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    An Approach to Introducing Ambient Music John Cage (1912-1992) presents an attractive challenge to a music GSI teaching a class of non-majors. As much an idea man as a pen-on-paper composer, Cage proposed through his writings and artistic approach that all sound, whether deliberate or accidental, whether inside or outside of the concert hall, is in fact a macro-series of musical events. In effect, according to this way of thinking, all ambient sound is music. Considering the way most of us have

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    consider relevant to the information security in ambient intelligence and the proposed solution that I have formulated, noting the general limitations of your research study. After I have analyzed the three methodologies, I will choose one of the methodologies to use in the study, and state the reasons that I made the choice, citing research for support in your decision. Ambient intelligence The emerging ubiquitous information society also known as ambient intelligence, ubiquitous networking, or pervasive

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    Out of Light – cometh Darkness, dark ambient music and the impulse towards deconstruction © 2000 Daniel du Prie 1. “These recordings may be seen as a notation of our deadminded society, but not as a reaction against it, we will all become ambient dead heads, if not...” (Archon Satani, In Shelter, liner note, 1994) If not, then ellipsis. The conditional clause of fact, followed by an open-ended ellipsis, where not only the conjunction between a conditional present and an effected future (then.

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    to ignore the majority of popular music save for the general chapter on ‘jazz.’ As for modern media, ‘music’ always meant — and unfortunately often still means — popular music only, and generally only from the 1950’s onwards. Mark Pendergast’s The Ambient Century, chronicling the “evolution of sound in the electronic age,” is a refreshingly thorough book due to the fact that that it does not entrench itself in a ‘classical only’ or ‘pop only’ mindset. Rather, Pendergast attempts to make sense of and

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    population, mainly reducing the incidence of respiratory disease mortality. Under the Resource Management Act 1991, the Ministry for the Environment provides Ambient Air Quality Guidelines for regional councils and unitary authorities to manage the ambient air in their region. Therefore, the Auckland Council is in charge of ensuring that the ambient air in Auckland is clean and healthy and doesn’t contain excessive levels of pollutants by undertaking stringent monitoring of the air, creating and implementing

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    Green permits

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    off - generate revenue but create barriers d. give away - harm firms already environmentally friendly trading rules leading to socially undesirable outcome a. anybody trade - geographic concentration problem b. mixing problem - receptor sites and ambient standards 4. Green Permits as a market failure can’t have failed without trying on large scale example - rapid phaseout of lead gasoline References: Develin, Rose, Grafton, Quentin. Marketable emission permits:efficiency, profitability and substitutability

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    significant safety issues. If normal levels of care are exercised, then there should be no risks involved. Variables that alter * b and c, (from diagram) * Magnification Variables to control ==================== * a (from diagram) * Ambient light * Part of object for which magnification is measured each time. * Place b is measured from and to Apparatus list ============== * 0.15m tube * Lens * Object * 12V Power pack * Light source (lamp) white light average

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    Considerations in Casino Design

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    designed to make people feel submissive and to enhance emotional arousal” ( Guelph News Release). Casinos implement certain elements to induce these feelings such as identification checks and security officers, asymmetrical colors and designs and ambient noise levels. These perceptual influences evoke a social status in the patrons of the casino, either making them feel as if they are out of place or these subliminal tactics may not affect them at all. Casinos also use strategic placement of gaming

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    mind of dominance in which the result of previous concepts of life and costumes achieved are just vague figures trying to make up a non-abstract drawing that represent power. Generations and cultures are being confronted, characteristic of a dense ambient in which two different manners of applying the rules of society provoke an ironic reaction of rebellion that apply to a macrocosm. The title means "Miss Forbes's summer of happiness." The time of the year, the island surrounded by the dark blue sea

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    Absinthe: The Price of Creativity

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    creativity is a behavior, can it be influenced by things that occur in the brain? Some artists seem to be naturally endowed with the gift of creativity and the creation of these new responses to old information. Some artists seek to place themselves in ambient conditions in order to induce these new responses of the nervous system. And other artists seek out the help of drugs. Drugs can have a wide variety of effects, from mild physical effects to huge effects on personality and behavior. At the end of

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