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Called “Random Access Memories,” the fourth studio album from the French duo was previewed in a trailer played at the California music festival on Friday night. In the video (shown above), Daft Punk. I love to mix things up and give syndicated content, that can satisfy readers with similar preferences as mine.
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Fresh story, as seen these days on the web atteases new music and gives a glimpse of some of the major names that contributed to the upcoming album.
Daft Punk, made up of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, worked with Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, Panda Bear, and Julian Casablancas, among others.
The electronic duo was originally rumored to play Coachella, but a rep for Daft Punk quickly shot the rumors down.
"Random Access Memories" hits stores on May 21.
Daft Punk - Around The World
Official video for Daft Punk’s “Around The World” from the album Homework. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/ldhj7l Directed by Michel Gondry and choreographed…
Daft Punk - One More Time
Official video for Daft Punk’s “One More Time” from the album Discovery. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/dg4nny “One More Time” remains Daft Punk’s biggest c…
Daft Punk - Harder Better Faster
Official video for Daft Punk’s “Harder Better Faster” from the album Discovery. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/itynce Like all songs from the album Discover…
Daft Punk - Derezzed (from TRON: Legacy)
Music video by Daft Punk performing Derezzed. (C) 2010 Disney Enterprises, Inc./Daft Punk TM and © by permission.
Daft Punk - Digital Love
Official video for Daft Punk’s “Digital Love” from the album Discovery. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/3ftlgh Like all songs from the album Discovery, the m…
Daft Punk - Something About Us
Official video for Daft Punk’s “Something About Us” from the album Discovery. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/osl3y9 Like all songs from the album Discovery,…
Daft Punk - Da Funk
Official video for Daft Punk’s “Da Funk” from the album Homework. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/k9kg2j Like Daft Punk on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/…
Daft Punk - Robot Rock
Official video for Daft Punk’s “Robot Rock” from the album Human After All. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/q63jak Like Daft Punk on Facebook: http://www.fac…
Daft Punk - Aerodynamic
Official video for Daft Punk’s “Aerodynamic” from the album Discovery. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/cgy406 Like all songs from the album Discovery, the mu…
American Evan Lysacek skates during the victory ceremony after winning the gold medal at the Vancouver Olympics on Thursday, Feb. 18
What would the Flying Tomato do? If Shaun White could trade in his baggies for spandex and his board for a pair of quarter-inch blades (and maybe cut his hair) to compete in men’s figure skating, would he do it? Would he do the quad?
Uh, yes. No question. This is the man who clinched the gold on Wednesday and bettered his winning run with a second drop-in featuring the daring, innovative and wow-inducing Double McTwist 1260. He didn’t have to do it. But he did. Because he wanted to. Because it’s the Olympics. Because that’s the kind of competitor he is. (See pictures from the Vancouver Winter Olympics.)
Where was that sense of daring and anxiety-triggering anticipation in the men’s figure-skating final on Thursday? It certainly wasn’t much in evidence on the ice in the Pacific Coliseum. There was great skating, certainly — American Evan Lysacek skated a solid, clean program that earned him enough points to skate past heavy favorite Evgeni Plushenko of Russia and cinch the gold. The right man won, no doubt. But the entire night, I felt something was missing. We didn’t see anything akin to the inspired performance Sarah Hughes gave in 2002 in Salt Lake City to best Michelle Kwan, or the house-rousing skate that Alexi Yagudin threw down that same year to claim the men’s title. Something was missing, something that must have gotten stuck somewhere in the new computers the judges use to punch in their elements scores, and their skating-skills scores, and their transition and linking footwork marks, and their performance and execution scores — and let’s not forget that catch — all assessment of “interpretation.” (See the 10 worst figure skating costumes.)
Don’t get me wrong. Unlike many who follow the sport (and even some skaters themselves), I’m actually a fan of the new scoring system, the “code of points,” first used in Torino. I think it’s raised the level of skating skill to impressive levels in ways that don’t always come across on television. The edges are sharper and deeper, the footwork is cleaner and crisper, and the spins are tighter and, frankly, more like spins than the squats some skaters were getting away with for years. (See 25 Olympic athletes to watch.)
But one casualty in raising the technical precision of the sport is the spontaneity that makes sports exciting. Athletes at this level live on the edge of control and chaos, and it’s the collective wow of moments when they butt themselves up against that line that take our breath away and keep bringing us back to watch. “It’s important for any sport to continue to raise the bar and move forward,” Paul Wylie, a 1992 silver medalist, told me after the men’s short programs. “I have to admit, as a performer who did two triple Axels in my program in Albertville, I am surprised that more guys aren’t doing the quad.”
Ah, yes, the quad. It’s been a hot topic among skating fans this entire week — this entire season, really — as the arguments go back and forth over whether a quadruple jump of any kind is necessary in the men’s program or amounts to nothing but showboating. Lysacek decided, coming into Vancouver, not to include one in his program; he tried it at the U.S. nationals in January and fell. But he’s the only skater among the top competitors who made that decision, sparking all kinds of buzz among the skating cognoscenti about whether he was pushing the sport back.
Regardless of where you weigh in on the debate, that’s the thing that should be worrying skating officials and athletes alike: that the scoring system may be sucking out the drive and inspiration for innovating and evolving the sport that jumps like the quad represent. The stricter scrutiny that the system places on the execution of elements is biasing skaters to play it safe and skate programs that are constructed — move for move, from fingertip to toe point — with an almost passionless precision.
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The Knight News Challenge accelerates media innovation by funding breakthrough ideas in news and information. Winners receive a share of $5 million in funding and support from Knight’s network of influential peers and advisors to help advance their ideas. The first round of 2013, which opens in February, will invite innovators from all disciplines to focus on tools for open government. In 2012, three challenge rounds, each focused on an emerging trend, drew more than 2,500 entries.
Challenge 1 - on NETWORKS: Winners were announced June 18.
Challenge 2 - on DATA: Winners were announced Sept. 20.
Challenge 3 – on MOBILE: Winners were announced Jan. 17.
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Megaphone is a low-bandwidth, anonymous or pseudonymous, private and public group mobile messaging platform that helps people raise their voice.
Megaphone will use simple text-driven menus and voice messaging in conjunction with mobile encryption and the open Web to help people privately share discussions, and broadcast to the Web if they choose.
The system lets people leave voice messages that can be publicly or privately shared, and geo-mapped as indicated in the video indexed here: http://vimeo.com/12567943#comment_7816752
Journalists trying to spread news or find stories that would otherwise not come to light, and ordinary citizens building a culture of openness.
Journalists will learn about Megaphone through:
- established journalist networks, such as the Forum for African Investigative Reporters, Global Investigative Journalism Network, Investigative Reporters and Editors, the Online News Association, WJChat , journalism schools and alumni associations; digital/social media such as Twitter and Facebook
The public would learn about it from journalists, peers, NGOs and any news channels available to them, online or off.
I have worked with the Social Innovation Group at the MaRS Centre in Toronto, MaRS FutureLab and colleagues from the Canadian Film Centre MediaLab on this project. The SIG has offered consulting and research support, but further outreach is necessary to journalist groups identified above.
We have completed the prototype design and are seeking avenues to move to the system development phase.
Success would be enabling journalists to find and share stories that may be difficult, dangerous or impossible to surface and share with the world, and to help people in repressive regimes practise using their voice and fostering a culture of openness.
We need digital security, mobile software and distributed network expertise, especially for developing countries.
Please list who is on your team:
Saleem Khan: Project leader, journalist [editor and reporter, ex- CBC, Metro International, Toronto Star newspapers; chairman/director, Canadian Association of Journalists]; advisor, University of Toronto ThingTank Lab [Faculty of Information]; program director, Innovate News.
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