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Mourning, Variation, Transcription, Completion: Piano Works by Liszt and Busoni

Many of Liszt’s works have complex, protracted geneses. Rather than chisel away in furious, even obsessive, self-criticism like Brahms, working his way toward a final, perfected version – there are exceptions – Liszt tended to move on, sometimes furnishing several, competing versions of an ‘original’ work. In addition, there are, of course, arrangements, transcriptions, paraphrases, and much in between, often again in more than one version. Not all of Liszt’s works – nor Busoni’s, following ...
Tags: Busoni, Igor Levit, Liszt, Mozart, Salzburg Festival, Mark Berry


Boost your home's signal and style with Nest Wifi

Homes weren’t built for Wi-Fi, so when we introduced Google Wifi in 2016, we built it to work for any home. With Nest Wifi, we’re taking everything you love about the original and making it even better, with a powerful router and a Wifi point that includes the Google Assistant, bringing you more help at home. Whole home coverage The Nest Wifi system is actually two separate devices: The Nest Wifi router plugs directly into your modem, forming the basis for a strong and powerful home network,...
Tags: Google Assistant, Google Wifi, Google Nest, Sanjay Noronha


‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ Trailer: An Imaginary Friend Becomes a Violent Enemy

Imaginary friends rarely get a good rap in horror movies, and Daniel Isn’t Real is no exception. But the twist with Adam Egypt Mortimer‘s psychedelic doppelganger thriller is that the imaginary friend in question here is an edgy teen (Patrick Schwarzenegger) who starts to wreak havoc on the life of troubled student Luke (Miles Robbins), who has been given some very bad advice from his therapist. Watch the Daniel Isn’t Real trailer below. Daniel Isn’t Real Trailer The producers of Mandy ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Digital, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Movie Trailers, Independent, Southwest, Mortimer, Daniel, Luke, Mandy, Adam Egypt Mortimer, Sasha Lane, Daniel Isn't Real, Deleeuw, Luke Miles Robbins


BWW Exclusive: Ben Rimalower's Broken Records with Special Guest, Santino Fontana!

In this episode, Ben and Daniel talk to Tony, Grammy, and Academy Award-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz about Judy Collins' 1967 album 'Wildflowers.' They also discuss Joni Mitchell, Laura Nyro, The Supremes, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf,' Motown, 'Bye Bye Birdie,' and Leonard Cohen. Stephen talks about the conception and creation of a number of his works, including 'Wicked,' 'Godspell,' 'Pippin,' 'The Baker's Wife,' 'Working,' 'Rags,' and 'The Prince of Egypt.' He tells storie...
Tags: Virginia, Theatre, Disney, Egypt, Whitney Houston, Daniel, Ben, Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, Judy Collins, Santino Fontana, Ben Rimalower, Tony Grammy, Joni Mitchell Laura Nyro, Leonard Cohen Stephen, Howard Ashman Charles Strouse Steven Spielberg


New Paper Explains Why Technologists Should Rally Behind Section 230

At the request of James Grimmelmann, and with his editorial support, I wrote an essay for the Communications of the ACM called “Internet Immunity and the Freedom to Code.” The abstract: The Internet’s freedom to code is in jeopardy. In 1996, Congress enacted 47 U.S.C. § 230, which says Internet services aren’t liable for third-party content in many cases. In practice, for over two decades, Section 230 has legally immunized coders’ decisions about how to gather, organize, and publish third par...
Tags: Google, Facebook, UK, Law, Congress, San Francisco, United States, Airbnb, DOE, Grindr, Ugc, Homeaway, Daniel, James Grimmelmann, Derivative Liability, Internet History


Born to Rule Himself: Recovering a Lost Dream for Men

What is a man? Many continue to ask, and many offer new answers. Confusion blows across our land, exposing the feeble bridge between technological advancement and self-understanding. Mysteries of far-off galaxies unravel before high-powered telescopes while the face gazing back from the mirror lingers more distant than ever. With a world lying in his palm, modern man remains, to himself, a stranger. Some imagine that two men can marry. Some see no problem with males acting like women ...


Issa Rae Has Lent Her Voice to Google Assistant. Yes, You Can Ask Her About Lawrence

Siri has an awkward black counterpart. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Siri, Insecure, Daniel, Lawrence, Issa Rae, Google Assistant, Awkward Black Google


Refusing Dangerous Work Is Not Only in the Eye of the Beholder

Written by Daniel Standing LL.B., Editor, First Reference Inc. Hassan v City of Ottawa (OC Transpo), 2019 OHSTC 8 confirms the principle that an employee’s belief in a work-related threat that is purely subjective and hypothetical will not allow the employee to invoke the exceptional remedy under the Canada Labour Code to refuse to work. To legitimately refuse to work on this basis, the employee’s perception of danger must also be objectively reasonable. In this case, the employee’s refusal fail...
Tags: Law, Employment law, Ottawa, Daniel, Substantive Law: Judicial Decisions, Case Comment, Practice of Law: Practice Management, Substantive Law, Canada Labour Code, Right To Refuse Work, Occupational Health and Safety, Perception Of Danger, Right to refuse dangerous work, Editor First Reference Inc Hassan, OHSTC, Work Place Health and Safety Committee


Hey Google, talk like Issa

Here's a trivia question for you. Which actress is also a writer and producer, started a web series on YouTube, translated common insecurities into a hit show, gives a great pep talk and makes a cameo as a voice on the Google Assistant? It's Issa Rae! Starting today, Issa Rae’s voice is available as a cameo on the Google Assistant, in English for a limited time in the U.S. To switch to Issa’s voice, simply say “Hey Google, talk like Issa," or go to your “Assistant voice” in Assistant Settings. Y...
Tags: Google, Youtube, John Legend, Pixel, Daniel, Lawrence, Issa, Issa Rae, Google Nest, Manuel Bronstein, Google Assistant, Google Home, Issa Rae Starting


The Radical Guidebook Embraced by Google Workers and Uber Drivers

A book based on ideas associated with a labor group from the early 20th century has provided a blueprint for organizing without a union.
Tags: News, Gross, Demonstrations, Strikes, Daniel, Organized Labor, Labor and Jobs, Protests and Riots, Lynd, Industrial Workers of the World, Staughton, Labor Law for the Rank and Filer" (Book, Google Workers


Vancouver Canucks Name Centre Bo Horvat Team’s Latest Captain

VANCOUVER — Bo Horvat has been named the newest captain of the Vancouver Canucks. The team made the announcement Wednesday night in a special ceremony ahead of the Canucks home opener against the L.A. Kings. Vancouver went without a captain last year following the retirement of long-time leader Henrik Sedin and his twin brother, Daniel, at the end of the 2017-18 season. Instead, the team used a rotating crew of assistants last season, including Horvat. A lot of thought went into pick...
Tags: London, Sport, Vancouver, Hockey, Vancouver Canucks, Bo Horvat, Canucks, Daniel, Henrik Sedin, Sedin, Horvat, Travis Green, NHL Captains, Gemma Karstens Smith, Bo Horvat Team, Bo Horvat Vancouver Canucks Amy Irvin


Theater review: In ‘Gem of the Ocean,’ we hear and feel history

August Wilson (1945–2005) was America’s preeminent male African American playwright, inarguably. His masterpiece and hopefully lasting legacy is his 10-play series, collectively known as “The Pittsburgh Cycle,” each play centering on a decade of the 20th century, each distilling elements of the African-American experience. Written late in the cycle but set during the first decade of the 20th century, “Gem of the Ocean” stunningly weaves together mankind’s brutality and mankind’s hope, theatrical...
Tags: Supreme Court, Africa, Alabama, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, North America, Smith, Jones, Southern California, Wilson, Atlantic Ocean, Mary, Daniel, KEVIN JACKSON


BWW Exclusive: Ben Rimalower's Broken Records with Special Guest, Stephen Schwartz!

In this episode, Ben and Daniel talk to Tony, Grammy, and Academy Award-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz about Judy Collins' 1967 album 'Wildflowers.' They also discuss Joni Mitchell, Laura Nyro, The Supremes, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf,' Motown, 'Bye Bye Birdie,' and Leonard Cohen. Stephen talks about the conception and creation of a number of his works, including 'Wicked,' 'Godspell,' 'Pippin,' 'The Baker's Wife,' 'Working,' 'Rags,' and 'The Prince of Egypt.' He tells storie...
Tags: Virginia, Theatre, Disney, Egypt, Whitney Houston, Daniel, Ben, Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, Judy Collins, Broken Records, Ben Rimalower, Tony Grammy, Joni Mitchell Laura Nyro, Leonard Cohen Stephen, Howard Ashman Charles Strouse Steven Spielberg


David Rittich’s 34-Save Shutout Paces Flames to 3-0 Win over Canucks

CALGARY — David Rittich posted 34-save shutout for the Calgary Flames in a 3-0 win over the visiting Vancouver Canucks on Saturday. Elias Lindholm and Sean Monahan scored for Calgary (1-1-0), while Johnny Gaudreau had an empty-net goal and two assists for his second multi-point game to open the season. Jacob Markstrom stopped 27 of 29 shots in the loss for Vancouver (0-2-0). Calgary improved to 8-8-3 in home-openers since the turn of the century. The hosts outshot the Canucks 14-5 in...
Tags: Sport, Vancouver, Hockey, Calgary Flames, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver Canucks, Canucks, Daniel, Milan Lucic, Gaudreau, Myers, Elias Lindholm, Travis Hamonic, Johnny Gaudreau, Loui Eriksson


90 Day Fiancé: Just Keep The Women Safe!

How hard can it be? Don’t send them to war zones, don’t put them in danger, don’t make them give birth on the floor! Hello, fans of disgusting, filthy reality television! Welcome to my harem. After a hard day of work yesterday with the sun shining in my face (life in LA is just so taxing), it was amazing to come home to a full DVR, heart, and belly. A little too full, actually. How do you stop eating? Laura and Aladdin I’m going into this episode with a big question: has Liam gotten over h...
Tags: Facebook, Beyonce, Mexico, La, India, Syria, South Africa, Ed Sheeran, Humor, Tlc, West Coast, Avery, Donald Trump, Michael, Palm Springs, Sue Smith


Colorado 2019: The Tenkara Summit & Breaking In The Ebisu

Saturday... What. A. Day. After a long, but eventful day of travel and fishing on Friday, it was now time for the Tenkara Summit, presented by Tenkara USA. I think this was the fifth Summit I've attended over the years, each one being an enjoyable mix of presentations, instruction, and fishing camaraderie. This year's Summit was not only a gathering for anglers both new and experienced, but it was also marking Tenkara USA's 10th anniversary of operation. Quite the milestone for a style of fl...
Tags: Usa, Colorado, Youtube, Sport, Fishing, Broncos, Daniel, Boulder Creek, Ebisu, Boulder Canyon, Fly Tying, Michael Agneta, Tenkara, Tenkara USA, Ishigaki, Takénobu


That time Daniel Craig kissed Rami Malek… Wait, what?

Daniel Craig as James Bond Oscar-winner Rami Malek has revealed a very peculiar anecdote from the set of his new film, the latest in the long-running James Bond series. No Time To Die marks the 25th installment in the Bond franchise, and features Daniel Craig returning as the iconic James Bond. Malek will play the villain in the movie, whose name and origin has yet to be publicly disclosed. Nevertheless, in an interview with Stephen Colbert, Malek did disclose that he’d locked lips with Craig ...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, China, Lifestyle, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Craig, Cary Fukunaga, Ad Friendly, Daniel, Rami Malek, Malek, PSSH, No Time To Die, James Bond Oscar, James Bond Malek


Dreams can teach

In SG1 one of the characters said “Dreams can teach” and then taught Daniel a lesson about how power can corrupt a person. It was a touching episode. One of the gifts I have been given is that ability to remember many dreams I have had. Generally I remember at least one dream a night […]
Tags: Opinion, Daniel


Who is Our Enemy in Spiritual Warfare? (Ephesians 6:12)

When Paul embarked on his third missionary journey, Ephesus was the first city he visited. He had briefly visited Ephesus during his second missionary journey and had started a church there (Acts 18:19-20), but he now wanted to return and spend plenty of time teaching and training the Christians in Ephesus what it meant to follow Jesus and be the church in their community. Acts 19:10 records that he spent about two years teaching them about Jesus. During this time, many miracles were performed, ...
Tags: Jerusalem, Z, Satan, Jesus, John, Hitler, Christ, Matthew, Corinthians, Michael, Napoleon, Devil, Ephesus, Spiritual Warfare, Peter, Daniel


Lack of Clarity on Discretionary Payments Benefited Terminated Employee

Written by Daniel Standing LL.B., Editor, First Reference In Thoma v Schaefer Elevator Components Inc., 2019 BCSC 100 (CanLII), the British Columbia Supreme Court re-affirms the need for employers to establish and communicate clear and explicit rules when discretionary bonuses form part of an organization’s compensation scheme. These rules should regulate an employee’s entitlement to bonus payments (both during employment and during a notice period), as well as the eligibility criteria and how a...
Tags: Law, Employment law, Payroll, Daniel, Surrey British Columbia, Gillies, Substantive Law: Judicial Decisions, Case Comment, Practice of Law: Practice Management, Substantive Law, British Columbia Supreme Court, Thoma, BCSC, Employment Contract, Notice period, Bonus and incentive plan


MMA Chiropractor 'Hammers' Drivers' Necks in Volvo Trucks Campaign

More than eight out of ten truck drivers suffer pain, mostly in their backs and necks, according to a new Volvo Trucks study. Some hurt so badly they even consider quitting their jobs. To raise awareness of this problem, Volvo Trucks hired a highly experienced and respected chiropractor, YouTube star Dr. Beau Hightower, to set up a mobile clinic at a busy truck stop in New Mexico.“Dr. Beau” normally spends his days treating muscular mixed martial arts (MMA) athletes who are highly in tune with t...
Tags: Verizon, Advertising, US, Automotive, New Mexico, North America, Volvo, MMA, Volvo Trucks, Daniel, Sandra, Beau, Hightower, Johan, Forsman, Volvo Trucks North America


Long-term Building in Japan

The Ise Shrine in Japan, which has been rebuilt every 20 years for over 1,400 years.  When I started working with Stewart Brand over two decades ago, he told me about the ideas behind Long Now, and how we might build the seed for a very long-lived institution. One of the first examples he mentioned to me was Ise Shrine in Japan, which has been rebuilt every 20 years in adjacent sites for over 1,400 years. This shrine is made of ephemeral materials like wood and thatch, but its symbiotic re...
Tags: Japan, Future, Bbc, Infrastructure, Unesco, Tokyo, Holland, Sfo, Christ, Kyoto, Osaka, Suntory, Kami, Buddhist, Daniel, Danny


52 ANCESTORS IN 52 WEEKS 2019 WEEK 35: DANIEL PIERCE OF WOBURN, MA.

My 7x great grandfather Daniel Pierce was born in Woburn, Ma on 7 Oct 1676 He  married Dinah Holt in Andover, Massachusetts, on July 3, 1705. They had seven children together, all born in Woburn:Abigail was born on May 18, 1706, in Woburn, Massachusetts.Thomas was born on October 30, 1707, in Woburn, Massachusetts.\Sarah was born on May 30, 1709, in Woburn, Massachusetts.Joseph was born on May 5, 1711, in Woburn, Massachusetts.Daniel was born on June 23, 1714, in Woburn, Massachusetts.John was b...
Tags: John, Genealogy, Sarah, Family History, Abigail, Joseph, Daniel, Bill West, Woburn, Woburn MA, Woburn Massachusetts, Harvard Ma, Andover Massachusetts, Daniel Pierce, Pierce Family, Pierce Daniel


What a Prehistoric Monument Reveals about the Value of Maintenance

Members of Long Now London chalking the White Horse of Uffington, a 3000-year-old prehistoric hill figure in England. Photo by Peter Landers. Imagine, if you will, that you could travel back in time three thousand years to the late Bronze Age, with a bird’s eye view of a hill near the present-day village of Uffington, in Oxfordshire, England. From that vantage, you’d see the unmistakable outlines of a white horse etched into the hillside. It is enormous — roughly the size of a football fie...
Tags: Europe, England, London, Future, San Francisco, Cities, Infrastructure, Oxford, Smithsonian, Smith, Golden Gate Bridge, Ucla, Daniel, Göbekli Tepe, Paul Nash, Oxfordshire England


The Best Things to Do in Lyon, France (Including Plenty of Food!)

Known worldwide as a foodie paradise, there are loads of things to do in Lyon, France besides eat. We share the top attractions AND the best restaurants Lyon has to offer. Founded about 2,000 years ago, Lyon, France, has a lot to offer travellers. The city is practically a living museum, filled with magnificent architecture and featuring a vibrant culture that attracts visitors from all around the world. Since many different populations have called Lyon home, it has become a proverbial meltin...
Tags: Travel, France, Jurassic Park, Edgar Degas, Madagascar, Washington State, Lyon, St Georges, Best Restaurants, Michelin Star, Unesco World Heritage, Daniel, Denise, Rhone, Lyon France, Auguste Rodin


God is Trustworthy (Daniel 6) Lesson #37 in What is God Like?

In this lesson plan from Daniel 6, kids will learn that God is Trustworthy. God is Trustworthy (Daniel 6) Lesson #37 in What is God Like? AGE GROUP: elementary (ages 6-11)TIME REQUIRED: 45 minutes This is lesson 37 of 42 in our study on the Attributes of God called “Can you tell me what God is like?” Visit the series index to view all the lessons and get more ideas for using this curriculum in your children’s ministry. LESSON 37: GOD IS TRUSTWORTHY Key Verse: “The law ...
Tags: Religion, Daniel, What is God Like


These sweet candy shops are popping up across Southern California

Southern California has no shortage of places to buy candies. But in recent years, the region has seen small, homegrown candy shops open in downtown areas and malls designed with the goal of providing people of all ages with sweet nostalgia in colorful and whimsical settings that would make Willy Wonka proud. With a large jawbreaker and Whirly Pop owners Austin Pearlman and Sam McDougall pose before their selfie wall at their candy store AusSam Candy on Chatsworth Street in Granada Hills on ...
Tags: California, Sport, Austin, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Sam, Pacific, Southern California, Huntington Beach, Mike, Daniel, McDougall, Austin Texas, Chino, Corona


Twins learn to walk at Norwich boxing sessions

Daniel and Thomas Bristow, nine, have a rare condition that affects their muscle strength.
Tags: UK, News, Norwich, Daniel, Thomas Bristow


The Leader Who Was ‘Trump Before Trump’

Under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan has taken a decidedly authoritarian turn.
Tags: Japan, News, Obama, Green, Aso, Freedom Of The Press, International Relations, Kishi, Barack, Trump, Bush, Steven, Daniel, Hugo, George W, Far East


Podcast #511: Mastering the Psychology of Investing

When it comes to investing, your brain can be your best friend or your worst enemy. My guest today explains how, and what you can do to ensure your brain is a staunch ally in your quest for financial security. His name is Daniel Crosby, he’s a psychologist, behavioral finance expert, and the author of The Behavioral Investor. We begin our conversation discussing the surprising ways sociology and physiology influence our financial decisions. We then delve into the psychological factors that ca...
Tags: Decision Making, Podcast, Money, Life, Investing, Adam Smith, Wolf, Daniel, Sapiens, Yuval Noah Harari, Brilliant Earth, Money & Career, BrilliantEarth, Budgeting and Savings, Podcast Sponsors Brilliant Earth, Daniel Crosby