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Sztuczna inteligencja, psychopatologia nienawiści, stres, sztuka radości

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Ewa Woydyłło-Osiatyńska - doktor psychologii, z wieloletnim doświadczeniem w leczeniu uzależnień jako psychoterapeuta w Ośrodku Terapii Uzależnień Instytutu Psychiatrii i Neurologii w Warszawie. W Fundacji im. Stefana Batorego koordynuje szkolenie terapeutów uzależnień w Europie Wschodniej i Azji Centralnej. Spopularyzowała w Polsce leczenie według Modelu Minnesota, który jest oparty na filozofii “Anonimowych Alkoholików”. Czy w przyszłości roboty będą w stanie zastąpić psychologów? I jakich ludzkich cech psychologicznych sztuczna inteligencja nigdy nie będzie w stanie posiąść? Na czym polega psychopatologia nienawiści? I dlaczego ludzkość w kółko powtarza swoje błędy? Jak wolność i uzależnienie są ze sobą powiązane? Co przede wszystkim traci człowiek, gdy wybiera alkohol lub narkotyki? W którym momencie ciągły stres przeradza się w depresję? I czy warto stosować leki antydepresyjne? Jaki jest “wskaźnik szczęścia” Polaków? I gdzie jest granica między normalnym pozytywnym myśleniem a “toksyczną pozytywnością”? Zasubskrybuj nasz kanał Andersen People Polska, aby nie przegapić nowych wywiadów. I koniecznie podziel się swoją opinią w komentarzach. Andersen w rankingach pracodawców: 1) 🤍 2) 🤍 3) 🤍 Jesteśmy w sieciach społecznościowych: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Etapy odcinka: 00:00 Zapowiedź 01:09 Czy sztuczna inteligencja może zastąpić psychologa? 04:22 Jak sztuczna inteligencja może pomóc w leczeniu chorób psychicznych? 05:02 Jakich cech psychologicznych człowieka nigdy nie posiądzie AI? 07:20 Reklama 08:13 Psychologia dyktatury 12:45 Jak dochodzi do dehumanizacji społeczeństwa? 15:20 Reklama 16:34 Dlaczego ludzkość nie uczy się na swoich błędach? 19:46 Natura uzależnień 23:13 Dlaczego człowiek nie może krytycznie spojrzeć na swoje uzależnienie? 27:36 Jak poznać, czy dana osoba jest alkoholikiem? 31:53 Czy alkoholizm można wyleczyć? 36:46 W którym momencie człowiek staje się uzależniony? 43:10 Leczenie według Modelu Minnesota. Filozofia Anonimowych Alkoholików 54:52 Jak żyć radośnie? 57:06 “Toksyczna pozytywność” 59:38 Mentalność psychologiczna Polaków 01:05:18 Depresja - choroba cywilizacyjna 01:09:05 Dlaczego ludzie coraz częściej sięgają po pomoc psychologów? 01:11:54 Leki czy terapia? 01:16:33 Co może uchronić przed depresją? 01:19:11 Blitz 01:21:11 Książki

Дробышевский. "Глюки" нашего мозга и их последствия для цивилизации

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Сегодня на канале Andersen People знаменательное событие! Самый обаятельный и остроумный антрополог современности Станислав Дробышевский – побрился специально ради нашего интервью! На самом деле нет, но, тем не менее, вас ждёт занимательная беседа о происхождении обрядов и праздников, религии и искусстве, морали и самосознании. Всё с яркими примерами, меткими комментариями и научной базой, совсем как вы любите! Другие интервью со Станиславом Дробышевским: 🤍 🤍 Вакансии Andersen: 🤍 Стажировки Andersen: 🤍 Andersen в рейтингах работодателей: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Мы в социальных сетях: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ВК: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Таймкоды: 0:55 Что такое самосознание и как его обнаружить? 3:36 Обряды погребения у людей и животных. "Мы помним о дедушке" 10:20 Когда люди начали во что-то верить? 13:05 Как строились первые храмы? 15:57 Когда люди почувствовали себя отдельным видом? Спонтанное скрещивание 19:07 Почему мораль старше религии? 23:29 Наскальная живопись как средство самовыражения 26:21 Модификации тела как маркер идентичности 32:41 Шаманизм - профессия или болезнь? 39:56 Религия как "глюк" мозга 45:00 Как появляются ритуалы? 48:45 Для чего нам праздники? 53:06 Труд и отдых наших предков. Когда жить стало сложнее? 59:45 Государство без альтернатив 1:03:13 Блиц 1:05:18 "Что почитать?" от Станислава Дробышевского 1:05:58 Где борода!?

Константин Северинов. Как наука борется со старением? [18+]

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Говорим о борьбе со старением с Константином Севериновым, молекулярным биологом из Сколково! Жить до ста лет вам поможет простой советский… Увы, никакой волшебной таблетки нет. :) Старение - это сложный процесс, состоящий из целого ряда механизмов, на которые наука еще только учится влиять. Но давайте выясним, как далеко она продвинулась на данный момент! Поедание младенцев и бессмертные существа. Вечная война в биоме человека. Почему все должны умереть от рака? Об этом и многом другом - в нашем интервью! Таймкоды: 00:00:00 - Начало 00:00:34 - Медузы и бессмертие 00:04:02 - Криогенный обман 00:06:28 - Образование, деньги и удача 00:12:00 - Плацента и антибиотик молодости 00:18:12 - Проблема поиска рецептов долголетия 00:21:11 - Война бактерий и вирусов 00:26:55 - Язык клеток и полеты в космос 00:31:38 - Механизмы старения 00:47:52 - Три критических возраста 00:49:27 - Дожить до рака 00:50:20 - Корейские ученые 00:52:31 - Вопрос от Александра Панчина 00:55:11 - Вопрос от Сергея Попова 00:57:56 - Блиц 00:59:24 - Главный секрет долголетия Вакансии Andersen: 🤍 Стажировки Andersen: 🤍 Мы в социальных сетях: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ВК: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 #Северинов #КонстантинСеверинов #интервью #старение #молодость

Соблазн простоты и авторитарная мечта: разговор о пропаганде с @Andersen People

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Полное видео интервью "Почему мы верим пропаганде?" на канале 🤍Andersen People: 🤍 "Говорим о вещах повседневных, но от того не менее тревожных. Чем пропаганда похожа на рекламу и почему пропагандисты могут быть такими убедительными? Существует ли свобода слова? Чем наша политическая повестка похожа на "Игру Престолов"? Почему всё уже было в "Симпсонах"? Смотрите и, самое главное, делитесь собственными мнениями в комментариях, они для нас очень важны. Таймкоды: 00:00 Начало 1:48 Пропаганда - это ложь? 5:00 Кто наиболее уязвим для пропаганды? 17:36 Для чего нужна национальная идея? 20:48 Реклама для айтишников :) 22:00 Кто кроме диктатур занимается пропагандой? 25:16 Почему пропаганде подвержены даже успешные люди? 30:51 Российская и "западная" пропаганда 36:28 Для чего нужен "хейт спич"? 41:20 Верят ли пропагандисты в свои слова? 45:12 Фиксация авторитаристов на ЛГБТ-тематике 52:54 Грань между агрессивной пропагандой и информационной войной 55:48 Пропаганда в 90-е и свобода слова 58:36 Сериалы о "ментах" - инструмент пропаганды? 1:01:06 Как говорить о политике с близкими? 1:03:26 Авторитарная мечта. Что будет, если мы перестанем интересоваться политикой? 1:05:41 Блиц 1:15:08 Лучшие книги о пропаганде"

Matt Andersen People Get Ready

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Matt Andersen July 8, 2012 Vancouver Island Music Festival Courtenay BC

Шульман. Почему мы верим пропаганде?

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Этот канал - проект международной IT-компании Andersen. Давайте развиваться вместе! :) Вакансии Andersen: 🤍 Стажировки Andersen: 🤍 Andersen в рейтингах работодателей: 🤍 🤍 🤍 В гостях у Andersen People - Екатерина Шульман. Великолепный политолог и человек со множеством достоинств, по мнению как рэпера Оксимирона, так и значительной части нашей аудитории. :) Говорим о вещах повседневных, но от того не менее тревожных. Чем пропаганда похожа на рекламу и почему пропагандисты могут быть такими убедительными? Существует ли свобода слова? Чем наша политическая повестка похожа на "Игру Престолов"? Почему всё уже было в "Симпсонах"? Смотрите и, самое главное, делитесь собственными мнениями в комментариях, они для нас очень важны. Таймкоды: 00:00 Начало 1:48 Пропаганда - это ложь? 5:00 Кто наиболее уязвим для пропаганды? 17:36 Для чего нужна национальная идея? 20:48 Реклама для айтишников :) 22:00 Кто кроме диктатур занимается пропагандой? 25:16 Почему пропаганде подвержены даже успешные люди? 30:51 Российская и "западная" пропаганда 36:28 Для чего нужен "хейт спич"? 41:20 Верят ли пропагандисты в свои слова? 45:12 Фиксация авторитаристов на ЛГБТ-тематике 52:54 Грань между агрессивной пропагандой и информационной войной 55:48 Пропаганда в 90-е и свобода слова 58:36 Сериалы о "ментах" - инструмент пропаганды? 1:01:06 Как говорить о политике с близкими? 1:03:26 Авторитарная мечта. Что будет, если мы перестанем интересоваться политикой? 1:05:41 Блиц 1:15:08 Лучшие книги о пропаганде Мы в социальных сетях: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ВК: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍

Колмановский. Мозг против ИИ, генная терапия рака и месть неандертальцев

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В гостях у Andersen People Илья Колмановский – кандидат биологических наук, научный журналист, ведущий подкаста «Голый землекоп». Как наш мозг может предсказывать будущее? И что способствует замедлению процесса его старения? Зачем медицине нужны химеры? Смогут ли ученые в будущем создать настоящий парк Юрского периода? Киборгизация человечества – это хорошо или плохо? И во всем ли роботы смогут превосходить людей? Как искусственный интеллект может помочь в лечении рака? Почему люди “самые дружелюбные и жестокие существа”? И что нас ожидает в 2023-м в отношении коронавируса? Не забывайте подписываться на наш канал, ведь вас ждет еще много увлекательных и полезных интервью! И обязательно оставляйте свои комментарии, это поможет нам стать еще лучше! Вакансии Andersen: 🤍 Стажировки Andersen: 🤍 Andersen в рейтингах работодателей: 🤍 🤍 Мы в социальных сетях: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Таймкоды 00:00 Превью 00:52 Подкаст “Голый землекоп” и синтетическая биология 03:57 Реклама 05:00 Нобелевский лауреат Сванте Паабо. Что нам нужно знать о мести неандертальцев? 09:22 Эволюционный биолог Брайан Хэйр: “Люди самые дружелюбные и жестокие существа на планете” 15:10 Умеют ли животные воевать? 16:34 Как происходит расчеловечивание во время военных конфликтов? 21:16 Демократия или тоталитаризм – что победит в эволюционной гонке? 23:08 Как мозг предсказывает будущее на основе прошлого опыта человека? 25:38 Сможем ли мы отсрочить старение мозга? И при чем здесь музыка? 30:42 Что приобретает мозг с годами, кроме старости? 32:09 Бои с нейросетями – в чем различие между возможностями мозга и искусственного интеллекта? 38:15 Инвазивные компьютерные интерфейсы 39:22 Как подобрать идеальный антибиотик при помощи нейросети? 43:12 Как ИИ поможет в лечении рака? 44:52 Минироботы в медицине 49:39 Могут ли роботы заменить врачей? 54:14 Как меняется наш мозг при взаимодействии с ИИ? 56:00 Страх, агрессия, эмпатия по отношению к роботам 1:00:50 Химеры, синтетические органы и трансплантология 1:05:31 Выращивание человеческих эмбрионов и этика 1:09:29 Генная терапия - медицина будущего 1:16:01 Парк Юрского периода в реале - биоинженерия и возрождение вымерших видов 1:19:01 Коронавирус в 2023-м и универсальная вакцина 1:22:38 Полезные книги

Matt Andersen - People Get Ready - KTBA Cruise 2018

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(Filmed by Natasha in 1080 HD) Matt Andersen - Guitar & Vocals, Steve Pelletier - Bass, Chris Kirby - Keys Filmed & Recorded on the Keeping The Blues Alive Cruise March 1, 2018 🤍

WOYDYŁŁO OSIATYŃSKA POCZUCIE BEZKARNOŚĆI

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Pełna wersja wywiadu: 🤍 Andersen w sieciach społecznościowych: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍

Губерман. О неформальности, страхе и желании жить

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Игорь Губерман – “мастер поэтической миниатюры”, ставшей особенным оригинальным жанром. Его меткие, остроумные четверостишия "гарики" многие годы заставляют улыбаться читателей по всему миру. Интервью с легендарным поэтом и прозаиком получилось оптимистичным и немного грустным, как настоящая трагикомедия, ведь “на дне каждой шутки лежит жуткая горечь”. Поговорили о свободе слова, политкорректности, природе истинной интеллигентности, исторических параллелях и современной литературе. Смотрите и обязательно делитесь своим мнением в комментариях! Вакансии Andersen: 🤍 Стажировки Andersen: 🤍 Andersen в рейтингах работодателей: 🤍 🤍 Мы в социальных сетях: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Таймкоды: 00:00 Превью 00:52 О новостях, фейках и глупости 02:50 Короткая реклама 03:53 Вопросы от читателей 05:18 “Без вранья человечество просто не живет” 06:39 О чувстве долга и свободе слова 08:12 О цензуре и современной журналистике 10:08 “Чудовищное время” 11:57 “Интеллигенция - это часть нации, способная к самостоятельному мышлению” 13:47 Что такое родина? 16:25 О России и судьбе 18:56 История “гариков” 20:15 О неформальной лексике 23:30 “Семья - надежнейшее благо” 27:21 О страхе и советской власти 27:54 О жизни в лагере и юморе 32:21 Об аресте и несправедливости 36:19 Советское время и вера в светлое будущее 38:34 Новые “гарики” 42:47 Что писатель может изменить словом ? 44:39 “Я верю в человечество, но отношусь к нему с недоверием” 45:25 Об отношениях с богом 46:03 Роль личности в обществе 46:42 О мудрости и желании жить 48:18 Любовь и брак 49:02 О современной литературе 50:14 Блиц

Matt Andersen - People Get Ready - Darmstadt 14.11.22

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Mitreißende Songs, filigranes Gitarrenspiel, raumfüllende Präsenz und über allem diese unglaubliche Soulstimme, die dem Publikum einen direkten Blick in seine Seele gewährt – Matt Andersen gilt nicht ohne Grund als die neue Größe am Blues-Firmament. Er ist schon länger in Deutschland unterwegs, ich entdeckte ihn jetzt erst in der Centralstation.

Евгений Чичваркин. Отношение к русскому бизнесу в Европе

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Вакансии Andersen: 🤍 Стажировки Andersen: 🤍 Мы в социальных сетях: Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍

An Unforgettable Marathon Finish - Gabriela Andersen-Schiess | Olympic Rewind

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📲 Subscribe to 🤍olympics: 🤍 Switzerland's Gabriela Andersen-Schiess finished 37th in the inaugural women's Olympic marathon at the Los Angeles 1984 Summer Games. However, her refusal to quit the race despite the exhausting conditions and suffering from dehydration led to an iconic Olympic moment as sheer determination saw her over the finish line. _ 🇨🇳 #Beijing2022 replays: 🤍 🇯🇵 #Tokyo2020 replays: 🤍 🗞️ News from the Olympic world: 🤍

Lars Andersen: Impossible Archery

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Winner of MrBeast "People With Amazing Talent" competition! Archery precision trick shooting, never done before. I am trying to break the limit of what is possible in archery, this is the first video, with a new collection of some of the new things I have learned since I last made videos. Some shots were hard to execute, some only required a single shot. Remember I have spent crazy many many hours for many years of archery and then impossible things become possible. Why do trick archery ?? Trick archery was once a natural part of many historical archery traditions, because war archers trained various variations, as one does with all other weapons. There really are many different options in archery, and no "real" archery I think: If you choose, just one type of archery, then you miss out a lot of fun !! Sincerely Lars Andersen

Lars Andersen: Turning Arrows

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Arrows fly directions can be changed in the air. It is one of the funniest things to do in archery. It's actually quite easy, all experienced archers should easily be able to learn this. It can be done with ordinary arrows, but it is far easier to learn with an arrow where there is air resistance at the tip of the arrow. Best with a set of extra feathers in front of the arrow But arrows with big hunting tips also work (but it is harder) You place the arrow on strings, not in the middle, but at least one hand width from the center. One has to experiment finding the right distance from the center of the string. When the arrow is shot, then the "wrong" centering causes pushing the back of the arrow to the one side, and then the air resistance causes the arrow to rotate back, this makes the arrow turn. An arrow that comes back completely "The return arrow" requires to be shot against the wind. It is historically described that trick archery must be done with a light bow. Any kind of turn arrows reduces speed the more the arrow turns the more loss of power. It works well with powerful bows but again big turn loses power. I think only it is possible to make dangerous shots with small turns. With my 53 pound bow and small turn the arrow hit with a lot of power. It is historically described to hit an enemy with a turning arrow, but not if it is deadly. Can it have practical function in combat? Impossible to know today, but a hypothetical example: If a man is hiding behind an obstacle, for example. a tree and he is hit with a turn arrow so he may not be killed. But then he will probably move and then he can next be killed with a straight arrow! But the real reason for doing this today is that it is very fun. Why shoot around real people in video? Only when i had been doing it for a long time and was 100% able to shoot around every time I tried to shoot around real people. And of course, first of all, we made many many tests without people but with the same setup and obstacles. If it had exposed those who participated in any possible danger, I would of course not have done that. The purpose of shooting around people was to show that this is completely controllable. Criticism is good But i remove hateful not funny comments. I also remove negative and incorrect comments from people who think themselves to be archery experts, but do not know history, physical laws etc.. Sincerely Lars Andersen

People Get Ready - Matt Andersen

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Matt covers Curtis Mayfield's classic for his Raven & Blues radio session, June 2013. 🤍 and 🤍

How religion turned American politics against science | Kurt Andersen | Big Think

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How religion turned American politics against science New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 In the last 30 years religion has radicalized American politics and seriously harmed the perception of science, says journalist and author Kurt Andersen. This can be directly tied to the rise of the Christian Right in the 20th century. To see this, you only have to look at the response to the same question posed to Republican presidential candidates over three election cycles, from 2008 to 2016: "Do you believe in Darwinian biological evolution?" In 2008, the majority answered yes. In 2012, there were notably less. In 2016? There was only one of 17 candidates who said he did—Jeb Bush, and even he began to backpedal as he answered. "I don’t believe all those people believed what they said," says Andersen, "I don’t think all of them disbelieve in evolution, just some of them—but they were all obliged to say 'yes' to falsehood and magical thinking of this religious kind, and that’s where it becomes problematic." From climate change to Creationism and outright conspiracy theories, Andersen points to how the Republican party has come to increasingly incorporate fantasy and wishful untruths into its approach to social, economic, and foreign policy—and it's turning America into an anti-science spectacle. Kurt Andersen is the author of Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire. KURT ANDERSEN: Kurt Andersen, host of Studio 360 on NPR, is a journalist and the author of the novels Hey Day, Turn of the Century, The Real Thing, and his latest non-fiction book Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History. He has written and produced prime-time network television programs and pilots for NBC and ABC, and co-authored Loose Lips, an off-Broadway theatrical revue that had long runs in New York and Los Angeles. He is a regular columnist for New York Magazine, and contributes frequently to Vanity Fair. He is also a founder of Very Short List.  Andersen began his career in journalism at NBC's Today program and at Time, where he was an award-winning writer on politics and criminal justice and for eight years the magazine's architecture and design critic. Returning to Time in 1993 as editor-at-large, he wrote a weekly column on culture. And from 1996 through 1999 he was a staff writer and columnist for The New Yorker. He was a co-founder of Inside.com, editorial director of Colors magazine, and editor-in-chief of both New York and Spy magazines, the latter of which he also co-founded. From 2004 through 2008 he wrote a column called "The Imperial  City" for New York (one of which is included in The Best American Magazine Writing 2008).  In 2008 Forbes. com named him one of The 25 Most Influential Liberals in the U.S. Media. Anderson graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College, and is a member of the boards of trustees of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Pratt Institute, and is currently Visionary in Residence at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. He lives with his family in New York City.  TRANSCRIPT: Kurt Andersen: In 2008, the big Republican presidential candidates were asked: "How many of you believe in Darwinian biological evolution?" Two-thirds or three-quarters said, "I do." In 2012, the same question was asked, same group of people—Republican presidential candidates—and it was already down to a third. In 2016, the 17 main candidates for the Republican nomination were asked: "Do you believe in evolution?" One, Jeb Bush, brave Jeb Bush, said he did—"but," he said, walking it back even as he said it, “I’m not sure it should be taught in our public schools, and if it is, it should be taught along with Creationism.” So from 2008 to 2016, that was the change and that change is—I don’t believe all those people believed what they said; I don’t think all of them disbelieve in evolution, just some of them—but they were all obliged to say yes to falsehood and magical thinking of this religious kind and that’s where it becomes problematic. America has always been a Christian nation. That meant a very different thing 100 years ago or even 50 years ago than it means today. I grew up not going to church very often at all and not with much religious education, but all of my friends were weekly, regular churchgoers of various kinds. Christian Protestant religion became extreme, it became more magical and supernatural in its beliefs and practices in America than it had been in hundreds of years and more so t... For the full transcript, check out 🤍

Matt Andersen - People Get Ready - Brudenell Social Club 2019

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From the Halfway Home Tour 2019. 🤍

Lars Andersen: A new level of archery

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The ultimate archery trick. Proving that Hollywood archery is not historical. It is not possible to tell the whole story about archery in a 5 minute video. so this video is definitely not the whole truth! Historic archery is a lot of different methods and much is forgotten but archery can be much more than we usually think! THE BACK QUIVER Hollywood of course did not invent the back quiver, but they spread the myth it was proper archery! Many asked why I do not use a back quiver and that is why I am showing my own experience, how bad it is in motion. There are many different historical variatoner of back quiver and they have of course been used, but presumably belt quiver was more common and some archers did not use quiver. HISTORIC ARCHERS HAD THE ARROWS RIGHT AROUND THE BOW Af course not all not all. Someone had the arrow left around the bow, but many historical archers had the arrow right around, also archers in Europe TARGET PLATES Past archers obvious used fixed targets, but not the modern round divided two dimensional. THE THREE LEVELS OF ARROW HANDLING It is obvious much more complicated, We can not know what the first archers did, some of the earliest pictures show arrows in the bow hand, but the arrow is much older than the bow so the quiver may be used and it is impossible entirely exclude that the first archer held his shafts in the draw hand. In some parts of history is progress gone in the 3 levels, but other times the opposite has happened. Some archers are gone from arrows in the draw hand to the advanced rapid fire quiver that was developed just before war archery disappeared. TRICK ARCHERY IS HISTORICAL ARCHERY Training tricks was an integral part of several historical traditions HISTORIC ARCHERS SHOT FAST There are a lot of historical descriptions of archers that shoot fast and that archers were rejected because you were not fast enough. DO I HIT EVERYHING? I use a LOT of time practicing, and every time I set out to learn a new skill, a new trick or how to handle a new type of bow or arrow, it takes a long time, with plenty of misses. When I got the idea of grabbing an arrow in flight and firing before I landed, it took me months to learn. For a long time, arrows flew everywhere! But there's no trick in the video that I haven't done many times (except for splitting the arrow in flight – after I'd done that once I finished the video). The one with hitting the blade I've only done three times, though. All that running hurt my knees. ;-) ON MY BOWS AND POWER I'm 50 years old, and have been doing archery for only ten years. I'll never be able to shoot really fast with 100 lbs+ war bows. I tried, but it just produced injuries. Had I started at age 10, it would have been a different story. ;-) Bows were not always shoot against plate armour (as at Crecy in 1346 and Agincourt in 1415). This was very much the exception. Many opponents had little or no armour at all, and Stone Age findings show that many animals were taken down by multiple shots. Also, in 1923 Saxton T Pope examined a number of historical museum bows from around the world. His conclusion was that most only had a tensile strength of 45-50 pounds. The fast shooting methods I use are described in war manuals and are intended to be performed with war bows THE CHAINMAIL TEST Around 04:22 I penetrate chainmail. The arrows had bodkin tips, and the chainmail is riveted. However, while the gambeson is thick, it's not as thick as some I've seen elsewhere. But one reason the arrows penetrate is that I sharpen not only the tip itself, but also the edges of the bodkin tip. HIT AN INCOMING ARROW! You don't have time to aim or think, but can only do it if your reactions are completely instinctive. First of all, you need to be convinced that you WILL hit it, so you can “feel” the incoming arrow and fire at it instead of just flinching away. I was also in doubt whether it was smart to show this, because I don't want anyone to get hurt trying to copy the trick. I trained for years with soft boffer arrows and spent a LONG time before I tried it even the first time. And the arrow shoot at me was not shoot with a very powerful bow, though it was definitely dangerous enough! I didn't think it was possible to split an arrow! It was a light bamboo arrow with a metal tip, and the arrow I shot back was a heavier aluminum arrow. That the arrow split was just pure luck, and I'm not certain I could repeat it without first training for a long time. FINAL WORDS Thank you for watching my videos and for reading. I will remove rude and dumb comments. I will also remove dumb “archery experts” comments. - Lars Andersen, January 2015

Судьба кота: пределы аполитичности. Из интервью о пропаганде для @Andersen People

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Полное видео интервью "Почему мы верим пропаганде?" на канале 🤍Andersen People: 🤍

Andersen Trainee Program meetup

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About Traineeships without Waffling. Migration, both planned and forced, is a big step and a challenging experience. Also, it is a great opportunity to start a new stage in your career and make it into IT! Working from anywhere in the world, having a steady income, being in great demand – all this can be about you if you have enough perseverance and motivation. Our speakers: Andrei Bushilo - Head of Training Projects. He is engaged in the advancement of the company’s pool of training projects. During one year, Andrey increased their number from 4 to 19. He organizes the process of transferring practical knowledge of development and teamwork to trainees. Topic: Training Projects at Andersen Finding out how the practice on educational projects is organized, how interaction within teams is built, and how the strengths and weaknesses of trainees are identified. Darya Krepkina - Trainee Department Head. Her employment history in the company is 4 years. During this time, Daria has given a start in IT life to more than 1,500 specialists. She has also developed new areas of training, such as, for example, Project Management – in 2018, Andersen became the first company to train Project Managers. Topic: How to Make It to IT? Talking about the level of knowledge required from a candidate, the process of trainee recruitment to the company, and the organization of the training itself. If you are interested in joining Andersen’s laboratory, please do the following: 1️. Send an email to trainee🤍andersenlab.com; 2️. In the subject line, specify your first name, last name, and current location and add area e.g. "Java Trainee." More information about our Trainee program: 🤍 🤍

Alex Hogh Andersen ( Uro )

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Those demonic eyes *-*

Specifics of Training in Andersen meetup

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About Traineeships without Waffling. Migration, both planned and forced, is a big step and a challenging experience. Also, it is a great opportunity to start a new stage in your career and make it into IT! Working from anywhere in the world, having a steady income, being in great demand – all this can be about you if you have enough perseverance and motivation. Our speakers: Kseniya Mishchenko Business and System Analyst, Tech Lead, Mentor Kseniya has been working in the area of system and business analysis for more than three years. During her work at Andersen, she has developed four training projects from scratch. Kseniya is fond of floral design and illustration. Topic: A Training Project: A Look from the Inside Out. The report is devoted to the theory and practice on a training project. Darya Krepkina - Trainee Department Head. Her employment history in the company is 4 years. During this time, Daria has given a start in IT life to more than 1,500 specialists. She has also developed new areas of training, such as, for example, Project Management – in 2018, Andersen became the first company to train Project Managers. Topic: How to Make It to IT? Talking about the level of knowledge required from a candidate, the process of trainee recruitment to the company, and the organization of the training itself. If you are interested in joining Andersen’s laboratory, please do the following: 1️. Send an email to trainee🤍andersenlab.com; 2️. In the subject line, specify your first name, last name, and current location and add area e.g. "Java Trainee." More information about our Trainee program: 🤍 🤍

Lars Andersen: Epic Archery

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The most amazing archery ever, is described in the Sanskrit epics of ancient India: Mahabharata. Lars Andersen tries to perform these tricks. Of course this is not historical archery, but Mahabharata is clearly written by people with great knowledge about archery and knowledge about real historical archery heroes. Something described may in one way originate in real events that are exaggerated a lot. I has been trying for several years if these described tricks can be performed in reality Shoot multiple arrows at the same time: (also described in other writings) Whether it's historical reality can be discussed, it can be done but has a lot of problems If 3 arrows are shot at the same time, it takes a long time to make the arrows clear, they do not have much power and not high accuracy. 3 arrows shot quickly after each other, can be done faster far more precisely and with very high power. Perhaps it's extreme fast shooting that is seen as shooting simultaneous arrows? Hit a rotating fish in the eye by looking at a reflection: I tried and it was surprisingly easier than expected The arrow could certainly have hit more in the middle of the eye, but since the purpose was only to show it could be done so it was not done again. Hit different things in the air are often described in mahabharata sword arrows wagon wheel etc. Please do not try this,ever!!!!! I had been training hard for years before I even started thinking about this, so do not try yourself. Hit a machete so it stops: It could be done but is so unpleasant that I never do it again. Hit an arrow in the air: When I first read about this he thought it was impossible, and never anything that was done in history. But now I has done so many times the last year, so it may be considered whether there may also have been a few Indian historical super archers who have learned the same. But even if some have, it still very doubtful whether it has been practically applicable as anything but choice for performance trick archery. The painting 0:55 is from the exciting MAHABHARATA project 🤍 Many ask about equipment: I always build my arrows myself, not modern standard arrows but different reproductions of historical arrows. The bows used in this video Végh bow 53 # 28 " Grózer 49 # 28 " and some homemade bows. Criticism is good But i remove hateful not funny comments. I also remove negative and incorrect comments from people who think themselves to be archery experts, but do not know history, physical laws etc.. Sincerely Lars Andersen

Новогодний концерт Nizkiz для Andersen People

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А вот так отгремел предновогодний концерт Nizkiz для Andersen People! Вся Минск-Арена в нашем распоряжении, берущие за душу хиты и, самое главное, ощущение наступающего праздника. Наши вакансии: 🤍 Наши стажировки: 🤍 Мы в социальных сетях: Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Таймкоды: 0:00 Зимняя 4:52 Немею 8:19 Як спыняецца цішыня 13:32 Никому 16:38 Будь моей звездой 20:27 Интроверт 24:19 Люстэрка 28:26 Полночь 32:24 Выбирай 36:45 Абсолют 40:33 Небяспечна 45:42 Лирика

Pastor defends his anti-homosexual sermon

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Arizona pastor Steven Anderson defends his anti-gay sermon and beliefs. In a previous sermon, Anderson can be heard explaining why he believes that the cure for AIDS is to kill all homosexuals. Humankind: Amazing moments that give us hope ➤ 🤍 Humankind: Stories worth sharing ➤ 🤍 Animalkind: Cute, cuddly & curious animals ➤ 🤍 Just the FAQs: When news breaks, we break it down for you ➤ 🤍 The Wall: An in-depth examination of Donald Trump’s border wall ➤ 🤍

A Bond Between People (2019) - Alex Hoegh Andersen

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A BOND BETWEEN PEOPLE - a film by Stefan Pflug and Rasmus Hasle Jørgensen. Written & Directed by Stefan Pflug DOP: Rasmus Hasle Jørgensen. Producers: Sofie Odgaard & Robin Hounisen Executive Producer: Stine Marie M. Nielsen Music by Kashmir & The Minds of 99 Editor: Allan Funch Sound design: Andreas Sandborg & Oliver Mehl Production design: Kenneth Damsgaard Set design: Mille C. L. Kristensen First AD: Caroline Topsøe Costumier: Juan Bastias Make up: Kathrine Lykke Collitz Stryhn Speciel Effects Make-up: Thomas Foldberg Stunt Coordinator: Denne Albrethsen Steadicam: Jonas Torp First AC: Gustav Meiling Madsen & Frederik Haslund Gaffer: Joe McCrae Gaffer: Martin Dahl Andersen Ass. Gaffer: William Lausten Jensen Grip: Rune Wedel-Heinen Low Loader: Philip Cooke Drone: Jeppe Tang On set sound: Oliver Mehl Ass. sound design: Asbjørn Derdau Locations assitance: Urban Help Camera Equipment: A Camera Lights: Trust Rental Grip gear: FilmGEAR Sound equipment: CPH Sounddesign Catering: Den Danske Filmskole Car rental: AVIS Runner: Dana Fleifel, Sisse De Fries, Sofie Amalie Laulund & Naghmeh Pour. Post producer: Stine Marie M. Nielsen Coordinator: Emma Engberg & Christina Palmegaard VXF: Bjørn Munch, Cameo Film Colorist: Nurali Kushkov, Cameo Film. Consultant: Morten Søborg MUSIC: "Hurtige Hænder" Written by Jonas Kurt & Niels Brandt Performed by The Minds of 99 Licensed by The Bank Music, Copenhagen. "Home Dead" Written by Henrik Lindstrand & Kasper Eistrup Performed by Kashmir Licensed through Sony Music Denmark, Copenhagen. Cast: Alex Høgh Andersen Simon Hilmoine Frederikke Dahl Hansen Henning Jensen Kenneth M. Christensen Claus Flygare Simon Stenspil Jens Dalgaard Erik Engelsted Kurt Nielsen Therese Ann Fallesen Nora Bragstad Thank you to all extras and locations. Special thanks to Wonderland Productions, The Bank & NO3, Sony Music Denmark, Jannick Wikkelsø Davidsen & HAN Kjøbenhavn. Kasper L. S. Nielsen & Hanrej, DR Kostume, Ditte Kiel & ArtCast, Karin Majgaard, the Nygaard Rosendahl family, Henrik Lindstrand, Produktionen.dk, Stefan Svane, Sus Wilkins, Asger & Ove Mow, Københavns Byret. Sønderbro Institution and Bjergsted Slagteren

Hans Christian Andersen (1952) no two people

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The song no two people have ever been so in love from Hans Christian Andersen 1952

Matt Andersen / Hupman Brothers - People Get Ready

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Matt Andersen with the Hupman Brothers Band at The Grand Pre Winery Nova Scotia Friday Sept 10 2010

"Hvad er god ledelse?" med Lotte Hjortlund Andersen, Direktør for People & Culture i ISS Danmark

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Se et interview med Lotte Hjortlund Andersen, Direktør for People & Culture i ISS Danmark, hvor hun fortæller om de tre ting, der definerer god ledelse for hende.

ØDELAND (full postapocalyptic short film) with Rudi Køhnke and Alex Høgh Andersen

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WINNER OF BEST MALE ACTOR IN A LEAD PERFORMACE: RUDI KØHNKE. EKKO SHORTLIST AWARDS 2016 In a post-apocalyptic world in human decay, a protective father and his teenage daughter are forced to bring a mute teenage boy to their hide-out, which puts their relationship under decisive pressure and expose them to outer dangers. ØDELAND is a short drama about walking the thin line between doubt and hope and the choice between truth and lie – a story about a father wanting to do everything in his power to sustain hope in his daughter in a seemingly hopeless world. Made by a team of students of Danish independant film school, 18 Frames. Asger: Rudi Köhnke Clara: Rose Sonne Jakup: Alex Høgh Andersen Lukasz: Ramadan Huseini Arek: Elias Munk Patryk: Anders Nylander Thomsen Edek: Lasse Jensen Dawid: Gustav Stork Jangaard Director: Jesper Quistgaard Screenwriter: Nicklas Anthony Clark Producer/Editor: Cathrine Odgaard Sound Mixer: Dan Isager Nielsen DoP: Mia Mai Dengsø Graabæk 1. AD: Simon Lykke 2. AD: Cathrine Odgaard Associate Producers: Nicklas Anthony Clark Jesper Quistgaard Scripter: Anders Quistgaard Focus Puller: Kasper Bundvad Clapper/Loader: Julie Mørch Honoré Vincente Kenrice Klehr Grip: André Staal DIT: Isac Hessellund Gaffer: Hannibal Struckmann Lightning Ass.: Katharine Juul Andersen Jonathan Kjærgaard Production Designer: Louise Kongsted Property Master: Jeppe Gren Schelde Make Up: Julie Tøttrup Special FX Make Up: Martin Hansen Stunt coordinator: Anders Nylander Thomsen Special FX: Anders Nylander Thomsen Mark Hedegaard Colorist: Isac Hessellund Script Consultants: John Stefan Olsen Carsten Fromberg Lars Sund Duus Bo Hr. Hansen Behind the scenes: Lasse Jensen Composer: Søren Huss Animator: Sara Koppel Visual Effects Artist: Torben Ræbild Special Thanks: Kasper Leick With Aid From: Kameraudlejningen Lysudlejningen Zentropa Productions Danish Film Institute Meta Film In cooperation with: FilmFyn Odense Filmværksted Institution: 18 Frames Film School

Lars Andersen: Recreating Comanche Archery

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Comanche archer were the only archers in history who could easily defeat firearms, but how did they do archery? Joe Rogan Experience suggested they did archery like me, but this is wrong! Comanche archery is a completely different and partially forgotten method. There are many descriptions that they were incredibly good and very very fast, but no known method with the arrow on the left and arrows held in bow hand, is as fast as the Arabic method I usually use, where I only use one movement for each arrow. So something was missing? Along with Dave Mead I started researching and testing. Eric Smith has been kind to tell his great-grandfather's experience of actually being shot after with arrows by Comanche which are written down and therefore confirm that they actually had 5 arrows in the air at the same time, when they were at war, and not just as games or the like. And a number of other descriptions are known of how extremely fast they shot arrows. It is 150 years since this extreme horse archery war method was used in reality, so much knowledge has been lost We talked to a lot of people including Comanche people for trying to recreate this archery. With many experiments with all sorts of variation, no one was near fast enough because there were several movements needed for each arrow. I ended up, if the arrow is placed horizontally in the bow hand before or while shooting then you can shoot in one motion and it works really well and also on horseback. And if you do not use the arrows, they can easily be brought back in front of the bow in one movement Of course, it is not possible to know whether this method is the real Comanche method but it works well and fits with equipment and works well on horseback and can do everything described in historical sources. It is also impossible to know if there is only one Comanche archery method, or several different. Eric Smith told me he thinks so good archers they could both shot right and left around the bow and could use several methods, and this I think too. But regardless of history, it's a really cool and fun way to do archery as other archers should try too and it is very easy to learn!! Sincerely Lars Andersen Danish language podcast about Recreating Comanche Archery 🤍 Dave Mead 🤍 Eric Smith 🤍 Joe Rogan S.C. Gwynne 🤍

Kører jeg en hund ned med Alex Høgh Andersen?! -THE TOO LATE NIGHT SHOW

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We made a new hot & funny song with a music video ❤️❤️🔥🔥 Listen here: 🤍 Hør vores TRUE CRIME-podcast her: 🤍 Giv et SUB og følg med her: 🤍 SE FØRSTE AFSNIT HER: 🤍 Teaser for The Too Late Night Show. Se hvordan det går værten, Sebastian, og Alex Høgh Andersen i segmentet "Halløj og Carpool Karaoke i Bilen". Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍

2J & Sony Anderson - Listen To Sony (Official Music Video)

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🎵 Spotify: 🤍 🎵 Apple Music / iTunes: 🤍 🎵 Deezer: 🤍 🎵 Download the Acapella here: 🤍 🎵 Download the Instrumental here: 🤍 - • Mixed & Mastered by 2J • Written by 2J & Sony Anderson • Video Production directed & edited by Digital Monkey - • Follow 2J: ► 📷 Instagram: 🤍 ► 💙 Twitter: 🤍 ► 🎮 Gaming κανάλι: 🤍 ► 🎵 Spotify: 🤍 ► 👕 2J Merch!: 🤍 • Follow Sony: ► 📷 Instagram: 🤍 ► 💩 TikTok: 🤍 • Special thanks to 2SevenSt. for the clothing! (Κάνατε πολύ cool τον Sony) ► 🤍 ► 🤍 • Special thanks to Rise Street Art Hotel for the awesome location! ► 🤍 ► 🤍 • Special thanks to Bam's Barbers: (even though he's an Arsenal fan αλλά το προσπερνάμε αυτό..) ► 🤍 ► 🤍 #2j #sonyanderson #listentosony #music

Lars Andersen reveals the TRUTH about the most viewed archery video ever made

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I tried to tell the whole story about archery in 6 minute, which was totally impossible! I suddenly got a lot of extra time when Corona closed everything. So I've spent the time make the video I long wanted to make. The very very long video, which tells, among other things, tells the rather funny story behind the viral video "A new level of Archery" Shadiversity has helped me with this very long video asking a lot of critical questions. "A new level of Archery"   is by far the most discussed archery video ever, no wonder ! when so much was told in such a short time, and much was very controversial without the time for proper explanation. This long video also allows me to thoroughly explain what I think about archery today about: Why Historical fast shooting Powerful bow The bias we all have from modern archery Why trick shooting was once a necessary part of archery Safety etc. ... Many have helped with this video.: Shad M. Brooks Mihai Cozmei Claus raasted Nicoline Mondrup Anders Hovgaard Møller Jørgen Philipp Ida Kirstine Stubbe Ronny Thillemann Hansen Gudmund Thai Moltsen Sincerely Lars Andersen

Why America Confuses Fantasy for Reality: Celebrity, Hollywood, & Disneyland | Kurt Andersen

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Why America Confuses Fantasy for Reality: Celebrity, Hollywood, & Disneyland New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 The start of the 20th century was the birth of a strange new reality in the United States. The advent of the moving image, of Hollywood and sudden celebrity, caused a quantum shift in how Americans thought about the experience of life. Actors were elevated to the status of superheroes and demigods, and those left in the obscurity of the masses began to desire that elusive privilege: fame. But where America really went haywire, author Kurt Andersen explains, is when the cult of celebrity and the cult of capitalism merged: it was the opening of Disneyland in 1955. A bizarre reality where advertising met animation. You could buy real wares, from fake characters, in real stores, with make-believe themes. "What happened in Disneyland... did not stay there," says Andersen. From Mickey Mouse all the way to the White House, Anderson doesn't find it at all surprising that Americans might have a hard time telling what's true from what's false. He calls it the fantasy-industrial complex, and it might just be America's beautifully branded nightmare. Kurt Andersen's new book is Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History. KURT ANDERSEN : Kurt Andersen, host of Studio 360 on NPR, is a journalist and the author of the novels Hey Day, Turn of the Century, The Real Thing, and his latest non-fiction book Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History. He has written and produced prime-time network television programs and pilots for NBC and ABC, and co-authored Loose Lips, an off-Broadway theatrical revue that had long runs in New York and Los Angeles. He is a regular columnist for New York Magazine, and contributes frequently to Vanity Fair. He is also a founder of Very Short List.  Andersen began his career in journalism at NBC's Today program and at Time, where he was an award-winning writer on politics and criminal justice and for eight years the magazine's architecture and design critic. Returning to Time in 1993 as editor-at-large, he wrote a weekly column on culture. And from 1996 through 1999 he was a staff writer and columnist for The New Yorker. He was a co-founder of Inside.com, editorial director of Colors magazine, and editor-in-chief of both New York and Spy magazines, the latter of which he also co-founded. From 2004 through 2008 he wrote a column called "The Imperial  City" for New York (one of which is included in The Best American Magazine Writing 2008).  In 2008 Forbes. com named him one of The 25 Most Influential Liberals in the U.S. Media. Anderson graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College, and is a member of the boards of trustees of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Pratt Institute, and is currently Visionary in Residence at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. He lives with his family in New York City.  TRANSCRIPT: Kurt Andersen: All kinds of modern, amazing things were happening at the beginning of the 20th century, especially in the United States of America, and the movies and Hollywood were one of those things that we kind of, I think, we have lost track of what a quantum shift watching movies represented for the experience of life. Sure there had been actors and plays before, but first of all the glut of entertainment that suddenly existed and the almost phantasmagorical quality of watching real people moving around that weren’t in front of you but in some netherworld in film, and they were really in London or India or the Yukon or wherever, and time was suddenly changed, it went from childhood to adulthood—everything about the cinema, we have to understand what a huge change that was and how mutable it seemed to make reality. So you take that—the fact of cinema, TV, video, everything we now for five generations have taken as the way things are—it gave us, and especially Americans, obviously French people and English people as well, this idea that reality was mutable. Then on top of that and with that you have this celebrity culture where there are, by orders of magnitude, suddenly more celebrities. In the 19th century and earlier there were famous people, but just a few of them, and now there were hundreds and then eventually thousands of famous people who were now famous for pretending to be somebody else: actors. That was a strange new condition. And so for a long time, for much of the 20th century, people looked up to movie stars because they seem t... For the full transcript, check out 🤍

Business Analysis Andersen Talks in Krakow

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Are you a Business Analyst? Let’s talk about EBM, strategic planning, and glasses of beer as a measure of project success! We’d like to invite you to Andersen's meetup in Krakow, where Senior Business Analysts and industry segment managers, who collected the best practices from their work in three comprehensive reports, will share their experiences with you. 1. Dzmitry Rusak (Business Analyst & Product Owner, Andersen) «Improve product value with EBM» What is the Evidence-Based Management? EBM value within a project. EBM metrics. Feature prioritization based on EBM. 2. Paweł Sidorowicz (Team Lead | Business Analyst, Craftware) «"Do you want to grab a beer after work?" - as an ultimate measure of success in any project» You can use any framework, any notation or library but if you do not build and sustain a strong relationship with stakeholders then you will not achieve success. 3. Filip Kopij (Business Analyst & Product Owner, Cytiva) «How to harness your backlog with strategic planning» How to prioritize a growing backlog? How to apply strategic planning to agile work? How to make sure you and your team follow the organization's strategic goals? I'll answer those and other questions during the session. Follow us on social media: Our Facebook: 🤍 Our Telegram channel: 🤍 Our Telegram chat: 🤍 Your impression of the event is important to us. Please fill out the feedback form: 🤍 More information: 🤍 🤍

Business Analysis Andersen Talks in Krakow

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Andersen invites all Business Analysts to the Andersen Talks evening that will be held on the 28th of July. We will discuss new trends and chat in a relaxed atmosphere in our office. The special guest of our evening is Ilona Kedracka – an experienced Product Manager and Blogger at poczatkujaca.pl. Also, you will enjoy speeches from our Business/System Analysts Uladzimir Fedarau and Vitali Birchanka. Business Analysis Andersen Talks is the best party that will bring together a community of professionals and like-minded people in Krakow. You will be able to exchange experiences and discuss your pains and problems, as well as brag about your successes! Do you miss face-to-face communication with colleagues? Then you definitely need to visit us. And we will take care of cold beer and the most delicious pizza in Krakow. Follow us on social media: Our Facebook: 🤍 Our Telegram channel: 🤍 Our Telegram chat: 🤍 Your impression of the event is important to us. Please fill out the feedback form: 🤍 More information: 🤍 🤍

Lars Andersen: Questions, Answers and New Archery

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World’s fastest archer releases Q&A video as archery video reaches 30 million views on youtube Master Archer Lars Andersen lifts the veil on some of his secrets and answers criticism in new video An internet phenomenon If you’ve been anywhere near the internet lately, you’ll know that the world’s fastest archer is Danish and that his name is Lars Andersen. Andersen’s six minute archery video went viral soon after its release in late January, and has since been seen and discussed by millions of people across the world. It’s by far the most seen archery video ever, and has been shown on TV stations all over the world. Not only has the 50-year old Dane inspired people across the globe to take up archery, he’s also been bowled over with requests from archers interested in learning his more dynamic style of archery. And as always, when something hits the internet full force, there are parodies, critics, fans and deniers enough to blow anyone’s mind. Populism and communication Andersen is now world famous, but he’s also created debate in archery communities worldwide. Is it real? Is it all fake? Does he actually know what he’s talking about? In his famous video, Andersen tells that he has “re-invented ancient techniques”. Some archery experts reacted critically to the statement, and the amount of online debate that has followed has been truly staggering. This debate has prompted Andersen to make a short new video, explaining some things to critical viewers. And to make it interesting for everyone else, he’s spiced it up with some previously unreleased footage of him performing trick shots. Grabbing an arrow, turning around and splitting another with it In one shot Lars Andersen stands with his back to another archery, grabs the arrow shot at him without looking, and turns around and fires it at a stationary, upright arrow, which is split in two. Andersen remarks that this was just a lucky shot and that was the reason it didn’t end up in the previous video, but it still is quite impressive. Working with professionals on future videos Andersen has been criticized by some on account of his videos being filmed with low-quality equipment, and on shoestring budgets. Reality is that the videos he’s released before have been patched together from training videos and practice filming. For his next video he’s working with top-tier professionals, and the result is guaranteed to be visually stunning and full of new trick shots and mindblowing archery. Until that video comes out, however, we’ll have to make do with this short Q&A video. Link 🤍 Pictures (credit: Lars Andersen) 🤍 Press Contact Claus Raasted, Lars’ spokesperson: claus.raasted🤍gmail.com, +45 22 34 24 80 Lars Andersen, kunstmaler🤍gmail.com / 🤍23.dk FINAL WORDS Thank you for watching my videos and for reading. I will remove rude and dumb comments. And I remove comments from "archery experts" there know the whole truth about archery. it is much more complicated !

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