Hennes & Mauritz och hade uteslutande tant- och farbrorkläder. Det fanns inget Monki, inget Zara, inget Gina Tricot. Tonårsmodet lär ha uppfunnits på 1950-talet, men på 1970-talet var det fortfarande svårt att hitta moderna kläder till priser som passade en ungdoms ekonomi. När mitt eget modeintresse var som mest intensivt under 1980-talet löste jag det som så många andra modeintresserade med att sy själv eller köpa second hand. På den tiden fanns det betydligt roligare saker i second handbutikerna än det gör idag, när större delen av utbudet består av gamla H&M-kläder från förrförra säsongen. Jag läste exklusiva modemagasin och drömde om den där ouppnåeliga, obegripligt glamorösa världen, fast jag visste att den inte var på riktigt. Eller kanske just för att jag visste att den inte var det. Under 1970-talet nådde textilkrisen i Sverige sin kulmen och tekoindustrin föll som ett korthus. Ett av skälen till krisen var att fler och fler textilfabriker med lågavlönad och skamligt utnyttjad arbetskraft etablerades i världens fattiga länder. Det i kombination med ökad globalisering gjorde det lättare att snabbt producera lågpriskläder med så kallad hög modegrad, det vill säga kläder som snabbt imiterar de trendsättande märkena. Resultatet blev ett okontrollerbart växande klädberg, en klädindustri som cyniskt utnyttjar människor i världens fattigaste länder och ett på senare år alltmer gnagande västerländskt dåligt samvete. Ingen västerlänning idag som inte levt under en sten är omedveten om att dagens konsumtion och livsstil håller på att tära sönder jordens resurser. Vi vet att kläder från lågpriskedjor (och en hel del märkeskläder också) är tillkomna under orimliga arbetsförhållanden och fullpepprade med giftiga kemikalier. Vi vet också åtminstone i teorin att hög klädkonsumtion inte leder till ökad lycka. Ändå fortsätter vi att handla som aldrig förr. I Sverige handlar vi kläder och skor för uppskattningsvis 80 miljarder kronor per år. Omräknat till vikt blir det ungefär 130.000 ton och 13 kilo per person och år. Av dessa 13 kilo slänger vi dessutom 8 kilo rakt ner i soporna. Det här kan man läsa i den nyutkomna boken Slow Fashion din guide till smart och hållbart mode av Jennie Johansson och Johanna Nilsson. Den är en lättillgänglig ingång till vad som är fel med dagens klädindustri och en guide till hur man lever sitt klädliv mer hållbart. Det mesta har vi hört förut: Handla second hand. Laga i stället för att köpa nytt. Sy själv. Strunta i trender och var dig själv. Handla bara kläder av god kvalitet, dvs undvik billigt skräp. Byt och låna kläder av varandra i stället för att köpa nytt. Vårda de kläder du har med omsorg så håller de längre. Och så vidare. Det är sympatiskt och behjärtansvärt och kliniskt glamourbefriat. Säkert bra för de redan frälsta, men det är tveksamt om något inbitet modeoffer (så kallades de mest modemedvetna i min barndom) kommer att väckas eller låta sig omvändas av en bok som den här. Inte heller tror jag tyvärr att någon icke redan engagerad kommer att väckas av Gunilla Anders välskrivna reportagebok Den lilla svarta, hur smutsiga detaljer om klädindustrin den än avslöjar. Ander reser till indiska Tirupur, även kallat the T-shirt capital. Här produceras 90 procent av Indiens bomullstrikåexport. Det är en riktig resa till mörkrets hjärta, där billig, ofta underårig arbetskraft är handelsvara och där gifter forsar ut och förstör miljön för de som redan befinner sig på botten. Gunilla Ander avslöjar också det många av oss redan anat; att företagens käcka reklamslogans om miljövänligt och humant producerade kläder i många fall bara är tomma ord. För klädföretagen är förstås långt ifrån omedvetna om det västerländska dåliga samvetet. På senare år har i princip varje klädkedja känt sig nödgad att presentera ekovänliga kollektioner, anpassa sin reklam efter utgångspunkten att människor vill fortsätta konsumera obehindrat, men ändå känna sig snälla och medvetna när de gör det. Flera av de stora modehusen har i sin tur hamnat i en identitetskris: om ens varumärke hittills har bestått i att leverera skamlös lyx till jätterika människor och det plötsligt är fruktansvärt omodernt med både lyxkonsumtion och rikedom är ju krisen ett faktum. Mode och världssamvete går helt enkelt inte ihop särskilt bra. Hur tokigt det kan bli visade till exempel Karl Lagerfeld för Chanel för några år sedan när han i stället för vanlig catwalkvisning lät modellerna gå i ett iscensatt demonstrationståg med plakat som visade feministiska budskap och vikten av att vara sig själv. Var det ren cynism eller fanns det något allvar i det? Få med kännedom om modevärlden trodde nog på något annat än det första alternativet. För vi må leva i snällismens och det dåliga samvetets tidevarv, men modevärlden är inte god och kommer aldrig att bli. Medan reklamhyckleriet pågår om en mer human och miljövänlig klädproduktion, ett mer politiskt medvetet mode, fortsätter alla de vidrigheter som Gunilla Ander rapporterar om i sin bok som om mycket lite hade hänt. Och de flesta av oss så kallade medvetna konsumenter tar av och på oss skygglapparna lite som det passar. Och hur mycket jag än uppskattar den optimism och kämparglöd som boken Slow Fashion utstrålar, så kan jag ändå inte komma från att den har utelämnat något av det som är modets essens. Ett slags skamlöshet, en dekadens, något kittlande och förbjudet. Det här försvarar förstås inga av klädindustrins orättvisor, men det är en grundläggande del av det som gör mode till just mode. Utan det blir liksom ingenting kvar. Det känns som när min mamma försökte övertyga mig om att den ditsydda bården längst ner på Epabyxorna faktiskt var minst lika snygg som de där hett åtrådda och alldeles för tajta Puss&Kramjeansen.   Annina Rabe, litteraturkritiker

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