SHAKE STEW . RISE AND RISE AGAIN

Jazz You Too

Lukas Kranzelbinder – Double Bass, Electric Bass
Clemens Salesny – Alto & Tenor Saxophone
Mario Rom – Trumpet
Johannes Schleiermacher – Tenor Saxophone
Manuel Mayr – Double Bass, Electric Bass
Niki Dolp – Drums, Percussion
Mathias Koch – Drums, Percussion
Special Guest:
Shabaka Hutchings – Tenor Saxophone (Track 2 & 5)

SHAKE STEW . RISE AND RISE AGAIN

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Day 1947: Notice

Happy May Day to you

The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

I notice a lot.  For example, I notice that food advertisers (suppliers and restaurants)  often portray  animals they’re serving as very happy that they’re about to be eaten.  Did you ever notice that?

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What do you notice about that lobster?

I also notice certain words, like “notice.”

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I just noticed that I used the word “notice” in yesterday’s post.

I also notice that certain words stand out for me.  What word do you notice in this next photo?

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I noticed the word “paranoid” —  that’s why I took that photo. Maybe I noticed “paranoid” because

  • I’m a psychotherapist,
  • I’m capable of being paranoid (especially when I’m sleep deprived or very hungry), and
  • people who notice a lot might get more paranoid than people who don’t notice things.

I notice that I took only three photos yesterday.

I also notice that when people quit, it’s called “giving notice.” Notice that…

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Facebook announces way to “Clear History” of apps and sites you’ve clicked

Penney Vanderbilt and KC Jones: All About Railroads

TechCrunch

Today is a big day for Facebook . The company is hosting its F8 developer conference in San Jose today and just before the event is scheduled to start, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dropped a bit of news: the company will soon launch a new privacy feature that will allow users to see and delete the data Facebook has collected from websites and apps that use its ads and analytics tool.

With this, you can scrub at least some of your browsing history from Facebook’s data store. Zuckerberg likens this feature to deleting cookies from your browser history.

“Once we roll out this update, you’ll be able to see information about the apps and websites you’ve interacted with, and you’ll be able to clear this information from your account,” Zuckerberg explains. “You’ll even be able to turn off having this information stored with your account.”

Facebook notes that…

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