Nicole Giannina Kehrberger is an award-winning actress, aerial artist and teacher. As a theater, film and TV actress she has worked with directors such as Antonio Latella, Joss Houben, Stefane Lebard, Wolfram Hundhammer, Naruna Kaplan de Macedo, John Mc Mullin,Jean Martin Moncéro, Peter Key, Cédric Behrel among others. Nicole is a master teacher at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier. Since 2000 she has lead workshops on acrobatics all over the world and in 2011 she founded the International Theater Summer School in Berlin teaching workshops to students from the US, Switzerland, France, Belgium, England, Argentina, Mexico and Germany. In 2005 she co-produced the UBU prize award-winning theatre production of the “Study on Medea” directed by Antonio Latella. Nicole worked with Latella on Progetto Non Essere-Hamlets Portrait in 2008that has been presented at the XIII Edition of the Festival delle Colline Torinesias well as at the Mittelfest. In 2012 she built her own theatre space in Berlin "The Barfuss Theater“.
The space is run together with her partner Michele Andrei. Official website Nicole Kehrberger on Facebook Nicole Kehrberger on e-Talenta
Rob Bakker, better known by his stage name Muneshine, is a Canadian recording artist, record producer, DJ and mix engineer and performer. Since 2005, Muneshine has released three major label projects in Japan, contributed production and vocal appearances on more, his sales in this territory exceed 40,000 units His first release debuted on HMV Japan's hip hop charts at No. 8. Since Muneshine has collaborated with a number of popular American hip hop musicians, including Pete Rock, Sean Price, DJ Spinna, Guilty Simpson, Rob Swift. Starting out in music, Muneshine produced and mixed. In 2000, he connected online with artists Braille, Ohmega Watts and Othello to form the group Lightheaded, they released their debut album'Pure Thoughts' in 2001 to critical acclaim and mild commercial success in Japan. The following year, Muneshine connected with Emilio Rojas; the two formed a duo named Phocus and created and released their only album,'A Vision and a Plan'. Following these releases, Muneshine created his first solo album,'Opportunity Knocks', released in 2005 on Handcuts Records.
On this album he collaborated with legendary hip hop producers Pete Rock and DJ Spinna, further expanding his reach in the underground hip hop world. In 2007, Muneshine created 3 versions of his album'Status Symbol'; this same year he released his first instrumental hip hop album,'A Walk In The Park'. In 2008 Muneshine partnered with New York based producer/MC Saint. After releasing a promotional remix album flipping Jay Z's'American Gangster' with all original production they created and released their only album,'Open House'. In this stage of his career, Muneshine collaborated with fellow Canadian MC D-Sisive; the duo won SOCAN's coveted Echo Songwriting award for the song "Nobody with a Notepad" taken from D-Sisive's album Let the Children Die. The song caught the attention of notable hip hop artists such as DJ Eclipse. Since they have released the albums Vaudeville, Jonestown 2, Jonestown 3. In 2010 Muneshine started working with fellow Canadian MC/producer, Ghettosocks; the two began writing music and touring internationally in support of their collaborative project, Twin Peaks.
In 2010 they created their album'Kissing Hands & Shaking Babies', released on Droppin' Science Productions. The duo toured extensively in Canada, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Poland. In 2011 the album was nominated for an East Coast Music Award. Once that project had concluded and Ghettosocks brought in three more artists they worked with – D-Sisive and Bix in an effort to form a larger group project, Wolves. In 2013 they released their self-titled album. In 2012, Muneshine released a solo project There Is Only Today, his first under the Droppin' Science label; the album featured production from DJ Spinna, Buckwild,!llmind and M-Phazes, among others. Guest appearances include Emilio Rojas, D-Sisive and Ghettosocks, among others.2013 saw the release of Muneshine's limited edition 12" EP, Bed Bugs via Blunted Astronaut Records. This release featured remixes from producers Herbaliser and Soundsci, as well as a vocal feature from Canadian hip hop artist Moka Only. On 30 June 2014, Muneshine released his fifth solo album, In Transit, on Toronto label Scissor Records & Tommy Boy Entertainment.
This whole album was written "In Transit", meaning on a plane, bus, car and biking. It featured production among others; the same year, Muneshine premiered the single "Venus & Mars" on Majestic Casual, gaining 800,000-plus plays on YouTube and 600,000-plus on Soundcloud. On the production side, Muneshine's Portugal; the Man and Spandau Ballet flip recently went official with over 900,000 plays. Since Muneshine has been focused on producing and writing electronic music, he released ` Sunshine'. The single was released with 2 remixes, one from Germany based house producer LCAW, the other from legendary New York producer, DJ Spinna. In 2017 Muneshine has released his latest EP,'Full Throttle' featuring Toronto rock/pop duo Darcys; this song was released with 2 remixes, one from UK-based duo Du Tonc, the other from German producer PWNDTIAC. Four projects Muneshine has collaborated on with D-Sisive have been nominated for Juno Awards. In 2008, D-Sisive's B. O. O. K. Which was engineered by Muneshine, was nominated for Rap Album of the Year.
D-Sisive's 2010 release Vaudeville was nominated under the same category, Jonestown 2, D-Sisive's 2011 release received the same Juno nod and was produced and engineered by Muneshine. This year, D-Sisive's video for "Friend of Mine," was nominated for Video of the Year. Muneshine's production on D-Sisive's "Nobody with a Notepad," was chosen in The Huffington Post's "100 Best Canadian Songs Ever" in 2014. Studio albumsOpportunity Knocks A Walk in the Park Status Symbol There Is Only Today In Transit Sunshine Full Throttle Collaborative albumsA Vision and a Plan A Vision and a Plan Open House The Perfect Strangers EP Kissing Hands & Shaking Babies Mount Crushmore EP Wolves (with Bix, D-Sisiv
This is a list of notable bulletin board system software packages. Citadel – written for the CP/M operating system, had many forks for different systems under different names. CONFER – CONFER II on the MTS, CONFER U on Unix and CONFER V on DEC VMS, written by Robert Parnes starting in 1975. Mystic BBS – written by James Coyle with versions for Windows/Linux/ARM Linux/OSX. Past versions: MS-DOS and OS/2. Synchronet – Windows/Linux/BSD, past versions: MS-DOS and OS/2. WWIV – WWIV v5.x is supported on both Windows 7+ 32bit as well as Linux 32bit and 64bit. Written by Wayne Bell, included WWIVNet. Past versions: MS-DOS and OS/2. ENiGMA½ – Node.js based. Any computer that can run Node.js can run ENiGMA½. Written by Bryan Ashby. PETSCII BBS Builder – Creator: Francesco Sblendorio – Java framework, developer-oriented. PicoSpan Ami-Express – aka "/X" popular in the crackers/warez software scene. C-Net – aka "Cnet" Still in development today as well. DLG Excelsior Tempest TransAmiga Zeus Xenolink Max's BBS Max's Pro CommuniTree Written by John S. James and online in Santa Cruz, CA in 1978 Diversi-Dial – Chat-room atmosphere supporting up to 7 incoming lines allowing links to other DDial boards.
GBBS – Applesoft and assembler-based BBS program by Greg Schaeffer. GBBS Pro -- based on the MACOS language. HBBS – a hi-resolution graphical dial-up BBS and client package for the Apple II, supported threaded, rich media messages including graphics, sound, fonts and animation via its desktop client entitled Pixterm. Networks II – by Nick Naimo. SBBS – Sonic BBS by Patrick Sonnek. TProBBS – message boards and built-in RPG, coded in Applesoft BASIC by Guy T. Rice Citadel – including Macadel, MacCitadel. FirstClass Hermes Red Ryder Host – early example of donationware. TeleFinder Atari Message Information System – and derivatives FaST BBS - Jeff Molofee AKA NeHe Apollo64 – by Jeff Heaton. Blue Board – by Martin Sikes. Superboard – by Greg Francis and Randy Schnedler. C*Base – by Gunther Birznieks, Jerome P. Yoner, David Weinehall. C-Net DS2 – by Jim Selleck. Color64 – by Greg Pfountz. Does the Job BBS – by Andrew Bernhardt. Ivory BBS – by Bill Jackson. McBBS – by Derek E. McDonald. Prometheus – by Martin Brückner.
Many of these needed KMD to handle modem interactions and file transfers. CBBS – The first BBS software, written by Ward Christensen. Citadel MikroKom RBBS – written in Microsoft Basic slow login with more than a few users. TBBS Excalibur BBS Maximus Celerity BBS Citadel – including DragCit, Cit86, TurboCit, Citadel+ Ezycom – written by Peter Davies. FBB – packet radio BBS system, still in use. GBBS – used in the Melbourne area. GT-Power L. S. D. BBS – written by The Slavelord of The Humble Guys. Infusion – written by Skaboy of ACiD Productions; the Major BBS MAUS Maximus McBBS – by Derek E. McDonald. MikroKOM Opus-CBCS – first written by Wynn Wagner III. PCBoard PegaSys ProBoard BBS – written by Philippe Leybaert. Pyroto Mountain QuickBBS – written by Adam Hudson, with assistance by Phil Becker. RBBS-PC RemoteAccess – written by Andrew Milner. Renegade – written by Cott Lang. RoboBOARD/FX – written by Seth Hamilton. Searchlight BBS Spitfire SuperBBS – by Aki Antman and Risto Virkkala. TBBS TCL Telegard TriBBS TCL TAG Virtual Advanced – known as VBBS.
Waffle – written by Tom Dell, supported UUCP. Wildcat! – by Mustang Software. Worldgroup – The latest version of MajorBBS, the last released by Galacticomm. AdeptXBBS Maximus PCBoard Virtual Advanced – known as VBBS. Wildcat! – by Mustang Software. It was not an OS/2 software package, but included code to run in a DOS box under OS/2. Xenia mailer software Forum 80 TBBS - by Phil Becker, for the Model III/4 Citadel – including Citadel/UX, Dave's Own Citadel. Falken – Linux versions by Chris Whitacre, past MS-DOS versions written by Herb Rose. Firebird BBS – Linux-based. LysKOM Maple BBS MBSE BBS – by Michiel Broek. After that maintained on SourceForge. Maximus OpenTG – OpenTelegard BBS PCBoard v16 – by CDC, now by MP Solutions, LLC. PicoSpan Sklaffkom – Linux-based. Waffle
Moralistic therapeutic deism is a term, first introduced in the book Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of American Teenagers by sociologists Christian Smith and Melinda Lundquist Denton. The term is used to describe; the book is the result of the research project the "National Study of Youth and Religion". The author's study found that many young people believe in several moral statutes not exclusive to any of the major world religions, it is not a new religion or theology as such, but identified as a set of held spiritual beliefs. It is this combination of beliefs that they label moralistic therapeutic deism: A God exists who created and ordered the world and watches over human life on earth. God wants people to be good and fair to each other, as taught in the Bible and by most world religions; the central goal of life is to feel good about oneself. God does not need to be involved in one's life except when God is needed to resolve a problem. Good people go to heaven; these points of belief were compiled from interviews with 3,000 teenagers.
The authors say the system is "moralistic" because it "is about inculcating a moralistic approach to life. It teaches that central to living a good and happy life is being a good, moral person." The authors describe the system as being "about providing therapeutic benefits to its adherent" as opposed to being about things like "repentance from sin, of keeping the Sabbath, of living as a servant of a sovereign divine, of steadfastly saying one's prayers, of faithfully observing high holy days, of building character through suffering..." and further as "belief in a particular kind of God: one who exists, created the world, defines our general moral order, but not one, personally involved in one's affairs—especially affairs in which one would prefer not to have God involved."The remoteness of God in this kind of theism explains the choice of the term deism though "the Deism here is revised from its classical eighteenth-century version by the therapeutic qualifier, making the distant God selectively available for taking care of needs."
It views God as "something like a combination Divine Butler and Cosmic Therapist: he's always on call, takes care of any problems that arise, professionally helps his people to feel better about themselves, does not become too involved in the process."The authors believe that "a significant part of Christianity in the United States is only tenuously Christian in any sense, connected to the actual historical Christian tradition, but has rather morphed into Christianity's misbegotten stepcousin, Christian Moralistic Therapeutic Deism."CNN online featured an article, "More Teens Becoming Fake Christians" on Kenda Creasy Dean's 2010 book Almost Christian: What the Faith of Our Teenagers is Telling the American Church.. She writes, "The problem does not seem to be that churches are teaching young people badly, but that we are doing an exceedingly good job of teaching youth what we believe, that Christianity is not a big deal, that God requires little, the church is a helpful social institution filled with nice people…" She goes on to say that "if churches practice MTD in the name of Christianity getting teenagers to church more is not the solution.
A more faithful church is the solution.... Maybe the issue is that the emperor has no clothes." One criticism of moralistic therapeutic deism is that it is more of a general worldview than a religion or theology in itself. The above-mentioned moral concepts of MTD are not unique to any particular religion or spiritual practice, they can, however, be seen as principles extracted and generalized from orthodox Christianity, but devoid of specific doctrines about God and humanity. A second criticism is that the term is tendentious rather than descriptive, since, as the originators admit, "no teenager would use the terminology'Moralistic Therapeutic Deist' to describe himself or herself"; the term is applied to denigrate a set of beliefs less traditional than one's own. Damon Linker suggested in a 2009 blog post that moralistic therapeutic deism, while theologically "insipid", is "perfectly suited to serve as the civil religion of the differentiated twenty-first century United States", a contention, disputed by Collin Hansen, Ross Douthat, Rod Dreher.
Cafeteria Christianity Postchristianity "Spiritual but not religious" Theism in the United States Smith, Christian. Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of American Teenagers. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-803997-6
Benzeneselenol known as selenophenol, is the organoselenium compound with the formula C6H5SeH abbreviated PhSeH. It is the selenium analog of the simplest phenol, the related thiol thiophenol; this colourless, intensely malodorous compound is a useful reagent in organic synthesis. Benzeneselenol is prepared via the reaction of phenylmagnesium bromide and selenium: PhMgBr + Se → PhSeMgBr PhSeMgBr + HCl → PhSeH + MgBrClMore so than thiophenol, benzeneselenol is oxidized by air; the product is diphenyl diselenide as shown in this idealized equation: 4 PhSeH + O2 → 2 PhSeSePh + 2 H2OThe presence of the diselenide is indicated by a yellow coloration in most samples of PhSeH. The diselenide can be converted back to the selenol by reduction followed by acidification of the resulting PhSe−. PhSeH is seven times more acidic than the related thiophenol. Both compounds dissolve in water upon the addition of base. In organic synthesis benzeneselenol is converted to its conjugate base PhSe−, a potent nucleophile.
Benzeneselenol was first reported in 1888 by the reaction of benzene with selenium tetrachloride in the presence of aluminium trichloride. The compound is intensely malodorous and, like other organoselenium compounds, toxic