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                    [description] => Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins’ new film to be sold in a promising movie market called “Fly”. Hopkins, 83, has had a celebrated career and has won two Oscars and two Emmys, starring in notable films like The Silence of the Lambs, The Elephant Man, the Thor franchise and The Father. The new feature film is ... Read more
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Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins’ new film to be sold in a promising movie market called “Fly”.

Hopkins, 83, has had a celebrated career and has won two Oscars and two Emmys, starring in notable films like The Silence of the Lambs, The Elephant Man, the Thor franchise and The Father.

The new feature film is titled “Zero Contact” and It was produced by independent film production and financing company Enderby Entertainment.

According to Enderby, the history follow to five characters from around the world “connected uniquely by their devotion to the tech titan Finley Hart (Hopkins)”.

The five characters discover a secret invention of the technological titan and collaborate to deactivate itas it provides “the solution to the problems of humanity or the end of life on Earth”.

Zero Contact occurred remotely in 17 different territories during the first waves of the 2020 global pandemic, and the production relied heavily on using Zoom to shoot the scenes.. The script is by Cam Cannon and is scheduled to premiere on Vuele between late July and early August.

“Everything surrounding this film is unconventional, from the Zoom shooting and remote production to distribution,” said Enderby producer / director Rick Dugdale.

The distribution of the film will consist of up to 5 NFT releases on Vuele, and “will include the film, plus extras yet to be determined that they would vary from token to token to create different price points. “

Dugdale notes that Enderby chose to release the film through NFT because the underlying technology allows the company to create “verifiable shortages in copies of the film., and protects against piracy. “

The Vuele market the center in film distribution, and platform users can buy content in cryptocurrencies or fiat money. Zero Contact appears to be the only project announced at the moment, and the firm has not specified what blockchain the market is built on. The Vuele website states:

“Members will have the opportunity to purchase and view highly coveted feature films and content, including never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage, additional features, exclusive Q & As, #filmobilia, and much more.”

There seems to be a growing trend of film and television productions using blockchain technology or they focus on narrative cryptocurrencies.

Cointelegraph reported on July 8 that a new reality show is casting cryptocurrency users who have lost access to their wallets. The series will offer consultations from experts in cryptocurrencies and cybersecurity to help users try to regain access to their funds.

Earlier this month, Producer AMM Global announced a 12-episode series called “Crypto Keepers” to air in 2022 and whose story will focus on NFTs. and in a competition between developers from Hong Kong and the United States to create a new digital currency.

In June, Fox Corp. announced the launch of a $ 100 million creative fund for NFTs that will accompany its new NFT Blockchain venture Creative Labs..

Blockchain Creative Labs to provide dedicated NFT marketplaces for partner programs, as a new animated series called “Krapopolis” from Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon.

Keep reading:

We want to thank the author of this short article for this incredible material

Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins’ new film to be sold as NFT on the new Vuele platform

) [summary] => Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins’ new film to be sold in a promising movie market called “Fly”. Hopkins, 83, has had a celebrated career and has won two Oscars and two Emmys, starring in notable films like The Silence of the Lambs, The Elephant Man, the Thor franchise and The Father. The new feature film is ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins’ new film to be sold in a promising movie market called “Fly”.

Hopkins, 83, has had a celebrated career and has won two Oscars and two Emmys, starring in notable films like The Silence of the Lambs, The Elephant Man, the Thor franchise and The Father.

The new feature film is titled “Zero Contact” and It was produced by independent film production and financing company Enderby Entertainment.

According to Enderby, the history follow to five characters from around the world “connected uniquely by their devotion to the tech titan Finley Hart (Hopkins)”.

The five characters discover a secret invention of the technological titan and collaborate to deactivate itas it provides “the solution to the problems of humanity or the end of life on Earth”.

Zero Contact occurred remotely in 17 different territories during the first waves of the 2020 global pandemic, and the production relied heavily on using Zoom to shoot the scenes.. The script is by Cam Cannon and is scheduled to premiere on Vuele between late July and early August.

“Everything surrounding this film is unconventional, from the Zoom shooting and remote production to distribution,” said Enderby producer / director Rick Dugdale.

The distribution of the film will consist of up to 5 NFT releases on Vuele, and “will include the film, plus extras yet to be determined that they would vary from token to token to create different price points. “

Dugdale notes that Enderby chose to release the film through NFT because the underlying technology allows the company to create “verifiable shortages in copies of the film., and protects against piracy. “

The Vuele market the center in film distribution, and platform users can buy content in cryptocurrencies or fiat money. Zero Contact appears to be the only project announced at the moment, and the firm has not specified what blockchain the market is built on. The Vuele website states:

“Members will have the opportunity to purchase and view highly coveted feature films and content, including never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage, additional features, exclusive Q & As, #filmobilia, and much more.”

There seems to be a growing trend of film and television productions using blockchain technology or they focus on narrative cryptocurrencies.

Cointelegraph reported on July 8 that a new reality show is casting cryptocurrency users who have lost access to their wallets. The series will offer consultations from experts in cryptocurrencies and cybersecurity to help users try to regain access to their funds.

Earlier this month, Producer AMM Global announced a 12-episode series called “Crypto Keepers” to air in 2022 and whose story will focus on NFTs. and in a competition between developers from Hong Kong and the United States to create a new digital currency.

In June, Fox Corp. announced the launch of a $ 100 million creative fund for NFTs that will accompany its new NFT Blockchain venture Creative Labs..

Blockchain Creative Labs to provide dedicated NFT marketplaces for partner programs, as a new animated series called “Krapopolis” from Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon.

Keep reading:

We want to thank the author of this short article for this incredible material

Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins’ new film to be sold as NFT on the new Vuele platform

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Bedtime … Just those four little words have already put you in the mood, I’m sure … What to do when my child doesn’t want to sleep?

The story of an end of the day like any other: on the way to bed our children

6:45 pm: the key in the door, I can already hear “Mum!” Youhouhou !!! “. It is the joy to meet again. We say goodbye to the babysitter and the party begins. At the same time as I put on some music, I reheat the dish that I had fortunately already prepared and an hour after dinner is over. I have 30 minutes left to put them in their pajamas, brush my teeth, pee, have a story and go to bed. With a little luck, we, the parents, will be able to start having dinner around 9 pm… And finally, settle down!

Fortunately, in the library, the stories are not too long. At 8:30 p.m., it’s over. ” Still ! »« OK, but a very small one, like ‘Little Brown Bear’ »…

” Hello ! »: Dad is coming! Perfect: he will be able to continue with the second story, while I put our dinner to heat.

“Honey, she would like one last hug from you.” Ouh la la… it smacks of the trap this story! Because in the end, it’s not just a hug that she’s going to ask for, but also a bottle of water. And damn, we forgot the doll. She has a sore throat. And she would also like her bag … and finally some raisins, because she is a little hungry, etc., etc. The tension will rise, especially if the back and forth wakes up his brother who is sleeping in the same room. At 10 p.m., our patience will have reached its limits and we risk a clash.

How to handle this kind of delicate situation? Should we agree to keep our child awake later, and say goodbye to our evening as a couple? Or on the contrary, force her to lie down, even if it means letting her fall asleep with the feeling of being rejected? How to make the sunsets go well? This period of complicated sunsets now dates back to 8 years ago, since the water flowed under the bridges: I found solutions by myself; I trained in the United States as a sleep expert; and finally, I trained psychologists on the subject. And since that time of difficult sunsets, we have accompanied by more than 1000 parents towards serene nights… In this article, I offer you some keys that can already help you a lot!

My child does not want to sleep: is he really tired?

First let’s ask a question: why do we want our child to sleep right now?Is it because he is tired or is it because we yearn for calm?

do not forget limprobable statistics which emerged from the latest CPMHK survey of 720 parents: our children sleep an average of 10 hours per night. For some it will be 9 a.m., for others 11.

In addition, children and adults alike, we all know what are called “sleep trains” (sleep trains). cycles) every two hours or so. On average, children, whether they are 2 or 8 years old, fall asleep around 9 p.m., but for some it will be 8 p.m. and for others 10 p.m. And if they miss their “sleep train”, it’s a bit like when we are in the middle of a jet lag when we come back from a trip: we dream all day of being able to go to bed, but when the evening comes, it’s too much. late, we get in shape. It’s because we missed the famous train.

So, let’s take the time to observe our child: is he really tired? Wouldn’t it be easier to fall asleep if we put him to bed earlier?

Sometimes, unfortunately, all of this is not enough. This was our case, a few years ago with Leon, who despite fatigue and despite having good times spent together, refused to fall asleep. This is how we realized that many other essential parameters were at play! To receive (free of charge), the complete file on sleep, indicate your email address below, and I will send it to your inbox.

If his sleep train is late, should we allow him to spend the evening with us?

This was the “problem” we had at the time with Joy. Because of the compulsory nap at school, when she no longer needed it, she was absolutely not tired at night.

“I’m hungry”: what to do when faced with the famous “hunger pang”

One evening we decided to put our principles aside and really listen to our daughter. We spent time with the children and once in bed, around 9.15pm, Joy gets up “Mom, I’m hungry, I would like some bread”. Missed ! I had so much the impression that this time, it was won! But instead of sending her back to bed directly, Daddycool asks her:

  • Are you a little hungry, or very hungry?
  • Very hungry.
  • So if you want, you mix up some green beans and then you will have a piece of bread.

A good way to find out if she was really hungry! Banco, she goes back down to the living room, takes 40 minutes (yes, she eats slowly) to eat 300 grams of green beans and a piece of bread.

Granted, she went to bed late, we didn’t have dinner until 10pm, but we also had a great time together. This time, we put our principles aside, and we took advantage of being all three. We laughed, we talked. In short, we had a great time. Because we accepted it.

OK, my kid doesn’t want to sleep, but what if we need an adult night out?

Accepting that our child goes to bed late is not always possible. Especially if it becomes a habit. On the one hand, because some children cannot go to bed, even when they are tired. And secondly, because even if some children (like Joy at the time) are not really tired, as parents, we also want a little peace in the evening, to meet up with adults. Two solutions are available to us: either accept this situation and really take advantage of this moment (as we did during the famous “green beans” evening), or find a solution to avoid the multiple reminders of our child.

Because, I repeat once again: the well-being of parents is as IMPORTANT as that of children. If the parents are not well, if they are too tired, if the couple takes a hit, indirectly it will affect the children. Therefore, preventing children from encroaching too much on the life of a couple is essential.

Should I show authority when my child does not want to sleep, so that he does not get up?

Can you force a child to sleep early (or when you have decided to)?

If we opt for the second solution, we can try to “exercise authority”: “It’s time to sleep, that’s all. And if you’re not happy, it’s like that and not otherwise ”.

Except that staying in bed, in the dark, when he’s not sleepy, can be really bad for a child. A long-time friend recently told me about his worst childhood memory: being forced to stay in bed doing nothing, when he had done nothing wrong and was not tired. . In short, to have the impression of being punished for his simple desire to live, to be deprived of his freedom!

Do we want him to sleep or leave us “alone”?

Why not combine the well-being of the child with that of the parents, by not necessarily forcing him to “sleep” (besides, apart from giving him a blow with a club, I do not see how we can oblige? someone to sleep), but rather to respect parents’ time. We can simply give him the possibility of reading calmly in his bed, with a dim light, or for the little ones with an audio book (we press the buttons and it sings songs). This detail can sometimes change everything and allow him to relax and let himself slide at his own pace into the arms of Morpheus.

And then, if our child is indeed tired, but he keeps getting up, maybe there is a reason …

Why can’t a tired child fall asleep?

Does a child get up or call us to annoy us?

Joy, rather very cooperative and easy going during the day, would she turn into a little monster at night? I decide to ask him directly. His response disarmed me: “It’s because I want to see you”. Can we blame a child for wanting to take advantage of his parents? Do you know what people regret the most on their deathbed? It is because they did not take enough advantage of their loved ones! Granted, this may sound a little creepy, but it can help us take a step back from our child’s attitude and ours. If your child clearly expressed “Dad, Mum, I missed you so much today! I love you so much, I want to spend time with you ”, would you answer him “That’s enough, it’s time to sleep, otherwise you’ll be tired tomorrow” (or “Stop bothering us, now you’re sleeping. I don’t care how you feel”)? Of course not, that would be totally inappropriate.

But then, what solution can be found when my child does not want to sleep to meet his needs, while respecting our need for us to have a moment of our own?

The problem is often the time spent “before”…

Fill the love tank

Like it or not, our child needs to spend time with us. Of course, we want to enjoy the time with them… but right now, we have something else to do! So when? The length of time we spend with our kids is generally not what matters, but rather the quality of the time spent together. Taking time with our child is not just being in the same room as him and making dinner / checking his Facebook page / calling his mother while he plays quietly next door. Being with our child means being dedicated to him, 100% available.

If you reread the first few lines of this article, you’ll notice one thing: 100% present I really wasn’t. Admittedly, I was not on my cellphone, nor doing anything else. I was 100% available to the children, but with a fixed idea: bedtime, rather than thinking about making the most of the present time.

Live the present moment fully

Being present means forgetting the time, forgetting to go to bed and, first and foremost, ENJOY this time together. Not to read a story “to read a story” (and short to go faster), but to read a story to have a real moment of sharing all together. And the longer it is, the more we will benefit from it!

For siblings, also make sure you have had a little time, even a short one, alone with each child, so that each one feels truly considered and loved.

By being 100% present, we will naturally take the logistics steps more smoothly, in a more fun way (obviously since our goal is more to have a good time with him! See the article “My child refuses to brush his teeth”) And everything will be better.

The evening hug is no longer just the “hug step”, but it is a real moment of exchange where our child feels really considered, listened to and loved.

Our children will go to bed maybe 30 minutes later, but with peace of mind, and much less risk of getting up. Then, it’s up to us to be confident that our child has had ‘his mum / daddy’s dose’ and is now able to go to bed peacefully.. And it is then this conviction that will allow us to be gentle and firm at the same time, to convince him in turn that he is able to lie down (we did not say to sleep😉) serenely.

NB: For those who wish to be accompanied to find serene sunsets and complete nights, do not wait to be at the end, it’s this way (child from 6 months to 6 years old).20201120 VISUELS COACHING sommeil V2 1920X1080

We would like to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this remarkable web content

My child does not want to sleep: how can I make going to bed easier?

) [summary] => Bedtime … Just those four little words have already put you in the mood, I’m sure … What to do when my child doesn’t want to sleep? The story of an end of the day like any other: on the way to bed our children 6:45 pm: the key in the door, I can already ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Bedtime … Just those four little words have already put you in the mood, I’m sure … What to do when my child doesn’t want to sleep?

The story of an end of the day like any other: on the way to bed our children

6:45 pm: the key in the door, I can already hear “Mum!” Youhouhou !!! “. It is the joy to meet again. We say goodbye to the babysitter and the party begins. At the same time as I put on some music, I reheat the dish that I had fortunately already prepared and an hour after dinner is over. I have 30 minutes left to put them in their pajamas, brush my teeth, pee, have a story and go to bed. With a little luck, we, the parents, will be able to start having dinner around 9 pm… And finally, settle down!

Fortunately, in the library, the stories are not too long. At 8:30 p.m., it’s over. ” Still ! »« OK, but a very small one, like ‘Little Brown Bear’ »…

” Hello ! »: Dad is coming! Perfect: he will be able to continue with the second story, while I put our dinner to heat.

“Honey, she would like one last hug from you.” Ouh la la… it smacks of the trap this story! Because in the end, it’s not just a hug that she’s going to ask for, but also a bottle of water. And damn, we forgot the doll. She has a sore throat. And she would also like her bag … and finally some raisins, because she is a little hungry, etc., etc. The tension will rise, especially if the back and forth wakes up his brother who is sleeping in the same room. At 10 p.m., our patience will have reached its limits and we risk a clash.

How to handle this kind of delicate situation? Should we agree to keep our child awake later, and say goodbye to our evening as a couple? Or on the contrary, force her to lie down, even if it means letting her fall asleep with the feeling of being rejected? How to make the sunsets go well? This period of complicated sunsets now dates back to 8 years ago, since the water flowed under the bridges: I found solutions by myself; I trained in the United States as a sleep expert; and finally, I trained psychologists on the subject. And since that time of difficult sunsets, we have accompanied by more than 1000 parents towards serene nights… In this article, I offer you some keys that can already help you a lot!

My child does not want to sleep: is he really tired?

First let’s ask a question: why do we want our child to sleep right now?Is it because he is tired or is it because we yearn for calm?

do not forget limprobable statistics which emerged from the latest CPMHK survey of 720 parents: our children sleep an average of 10 hours per night. For some it will be 9 a.m., for others 11.

In addition, children and adults alike, we all know what are called “sleep trains” (sleep trains). cycles) every two hours or so. On average, children, whether they are 2 or 8 years old, fall asleep around 9 p.m., but for some it will be 8 p.m. and for others 10 p.m. And if they miss their “sleep train”, it’s a bit like when we are in the middle of a jet lag when we come back from a trip: we dream all day of being able to go to bed, but when the evening comes, it’s too much. late, we get in shape. It’s because we missed the famous train.

So, let’s take the time to observe our child: is he really tired? Wouldn’t it be easier to fall asleep if we put him to bed earlier?

Sometimes, unfortunately, all of this is not enough. This was our case, a few years ago with Leon, who despite fatigue and despite having good times spent together, refused to fall asleep. This is how we realized that many other essential parameters were at play! To receive (free of charge), the complete file on sleep, indicate your email address below, and I will send it to your inbox.

If his sleep train is late, should we allow him to spend the evening with us?

This was the “problem” we had at the time with Joy. Because of the compulsory nap at school, when she no longer needed it, she was absolutely not tired at night.

“I’m hungry”: what to do when faced with the famous “hunger pang”

One evening we decided to put our principles aside and really listen to our daughter. We spent time with the children and once in bed, around 9.15pm, Joy gets up “Mom, I’m hungry, I would like some bread”. Missed ! I had so much the impression that this time, it was won! But instead of sending her back to bed directly, Daddycool asks her:

  • Are you a little hungry, or very hungry?
  • Very hungry.
  • So if you want, you mix up some green beans and then you will have a piece of bread.

A good way to find out if she was really hungry! Banco, she goes back down to the living room, takes 40 minutes (yes, she eats slowly) to eat 300 grams of green beans and a piece of bread.

Granted, she went to bed late, we didn’t have dinner until 10pm, but we also had a great time together. This time, we put our principles aside, and we took advantage of being all three. We laughed, we talked. In short, we had a great time. Because we accepted it.

OK, my kid doesn’t want to sleep, but what if we need an adult night out?

Accepting that our child goes to bed late is not always possible. Especially if it becomes a habit. On the one hand, because some children cannot go to bed, even when they are tired. And secondly, because even if some children (like Joy at the time) are not really tired, as parents, we also want a little peace in the evening, to meet up with adults. Two solutions are available to us: either accept this situation and really take advantage of this moment (as we did during the famous “green beans” evening), or find a solution to avoid the multiple reminders of our child.

Because, I repeat once again: the well-being of parents is as IMPORTANT as that of children. If the parents are not well, if they are too tired, if the couple takes a hit, indirectly it will affect the children. Therefore, preventing children from encroaching too much on the life of a couple is essential.

Should I show authority when my child does not want to sleep, so that he does not get up?

Can you force a child to sleep early (or when you have decided to)?

If we opt for the second solution, we can try to “exercise authority”: “It’s time to sleep, that’s all. And if you’re not happy, it’s like that and not otherwise ”.

Except that staying in bed, in the dark, when he’s not sleepy, can be really bad for a child. A long-time friend recently told me about his worst childhood memory: being forced to stay in bed doing nothing, when he had done nothing wrong and was not tired. . In short, to have the impression of being punished for his simple desire to live, to be deprived of his freedom!

Do we want him to sleep or leave us “alone”?

Why not combine the well-being of the child with that of the parents, by not necessarily forcing him to “sleep” (besides, apart from giving him a blow with a club, I do not see how we can oblige? someone to sleep), but rather to respect parents’ time. We can simply give him the possibility of reading calmly in his bed, with a dim light, or for the little ones with an audio book (we press the buttons and it sings songs). This detail can sometimes change everything and allow him to relax and let himself slide at his own pace into the arms of Morpheus.

And then, if our child is indeed tired, but he keeps getting up, maybe there is a reason …

Why can’t a tired child fall asleep?

Does a child get up or call us to annoy us?

Joy, rather very cooperative and easy going during the day, would she turn into a little monster at night? I decide to ask him directly. His response disarmed me: “It’s because I want to see you”. Can we blame a child for wanting to take advantage of his parents? Do you know what people regret the most on their deathbed? It is because they did not take enough advantage of their loved ones! Granted, this may sound a little creepy, but it can help us take a step back from our child’s attitude and ours. If your child clearly expressed “Dad, Mum, I missed you so much today! I love you so much, I want to spend time with you ”, would you answer him “That’s enough, it’s time to sleep, otherwise you’ll be tired tomorrow” (or “Stop bothering us, now you’re sleeping. I don’t care how you feel”)? Of course not, that would be totally inappropriate.

But then, what solution can be found when my child does not want to sleep to meet his needs, while respecting our need for us to have a moment of our own?

The problem is often the time spent “before”…

Fill the love tank

Like it or not, our child needs to spend time with us. Of course, we want to enjoy the time with them… but right now, we have something else to do! So when? The length of time we spend with our kids is generally not what matters, but rather the quality of the time spent together. Taking time with our child is not just being in the same room as him and making dinner / checking his Facebook page / calling his mother while he plays quietly next door. Being with our child means being dedicated to him, 100% available.

If you reread the first few lines of this article, you’ll notice one thing: 100% present I really wasn’t. Admittedly, I was not on my cellphone, nor doing anything else. I was 100% available to the children, but with a fixed idea: bedtime, rather than thinking about making the most of the present time.

Live the present moment fully

Being present means forgetting the time, forgetting to go to bed and, first and foremost, ENJOY this time together. Not to read a story “to read a story” (and short to go faster), but to read a story to have a real moment of sharing all together. And the longer it is, the more we will benefit from it!

For siblings, also make sure you have had a little time, even a short one, alone with each child, so that each one feels truly considered and loved.

By being 100% present, we will naturally take the logistics steps more smoothly, in a more fun way (obviously since our goal is more to have a good time with him! See the article “My child refuses to brush his teeth”) And everything will be better.

The evening hug is no longer just the “hug step”, but it is a real moment of exchange where our child feels really considered, listened to and loved.

Our children will go to bed maybe 30 minutes later, but with peace of mind, and much less risk of getting up. Then, it’s up to us to be confident that our child has had ‘his mum / daddy’s dose’ and is now able to go to bed peacefully.. And it is then this conviction that will allow us to be gentle and firm at the same time, to convince him in turn that he is able to lie down (we did not say to sleep😉) serenely.

NB: For those who wish to be accompanied to find serene sunsets and complete nights, do not wait to be at the end, it’s this way (child from 6 months to 6 years old).20201120 VISUELS COACHING sommeil V2 1920X1080

We would like to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this remarkable web content

My child does not want to sleep: how can I make going to bed easier?

[date_timestamp] => 1635062961 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Controlling light with a material three atoms thick [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/controlling-light-with-a-material-three-atoms-thick/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 24 Oct 2021 08:06:38 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceatomsControllinglightmaterial [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=325 [description] => Journal Reference: Souvik Biswas, Meir Y. Grajower, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Harry A. Atwater. Broadband electro-optic polarization conversion with atomically thin black phosphorus. Science, 2021; 374 (6566): 448 DOI: 10.1126/science.abj7053 But the control of light can also come in high-tech forms. The screen of the computer, tablet, or phone on which you are reading this ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Souvik Biswas, Meir Y. Grajower, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Harry A. Atwater. Broadband electro-optic polarization conversion with atomically thin black phosphorus. Science, 2021; 374 (6566): 448 DOI: 10.1126/science.abj7053

But the control of light can also come in high-tech forms. The screen of the computer, tablet, or phone on which you are reading this is one example. Another is telecommunications, which controls light to create signals that carry data along fiber-optic cables.

Scientists also use high-tech methods to control light in the laboratory, and now, thanks to a new breakthrough that uses a specialized material only three atoms thick, they can control light more precisely than ever before.

The work was conducted in the lab of Harry Atwater, the Otis Booth Leadership Chair of the Division of Engineering and Applied Science, Howard Hughes Professor of Applied Physics and Materials Science, and director of the Liquid Sunlight Alliance (LiSA). It appears in a paper published in the October 22 issue of Science.

To understand the work, it is helpful first to remember that light exists as a wave and that it has a property known as polarization, which describes the direction in which the waves vibrate. Imagine being in a boat bobbing on the ocean: Ocean waves have a vertical polarization, which means that as the waves pass under the boat, it goes up and down. Light waves behave in much the same way, except these waves can be polarized at any angle. If a boat could ride waves of light, it might bob from side to side, or on a diagonal, or even in a spiraling fashion.

Polarization can be useful because it allows light to be controlled in specific ways. For example, the lenses in your sunglasses block glare (light often becomes polarized when it reflects off a surface, like the window of a car). The screen of a desk calculator creates legible numbers by polarizing light and blocking it in areas. Those areas where the polarized light is blocked appear dark, while areas where the light is not blocked appear light.

In the paper, Atwater and his co-authors describe how they used three layers of phosphorus atoms to create a material for polarizing light that is tunable, precise, and extremely thin.

The material is constructed from so-called black phosphorus, which is similar in many ways to graphite, or graphene, forms of carbon that consist of single-atom-thick layers. But whereas the layers of graphene are perfectly flat, black phosphorus’s layers are ribbed, like the texture of a pair of corduroy pants or corrugated cardboard. (Phosphorus also comes in red, white, and violet forms, distinct because of the arrangement of the atoms within it.)

That crystal structure, Atwater says, makes the black phosphorus have significantly anisotropic optical properties. “Anisotropy means is that it’s angle dependent,” he explains. “In a material like graphene, light is absorbed and reflected equally no matter the angle at which it’s polarized. Black phosphorus is very different in the sense that if the polarization of light is aligned along the corrugations, it has a very different response than if it’s aligned perpendicular to the corrugations.”

When polarized light is oriented across the corrugations in black phosphorus, it interacts with the material differently than when it is oriented along the corrugations — kind of like how it is easier to rub your hand along the ribs in corduroy than it is to rub your hand across them.

Many materials can polarize light, though, and that ability alone is not especially useful. What makes black phosphorus special, Atwater says, is that it is also a semiconductor, a material that conducts electricity better than an insulator, like glass, but not as well as a metal like copper. The silicon in microchips is an example of a semiconductor. And just as how tiny structures built from silicon can control the flow of electricity in a microchip, structures built from black phosphorus can control the polarization of light as an electric signal is applied to them.

“These tiny structures are doing this polarization conversion,” Atwater says, “so now I can make something that’s very thin and tunable, and at the nanometer scale. I could make an array of these little elements, each of which can convert the polarization into a different reflected polarization state.”

The liquid crystal display (LCD) technology found in phone screens and TVs already has some of those abilities, but black phosphorus tech has the potential to leap far ahead of it. The “pixels” of a black phosphorus array could be 20 times smaller than those in LCDs, yet respond to inputs a million times faster.

Such speeds are not necessary for watching a movie or reading an article online, but they could revolutionize telecommunications, Atwater says. The fiber-optic cable through which light signals are sent in telecommunications devices can transmit only so many signals before they begin to interfere with and overwhelm each other, garbling them (picture trying to hear what a friend is saying in a crowded and loud bar). But a telecommunications device based on thin layers of black phosphorus could tune the polarization of each signal so that none interfere with each other. This would allow a fiber-optic cable to carry much more data than it does now.

Atwater says the technology could also open the door to a light-based replacement for Wi-Fi, something researchers in the field refer to as Li-Fi.

“Increasingly, we’re going to be looking at light-wave communications in free space,” he says. “Lighting like this very cool-looking lamp above my desk doesn’t carry any communication signal. It just provides light. But there’s no reason that you couldn’t sit in a future Starbucks and have your laptop taking a light signal for its wireless communication rather than a radio signal. It’s not quite here yet, but when it gets here, it will be at least a hundred times faster than Wi-Fi.”

The paper describing the work is titled, “Broadband electro-optic polarization conversion with atomically thin black phosphorus.” The lead author is Souvik Biswas, graduate student in applied physics. Other co-authors are Meir Y. Grajower, postdoctoral scholar research associate in applied physics and materials science, and Kenji Watanabe and Takashi Taniguchi of the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan.

“These are exciting times for new materials discovery that can shape the future of photonic devices, and we have barely scratched the surface,” Biswas says. “It would be gratifying if some day you could buy a commercial product constructed out of such atomically thin materials, and that day might not be very far.”

Funding for the research was provided by the U.S. Department of Energy; Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; and the Japan Science and Technology Agency.

Most of us control light all the time without even thinking about it, usually in mundane ways: we don a pair of sunglasses and put on sunscreen, and close — or open — our window blinds.

But the control of light can also come in high-tech forms. The screen of the computer, tablet, or phone on which you are reading this is one example. Another is telecommunications, which controls light to create signals that carry data along fiber-optic cables.

Scientists also use high-tech methods to control light in the laboratory, and now, thanks to a new breakthrough that uses a specialized material only three atoms thick, they can control light more precisely than ever before.

The work was conducted in the lab of Harry Atwater, the Otis Booth Leadership Chair of the Division of Engineering and Applied Science, Howard Hughes Professor of Applied Physics and Materials Science, and director of the Liquid Sunlight Alliance (LiSA). It appears in a paper published in the October 22 issue of Science.

To understand the work, it is helpful first to remember that light exists as a wave and that it has a property known as polarization, which describes the direction in which the waves vibrate. Imagine being in a boat bobbing on the ocean: Ocean waves have a vertical polarization, which means that as the waves pass under the boat, it goes up and down. Light waves behave in much the same way, except these waves can be polarized at any angle. If a boat could ride waves of light, it might bob from side to side, or on a diagonal, or even in a spiraling fashion.

Polarization can be useful because it allows light to be controlled in specific ways. For example, the lenses in your sunglasses block glare (light often becomes polarized when it reflects off a surface, like the window of a car). The screen of a desk calculator creates legible numbers by polarizing light and blocking it in areas. Those areas where the polarized light is blocked appear dark, while areas where the light is not blocked appear light.

In the paper, Atwater and his co-authors describe how they used three layers of phosphorus atoms to create a material for polarizing light that is tunable, precise, and extremely thin.

The material is constructed from so-called black phosphorus, which is similar in many ways to graphite, or graphene, forms of carbon that consist of single-atom-thick layers. But whereas the layers of graphene are perfectly flat, black phosphorus’s layers are ribbed, like the texture of a pair of corduroy pants or corrugated cardboard. (Phosphorus also comes in red, white, and violet forms, distinct because of the arrangement of the atoms within it.)

That crystal structure, Atwater says, makes the black phosphorus have significantly anisotropic optical properties. “Anisotropy means is that it’s angle dependent,” he explains. “In a material like graphene, light is absorbed and reflected equally no matter the angle at which it’s polarized. Black phosphorus is very different in the sense that if the polarization of light is aligned along the corrugations, it has a very different response than if it’s aligned perpendicular to the corrugations.”

When polarized light is oriented across the corrugations in black phosphorus, it interacts with the material differently than when it is oriented along the corrugations — kind of like how it is easier to rub your hand along the ribs in corduroy than it is to rub your hand across them.

Many materials can polarize light, though, and that ability alone is not especially useful. What makes black phosphorus special, Atwater says, is that it is also a semiconductor, a material that conducts electricity better than an insulator, like glass, but not as well as a metal like copper. The silicon in microchips is an example of a semiconductor. And just as how tiny structures built from silicon can control the flow of electricity in a microchip, structures built from black phosphorus can control the polarization of light as an electric signal is applied to them.

“These tiny structures are doing this polarization conversion,” Atwater says, “so now I can make something that’s very thin and tunable, and at the nanometer scale. I could make an array of these little elements, each of which can convert the polarization into a different reflected polarization state.”

The liquid crystal display (LCD) technology found in phone screens and TVs already has some of those abilities, but black phosphorus tech has the potential to leap far ahead of it. The “pixels” of a black phosphorus array could be 20 times smaller than those in LCDs, yet respond to inputs a million times faster.

Such speeds are not necessary for watching a movie or reading an article online, but they could revolutionize telecommunications, Atwater says. The fiber-optic cable through which light signals are sent in telecommunications devices can transmit only so many signals before they begin to interfere with and overwhelm each other, garbling them (picture trying to hear what a friend is saying in a crowded and loud bar). But a telecommunications device based on thin layers of black phosphorus could tune the polarization of each signal so that none interfere with each other. This would allow a fiber-optic cable to carry much more data than it does now.

Atwater says the technology could also open the door to a light-based replacement for Wi-Fi, something researchers in the field refer to as Li-Fi.

“Increasingly, we’re going to be looking at light-wave communications in free space,” he says. “Lighting like this very cool-looking lamp above my desk doesn’t carry any communication signal. It just provides light. But there’s no reason that you couldn’t sit in a future Starbucks and have your laptop taking a light signal for its wireless communication rather than a radio signal. It’s not quite here yet, but when it gets here, it will be at least a hundred times faster than Wi-Fi.”

The paper describing the work is titled, “Broadband electro-optic polarization conversion with atomically thin black phosphorus.” The lead author is Souvik Biswas, graduate student in applied physics. Other co-authors are Meir Y. Grajower, postdoctoral scholar research associate in applied physics and materials science, and Kenji Watanabe and Takashi Taniguchi of the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan.

“These are exciting times for new materials discovery that can shape the future of photonic devices, and we have barely scratched the surface,” Biswas says. “It would be gratifying if some day you could buy a commercial product constructed out of such atomically thin materials, and that day might not be very far.”

Funding for the research was provided by the U.S. Department of Energy; Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; and the Japan Science and Technology Agency.

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Journal Reference:

  1. Souvik Biswas, Meir Y. Grajower, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Harry A. Atwater. Broadband electro-optic polarization conversion with atomically thin black phosphorus. Science, 2021; 374 (6566): 448 DOI: 10.1126/science.abj7053

But the control of light can also come in high-tech forms. The screen of the computer, tablet, or phone on which you are reading this is one example. Another is telecommunications, which controls light to create signals that carry data along fiber-optic cables.

Scientists also use high-tech methods to control light in the laboratory, and now, thanks to a new breakthrough that uses a specialized material only three atoms thick, they can control light more precisely than ever before.

The work was conducted in the lab of Harry Atwater, the Otis Booth Leadership Chair of the Division of Engineering and Applied Science, Howard Hughes Professor of Applied Physics and Materials Science, and director of the Liquid Sunlight Alliance (LiSA). It appears in a paper published in the October 22 issue of Science.

To understand the work, it is helpful first to remember that light exists as a wave and that it has a property known as polarization, which describes the direction in which the waves vibrate. Imagine being in a boat bobbing on the ocean: Ocean waves have a vertical polarization, which means that as the waves pass under the boat, it goes up and down. Light waves behave in much the same way, except these waves can be polarized at any angle. If a boat could ride waves of light, it might bob from side to side, or on a diagonal, or even in a spiraling fashion.

Polarization can be useful because it allows light to be controlled in specific ways. For example, the lenses in your sunglasses block glare (light often becomes polarized when it reflects off a surface, like the window of a car). The screen of a desk calculator creates legible numbers by polarizing light and blocking it in areas. Those areas where the polarized light is blocked appear dark, while areas where the light is not blocked appear light.

In the paper, Atwater and his co-authors describe how they used three layers of phosphorus atoms to create a material for polarizing light that is tunable, precise, and extremely thin.

The material is constructed from so-called black phosphorus, which is similar in many ways to graphite, or graphene, forms of carbon that consist of single-atom-thick layers. But whereas the layers of graphene are perfectly flat, black phosphorus’s layers are ribbed, like the texture of a pair of corduroy pants or corrugated cardboard. (Phosphorus also comes in red, white, and violet forms, distinct because of the arrangement of the atoms within it.)

That crystal structure, Atwater says, makes the black phosphorus have significantly anisotropic optical properties. “Anisotropy means is that it’s angle dependent,” he explains. “In a material like graphene, light is absorbed and reflected equally no matter the angle at which it’s polarized. Black phosphorus is very different in the sense that if the polarization of light is aligned along the corrugations, it has a very different response than if it’s aligned perpendicular to the corrugations.”

When polarized light is oriented across the corrugations in black phosphorus, it interacts with the material differently than when it is oriented along the corrugations — kind of like how it is easier to rub your hand along the ribs in corduroy than it is to rub your hand across them.

Many materials can polarize light, though, and that ability alone is not especially useful. What makes black phosphorus special, Atwater says, is that it is also a semiconductor, a material that conducts electricity better than an insulator, like glass, but not as well as a metal like copper. The silicon in microchips is an example of a semiconductor. And just as how tiny structures built from silicon can control the flow of electricity in a microchip, structures built from black phosphorus can control the polarization of light as an electric signal is applied to them.

“These tiny structures are doing this polarization conversion,” Atwater says, “so now I can make something that’s very thin and tunable, and at the nanometer scale. I could make an array of these little elements, each of which can convert the polarization into a different reflected polarization state.”

The liquid crystal display (LCD) technology found in phone screens and TVs already has some of those abilities, but black phosphorus tech has the potential to leap far ahead of it. The “pixels” of a black phosphorus array could be 20 times smaller than those in LCDs, yet respond to inputs a million times faster.

Such speeds are not necessary for watching a movie or reading an article online, but they could revolutionize telecommunications, Atwater says. The fiber-optic cable through which light signals are sent in telecommunications devices can transmit only so many signals before they begin to interfere with and overwhelm each other, garbling them (picture trying to hear what a friend is saying in a crowded and loud bar). But a telecommunications device based on thin layers of black phosphorus could tune the polarization of each signal so that none interfere with each other. This would allow a fiber-optic cable to carry much more data than it does now.

Atwater says the technology could also open the door to a light-based replacement for Wi-Fi, something researchers in the field refer to as Li-Fi.

“Increasingly, we’re going to be looking at light-wave communications in free space,” he says. “Lighting like this very cool-looking lamp above my desk doesn’t carry any communication signal. It just provides light. But there’s no reason that you couldn’t sit in a future Starbucks and have your laptop taking a light signal for its wireless communication rather than a radio signal. It’s not quite here yet, but when it gets here, it will be at least a hundred times faster than Wi-Fi.”

The paper describing the work is titled, “Broadband electro-optic polarization conversion with atomically thin black phosphorus.” The lead author is Souvik Biswas, graduate student in applied physics. Other co-authors are Meir Y. Grajower, postdoctoral scholar research associate in applied physics and materials science, and Kenji Watanabe and Takashi Taniguchi of the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan.

“These are exciting times for new materials discovery that can shape the future of photonic devices, and we have barely scratched the surface,” Biswas says. “It would be gratifying if some day you could buy a commercial product constructed out of such atomically thin materials, and that day might not be very far.”

Funding for the research was provided by the U.S. Department of Energy; Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; and the Japan Science and Technology Agency.

Most of us control light all the time without even thinking about it, usually in mundane ways: we don a pair of sunglasses and put on sunscreen, and close — or open — our window blinds.

But the control of light can also come in high-tech forms. The screen of the computer, tablet, or phone on which you are reading this is one example. Another is telecommunications, which controls light to create signals that carry data along fiber-optic cables.

Scientists also use high-tech methods to control light in the laboratory, and now, thanks to a new breakthrough that uses a specialized material only three atoms thick, they can control light more precisely than ever before.

The work was conducted in the lab of Harry Atwater, the Otis Booth Leadership Chair of the Division of Engineering and Applied Science, Howard Hughes Professor of Applied Physics and Materials Science, and director of the Liquid Sunlight Alliance (LiSA). It appears in a paper published in the October 22 issue of Science.

To understand the work, it is helpful first to remember that light exists as a wave and that it has a property known as polarization, which describes the direction in which the waves vibrate. Imagine being in a boat bobbing on the ocean: Ocean waves have a vertical polarization, which means that as the waves pass under the boat, it goes up and down. Light waves behave in much the same way, except these waves can be polarized at any angle. If a boat could ride waves of light, it might bob from side to side, or on a diagonal, or even in a spiraling fashion.

Polarization can be useful because it allows light to be controlled in specific ways. For example, the lenses in your sunglasses block glare (light often becomes polarized when it reflects off a surface, like the window of a car). The screen of a desk calculator creates legible numbers by polarizing light and blocking it in areas. Those areas where the polarized light is blocked appear dark, while areas where the light is not blocked appear light.

In the paper, Atwater and his co-authors describe how they used three layers of phosphorus atoms to create a material for polarizing light that is tunable, precise, and extremely thin.

The material is constructed from so-called black phosphorus, which is similar in many ways to graphite, or graphene, forms of carbon that consist of single-atom-thick layers. But whereas the layers of graphene are perfectly flat, black phosphorus’s layers are ribbed, like the texture of a pair of corduroy pants or corrugated cardboard. (Phosphorus also comes in red, white, and violet forms, distinct because of the arrangement of the atoms within it.)

That crystal structure, Atwater says, makes the black phosphorus have significantly anisotropic optical properties. “Anisotropy means is that it’s angle dependent,” he explains. “In a material like graphene, light is absorbed and reflected equally no matter the angle at which it’s polarized. Black phosphorus is very different in the sense that if the polarization of light is aligned along the corrugations, it has a very different response than if it’s aligned perpendicular to the corrugations.”

When polarized light is oriented across the corrugations in black phosphorus, it interacts with the material differently than when it is oriented along the corrugations — kind of like how it is easier to rub your hand along the ribs in corduroy than it is to rub your hand across them.

Many materials can polarize light, though, and that ability alone is not especially useful. What makes black phosphorus special, Atwater says, is that it is also a semiconductor, a material that conducts electricity better than an insulator, like glass, but not as well as a metal like copper. The silicon in microchips is an example of a semiconductor. And just as how tiny structures built from silicon can control the flow of electricity in a microchip, structures built from black phosphorus can control the polarization of light as an electric signal is applied to them.

“These tiny structures are doing this polarization conversion,” Atwater says, “so now I can make something that’s very thin and tunable, and at the nanometer scale. I could make an array of these little elements, each of which can convert the polarization into a different reflected polarization state.”

The liquid crystal display (LCD) technology found in phone screens and TVs already has some of those abilities, but black phosphorus tech has the potential to leap far ahead of it. The “pixels” of a black phosphorus array could be 20 times smaller than those in LCDs, yet respond to inputs a million times faster.

Such speeds are not necessary for watching a movie or reading an article online, but they could revolutionize telecommunications, Atwater says. The fiber-optic cable through which light signals are sent in telecommunications devices can transmit only so many signals before they begin to interfere with and overwhelm each other, garbling them (picture trying to hear what a friend is saying in a crowded and loud bar). But a telecommunications device based on thin layers of black phosphorus could tune the polarization of each signal so that none interfere with each other. This would allow a fiber-optic cable to carry much more data than it does now.

Atwater says the technology could also open the door to a light-based replacement for Wi-Fi, something researchers in the field refer to as Li-Fi.

“Increasingly, we’re going to be looking at light-wave communications in free space,” he says. “Lighting like this very cool-looking lamp above my desk doesn’t carry any communication signal. It just provides light. But there’s no reason that you couldn’t sit in a future Starbucks and have your laptop taking a light signal for its wireless communication rather than a radio signal. It’s not quite here yet, but when it gets here, it will be at least a hundred times faster than Wi-Fi.”

The paper describing the work is titled, “Broadband electro-optic polarization conversion with atomically thin black phosphorus.” The lead author is Souvik Biswas, graduate student in applied physics. Other co-authors are Meir Y. Grajower, postdoctoral scholar research associate in applied physics and materials science, and Kenji Watanabe and Takashi Taniguchi of the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan.

“These are exciting times for new materials discovery that can shape the future of photonic devices, and we have barely scratched the surface,” Biswas says. “It would be gratifying if some day you could buy a commercial product constructed out of such atomically thin materials, and that day might not be very far.”

Funding for the research was provided by the U.S. Department of Energy; Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; and the Japan Science and Technology Agency.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) – Timbaland made his way as a hit producer for superstars like Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z, but now he’s creating another path for aspiring musicians to collaborate with the industry’s biggest artists.

While his hit series “Verzuz” with Swizz Beatz is still popular, Timbaland created a new company called Beatclub, an online groove marketplace. It is a digital platform for music creators to connect with musicians, producers, songwriters, music publishers, and record labels.

Through Beatclub, Timbaland seeks to become a link between the unknown and the known.

“I know what it’s like to be a kid sitting in a room not knowing if you’re talented, the way this world moves, how these kids get their music heard,” said Timbaland, a Grammy-winning producer and songwriter who has worked with Beyoncé, Missy Elliott, Rihanna, Madonna, Drake and more.

“This platform is a place where creators can communicate,” he continued. “I am the head of the ship. But guess what, if you have a ship, you can communicate with me and you will get better. I can point you to a Lil Durk or Lil Baby and tell them to keep an eye out for this boy or girl and give it a go. That could be his biggest dream. “

Timbaland hopes to officially launch Beatclub later this year, but a number of top-notch musicians and producers have already joined the project, including J. Cole, Mike WiLL Made-It, Mike Dean, Tainy and Scott Storch.

On Monday, Justin Timberlake announced to The Associated Press that he will also be joining Beatclub. The singer said that he is currently working with Timbaland and Beatclub on their next album.

“When Tim told me about Beatclub, the concept behind it, I thought it was a brilliant idea,” said Timberlake, who won three Grammys with Timbaland for “Sexy Back,” “LoveStoned / I Think She Knows” and “Pusher Lover. Girl “. The duo collaborated on five of Timberlake’s studio albums.

Timberlake said in a video sent to the AP that the platform could be a way for creative people to connect, communicate and share music without being in the same room.

“For people to have access to this kind of technology and platform where they can share things, I find it really inspiring,” he said. “I am excited to collaborate with people I have not even met. Even the things that we are working on right now with my album, everything is Beatclub. It’s Tim bringing people he has found through this platform and bringing them to me. “

Timbaland predicts that Beatclub will be extremely rewarding and educational for its members, who will be able to retain all of their music rights and income, set their own pricing terms, and retain their publishing royalties. The platform will not receive additional income from subscribers.

“You are learning financial terms,” ​​he said. “You are learning about wealth and how to control money and business. It is your own business. It is a place for their tools to be valued when they think they are not valued ”.

Beatclub is named after the Timbaland Beat Club record label, which launched rapper Bubba Sparxxx’s career nearly two decades ago. The label eventually flopped, but Timbaland had an epiphany one night to keep the name alive, with a different approach.

After waking up, he called his business partner Gary Marella, who worked with him at “Verzuz,” to tell him about his idea for the new digital platform. He was encouraged to develop it after the success of “Verzuz”, which puts two musicians to face each other in a battle, song against song.

The series was acquired by Triller earlier this year. He has gone from being on Instagram Live to having in-person battles in front of an audience, and could be heading into the touring space, according to the producer.

Timbaland said “Verzuz” improved his business skills while the pandemic reprogrammed his self-awareness.

“‘Verzuz’ helped me go back to my past,” he said. “It helped me with my people skills and how to deal with people without being sensitive and selfish. It taught me to think both ways, in my business and in coming up with a solution. You see that there is a problem, but what is the solution ”.

Marella said the idea for Beatclub immediately sold him on.

“I think the world was ready for this,” said Marella, who helped put together an agreement between Beatclub and the National Hockey League to provide custom music for the league’s best games, like the Stanley Cup. The platform also partnered with IBM as part of the company’s mentoring program for startups to offer data protection, privacy and security solutions.

“There are a couple more people in this space like Splice and BeatStars, who I can’t ignore and they have been pioneers, forward thinking and disrupting the business in terms of beat licensing,” he continued. “But what better person to kick open the door than Timbaland. He is leading the way for all these top producers, songwriters and even artists, telling them that this is the future of the business. “

Timbaland calls this moment in his life a rebirth after having had substance abuse problems, a divorce, being overweight and in poor health a few years ago. But now he has a renewed focus after losing more than 100 pounds, with a new scope in his entrepreneurial endeavors.

“I’ve been re-evaluating everything that happened in my life,” he said. “But I’m a diligent guy… It’s about working smarter, not harder. That’s how I move”.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) – Timbaland made his way as a hit producer for superstars like Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z, but now he’s creating another path for aspiring musicians to collaborate with the industry’s biggest artists.

While his hit series “Verzuz” with Swizz Beatz is still popular, Timbaland created a new company called Beatclub, an online groove marketplace. It is a digital platform for music creators to connect with musicians, producers, songwriters, music publishers, and record labels.

Through Beatclub, Timbaland seeks to become a link between the unknown and the known.

“I know what it’s like to be a kid sitting in a room not knowing if you’re talented, the way this world moves, how these kids get their music heard,” said Timbaland, a Grammy-winning producer and songwriter who has worked with Beyoncé, Missy Elliott, Rihanna, Madonna, Drake and more.

“This platform is a place where creators can communicate,” he continued. “I am the head of the ship. But guess what, if you have a ship, you can communicate with me and you will get better. I can point you to a Lil Durk or Lil Baby and tell them to keep an eye out for this boy or girl and give it a go. That could be his biggest dream. “

Timbaland hopes to officially launch Beatclub later this year, but a number of top-notch musicians and producers have already joined the project, including J. Cole, Mike WiLL Made-It, Mike Dean, Tainy and Scott Storch.

On Monday, Justin Timberlake announced to The Associated Press that he will also be joining Beatclub. The singer said that he is currently working with Timbaland and Beatclub on their next album.

“When Tim told me about Beatclub, the concept behind it, I thought it was a brilliant idea,” said Timberlake, who won three Grammys with Timbaland for “Sexy Back,” “LoveStoned / I Think She Knows” and “Pusher Lover. Girl “. The duo collaborated on five of Timberlake’s studio albums.

Timberlake said in a video sent to the AP that the platform could be a way for creative people to connect, communicate and share music without being in the same room.

“For people to have access to this kind of technology and platform where they can share things, I find it really inspiring,” he said. “I am excited to collaborate with people I have not even met. Even the things that we are working on right now with my album, everything is Beatclub. It’s Tim bringing people he has found through this platform and bringing them to me. “

Timbaland predicts that Beatclub will be extremely rewarding and educational for its members, who will be able to retain all of their music rights and income, set their own pricing terms, and retain their publishing royalties. The platform will not receive additional income from subscribers.

“You are learning financial terms,” ​​he said. “You are learning about wealth and how to control money and business. It is your own business. It is a place for their tools to be valued when they think they are not valued ”.

Beatclub is named after the Timbaland Beat Club record label, which launched rapper Bubba Sparxxx’s career nearly two decades ago. The label eventually flopped, but Timbaland had an epiphany one night to keep the name alive, with a different approach.

After waking up, he called his business partner Gary Marella, who worked with him at “Verzuz,” to tell him about his idea for the new digital platform. He was encouraged to develop it after the success of “Verzuz”, which puts two musicians to face each other in a battle, song against song.

The series was acquired by Triller earlier this year. He has gone from being on Instagram Live to having in-person battles in front of an audience, and could be heading into the touring space, according to the producer.

Timbaland said “Verzuz” improved his business skills while the pandemic reprogrammed his self-awareness.

“‘Verzuz’ helped me go back to my past,” he said. “It helped me with my people skills and how to deal with people without being sensitive and selfish. It taught me to think both ways, in my business and in coming up with a solution. You see that there is a problem, but what is the solution ”.

Marella said the idea for Beatclub immediately sold him on.

“I think the world was ready for this,” said Marella, who helped put together an agreement between Beatclub and the National Hockey League to provide custom music for the league’s best games, like the Stanley Cup. The platform also partnered with IBM as part of the company’s mentoring program for startups to offer data protection, privacy and security solutions.

“There are a couple more people in this space like Splice and BeatStars, who I can’t ignore and they have been pioneers, forward thinking and disrupting the business in terms of beat licensing,” he continued. “But what better person to kick open the door than Timbaland. He is leading the way for all these top producers, songwriters and even artists, telling them that this is the future of the business. “

Timbaland calls this moment in his life a rebirth after having had substance abuse problems, a divorce, being overweight and in poor health a few years ago. But now he has a renewed focus after losing more than 100 pounds, with a new scope in his entrepreneurial endeavors.

“I’ve been re-evaluating everything that happened in my life,” he said. “But I’m a diligent guy… It’s about working smarter, not harder. That’s how I move”.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635062526 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Khloe Kardashian says on video “I can’t stand” people who complain about their weight [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/khloe-kardashian-says-on-video-i-cant-stand-people-who-complain-about-their-weight/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tom Pauler ) [pubdate] => Sun, 24 Oct 2021 08:00:51 +0000 [category] => CelebritycomplainKardashianKhloepeoplestandvideoweight [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=319 [description] => Khloe Kardashian has been accused of shaming fat after comments she made about people struggling with their weight resurfaced in a 2019 interview. In October 2019, the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians appeared on the podcast On Purpose with Jay Shetty , where he spoke about mental health, fitness and wellness. However, at ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Khloe Kardashian has been accused of shaming fat after comments she made about people struggling with their weight resurfaced in a 2019 interview.

In October 2019, the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians appeared on the podcast On Purpose with Jay Shetty , where he spoke about mental health, fitness and wellness.

However, at one point during the interview, the former Revenge Body host made comments criticizing people who would “not change their diet,” which many have interpreted as fatphobic.

“I can’t stand people who eat a bucket of Haagen-Dazs ice cream and say, I’m so fat,” Kardashian said. “And since they won’t exercise, they won’t change their diet, they won’t drink more water, they won’t do whatever, but they complain, they complain, they complain. I say, well, you are always going to be in this state of victimization because you are literally not doing anything … you are not being aware of yourself. “

“You’re not even looking at your own reflection saying: Ok, what can I do to change things about me? It’s everyone else’s fault. “

The interview clip that was first shared on TikTok went viral on Twitter after it was posted in response to a thread criticizing the founder of Good American for “shaming fat without provocation.”

The tweet that was captioned: “I couldn’t imagine publicly hating myself for years… just to do an interview like this. The disconnection with reality is profound… af ”, since then it has been viewed more than 2.5 million times and has caused a great deal of criticism from viewers.

“Clearly she doesn’t understand the relationship with food that many of us have and the struggle with it. Many of those people who eat ice cream on the couch are the same yo-yo dieters trying to get a result that was sold to them, fraudulently, I may add, ”one person tweeted.

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Another said, “I don’t know whether to feel angry at Khloe Kardashian or feel really bad for her and her internalized fat phobia.”

“Wow. This is so terrible and so damaging to the young people who look up to her,” wrote another person.

Others accused Kardashian of hypocrisy, after she recently fought to have an unfiltered photo of herself removed from the internet and opened up about her use of filters and editing.

“The same woman who was angry at her grandmother posted an unfiltered photo of her and tried to delete it from the internet,” wrote one person.

In April, Kardashian addressed the option of deleting the photo from the internet on her Instagram, where she spoke candidly about struggles with body image.

“The photo that was published this week is beautiful. But as someone who has struggled with body image all their life, when someone takes a photo of you that is not flattering in bad lighting or does not capture your body the way it is after working so hard to get to this point and then you share it with the world, you should have every right to ask that it not be shared, regardless of who you are, ”he wrote at the time.

While Kardashian has not directly addressed the resurgent interview, she tweeted well wishes to her Twitter followers on Saturday and wrote: “I pray that everyone is surrounded by health, happiness, love and blessings. I pray that everyone will live a life they are proud of. “

In another tweet posted the same day, the reality star appeared to call out some of her followers, who said they create “a narrative that conforms to what you choose to believe.”

“SAY AH! Some of you really just make up anything and swear it’s the truth like you know what’s going on. The truth is never good enough … or juicy enough. So you create a narrative that fits what you choose to believe, ”he wrote.

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) [summary] => Khloe Kardashian has been accused of shaming fat after comments she made about people struggling with their weight resurfaced in a 2019 interview. In October 2019, the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians appeared on the podcast On Purpose with Jay Shetty , where he spoke about mental health, fitness and wellness. However, at ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Khloe Kardashian has been accused of shaming fat after comments she made about people struggling with their weight resurfaced in a 2019 interview.

In October 2019, the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians appeared on the podcast On Purpose with Jay Shetty , where he spoke about mental health, fitness and wellness.

However, at one point during the interview, the former Revenge Body host made comments criticizing people who would “not change their diet,” which many have interpreted as fatphobic.

“I can’t stand people who eat a bucket of Haagen-Dazs ice cream and say, I’m so fat,” Kardashian said. “And since they won’t exercise, they won’t change their diet, they won’t drink more water, they won’t do whatever, but they complain, they complain, they complain. I say, well, you are always going to be in this state of victimization because you are literally not doing anything … you are not being aware of yourself. “

“You’re not even looking at your own reflection saying: Ok, what can I do to change things about me? It’s everyone else’s fault. “

The interview clip that was first shared on TikTok went viral on Twitter after it was posted in response to a thread criticizing the founder of Good American for “shaming fat without provocation.”

The tweet that was captioned: “I couldn’t imagine publicly hating myself for years… just to do an interview like this. The disconnection with reality is profound… af ”, since then it has been viewed more than 2.5 million times and has caused a great deal of criticism from viewers.

“Clearly she doesn’t understand the relationship with food that many of us have and the struggle with it. Many of those people who eat ice cream on the couch are the same yo-yo dieters trying to get a result that was sold to them, fraudulently, I may add, ”one person tweeted.

Read more: Judge annuls order that prohibited an unvaccinated mother from seeing her son

Another said, “I don’t know whether to feel angry at Khloe Kardashian or feel really bad for her and her internalized fat phobia.”

“Wow. This is so terrible and so damaging to the young people who look up to her,” wrote another person.

Others accused Kardashian of hypocrisy, after she recently fought to have an unfiltered photo of herself removed from the internet and opened up about her use of filters and editing.

“The same woman who was angry at her grandmother posted an unfiltered photo of her and tried to delete it from the internet,” wrote one person.

In April, Kardashian addressed the option of deleting the photo from the internet on her Instagram, where she spoke candidly about struggles with body image.

“The photo that was published this week is beautiful. But as someone who has struggled with body image all their life, when someone takes a photo of you that is not flattering in bad lighting or does not capture your body the way it is after working so hard to get to this point and then you share it with the world, you should have every right to ask that it not be shared, regardless of who you are, ”he wrote at the time.

While Kardashian has not directly addressed the resurgent interview, she tweeted well wishes to her Twitter followers on Saturday and wrote: “I pray that everyone is surrounded by health, happiness, love and blessings. I pray that everyone will live a life they are proud of. “

In another tweet posted the same day, the reality star appeared to call out some of her followers, who said they create “a narrative that conforms to what you choose to believe.”

“SAY AH! Some of you really just make up anything and swear it’s the truth like you know what’s going on. The truth is never good enough … or juicy enough. So you create a narrative that fits what you choose to believe, ”he wrote.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635062451 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Criticism: ‘White Tiger’, the radical Netflix film that mixes ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and ‘Parasites’ [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/criticism-white-tiger-the-radical-netflix-film-that-mixes-slumdog-millionaire-and-parasites/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Sun, 24 Oct 2021 07:44:51 +0000 [category] => MoviesCriticismfilmMillionairemixesNetflixParasitesradicalSlumdogTigerWhite [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=316 [description] => It’s a fact: finding a hole in the jungle of content Netflix not an easy task, especially during the winter months when the streaming platform pulls out the tanks in hopes of grabbing it. Oscar for best film that escaped Roma and The Irish. But that the trees (the new works of David Fincher, Meryl ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

It’s a fact: finding a hole in the jungle of content Netflix not an easy task, especially during the winter months when the streaming platform pulls out the tanks in hopes of grabbing it. Oscar for best film that escaped Roma and The Irish. But that the trees (the new works of David Fincher, Meryl Streep, Aaron Sorkin O Viola Davis) don’t let us see the forest. Beyond the famous algorithm and the list of the ten most viewed contents every day on its service, on Netflix you can also find little gems that deserve our attention, from the polarizing I’m thinking of quitting from Charlie Kaufman to this week’s brand new premiere: White Tiger, the film adaptation of the novel by Aravind Adiga, winner of the prestigious award Booker in 2008.

Lets start by the beginning. Balram Halwai, our hero (or not, the roads of Adiga are inscrutable) and verbose narrator is a humble peasant who, thanks to his cunning, begins to work as a chauffeur for Ashok and Pinky (Priyanka Chopra Jonas, notable in a small role that makes it clear that Hollywood is under-utilizing their talents), a successful young couple who have just returned from the United States to start a new life in their native India. The caste system and the country’s society have taught Balram that his place in the world is to be a loyal and effective servant. An accident makes you begin to rethink your place in the world and, above all, your relationship with your bosses and the system that prevails over all of them. Without meaning to (or perhaps yes, it is one of the doubts left by a fascinating film that raises more debates than answers), Balram plunges into a journey into darkness, success and revenge.

Nothing we’ve said here is spoiler, by the way. White Tiger It is told from the future, posing a question to the viewer: how the hell did the seemingly innocent main character get here? Adiga’s unpredictable – even when you know there are curves looming in the story – narrative deviations play on the viewer’s empathy thanks to her decision to use Balram as an omnipresent storyteller (at times charismatic, at times irritating, always interesting) who takes you by the hand to accompany him during his climb on the uneven New Dehli. How not to be on their side? The peasant has all the ingredients to be the classic hero with loser traits with whom the audience connects … until the film takes a 180º turn and the character begins to make decisions and do things that, in any other story, would make him on the villain on duty.


Nothing is easy or simplistic in proposing Ramin Bahrani, an American independent filmmaker of Iranian ancestry who had already tackled issues of class and capitalism in the stupendous 99 Homes. The same year that White Tiger reached the bookstores, Danny Boyle premiere Slumdog Millionaire, an unexpected success that swept the box office and the Hollywood Academy Awards: its 8 Oscars, including best picture, have only been surpassed in the 21st century by The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in 2003.

Both stories share a setting (the poorest and most bitter face of India that he used to ignore even his own cinema) and themes (success, inequalities, social and economic ascension), but his way of approaching them is diametrically opposite. If the colorful story starring Dev Patel He advocated the happy ending of a poor young man who had imposed himself on circumstances, conquered the girl and made a millionaire thanks to his passage through Who wants to be a millionaire?, here we meet an antihero for whom success, money and survival will have a very high moral and personal cost.

As the story progresses, White Tiger goes deeper and deeper into a recent narrative stream led by films like the existentialist The hole, horror comedy Wedding night, the intrigue to Agatha Christie from Daggers in the back and, above all of them, the great phenomenon of last year: Parasites. Starting from different genders and ambitions, all of them pose what would happen if the most disadvantaged said “enough is enough” and rose up against those privileged ones who, in one way or another, oppress them. White Tiger embrace the new subgenre called eat the rich (It would come to be translated into Spanish as “eat the rich man”) based on black humor and a turn to the most violent thriller in the second half of the film, a radical change of tone that will expel more than one viewer who, guided by what he was seeing so far, expected to find another kind of story. The density and irregularity of the proposal in several of its passages or excessive footage to which there are easily 20 minutes. However, the stellar revelation of the unknown protagonist (an overwhelming Adarsh ​​Gourav) and above all, its radicality and originality At a time when the series and movies we see are becoming more and more similar to each other, these are more than enough arguments to get on Balram’s fascinating journey to glory and doom.

‘White Tiger’ is now available on Netflix.

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) [summary] => It’s a fact: finding a hole in the jungle of content Netflix not an easy task, especially during the winter months when the streaming platform pulls out the tanks in hopes of grabbing it. Oscar for best film that escaped Roma and The Irish. But that the trees (the new works of David Fincher, Meryl ... Read more [atom_content] =>

It’s a fact: finding a hole in the jungle of content Netflix not an easy task, especially during the winter months when the streaming platform pulls out the tanks in hopes of grabbing it. Oscar for best film that escaped Roma and The Irish. But that the trees (the new works of David Fincher, Meryl Streep, Aaron Sorkin O Viola Davis) don’t let us see the forest. Beyond the famous algorithm and the list of the ten most viewed contents every day on its service, on Netflix you can also find little gems that deserve our attention, from the polarizing I’m thinking of quitting from Charlie Kaufman to this week’s brand new premiere: White Tiger, the film adaptation of the novel by Aravind Adiga, winner of the prestigious award Booker in 2008.

Lets start by the beginning. Balram Halwai, our hero (or not, the roads of Adiga are inscrutable) and verbose narrator is a humble peasant who, thanks to his cunning, begins to work as a chauffeur for Ashok and Pinky (Priyanka Chopra Jonas, notable in a small role that makes it clear that Hollywood is under-utilizing their talents), a successful young couple who have just returned from the United States to start a new life in their native India. The caste system and the country’s society have taught Balram that his place in the world is to be a loyal and effective servant. An accident makes you begin to rethink your place in the world and, above all, your relationship with your bosses and the system that prevails over all of them. Without meaning to (or perhaps yes, it is one of the doubts left by a fascinating film that raises more debates than answers), Balram plunges into a journey into darkness, success and revenge.

Nothing we’ve said here is spoiler, by the way. White Tiger It is told from the future, posing a question to the viewer: how the hell did the seemingly innocent main character get here? Adiga’s unpredictable – even when you know there are curves looming in the story – narrative deviations play on the viewer’s empathy thanks to her decision to use Balram as an omnipresent storyteller (at times charismatic, at times irritating, always interesting) who takes you by the hand to accompany him during his climb on the uneven New Dehli. How not to be on their side? The peasant has all the ingredients to be the classic hero with loser traits with whom the audience connects … until the film takes a 180º turn and the character begins to make decisions and do things that, in any other story, would make him on the villain on duty.


Nothing is easy or simplistic in proposing Ramin Bahrani, an American independent filmmaker of Iranian ancestry who had already tackled issues of class and capitalism in the stupendous 99 Homes. The same year that White Tiger reached the bookstores, Danny Boyle premiere Slumdog Millionaire, an unexpected success that swept the box office and the Hollywood Academy Awards: its 8 Oscars, including best picture, have only been surpassed in the 21st century by The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in 2003.

Both stories share a setting (the poorest and most bitter face of India that he used to ignore even his own cinema) and themes (success, inequalities, social and economic ascension), but his way of approaching them is diametrically opposite. If the colorful story starring Dev Patel He advocated the happy ending of a poor young man who had imposed himself on circumstances, conquered the girl and made a millionaire thanks to his passage through Who wants to be a millionaire?, here we meet an antihero for whom success, money and survival will have a very high moral and personal cost.

As the story progresses, White Tiger goes deeper and deeper into a recent narrative stream led by films like the existentialist The hole, horror comedy Wedding night, the intrigue to Agatha Christie from Daggers in the back and, above all of them, the great phenomenon of last year: Parasites. Starting from different genders and ambitions, all of them pose what would happen if the most disadvantaged said “enough is enough” and rose up against those privileged ones who, in one way or another, oppress them. White Tiger embrace the new subgenre called eat the rich (It would come to be translated into Spanish as “eat the rich man”) based on black humor and a turn to the most violent thriller in the second half of the film, a radical change of tone that will expel more than one viewer who, guided by what he was seeing so far, expected to find another kind of story. The density and irregularity of the proposal in several of its passages or excessive footage to which there are easily 20 minutes. However, the stellar revelation of the unknown protagonist (an overwhelming Adarsh ​​Gourav) and above all, its radicality and originality At a time when the series and movies we see are becoming more and more similar to each other, these are more than enough arguments to get on Balram’s fascinating journey to glory and doom.

‘White Tiger’ is now available on Netflix.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635061491 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => New Anthony Hopkins film to premiere as NFT [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/new-anthony-hopkins-film-to-premiere-as-nft/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Sun, 24 Oct 2021 07:34:29 +0000 [category] => CelebrityAnthonyfilmHopkinsNFTpremiere [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=313 [description] => One of the heavy hitters in the history of cinema comes to the world of NFTs. The new film by actor Anthony Hopkins, titled Zero Contact, will be released in this collectible format. The film, produced by Enderby Entertainment, will premiere on the NFT VUELE platform, belonging to the producer itself and the CurrencyWorks company, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

One of the heavy hitters in the history of cinema comes to the world of NFTs. The new film by actor Anthony Hopkins, titled Zero Contact, will be released in this collectible format.

The film, produced by Enderby Entertainment, will premiere on the NFT VUELE platform, belonging to the producer itself and the CurrencyWorks company, explained the latter through a Press release published this Wednesday, July 7.

The company refers to VUELE as “the first distribution and viewing platform to offer feature films and digital collectible entertainment content as direct-to-consumer NFT.”

Additionally, they state that users of their platform “will be able to become owners of exclusive limited edition films and collectible NFT content that they can see, collect, sell and exchange on vuele.io«.

CurrencyWorks owns 51% ownership of VUELE, while producer Enderby Entertainment has the remaining 49%. This shows a high interest from the entertainment company in the world of NFTs.

Distribution will begin in August. Zero Contact will be distributed in VUELE in the format of collectible tokens, and will include special material, in addition to the film, although those extra materials are yet to be defined.

Rick Dugdale, director of the film and producer at Enderby, said that the way this film is distributed can guarantee a shortage of copies. Thus, it “protects against piracy,” added Dugdale, interviewed by Deadline.

In the same interview, the producer assured that everything has been out of the ordinary with Zero Contact. The film was shot in the middle of the pandemic, in 17 countries and in conditions that Dugdale defined as unusual.

Everything about this movie is unconventional, from the way we shot it with Zoom and remote production, to its distribution. […] we said ‘[VUELE] It could be a new platform, let’s take a chance and do it with our own film.

Rick Dugdale, director and producer of Enderby.

Zero Contact It will be distributed as NFT in FLIGHT. Source: vuele.io.

NFT sale surpasses $ 2.5 billion this year

NFT trading has revolutionized the cryptocurrency industry in recent months. From this moment that digital collectibles live in blockchains, the diversity of actors who have entered this world is affected. From sports to video games, through the most traditional art, there are many areas that are gaining presence in the NFT markets.

Furthermore, trading volumes are rising more and more. As CriptoNoticias reported earlier this week, during the first half of 2021 more than 2,500 million dollars were moved in NFT.

The figure represents a remarkable growth, since during the first half of the previous year only about 13.5 million dollars were sold. In the second half of 2020, there was an increase to $ 80 million, still well below current volumes.

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) [summary] => One of the heavy hitters in the history of cinema comes to the world of NFTs. The new film by actor Anthony Hopkins, titled Zero Contact, will be released in this collectible format. The film, produced by Enderby Entertainment, will premiere on the NFT VUELE platform, belonging to the producer itself and the CurrencyWorks company, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

One of the heavy hitters in the history of cinema comes to the world of NFTs. The new film by actor Anthony Hopkins, titled Zero Contact, will be released in this collectible format.

The film, produced by Enderby Entertainment, will premiere on the NFT VUELE platform, belonging to the producer itself and the CurrencyWorks company, explained the latter through a Press release published this Wednesday, July 7.

The company refers to VUELE as “the first distribution and viewing platform to offer feature films and digital collectible entertainment content as direct-to-consumer NFT.”

Additionally, they state that users of their platform “will be able to become owners of exclusive limited edition films and collectible NFT content that they can see, collect, sell and exchange on vuele.io«.

CurrencyWorks owns 51% ownership of VUELE, while producer Enderby Entertainment has the remaining 49%. This shows a high interest from the entertainment company in the world of NFTs.

Distribution will begin in August. Zero Contact will be distributed in VUELE in the format of collectible tokens, and will include special material, in addition to the film, although those extra materials are yet to be defined.

Rick Dugdale, director of the film and producer at Enderby, said that the way this film is distributed can guarantee a shortage of copies. Thus, it “protects against piracy,” added Dugdale, interviewed by Deadline.

In the same interview, the producer assured that everything has been out of the ordinary with Zero Contact. The film was shot in the middle of the pandemic, in 17 countries and in conditions that Dugdale defined as unusual.

Everything about this movie is unconventional, from the way we shot it with Zoom and remote production, to its distribution. […] we said ‘[VUELE] It could be a new platform, let’s take a chance and do it with our own film.

Rick Dugdale, director and producer of Enderby.

Zero Contact It will be distributed as NFT in FLIGHT. Source: vuele.io.

NFT sale surpasses $ 2.5 billion this year

NFT trading has revolutionized the cryptocurrency industry in recent months. From this moment that digital collectibles live in blockchains, the diversity of actors who have entered this world is affected. From sports to video games, through the most traditional art, there are many areas that are gaining presence in the NFT markets.

Furthermore, trading volumes are rising more and more. As CriptoNoticias reported earlier this week, during the first half of 2021 more than 2,500 million dollars were moved in NFT.

The figure represents a remarkable growth, since during the first half of the previous year only about 13.5 million dollars were sold. In the second half of 2020, there was an increase to $ 80 million, still well below current volumes.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635060869 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Alpine skiing: ÖSV men aim for top five place [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/alpine-skiing-osv-men-aim-for-top-five-place/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Sun, 24 Oct 2021 07:15:38 +0000 [category] => SportaimAlpineÖSVskiing [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=310 [description] => This time Brennsteiner is the first contender for a top spot, the last Austrian glacier winner was Marcel Hirscher in 2014, who came second in 2016 and also made the last podium finish. “Stefan was in good shape at the end of the season and took that with him into summer and autumn. He was ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

This time Brennsteiner is the first contender for a top spot, the last Austrian glacier winner was Marcel Hirscher in 2014, who came second in 2016 and also made the last podium finish. “Stefan was in good shape at the end of the season and took that with him into summer and autumn. He was the pacemaker and the one to orientate yourself by, ”said Pircher to the Salzburg resident. “The training was good, but we keep the ball flat. You shouldn’t expect miracles, but it has a quick swing. We would be very satisfied with the top five. “

The whole team presented themselves quite well at the meetings, it seemed that everyone had taken a small step forward. “It will show itself in the race, and the head will also be there. And you don’t have a few attempts, only one per round. It is often the great art to implement the training achievements in the race. “

The favorites range from Swiss Marco Odermatt, ball winner Alexis Pinturault to world champion Mathieu Faivre (both France) and runner-up world champion Luca de Aliprandini (Italy), who, however, struggled with the patellar tendon and back problems in the summer. Last year’s Norwegian winner Lucas Braathen returns after a cruciate ligament rupture. “It feels good, I’m really looking forward to being at the start on Sunday,” said overall World Cup winner Pinturault, who won 2016 and 2019 on the Rettenbachferner.

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Pinturault won the overall World Cup last season

Brennsteiner with good training results

Brennsteiner was the runner in training that his teammates used for orientation. “I’ve had very good training sessions, but now, at thirty, I know how to classify that. Training is training and racing is something different. ”Of course, after the strong season finish with two thirds, a fourth and a fifth place, he has a different level of self-confidence. “It’s a different starting position. I was presented in black and white that I can ride, not always just the what-if. “

The Salzburg man acted more loosely after he “opened the button”. “The mental task then wasn’t that difficult.” He has his material ready for Sunday. “I have a set-up that is broad and worked well last year. I have developed something further, let’s see if that will be used. ”In the few international comparisons that were made in preparation, it was“ not far from missing, ”he said vaguely in his statement. The start would be satisfactory if he could bring down “two good runs”.

Black “still has homework” to do

World Cup bronze medalist Marco Schwarz invested more training days in preparation than ever before in the giant slalom. “I’m one step further, but I still have homework to do. In terms of technology, a lot has gone ahead, in terms of speed I’m not one hundred percent where I want to be. ”It is now the first test of strength and after that there is still time to Val d’Isere.

Marco Black (AUT)

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Schwarz sees Sölden as the first test of strength

He sees Brennsteiner in “a very good shape”, he expects that he will be right at the front. He himself wants to get the best out of it. The Carinthian described the race on the Rettenbachferner as “one of the most difficult giant slalom runs, especially so early in the season”. You have to really fight on the long steep slope. “You have to be at one hundred percent if you want to be at the forefront. I am not yet. “

Feller is looking forward to spectators again

Manuel Feller “concentrated on certain technical shortcomings” in the summer. He is happy that spectators will be there again on Sunday. “It’s weird when you swing away, and it’s completely calm. I’m really happy again when people celebrate with us, cheer us on or are disappointed with us. It depends on how it goes, ”said the Tyrolean. If every giant slalom was a physical and mental challenge last winter, it is now in good health. “Skiing is a lot of fun right now.”

As eighth in Adelboden 2020/21, Roland Leitinger made it into the top ten only once last winter. He tried to improve his position on skis and tried a lot in the material sector too. “Meanwhile, my feeling is pretty good, I hope that will be confirmed on Sunday. I often approached it too defensively in the first round, I now want to show it in the first too. “

Speed ​​pilot Matthias Mayer will also be at the start of the glacier opening, qualifying for the final of the top 30 is the goal. Although in training in the giant slalom it has not been the case recently. “But now I’ve had a couple of runs that I enjoyed. A run like this is also the goal for Sunday. The slope looks very good, you have watered again. ”The technique training is the basis for his skiing in the Super-G and the downhill, which is why he likes to take the giant slalom with him.

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Alpine skiing: ÖSV men aim for top five place

) [summary] => This time Brennsteiner is the first contender for a top spot, the last Austrian glacier winner was Marcel Hirscher in 2014, who came second in 2016 and also made the last podium finish. “Stefan was in good shape at the end of the season and took that with him into summer and autumn. He was ... Read more [atom_content] =>

This time Brennsteiner is the first contender for a top spot, the last Austrian glacier winner was Marcel Hirscher in 2014, who came second in 2016 and also made the last podium finish. “Stefan was in good shape at the end of the season and took that with him into summer and autumn. He was the pacemaker and the one to orientate yourself by, ”said Pircher to the Salzburg resident. “The training was good, but we keep the ball flat. You shouldn’t expect miracles, but it has a quick swing. We would be very satisfied with the top five. “

The whole team presented themselves quite well at the meetings, it seemed that everyone had taken a small step forward. “It will show itself in the race, and the head will also be there. And you don’t have a few attempts, only one per round. It is often the great art to implement the training achievements in the race. “

The favorites range from Swiss Marco Odermatt, ball winner Alexis Pinturault to world champion Mathieu Faivre (both France) and runner-up world champion Luca de Aliprandini (Italy), who, however, struggled with the patellar tendon and back problems in the summer. Last year’s Norwegian winner Lucas Braathen returns after a cruciate ligament rupture. “It feels good, I’m really looking forward to being at the start on Sunday,” said overall World Cup winner Pinturault, who won 2016 and 2019 on the Rettenbachferner.

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Pinturault won the overall World Cup last season

Brennsteiner with good training results

Brennsteiner was the runner in training that his teammates used for orientation. “I’ve had very good training sessions, but now, at thirty, I know how to classify that. Training is training and racing is something different. ”Of course, after the strong season finish with two thirds, a fourth and a fifth place, he has a different level of self-confidence. “It’s a different starting position. I was presented in black and white that I can ride, not always just the what-if. “

The Salzburg man acted more loosely after he “opened the button”. “The mental task then wasn’t that difficult.” He has his material ready for Sunday. “I have a set-up that is broad and worked well last year. I have developed something further, let’s see if that will be used. ”In the few international comparisons that were made in preparation, it was“ not far from missing, ”he said vaguely in his statement. The start would be satisfactory if he could bring down “two good runs”.

Black “still has homework” to do

World Cup bronze medalist Marco Schwarz invested more training days in preparation than ever before in the giant slalom. “I’m one step further, but I still have homework to do. In terms of technology, a lot has gone ahead, in terms of speed I’m not one hundred percent where I want to be. ”It is now the first test of strength and after that there is still time to Val d’Isere.

Marco Black (AUT)

GEPA/Patrick Steiner

Schwarz sees Sölden as the first test of strength

He sees Brennsteiner in “a very good shape”, he expects that he will be right at the front. He himself wants to get the best out of it. The Carinthian described the race on the Rettenbachferner as “one of the most difficult giant slalom runs, especially so early in the season”. You have to really fight on the long steep slope. “You have to be at one hundred percent if you want to be at the forefront. I am not yet. “

Feller is looking forward to spectators again

Manuel Feller “concentrated on certain technical shortcomings” in the summer. He is happy that spectators will be there again on Sunday. “It’s weird when you swing away, and it’s completely calm. I’m really happy again when people celebrate with us, cheer us on or are disappointed with us. It depends on how it goes, ”said the Tyrolean. If every giant slalom was a physical and mental challenge last winter, it is now in good health. “Skiing is a lot of fun right now.”

As eighth in Adelboden 2020/21, Roland Leitinger made it into the top ten only once last winter. He tried to improve his position on skis and tried a lot in the material sector too. “Meanwhile, my feeling is pretty good, I hope that will be confirmed on Sunday. I often approached it too defensively in the first round, I now want to show it in the first too. “

Speed ​​pilot Matthias Mayer will also be at the start of the glacier opening, qualifying for the final of the top 30 is the goal. Although in training in the giant slalom it has not been the case recently. “But now I’ve had a couple of runs that I enjoyed. A run like this is also the goal for Sunday. The slope looks very good, you have watered again. ”The technique training is the basis for his skiing in the Super-G and the downhill, which is why he likes to take the giant slalom with him.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635059738 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => “France 2030”: “The reliability and coordination of institutions are as important as the distribution of 30 billion euros” [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/france-2030-the-reliability-and-coordination-of-institutions-are-as-important-as-the-distribution-of-30-billion-euros/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harold Kent ) [pubdate] => Sun, 24 Oct 2021 07:13:30 +0000 [category] => OpinionscoordinationdistributioneurosFranceinstitutionsreliability [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=307 [description] => Tribune. The “France 2030” plan put on track by Emmanuel Macron has given rise to as many debates as it does to questions about the future. Energy transition, reindustrialisation around new technologies and health constitute the three axes of a modernization plan over a period of five to ten years. The pandemic has brutally exposed ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Tribune. The “France 2030” plan put on track by Emmanuel Macron has given rise to as many debates as it does to questions about the future. Energy transition, reindustrialisation around new technologies and health constitute the three axes of a modernization plan over a period of five to ten years. The pandemic has brutally exposed the dangerous slope on which our country has embarked for more than thirty years. Deindustrialisation (in 2021, France has 10.1% of manufacturing production in its GDP, against 25% for Germany and 22% for the EU average), the dependence of the French economy on vis-à-vis the outside world, like the loss of State sovereignty, constitute the other side of the mirror of a globalization which should bring development to all. In this context, should we consider the “France 2030” plan as a break in the trend, as a new impetus that would restore the path to growth?

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This initiative is compared to that which was carried out in the 1970s by Georges Pompidou. If an investment plan is based on the will of a head of state, success also requires the flexible and efficient coordination of operations carried out by economic players. The projects carried out during the “glorious thirties” (TGV, electrification of the territory, nuclear, aeronautics, telecommunications, etc.) must not obscure the institutional context, in which public authorities, private actors and banking institutions were linked around a model of unique investment in the world.

Investments were not just about planning; the latter was carefully integrated into an active collaboration between the public and private sectors. Of course, large national companies held an important place, but they were structured around a rule of specialty, which limited the scope of their activities. Contrary to what is often asserted, they did not compartmentalize the French productive apparatus. The diversified participation of the State in the economic system could be total, partial or concretized in the form of delegated management.

French expertise

France was an expert in this area. Born under the Roman Empire, more precisely under the reign of the Emperor Justinian (482-565), who had brought together a set of laws in a secular work entitled the Digest, from which Napoleon drew the elements of the civil code in 1804, this system has been maintained and improved without ever being abandoned. Replaced since 2005 by public / private partnership contracts, it made it possible to ensure the general interest without neglecting the share of profit intended for companies.

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) [summary] => Tribune. The “France 2030” plan put on track by Emmanuel Macron has given rise to as many debates as it does to questions about the future. Energy transition, reindustrialisation around new technologies and health constitute the three axes of a modernization plan over a period of five to ten years. The pandemic has brutally exposed ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Tribune. The “France 2030” plan put on track by Emmanuel Macron has given rise to as many debates as it does to questions about the future. Energy transition, reindustrialisation around new technologies and health constitute the three axes of a modernization plan over a period of five to ten years. The pandemic has brutally exposed the dangerous slope on which our country has embarked for more than thirty years. Deindustrialisation (in 2021, France has 10.1% of manufacturing production in its GDP, against 25% for Germany and 22% for the EU average), the dependence of the French economy on vis-à-vis the outside world, like the loss of State sovereignty, constitute the other side of the mirror of a globalization which should bring development to all. In this context, should we consider the “France 2030” plan as a break in the trend, as a new impetus that would restore the path to growth?

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers France 2030: Emmanuel Macron releases 30 billion euros for his investment plan

This initiative is compared to that which was carried out in the 1970s by Georges Pompidou. If an investment plan is based on the will of a head of state, success also requires the flexible and efficient coordination of operations carried out by economic players. The projects carried out during the “glorious thirties” (TGV, electrification of the territory, nuclear, aeronautics, telecommunications, etc.) must not obscure the institutional context, in which public authorities, private actors and banking institutions were linked around a model of unique investment in the world.

Investments were not just about planning; the latter was carefully integrated into an active collaboration between the public and private sectors. Of course, large national companies held an important place, but they were structured around a rule of specialty, which limited the scope of their activities. Contrary to what is often asserted, they did not compartmentalize the French productive apparatus. The diversified participation of the State in the economic system could be total, partial or concretized in the form of delegated management.

French expertise

France was an expert in this area. Born under the Roman Empire, more precisely under the reign of the Emperor Justinian (482-565), who had brought together a set of laws in a secular work entitled the Digest, from which Napoleon drew the elements of the civil code in 1804, this system has been maintained and improved without ever being abandoned. Replaced since 2005 by public / private partnership contracts, it made it possible to ensure the general interest without neglecting the share of profit intended for companies.

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[date_timestamp] => 1635059610 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => What to visit in Strasbourg? My must-haves – Travel Me Happy – Travel blog [link] => https://moustachebrothers.com/what-to-visit-in-strasbourg-my-must-haves-travel-me-happy-travel-blog/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Sun, 24 Oct 2021 06:53:50 +0000 [category] => LifestyleblogHappymusthavesStrasbourgTravelvisit [guid] => https://moustachebrothers.com/?p=304 [description] => The holidays are fast approaching, and if you are here, it is undoubtedly because you are looking for an idea of ​​destination for your holidays! Good thing because today we are going to tell you about one of the most popular and most loved destinations by holidaymakers, it is the city of Strasbourg! If you ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The holidays are fast approaching, and if you are here, it is undoubtedly because you are looking for an idea of ​​destination for your holidays!

Good thing because today we are going to tell you about one of the most popular and most loved destinations by holidaymakers, it is the city of Strasbourg!

If you are wondering about this city and what to visit in Strasbourg, you’ve come to the right place!

Through this little guide, we are going to tell you about the city of Strasbourg, what to do during your stay but above all, the places to visit at all costs as well as the activities not to be missed!

Are you ready to discover the city of Strasbourg from a new perspective?

Ladies and gentlemen, let’s go!

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For those who come from far away or have not always attended history and geography lessons, here is a quick overview of the city of Strasbourg! Strasbourg is a French city, it is the capital of the region called Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine, also nicknamed Grand Est. To be clearer and more precise, the city of Strasbourg is located in the North-East of France.

Did you know ?

The city of Strasbourg is also located near the border with Germany. Moreover, for your information, you can cross the Rhine by taking the two-bank footbridge on foot that connects Strasbourg to the German city of Kehl.

You don’t have to be a genius to know that this city is a bit special, because it brings together an extraordinary culture and architecture, it’s a mix between Germany and France!

Now, here are the top 5 good reasons to visit the city of Strasbourg:

Why visit Strasbourg?

The Christmas market and the fair:

The Strasbourg fair is a bit special, it is an event that takes place every year and which brings together nearly 1,200 exhibitors, from various sectors.

Well-being, cooking, art, fashion, the garden, DIY, sewing, home equipment and decorations, collectibles, antiques and even toys, in short, there is something for everyone, large and also small!

What makes this event a bit special is not the sheer number of participants, nor the extraordinary number of visitors, but rather the concept of this fair!

Yes, because each year, a country is put forward by being a guest of honor and presents its new products, products and specialties!

The Christmas market is an unmissable and world-renowned event that offers many activities and festivities. Did you know that it has been around for 5 centuries now?

The historic center of Strasbourg:

The historic center of Strasbourg is also called the “Grande Île” and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. The best way to discover the historic center is to get lost in the maze of alleys, by day. at night, and don’t hesitate to look up to admire the beauty of the half-timbered houses.

Among the favorites: the district of Petite France, with its bucolic quays, its bridges, the Vauban dam, the rue du Bain-aux-Plantes and the place Benjamin Zix. Afterwards, if you prefer the Haussmannian style, go to the Neustadt district.

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What to visit in Strasbourg? My must-haves – Travel Me Happy – Travel blog

) [summary] => The holidays are fast approaching, and if you are here, it is undoubtedly because you are looking for an idea of ​​destination for your holidays! Good thing because today we are going to tell you about one of the most popular and most loved destinations by holidaymakers, it is the city of Strasbourg! If you ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The holidays are fast approaching, and if you are here, it is undoubtedly because you are looking for an idea of ​​destination for your holidays!

Good thing because today we are going to tell you about one of the most popular and most loved destinations by holidaymakers, it is the city of Strasbourg!

If you are wondering about this city and what to visit in Strasbourg, you’ve come to the right place!

Through this little guide, we are going to tell you about the city of Strasbourg, what to do during your stay but above all, the places to visit at all costs as well as the activities not to be missed!

Are you ready to discover the city of Strasbourg from a new perspective?

Ladies and gentlemen, let’s go!

1048420

For those who come from far away or have not always attended history and geography lessons, here is a quick overview of the city of Strasbourg! Strasbourg is a French city, it is the capital of the region called Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine, also nicknamed Grand Est. To be clearer and more precise, the city of Strasbourg is located in the North-East of France.

Did you know ?

The city of Strasbourg is also located near the border with Germany. Moreover, for your information, you can cross the Rhine by taking the two-bank footbridge on foot that connects Strasbourg to the German city of Kehl.

You don’t have to be a genius to know that this city is a bit special, because it brings together an extraordinary culture and architecture, it’s a mix between Germany and France!

Now, here are the top 5 good reasons to visit the city of Strasbourg:

Why visit Strasbourg?

The Christmas market and the fair:

The Strasbourg fair is a bit special, it is an event that takes place every year and which brings together nearly 1,200 exhibitors, from various sectors.

Well-being, cooking, art, fashion, the garden, DIY, sewing, home equipment and decorations, collectibles, antiques and even toys, in short, there is something for everyone, large and also small!

What makes this event a bit special is not the sheer number of participants, nor the extraordinary number of visitors, but rather the concept of this fair!

Yes, because each year, a country is put forward by being a guest of honor and presents its new products, products and specialties!

The Christmas market is an unmissable and world-renowned event that offers many activities and festivities. Did you know that it has been around for 5 centuries now?

The historic center of Strasbourg:

The historic center of Strasbourg is also called the “Grande Île” and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. The best way to discover the historic center is to get lost in the maze of alleys, by day. at night, and don’t hesitate to look up to admire the beauty of the half-timbered houses.

Among the favorites: the district of Petite France, with its bucolic quays, its bridges, the Vauban dam, the rue du Bain-aux-Plantes and the place Benjamin Zix. Afterwards, if you prefer the Haussmannian style, go to the Neustadt district.

We wish to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this amazing web content

What to visit in Strasbourg? My must-haves – Travel Me Happy – Travel blog

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