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Fritzi Scheff sings Victor Herbert’s “Kiss Me Again” (1936)

First shared mix, live from my garage. Surprise appearance from JT at the end ;) DOWNLOAD http://www42.zippyshare.com/v/43430040/file.html

Tracklist:

Million Voices - Otto Knows
Feed The Dada - Dada Life
No Beef - Afrojack
Incredible - Carnage & Borgore
Epic - Sandro Silva & Quintino
Whoomp There It Is (DJ Smerk Mash) - King Mirz, Ralvero, Tag Team
One More Time - Daft Punk
One - Swedish House Mafia
Pursuit of Happiness (Steve Aoki Remix) - Kid Cudi ft. MGMT & Ratatat
All Molly Everything - Danny Diggz
All My Friends - Tom Piper & Tommy Trash ft Mr. Wilson
Ladi Dadi vs Sending My Love (Dave Fogg) -Steve Aoki ft. Wynter Gordon
I Need Your Love (Nicky Romero Remix) - Calvin Harris ft. Ellie Goulding
Niggas With A Rattle (Miami Ski Team Remix) - Kanye West & Jay-Z, Bingo Players
Cobra - Hardwell
Can’t Stop Me (Mister Gray Bootleg) - Afrojack ft. Shermanology
Lies (Otto Knows Remix) - Burns
Turbulence - Steve Aoki & Laidback Luke
Chasing Summers (R3hab & Quintino Remix) - Tiesto
Roll the Drums (Clockwork Remix) - Autoerotique, Marissa Jack
Where The Party At - Simon Gain/Joey Seminara/B.I.G./DJ Deville
Slam the Door - Zedd
212 Who? (Mister Gray Bootleg) - Azealia Banks vs. Plastik Funk & Tujamo
Who Is Ready to Jump - Chuckie
Human - Nicky Romero & Zed
Turn It Down - Kaskade
Unite Kids (Tommy Trash Bootleg) - Pnau vs Tommy Trash vs MGMT
White Noise / Red Meat - Dada Life
Hit It! - GTA, Digital Lab, Henrix
Cannonball - Showtek & Justin Prime
What Happens In Vegas - Cuckie
Heads Will Roll (A-Trak Remix) - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
The Crowd Song (Mister Gray Bootleg) - Rhythm Gangsta
Generation 303 - Nicky Romero
Don’t You Worry Child (Mister Gray Bootleg) - Swedish House Mafia

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So @OMGRaj wanted 2 go in the studio last week & record 4 the 1st time. I invited @ThatKevinMartin & @JoshHerms to help, this is the result. Fun times! @MarieDomingo

Une vache sur ma place de parking (The Cow in the Parking Lot)
Leonard Scheff et Susan Edmiston
Développement personnel, Le Livre de Poche, 2013

Cela fait dix minutes que vous errez sur un parking quand une place se libère. A ce moment-là, une Jeep surgit et se gare juste devant vous. Ça vous énerve ? Imaginez à présent que c’est une vache qui déboule et s’installe au milieu de la place de stationnement. Est-ce que vous êtes toujours furieux ? Vous seul prenez la décision de vous mettre en colère.

ARTIST WATCH | CHLOE SCHEFFE

Seattle native Chloe Scheffe is a graphic designer with an affinity for “weird display type, fresh flowers, English quiz shows, and a good sentence.” Currently she is working at Other Means, and will be departing for MetaHaven in the Fall.   


Muse’s Milk: Tell us your story.

Chloe Scheffe: I came into graphic design in an unremarkable way, almost by accident. Like many of your interviewees, I grew up drawing. Art stayed a hobby until I went to an arts­based high school called Tacoma School of the Arts, where I concentrated in the visual arts—I focused in very traditional media, like graphite and china marker.

Even as a high schooler, though, I was almost overly practical, and I had no allusions that I was actually going to be a fine artist. I always sensed that I couldn’t make a living doing art. That knowledge, however premature or limiting, and a knack for ‘layout’ that my drawing teacher identified in one of her reviews of my weekly required sketches, prompted me to take my first graphic design class during my junior year. I really hated it. But I stuck with it, and by the end of the semester I was doing graphic design for fun—along with my twin sister, also a graphic designer, I designed most of the posters for the shows and concerts put on by the performing arts concentrators. At the end of our senior year we decided that we would both pursue graphic design in community college, which, if we changed our minds, felt like a safe and reasonable investment of time and money.

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[1506.07288] Minimal sufficient positive-operator valued measure on a separable Hilbert space

[ Authors ]
Yui Kuramochi
[ Abstract ]
We introduce a concept of a minimal sufficient positive-operator valued measure (POVM), which is the least redundant POVM among the POVMs that have the equivalent information about the measured quantum system. Assuming the system Hilbert space to be separable, we show that for a given POVM a sufficient statistic called a Lehmann-Scheff'{e}-Bahadur statistic induces a minimal sufficient POVM. We also show that when the outcome space of a POVM is a standard Borel space, there exists an equivalent minimal sufficient POVM and that such a POVM is unique up to relabeling neglecting null sets. We apply these results to discrete POVMs and information conservation conditions proposed by the author.

Is inability to address emotion holding back psychology?

Is inability to address emotion holding back psychology?

Thomas Scheff would like psychologists to talk about emotion — not simply to share feelings, but to advance science. According to the emeritus professor of sociology at UC Santa Barbara, intuition could be the catalyst that enables psychology to progress in areas in which it has stagnated.

His research, “Three Scandals in Psychology: The Need for a New Approach,” is published in the Review of…

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The shame of psychology

IMAGE: These are emojis. view more Credit: Sonia Fernandez Thomas Scheff would like psychologists to talk about emotion — not simply to share feelings, but to advance science. According to the emeritus professor of sociology at UC Santa Barbara, intuition co…
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“NAY, no longer I may hold you,
In my #spirit’s soft caresses,
Nor like lotus-leaves enfold you
In the tangles of my #tresses.
#Fairy fancies, fly away
To the white #cloud-wildernesses,
#Fly away!”
- Sarojini Naidu

#art #colorful #spectrum #fantasyart #acrylicpainting #fineart

Marc Scheff - #Blue Fairy (detail), #acrylic, ink and #gold leaf

See the full #painting on krabjabstudio.com! (at Krab Jab Studio)

The Shame of Psychology

Thomas Scheff would like psychologists to talk about emotion — not simply to share feelings, but to advance science. According to the emeritus professor of sociology at UC Santa Barbara, intuition could be the catalyst that enables psychology to progress in areas in which it has stagnated. His…

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