Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Monday, October 15, 2012
Hey again Bloggers or whoever could be reading this blagh. And on this day finds itself as Occupy Wall Street Day 395. And Occupy Wall Street, that NYC Protest for World Revolution is still moving fast. And even in the midst of Occupy Wall street and Occupy Together, I still find myself blogging about music, music and music and music, music, and more music events to be found in that city of New York. And so another music event is happening at The Stone, that nightclub to be found in the Lower East side or the East Village for real estate marketing purposes in New York City. And those events to be found on Facebook and beyond read something like as follows:
Welf Dorr Unit at The Stone
Big Band Mondays At The Stone There are 5 Mondays this October,and every one of them will feature a Big Band Ensemble directed by myself featuring a league of brilliant improv artists.....The rotation is subject to change, so please check the website www.thestonenyc.org for updates and for more information......open rehearsal @ 7:30 is FREE....$10 for the concert performance...10/1
7:30 and 9
NEW MUSIC OBSERVATORY AT THE STONE
On Ka’a Davis and his Famous Original Djuke Music Big Band
On Ka’a Davis (director, guitar, violin, electro) Andrew Lamb (tenor sax) Avram Fefer, Nick Gianni (saxes, bass flute) Nonoko Yoshida (alto sax) Valerie Kuehne (cello),Jessica Lurie (saxes, flute), Matt Cole (baritone sax) Welf Dorr (bass clarinet), RaDu ben Judah, Cavassa Nickens, Albey Balgochian (basses) Peter Barr, Dalius Naujo, Kenny Wollesen, Joe Hertenstein, Eric Eigner (drums/per.) , Evans Thompson (piano), Brandon Terzic (ngoni), ,
9:00—Performance TEN DOLLARS
Drawing inspiration from the outer realms and more into the squat politics of the East Village basement jam... a wild array of stylish zanies, freedom rings with poetry, polyrhythmic complexity and primal passions. Another world never imagined possible from the undying, ever growing counter culture crucible of downtown New York.".
And The Stone Rocks. Have a great big band music and more day.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
And Winter solstice is fast approaching on the morrow. I know because that Gregorian calendar and all of these winter solstice events that I am seeing advertised says so. And what does the solstice mean anyway as those sol letters seem as if they have something to do with the sun. And I heard someone say the other day that the days get one minute longer or shorter each day leading up to the winter or summer solstice or something. And I think December 21st could be the shortest day of the year I have heard. And it seems to be an astrological event also. And what does that internet bible dictionary Wikipedia have to say about this day, let's see... "A solstice is an astronomical event that happens twice each year, when the tilt of the Earth's axis is most inclined toward or away from the Sun, causing the Sun's apparent position in the sky to reach its northernmost or southernmost extreme. The name is derived from the Latin sol (sun) and sistere (to stand still), because at the solstices, the Sun stands still in declination; that is, the apparent movement of the Sun's path north or south comes to a stop before reversing direction. The term solstice can also be used in a broader sense, as the date (day) when this occurs. The solstices, together with the equinoxes, are connected with the seasons. In some cultures they are considered to start or separate the seasons while in others they fall in the middle."
And there will most likely be many of those balls, parties, ceremonies, parades, festivals, observations and other events to be found in that city of New York and beyond on that winter solstice day. Have a great winter celebration day.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Friday, October 5, 2012
RECENT ADDITIONS TO JOIN #GLOBALNOISE ON #O13 ARE:
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Kassel – Saarbrücken, Germany
Madrid, Sol, Spain
Alicante Toma la Plaza Alicante
New York City, NY, USA
HOW TO GET INVOLVED?
To find a globalNOISE action happening near you visit this page.
Or start your own globalNOISE! And keep connected with us. Visit this page for more information.
If you want to get involved with the planning group please sign up here.
Join us on our Mumble Meetings on Fridays at 3pm ET. Click here for more info.
We’re looking for experienced webmasters who can help us manage & improve the website. We plan to make a real-time map on #O13 as Madrid had on #25s www.voces25s.es
We plan to have a special version of the website to cover worldwide globalNOISE actions from 12.-20. Oct.
And there were a few videos posted here in this space that I didn't repost....
You can download the no-text version, where there’s a black space prepared to fill in local text in each country language here: http://www.mediafire.com/?113lozzf21q4vk1
There are loads of globalNOISE videos and fliers available on youtube and on our site. Please visit us at www.globalnoise.net
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER #GLOBALNOISE?
We are already thinking about what happens after globalNOISE…via22 made a proposal to protest on the 22nd of every month, starting in October – read more here: http://via22.org/
Be the noise!
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
I have heard that identity theft is the fastest growing crime on the internet. Now, with so many things moving on the internet, identity theft, hackers, and phishing are common issues online. And I am always reading those stories about people who get their email, bank or other accounts hacked on the internet and then have to regain their accounts and identity back somehow and sometimes costing themselves a lot of money in the process of doing so. And so How hack-friendly is your password? Well if you happen to be looking for some hacker protection, LifeLock can help you. They can help you avoid ID and credit card fraud with their different kinds of protection plans for credit monitoring, lost wallets and more. And you can find LifeLock on Twitter also. And according to those statistics, hackers seem to like households with $100,000 or more, smartphone users and social media users who click on those applications the most. And from what I have read, those hackers use some pretty fancy methods to hack those passwords. And so if you happen to be looking for some online banking, personal information and privacy protection, you can find it with just a website visit away.