https://youtu.be/dmYNYALHOac (Entrevista en video) ▶️ Oscar es profesor universitario, mentor y coach transformacional, emprendedor y experto en innovación. Hoy vamos a aprender: Sobre innovación en los negocios De transformación profesional Las ventajas de estos procesos a nivel profesional y como cliente https://www.inconfundiblemente.com/boletin (Suscríbete sin costo a Las 5 Razones, nuestro newsletter semanal con recomendaciones para hacer mejor tu trabajo) Oscar Schmitz online: https://www.oscarschmitz.com/ (Oscarschmitz.com) https://twitter.com/SchmitzOscar (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/in/SchmitzOscar target= (LinkedIn) https://www.youtube.com/cxocommunity target= (YouTube) https://www.instagram.com/schmitzoscar/ (Instagram) Recomendaciones del invitado: Libros https://amzn.to/3r5kn2U (Despertando al gigante interior) de Anthony Robbins https://amzn.to/3FCIiL2 (Juan Salvador Gaviota) de Richard Bach https://amzn.to/3nK0LiH (El Principito) de Antoine de Saint-Exupéry https://amzn.to/30OVJsU (Organizaciones exponenciales) de Islaim Salim https://amzn.to/3oYyJiU (Sprint) de Jake Knapp Los temas destacados de la entrevista: Soñar, creer y crear De dónde sale la creatividad Por qué el impacto es como puedes medir una innovación Qué significa disrumpir Por qué hay que tener, siempre, un objetivo en común ¿Qué tiene que hacer un líder hoy? Frases destacadas del invitado: "Hay cosas que impulsan y que inspiran más allá de la razón" "Para lograr un gran cambio y transformación siempre el cambio cultural o el cambio de la mirada del mundo que tienen las personas es fundamental" "Yo creo, de crearse con fuerza en el presente" "Para ser creativo es tener muchas experiencias en muchas cosas para que puedas combinar unas cosas con otras y armar lo que quieras en un momento dado" "La innovación es llevar una idea a un plano o contexto en el que genere un impacto" "Todas las cosas súper impactantes nacieron de una necesidad muy simple" "Las grandes disrupciones son las que cambiaron la cultura de la humanidad" "La transformación apunta para ese lado: encontrar un propósito"
What happens when 2 assholes with too much sense stop making sense? On this episode, Antoine and Matt talk Thanksgiving and how they celebrate. The conversation also spills into talking about which foods they have for Thanksgiving. They also discuss TV shows, movies, music and the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Join the nonsense at https://linktr.ee/2sense
This week, we have a very special show: during our Summit on Tuesday, November 16, we invited attendees to step up to a StoryCorps style booth and record a conversation. They responded, in pairs or solo, to questions pulled from a deck. We start the episode with reflections on the outcome of the Summit with Lindsay, Mac, and David. Then: 18:10 https://www.instagram.com/lollylollyceramics/?hl=en (Lalese Stamps) and https://www.instagram.com/firstgenstudio/?hl=en (Reva Kashikar) https://lollylollyceramics.com/ (LollyLolly Ceramics) “https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/10/style/ceramics-mug.html (Gotta Have That Cute Mug? Act Fast)” (NY Times) “https://www.jsonline.com/story/entertainment/2021/06/21/lolly-lolly-ceramics-moving-columbus-milwaukee-wisconsin/7679389002/ (This Milwaukee Native is Moving her Famous Ceramics Business to her Hometown),” (Journal Sentinel) https://marantaplantshop.com/ (Maranta Plant Shop) “https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/2021/07/15/milwaukee-plant-shop-owners-embrace-other-black-brown-entrepreneurs/7878953002/ (Not Just a Plant Shop): Two Milwaukee entrepreneurs grow a business while impacting Black and brown communities,” (Journal Sentinel) 20:46 https://onmilwaukee.com/articles/catherine-miller-bastille-days (Cate Miller) 21:55 https://mikeycodyapollo.com/ (Mikey Murry) and https://soundcloud.com/genesisrenji (Genesis Renji) https://www.facebook.com/DreamLabMKE/ (Dream Lab) 25:30 https://www.artworksformilwaukee.org/ (Terry Murphy) “https://shepherdexpress.com/culture/supporting-milwaukee-arts/terry-murphy-executive-director-artworks-for-milwaukee/ (Supporting Arts and Culture)” Shepherd Express 26:50 https://mam.org/ (Kailee Evans) and https://www.ubunturesearch.com/ (Mikey Murry) 30:56 Lindsay and Antoine Music Transition: “Milwaukee Strong,” Shonn Hinton, Featuring the Milwaukee All Stars Support this podcast
“We all have our biases and work through them. As journalists we strive for impartiality— that is the mandate.” Veteran CNN journalist Antoine Sanfuentes is here, offering his take on the state of the American media apparatus, the twenty-four hour news cycle, truth-seeking, and much more. With a degree in anthropology and a passion for music and photography, he brings a unique vantage point to that all-important anchor of liberal democracy: a free press. In a time as starkly and viciously divided as ours, where does this stalwart of the so-called "mainstream media” see his business fitting in? Does objective truth exist-- and do Americans even care one way or another? If you like what we do, please support the show. By making a one-time or recurring donation, you will contribute to us being able to present the highest quality substantive, long-form interviews with the world's most compelling people. Antoine Sanfuentes is the Vice President and Managing Editor for CNN's Washington Bureau, where he oversees the White House and Capitol Hill beats. Sanfuentes joined the network in 2014 by way of NBC News, with over 20 years of experience. During his 24 years at NBC News, Sanfuentes served as the Senior Vice President and managing Editor, Vice President and Washington bureau chief, deputy bureau chief, Senior white house producer and was part of Ann Curry's team that won an Emmy Award for compelling reports on the refugee crisis in Darfur in 2007. In his various roles for NBC News he led the editorial and content direction of NBC News nationwide and oversaw the "Meet the Press" production team. Sanfuentes has earned various awards for his news coverage including the highly coveted Murrow award in 1999, the News and Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Breaking News Story, Gracie Allen Award, as well as a Headliner Award in 2009. He graduated from American University with a Bachelor of Science (BS), in anthropology and resides in Bethesda, Maryland with his wife and two daughters.
If you ask your friends who own stocks in Amazon or Apple, odds are they've never voted on a shareholder proposal. But when the definition of a shareholder means to have a say in the way a business is run, it's time to recognize the disconnect between stockholder and company. We speak with Antoine Argouges, Founder at Tulipshare, about shareholder activism, choosing campaigns, and future plans for his company. In this episode, we discuss: Becoming a shareholder activist How Tulipshare chose their campaigns The community response to Tulipshare's activism What 2022 holds for Tulipshare To ensure that you never miss an episode of Payments Innovation, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here and don't forget to check out our YouTube! Until next time! Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Payments Innovation in your favorite podcast player.
Alright Fantoines, we are back with the man himself, Jonathan Antoine. Jonathan is an amazing opera singer, but an even more amazing guy to talk to. We sit down with Jon for the second time to clown around, have him answer some ridiculous questions, and talk about his upcoming Christmasland tour and Platinum edition album release. Once again, we had an absolute blast with Jonathan, and already cant wait to have him on again. Check it out! We also get insight into how much Mike loves eggnog, look into Scott's neurotic notes, and play a game where we learn about what a liberal or conservative Thanksgiving dinner looks like. Have a listen!
It's the start of Week 11 in the NFL with the Patriots traveling to Atlanta to take on the Falcons. Antoine and Darius cover that game and alot more plus talk about the NBA, MLB, Crypto and much more on this jam packed Thursday Episode. Tap in and enjoy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The curtain closes on our reading of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's classic book, The Little Prince. Appropriately, this episode bounces around between silly, informative, and touching. Join us on this journey through the stars! Theo goes from nasty & rude to touching. Jackie is called Scary Theo & Scary Jack. (Jackie's cats don't make the cut.). Rachel tells a seriously gruesome tale. Topics include: rats vs. mice, the WNBA, Moses Moody, pigs and pancakes, procrastination, the cat keeper, the scary drawings rap, a rectangular penis, loud water bottles, buried treasure, misterstresses, Force ghosts, visual jokes, The Dark Crystal, Skeksis, Jim Henson fanaticism, and Rumspringa. Content warning: animal & human death, gore, suicide, racism
What happens when 2 assholes with too much sense stop making sense? On this episode, Antoine and Matt answer a twitter question that turns into a full blow discussion about brunch. The conversation also spills into talking about which foods are considered brunch foods. They also discuss Big Sky, the TV show, with a few spoilers. Join the nonsense at https://linktr.ee/2sense
A Filosofia sempre fez parte do cotidiano do autor da obra “Pequeno Príncipe”, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, e essa força de vida se expressa no texto com muitos elementos de reflexão. O “Cativar” é um dos ensinamentos mais importantes, do ponto de vista filosófico desta obra. A raposa define ao pequeno príncipe, que, Cativar é criar laços, portanto, encontrar os pontos de Unidade em meio à tantas diferenças. Participantes: José Roberto e Danilo Gomes Trilha Sonora: Franz Schubert - Andante Os conteúdos exclusivos, em vídeo, da XVI Semana Internacional da Filosofia estão disponíveis no youtube.com/c/novaacropolebrsul
Microdosing, stacking, substances psychoactives, anxiété, orthorexie, estime de soi, performance, itération, cognition... Quand un éminent chercheur en neurosciences, Albert Moukheiber, débarque dans le studio de Génération Do It Yourself, je m'attendais à un épisode WTF, je n'ai pas été déçu. Pendant plus de 2h30, Albert m'a impressionné par sa capacité à rendre clairs des principes complexes, sans se perdre. De nos capacités cognitives à la façon dont nous formons nos opinions, Albert a pris le temps de m'expliquer les méandres de la psychologie humaine. Il est même parvenu à me laisser sans voix à plusieurs reprises ET à me pousser dans mes retranchements de gars trop sûr de lui ! Son objectif est de redonner à chacun le goût du questionnement, de remettre le doute au sein de nos réflexions, de nous amener à retrouver le sens du mot “nuance” et finalement de nous faire découvrir que la science est une entreprise d'émotions. De l'émergence de l'intelligence artificielle au bullshit pseudo-profond, vous ne verrez plus votre cerveau de la même façon ! TIMELINE : 00:02:25 : Les opinions et leur impact sur la sphère publique 00:31:05 : L'approche transdisciplinaire dans les sciences cognitives 00:57:21 : Illusion de connaissance et responsabilité individuelle 01:27:10 : Pause-café 01:31:11 : Les valeurs sociétales au cœur de l'intelligence artificielle 02:10:13 : Image du scientifique et légitimité On a cité avec Albert plusieurs anciens épisodes de GDIY : #137 – Yannick Noah – Parler doucement pour se faire entendre fort #165 Laurent Alexandre - Doctissimo - La nécessité d'affirmer ses idées #177 - Gaspard Koenig - Philosophe - On ne naît pas libre, on le devient #206 - Nicolas Hennion - Libérez la bête - Développement personnel radical ou comment vivre sans contraintes Albert Moukheiber vous recommande de lire : Inner Tennis de Timothy Gallwey Demian de Hermann Hesse Eloge de l'Oisiveté de Bertrand Russell L'Homme qui prenait sa femme pour un chapeau de Oliver Sacks Votre cerveau vous joue des tours d'Albert Moukheiber Avec Albert Moukheiber, on a parlé de : Chiasma Thinkerview Mark Rober et ses vidéos Youtube La vidéo d'Albert Moukheiber pour Arte sur les biais cognitifs Les contributions d'Albert Moukheiber pour Welcome to the Jungle La Martingale, le podcast sur les finances personnelles de Matthieu le code Konami Hadrien Ormieres Ludovic Blecher Metroid, le jeux Nintendo et Samus Aran Le paradoxe de Salomon Eric Schmidt — The Promises and Perils of AI, the Future of Warfare, Profound Revolutions on the Horizon, and Exploring the Meaning of Life (#541) myBlee maths Google Scholar Deepak Chopra Wisdom of Chopra Albert Einstein Sigmund Freud Isaac Newton Elon Musk, Neuralink, SpaceX, Tesla CERN Théorie du nudge Eléonore Baudry Les Napoleons One to One Monaco Stanislas Leszczynski Myers Briggs Type Indicator Anthony Robbins et la PNL ou programmation neuro-linguistique Un coucou à Lina, Laurent, Juliette et Caro, Julien et Louise et à mon fils Elie. Un grand merci à Juliette, Antoine, Gilles, Fernando, Antoine et Roland, les collègues d'Albert. Un big-up spécial à Guillaume son éditeur ! La musique du générique vous plaît ? C'est à Morgan Prudhomme que je la dois ! Contactez-le sur : https://studio-module.com. Vous pouvez suivre Albert Moukheiber sur LinkedIn et son email : email@example.com.
What happens when 2 assholes with too much sense stop making sense? On this episode, Antoine and Matt discuss the movie Dune and how they experienced watching it. They also discuss movie franchises such as Fast and Furious and Harry Potter. The conversation also spills into talking about food. Join the nonsense at https://linktr.ee/2sense
With fierce determination, Richard pushes forward on his remarkable path, eventually securing a coveted spot in a symphony orchestra and becoming the first African American to earn a doctorate in music for tuba performance at Indiana University. A professor and mentor, Richard now shares his extraordinary story--a celebration of how he, with the help of countless others, forever changed American music. To get your copy of "I'm Possible: A Story of Survival, a Tuba, and the Small Miracle of a Big Dream," visit: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1250269644/tag=?karhunsho-20
The ever-charming Antoine Pin of Bvlgari fame sits down with Rob to chat about his life in the industry, how his experience has shaped his approach to watch design and story-telling, and what possibilities might lie in store for Bvlgari in the future.In an energetic chat, Pin explains how he became bewitched by the industry and never managed to stay away from it for long. The fusion of passion, talent, and manual skill enthralls him on a daily basis at Bvlgari, and his guiding "why not" principle has led him to many happy design discoveries.He touches also on his perception of the effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the industry and what we can expect to see from brands as they adjust their communication and product strategies going forward.Follow me on Instagram @robnudds.
The writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry once observed, “A goal without a plan is just a wish.” A righteous society doesn’t just happen. It requires planning and effort by those in charge. Oddly enough, an unrighteous society happens the same way. The powerful fail to love their neighbors because they never intended to do so. Instead, as Micah observed, they planned their sinful actions, even while lying in their beds (v. 1). In Micah’s time and place, the powerful were taking advantage of others for their own gain. Rather than protect the powerless—typically identified in the Old Testament as the poor, the widow, the orphan, and the oppressed—the powerful in Micah’s day trampled them even further underfoot. What’s worse, these wicked people didn’t simply stumble upon taking advantage of others, they stayed up late figuring out ways to enrich themselves at the expense of others. Micah has strong words for these people—the Lord is “planning disaster...from which you cannot save yourselves” (v. 3), which ends with the once-powerful, once-wealthy elite being homeless. The Lord’s punishment will match the crime when He enacts justice on behalf of His people. In the West, Micah’s mini-sermon serves a dual purpose. First, God’s fierce judgment warns us to steward well the power and wealth He has given us. Second, this mini-sermon encourages the oppressed. Like God assured Moses long before Micah, He hears, He sees, He knows, and He remembers (see Ex. 2:23–25). God does not turn away from oppression in this world. His eyes are open, and one day He will make all things right. Even though it seems like the powerful have free reign over the powerless, they do not. Take hope in this assurance! >> It is important to consider where we stand on these issues. Do we love our neighbors well? If we put ourselves first and worry only about our own needs, we are not following Christ’s example.
The gang reads and discusses Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's melancholy children's classic The Little Prince. Turns out Saint-Exupéry led a surprisingly exciting and sensual life! Find out all about it in this exclusive episode. (Our apologies in advance for the probably-offensive attempts at French accents.) Rachel is the freaking birthday girl. Jackie's not very wrong. Theo forbids his friends from harmonizing. Topics include: No Nut November, Handel's Messiah, friendly pranks, Professor Josh Levine, Gregor Mendel, Felix Mendelssohn, Nazi-killin', airplane trends, mail/male pilots, Gaturro vs. Garfield, Jimmy Hoffa, the gift of rocks, kindred spirits, making friends as an adult, whole-assing twelve friendships, Farmville, and Candy Crush.
What happens when 2 assholes with too much sense stop making sense? On this episode, Antoine and Matt give you Bad Advice. They read real questions from advice columns and try to give the person the worst advice possible. The conversation starts with movies and tv shows they've been watching. Join the nonsense at https://linktr.ee/2sense
A daily quote to inspire the mind, gratitude to warm the soul, and guided breathing to energize the body. Quote: “Life has a meaning only if one barters it day by day for something other than itself.” - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Gratitude: An Internet Connection. It's hard to believe how easy it is to take the internet for granted, seeing how none of us had just a couple of decades ago. Guided Breathing: Equal Breathing. Visit TheDailyRefresh.com to share your unique piece of gratitude which will be featured on an upcoming episode, and make sure to watch the tutorial of how to make The Daily Refresh part of your Alexa Flash Briefings! Call to action: If there's something unique YOU are grateful for, let me know and I'll share it on an upcoming episode. Simply visit TheDailyRefresh.com and click the word 'Gratitude e' in the Nav bar!
durée : 00:33:00 - Boomerang - par : Pierre Martinerie, Augustin Trapenard - Professeur émérite de Littérature française au Collège de France mais aussi écrivain, on lui doit, sur cette chaine, d'avoir passé de beaux étés avec Montaigne, Baudelaire, Pascal ou encore Colette. Antoine Compagnon est l'invité d'Augustin Trapenard. - invités : Antoine Compagnon - Antoine Compagnon : Professeur au Collège de France depuis 2006, titulaire de la chaire de Littérature française moderne et contemporaine - réalisé par : Lola COSTANTINI
Antoine Abou-Samra is a seasoned founder, entrepreneur, and C-level executive who has been CEO of two businesses. Today, based in Beirut, being passionate about food and wine, Antoine is now founder/producer of A Table For Two and creator/host of The Wine Hour podcast. In this conversation, we discuss Antoine's path, having traversed so many experiences, lived and travelled in many places. We look at the lessons learned while being CEO. He shares his perspective being based in Beirut these difficult days. We also explore his wonderful personal mission that drive his two ongoing projects, building bridges around the world through cuisine and a good bottle of wine. If you've got comments or questions you'd like to see answered, send your email or audio file to firstname.lastname@example.org; or you can find the show notes and comment on minterdial.com. If you liked the podcast, please take a moment to rate/review the show on RateThisPodcast. Otherwise, you can find me @mdial on Twitter.
On this episode Tony, T.G Lindo, G , Antoine, sip wine, talk Cinemax and HBO after dark, and get there spook on by sharing real life scary stories........ENJOY!!!!! ---HAPPY HALLOWEEN--- Follow Everyone: @tonytalkspc (IG & Twitter) @elementgmedia (IG) @tony_mcbadluck (IG) @gera.dejesus (IG) @psychadelic_junkie666 @an_twizzy (IG) @itsjust_brandon_ (IG) @_shotsbybrandon_ (IG)
Créateur et animateur de l'émission "J'irai dormir chez vous", Antoine de Maximy a passé des années à arpenter le monde pour rencontrer "les gens". J'ai voulu en savoir plus sur ce qui le motivait, sur sa vision du monde, de l'altérité et de la liberté. Il s'est confié à moi dans un entretien passionnant que je vous propose de découvrir aujourd'hui. Le film "Chomo" : https://youtu.be/Shy1jO9665U Vous pouvez nous soutenir : ★En devenant contributeur sur Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/leprecepteurpodcast Vous pourrez ainsi accéder à du contenu inédit ! ★Ou en faisant un don ponctuel sur PayPal : http://paypal.me/leprecepteurpodcast Pensez à laisser une note et un avis sur la plateforme de podcast où vous m'écoutez. Cela prend quelques secondes, et c'est un geste très utile pour le référencement du podcast ! Et bien sûr, continuez à partager les émissions que vous préférez sur vos réseaux sociaux. Le Précepteur Podcast a été créé pour vous et continuera d'exister grâce à vous. (Pour toute demande, vous pouvez contacter l'équipe du Précepteur Podcast ici : email@example.com)
Leslie Palti-Guzman, exchanges with Antoine Heuty, founder of Ulula, a software company that allows workers in the mining industry to alert their employers about unsafe working conditions. Antoine and Ulula are at the core of the action: Supply Chains, ESG, Mining, Data. Our conversation touches on the role of the extractive industry in the energy transition, social vulnerabilities in the mining supply chain, ESG, standards and social media. Antoine is also sharing his path in becoming an entrepreneur. This episode was recorded on Oct. 20, 2021.
The Boys discuss their TRADETalks selection, The Old Geezers, Vol. 1 Three old geezers, activists, and lifelong friends reunite at the funeral of the wife of one of them, Antoine, who finds out about a long ago liaison between his dearly departed and the reviled billionaire who owns the factory they all worked in. Livid, Antoine jumps in his car and heads for Italy with revenge on his mind, his two buddies and his pregnant granddaughter following close behind. A chance to reminisce about the past, to fantasize about sticking it to the man, to discuss what's wrong with the world, to bridge the generation gap, to forgive and forget and settle scores. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Please like, subscribe, and share! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Leave us a voicemail at 1 (312) 967-6282 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ To listen to the audio version of the show, visit www.AroundComics.com, or subscribe on Apple Music, Google Play, Spotify, or wherever awesome podcasts are found. Sign up for the AC Newsletter at http://aroundcomics.substack.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Support the show and get bonus content at https://www.patreon.com/aroundcomics Buy AC Gear: http://www.aroundcomics.com/shop ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Connect with us: Leave a voicemail at 1 (312) 967-6282 YouTube: http://bit.ly/aroundcomics Periscope: https://www.pscp.tv/AroundComics Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/aroundcomics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aroundcomics Twitter: https://twitter.com/AroundComics Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AroundComicPodcast Website: http://www.aroundcomics.com Substack: http://aroundcomics.substack.com Goodreads Book Group: http://bit.ly/acgoodreads Amazon.com Book Club: http://bit.ly/acbookclub Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/kbill/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------ COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER: This episode may contain copyrighted material whose use has not been specifically authorize by the copyright owner. Around Comics is making this information available in our efforts to advance the understanding of public policy. We believe that this constitutes a “fair use” of the copyrighted material as provided in section 107 of the US Copyright law. If you wish to use this copyrighted material for purposes of your own that go beyond “fair use” you must obtain permission form the copyrighted owner. If your copyrighted material appears on this site and you disagree with our assessment that it constitutes “fair use”, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org DISCLAIMER: Any information presented during this podcast is for entertainment and recreational purposes only. Facts, figures, data, quotes or any other information is mostly taken from other sources and Around Comics offers no guarantee to the legitimacy, or accuracy of any information presented as factual. No information presented here should be assumed as an accusation of guilt or defense of innocence. All subjects are presumed innocent, until proven guilty by a court of law. Under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Copyright 2021, all rights reserved.
Ce mercredi 27 octobre, le rôle de BeeToGreen dans la décarbonisation de la mobilité des entreprises et de leurs salariés a été abordé par Antoine du Teilleul, co-fondateur de BeeToGreen, dans la chronique La pépite dans l'émission Good morning business présentée par Sandra Gandoin et Christophe Jakubyszyn sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
What happens when 2 assholes with too much sense stop making sense? On this episode, Antoine and Matt discuss Darius McCrary, star of Family Matters as Eddie Winslow, potentially dating a transgender woman. The conversation then moves to worthy Verzuz opponents for Busta Rhymes. Finally, a satire interview with Antonio Brown. Join the nonsense at https://linktr.ee/2sense
Antoine Desmet est l'artisan derrière la marque de switcher haut de gamme Made in France DESS (dess-equipement.com). Il travaille avec des artistes poids lourds du métier tels que Matthieu Chédid, Jean-Louis Aubert et quelques autres. C'est dire la qualité de ses produits et le niveau de son expertise. Il était au salon du Paris Guitar L'article Antoine Desmet au Paris Guitar Festival, fabricant de switcher haut de gamme DESS est apparu en premier sur La Chaîne Guitare.
Jeffrey Brown reports on musician Richard Antoine White's unlikely journey from the streets of Baltimore, Maryland, to concert halls around the globe -- thanks to his mastery of the tuba. This story is part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
In his new book, 'Music is History,' Roots co-founder Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson moves year-by-year through his life, writing about memories and turning points, and the songs he was listening to at the time.Richard Antoine White spent his early childhood in poverty in Baltimore, at times sleeping in abandoned houses. He's now principal tubist in the Santa Fe Symphony and the New Mexico Philharmonic. He recounts his triumph over adversity in a new memoir called 'I'm Possible.'
Richard Antoine White spent his early childhood in poverty in Baltimore, at times sleeping in abandoned houses. He's now principal tubist in the Santa Fe Symphony and the New Mexico Philharmonic. He recounts his triumph over adversity in a new memoir called 'I'm Possible.'
Emma hosts writer Alex Hochuli, co-host of the Aufhebunga Bunga podcast, to discuss his recent book The End of the End of History: Politics in the Twenty-First Century that he co-authored with George Hoare and Phillip Cunliffe, taking on the establishment and breakdown of complete neoliberal hegemony over the last three decades. Alex and Emma situate our current moment at the end of decades of neoliberal consensus that have failed to give us the tools to comprehend actual contestation over what society should look like. Jumping back to the ‘90s and George H.W. Bush, they explore the birth of the neoliberal world order in the shadow of the end of the Cold War, built on complete hegemony in the West, and complete submission to hegemony for the rest. They take on this view of neoliberal politics and globalization as a “force of nature,” rather than policy choices, with the few forms of counterculture focused on carving out their own spaces in society rather than genuine social change. Hochuli then looks at the 2008 financial crisis as the breaking point of a building lack of confidence and disillusionment of neoliberalism and capitalism, and the response of Occupy as an important movement of the left from taking on a minoritarian approach to speaking for and with the 99%. However, the return of politics came without the tools to understand and analyze our moment as it built towards the victories of Trump and Brexit (among other right populist wins), resulting in a complete breakdown of the neoliberal media and elites, focusing on conspiracy theories about Russia rather than actually dealing with the rejection of neoliberal hegemony. Next, they touch on cultures of anti-politics (“oh they're all corrupt”) and how the neoliberal hegemony and supposed “end of history” gave political disgruntlement no place to go, before Alex dives into the case study of Brazil over the last decade or so, with their 2013 uprisings for social policies actively being detached from party politics, and giving rise to a complete distrust of democracy and politics in favor of judicial and technocratic rule, ultimately seeing the election of Bolsonaro. He and Emma jump from this back to the US and our handling of COVID, looking at Biden's presidency as a form of technopopulism, giving Trump's agenda a professional sheen while actual policy discussion is drowned out by culture war. Emma also takes on Manchin's hypocritical “entitlement society” objections, as well as Bernie's pitch-perfect response. 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