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Synaesthesia® 1.0 User Guide for Synaesthesia® 1.0, a powerful, easy-to-use application for Mac® OS X, that helps you to capture and organise information throughout the lifetime of a film, video, or digital production.
Jack James User Guide for Synaesthesia® 1.0, a powerful, easy-to-use application for Mac® OS X, that helps you to capture and organise information throughout the lifetime of a film, video, or digital production.
Jack James Jack James is an ordinary kid. At the age of 10 his mom encouraged him to start his own business. He decided to write a book to encourage other kids who are thinking about starting a business. Jack’s book is written from one kid to another. In How to Let Your Parents Raise a Millionaire Jack tells other kids the story of how he started his business, Jack’s Garbage Valet. He explains how easy and fun it can be and explains exactly why other kids should strive to become an entrepreneur. He also tackles two subjects many kids experience, but few talk about: Bullying and having a learning disability. Jack has devoted a chapter to each of these subjects to help kids just like him understand they are not alone. Through Jack’s candid discussions about being bullied and what it feels like not to be able to read like the other kids in class, Jack encourages them to believe in themselves and know in their hearts they are winners!
Jack James Lies, intrigue, illicit affairs, kidnapping, snitches, drug use.
Sound like the stuff of a daytime TV soap opera? The soap dishers should be so creative.
Those happen to be some of the elements in The PD Chronicles, a behind-the-scenes account of what goes on at a radio station in Anytown, U.S.A., as told by Jack James, a living, breathing, working program director. For obvious reasons, this current major market PD uses a pseudonym, though one would have to think that sooner or later, a savvy boss would realize the characters populating these chronicles were his very own employees.
The matter-of-fact, often cynical and mostly hilarious deadpan diary entries give readers a glimpse of what really goes on behind the curtain of an everyday radio station. This PD takes you into the hallways, the general managers office, the sales department, the control room and on-air studio, the lobby and the bathroom (how Ally McBeal!) of the radio stations where hes worked. Its WKRP, only the real deal.
Among other entries, we learn that the promotions director tried conducting a hate campaign against the new morning man, including posting nasty comments to the stations Web site bulletin board. And talked the night deejay into disparaging his embattled A.M. counterpart. Her cover was cracked, though, and needless to say, shes out.
Then theres the case of the kidnapped T-shirts. They were lifted by a competitor while one young promotions helper was in the process of giving them away before a stadium concert.
Turns out the thief hadnt realized he was stealing from a beefy former University of Minnesota football player. (A possible clue to the PDs whereabouts? But we digress).
In front of a stadium full of concertgoers, the jock tackles the hapless absconder, giving himself legend status in the process.
Also in The PD Chronicles, we get the I cant make it for my shift job excuse du jour. Among them: a late night jock who claimed he knocked out his front teeth in a bathroom fall. Those sibilant sounds just dont cut it on the air. Excuse accepted.
Until we learn he real reason for the dental disturbance was a drug deal gone bad, and that our troubled deejay has had a problem with amphetamine-type substances since his teens. Turned over to the police by his own grandmother, the young addict was headed for a rehab centerand a job somewhere else. (This poor PD seems to have more employee turnover than the Yankees under George Steinbrenner).
When this PD is discovered and loses his own job, hell have a bright future as a writer. Maybe then his relatives, who keep asking When are you gonna get a real job? will be proud of him.
Jack James The Health of Populations: Beyond Medicine uses current research and in-depth analysis to provide insights into the issues and challenges of population health; a subject of increasing concern, due largely to rapid population growth, population aging, rising costs and diminishing resources, health inequality, and the global rise in noncommunicable diseases. Reducing the global burden of disease requires prevention of disease incidence, which is achievable through reduction of exposure to primary (behavioral) and secondary (biomedical) risk factors. The 15 chapters of the book are divided into three sections that focus on the science of health, the harm of medicine, and how to achieve optimal health. By highlighting the benefits of preventing incidence of disease, this book illustrates how biomedicine needs to be repositioned form being the dominant approach in healthcare to being an adjunct to behavioral, legislative, social, and other preventive means for optimizing population health. Heavily evidence-based and thoroughly referenced with hundreds of scientific citationsContains a glossary, as well as valuable tables, illustrations, and information boxes to further explain core contentProvides fresh perspectives on issues related to rapid population growth, population aging, rising costs, diminishing resources, health inequality, and moreCarefully distils extensive tracts of information, clarifies misunderstandings, and rebuts myths with the ultimate goal of encouraging better understanding of the action needed to promote optimal health for all
Jack James The Digital Intermediate process (DI), or conversion of film to digital bits and then back to film again, has great potential to revolutionize the postproduction process. The skill set to photochemically process a movie and pop it into a canister for the postal service to send around to all of the movie houses and the skill set to digitally master and create a file that is distributed globally via the Internet and satellites are completely different. One of these entirely new processes is that of the digital intermediate. The DI has tremendous advantages, ranging from improved quality (first "print" is as good as the last) to cost savings (no re-mastering) to digital distribution (bits and bytes: no film in canisters). The DI influences everything from on set production to the delivery of content to consumers and everything in between.
Digital Intermediates for Film and Video teaches the fundamental concepts and workflow of the digital intermediate process. Covers basics of film first, and then introduces the digital world--including a tutorial on digital images, asset management, online editing, color correction, restoration, film and video output, mastering and quality control.
Jack's clear and easy-to-follow explainiation of Hollywood buzz words and components facilitates the spill over to anyone who has a vested interest in the quality and cost of the movie.