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Ricardo Arjona: Mirá “Apnea”, su nuevo video junto a Sofía Zámolo Ricardo Arjona lanzó su nuevo video, “Apnea”, en el que participa la modelo y conductora argentina Sofía Zámolo. La filmación se realizó en las playas de Malibú y Matador en California. “Es uno de los videos más importantes que grabé en mi carrera”, aseguró el artista guatemalteco sobre “Apnea”, el primer corte de su nuevo CD “Viaje”, que saldrá a la venta el 29 de abril bajo su sello Metamorfosis. Con una duración de 7:02 minutos y un estilo de film hollywoodense, este nuevo clip arranca con la larga introducción del intérprete, quien va narrando detalles sobre el fin de una historia de amor. Arjona carga con un baúl lleno de recuerdos que tira al mar para poder olvidar a aquella mujer que hoy ya no forma más parte de su vida. “No consigo respirar, hago apnea desde el día en que no estás. Caigo hasta el fondo del mar, arañando la burbuja en que no estás. Imposible respirar, el oxígeno se fue de este lugar”, dice el estribillo del tema. El personaje de Sofía va siguiendo los rastros que va dejando el artista hasta llegar al mar. Es allí donde Ricardo cae, como una metáfora de que toda su vida se derrumba ante la ausencia de su gran amor. “Hay acontecimientos personales que me hicieron escribir esta canción. El texto, palabra por palabra, es producto de lo que ví y respiré estando cerca de sus protagonistas. La procesión de amor abandonado duró 3 años y algunos meses, algún día los contaré”, afirmó Ricardo sobre la historia de esta canción. “Lo cierto es que buscando la analogía a esta historia de abandono por culpa del recuerdo, no encontré en ningún lugar del diccionario una palabra que fuese más consecuente que Apnea. Con todo y su etimología y su raíz griega: negación a respirar fue la síntesis perfecta de esta trama de amor y ausencia que logra su propia reivindicación a través del abandono y de la rendición de los sentidos con tal de curar el suplicio de extrañar lo que nunca volverá", señaló el intérprete. Pueden ver el nuevo video de Ricardo Arjona clickeando aquí: http://youtu.be/NspeO7eK_CM #10Musica  #10MusicaLatino

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DOS VERDADES. Dos verdades: una cierta, la otra pre elaborada para engañar y auto engañarse. Bajo esta hipocresía el mundo tiene muchos años funcionado con una banda de países ladrones y asesinos cometiendo desafueros por doquier. Otro montón aun mayor de naciones, soportando el peso de las agresiones, pero divididos. Mirando como una a una, las pérfidas colonialistas asesinas de Europa y Norteamérica. Van de territorio en territorio masacrando, robando, hambreando y despojando a los pueblos incautos que creen que a ellos no les pasará igual que a las otras victimas de turno. Así se va: Fingiendo aceptar una absurda y estúpida justificación mediante la mentira y el engaño, para enterrar la cabeza e ignorar el daño, dolor, sufrimiento y desangramiento de los demás. Es el juego imbécil de los cobardes, que rinden pleitesía y adulación al bravucón, para poder evitar así que los vejen y humillen como al resto de los aduladores que cayeron en desgracia. No creo en inocentes a estas alturas: creo en culpables por acción u, omisión. En ambos casos las consecuencias son las mismas para los débiles y para los mediocres engañados. YA NO CREO EN LA INOCENCIA DEL PUEBLO NORTEAMERICANO. Son los aviones fabricados por sus trabajadores, las armas, los pilotos y los soldados de su pueblo los que cometen genocidios, masacres y despojos ¿Por qué no siguieron el ejemplo de Mohamed Aly (Cassius Clay) cuando con dignidad de raza se negó ir a matar inocentes en Vietnam? o como Malcolm x, que enfrentó al monstruo en sus entrañas. Se que hay unos pocos hombres y mujeres dignos haciendo la lucha contra el sionismo en USA. PERO ESO NO BASTA, NI EXONERA A LOS DEMÁS DE SU CRIMINAL RESPONSABILIDAD. Cada vez que una familia Norteamericana o latina residente en esa nación permite que un hijo suyo tome las armas para asesinar en otras naciones, a gente que ni conocen de su existencia. Tiene sobre si y su inconsciencia la sangre inocente derramada de niños, mujeres, ancianos. Es su culpa la degeneración por contaminación radiactiva del ADN de las victimas deformes que nacen por efecto de los misiles, proyectiles y agentes radiactivos lanzados contra esos pueblos, tan solo para saquearlos. El ser humano tiene por obligación natural asumir posiciones ante la vida. Sobre todo contra las injusticias. Todo aquel que la vea y la tolere, que no mueva un dedo aunque sea para censurarla. Tiene tanta culpa como el que la origina, el que la comete intelectual y físicamente. El pueblo norteamericano y el europeo, saben que sus gobiernos son asesinos y ladrones. Saben que mienten para justificar esas aberraciones inmorales. Y sin embargo los siguen eligiendo. Ellos están sometidos vergonzosamente por una comodidad cómplice, por un progreso criminal. Cada auto, cada refrigerador, cada televisor, cada programa, cada video juego, cada pantalón, camisa, falda, ropa interior, zapatos, etc. llevan impresos un sello sanguinario de muerte y dolor en alguna nación del mundo. Por cada bocado de alimento consumido en USA o Europa, hay uno o más campesinos, obreros, estudiantes asesinados en África, Asia, Suramérica. Cientos o miles de familias enlutadas. Miles de niños sin alimentos ni escuelas. Millones de seres sin hogar, sin agua, sin tierras, sin salud, sin alimentación. Cuando ocurra lo de España, Italia, Grecia, Portugal, Libia, Irak, Afganistán, Pakistán, etc. Esos pueblos avestruces, entenderán su error. Ojala y sea pronto, que sientan en carne propia lo que ellos han sostenido de manera cómplice contra otros pueblos. Ese mismo drama lo tendrán más temprano que tarde todos los que en la región Árabe o del medio oriente; avalan o se inmutan ante el genocidio cometido por los judíos que controlan el poder en USA e Israel y sus cómplices miserables europeos. En verdad que lo deseo con todo mi corazón. No tanto por malvado o por maldad, si no para que reaccionen ante el dolor y la desdicha ajena. Así mismo ruego a la vida, por que en los centros neurálgicos de USA, Europa e Israel pase lo mismo que pasó, y pasa en Libia, Irak, Siria, Colombia, el Chile de Pinochet, la Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia de la operación cóndor y sus dictadores, la Venezuela de la cuarta república, el México actual, la Honduras de Micheletti y Lobo, la Nicaragua de Somoza, la Guatemala de Ríos Montt, etc. La humanidad está enferma de hipocresía y cobardía. Por ser contrario a eso fue que Fidel, Chávez destacaron. Así Maduro sostiene la misma conducta y por eso está amenazado. Pero que gran honor y dignidad ser amenazados por los genocidas y sus cómplices. Afortunadamente habemos pueblos que somos excepciones. Lo digo sin vanidad ni Jactancia. Somos esos pueblos al igual que el pueblo Sirio, los que detentamos las banderas de la dignidad y la libertad. ¡Cuidado si Siria representa el aceleramiento del fin de un imperio y sus lacayo s¡ . Ariel Losada.

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Your-true-north: [David Kelley: How to build your creative confidence] “http://www.ted.com Is your school or workplace divided into “creatives” versus practical people? Yet surely, David Kelley suggests, creativity is not the domain of only a chosen few. Telling stories from his legendary design career and his own life, he offers ways to build the confidence to create… (From The Design Studio session at TED2012, guest-curated by Chee Pearlman and David Rockwell.) TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the “Sixth Sense” wearable tech, and “Lost” producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://ift.tt/maCRwI If you have questions or comments about this or other TED videos, please go to http://support.ted.com”
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7. Mass production desires to produce mass:

That statement seems obvious, yet it surprises us that schools are oriented around the notion of uniformity. Even though the workplace and civil society demand variety, the industrialized school system works to stamp it out.

The industrialized mass nature of school goes back to the very beginning, to the common school and the normal school and the idea of universal schooling. All of which were invented at precisely the same time we were perfecting mass production and interchangeable parts and then mass marketing.

Some quick background:

The common school (now called a public school) was a brand new concept, created shortly after the Civil War. “Common” because it was for everyone, for the kids of the farmer, the kids of the potter, and the kids of the local shopkeeper. Horace Mann is generally regarded as the father of the institution, but he didn’t have to fight nearly as hard as you would imagine—because industrialists were on his side. The two biggest challenges of a newly industrial economy were finding enough compliant workers and finding enough eager customers. The common school solved both problems.

The normal school (now called a teacher’s college) was developed to indoctrinate teachers into the system of the common school, ensuring that there would be a coherent approach to the processing of students. If this sounds parallel to the notion of factories producing items in bulk, of interchangeable parts, of the notion of measurement and quality, it’s not an accident.

The world has changed, of course. It has changed into a culture fueled by a market that knows how to mass-customize, to find the edges and the weird, and to cater to what the individual demands instead of insisting on conformity.

Mass customization of school isn’t easy. Do we have any choice, though? If mass production and mass markets are falling apart, we really don’t have the right to insist that the schools we designed for a different era will function well now.

Those who worry about the nature of schools face a few choices, but it’s clear that one of them is not business as usual. One option is smaller units within schools, less industrial in outlook, with each unit creating its own varieties of leaders and citizens. The other is an organization that understands that size can be an asset, but only if the organization values customization instead of fighting it.

The current structure, which seeks low-cost uniformity that meets minimum standards, is killing our economy, our culture, and us.

— Seth Godin, From Stop Stealing Dreams


Post on: 2014-11-05 16:30:59 GMT

30. The industrial age pervaded all of our culture:

There has been no bigger change in ten thousand years of recorded human history than the overwhelming transformation of society and commerce and health and civilization that was enabled (or caused) by industrialization.

We’re so surrounded by it that it seems normal and permanent and preordained, but we need to lay it out in stark relief to see how it has created the world we live in.

In just a few generations, society went from agrarian and distributed to corporatized and centralized. In order to overhaul the planet, a bunch of things had to work in concert:

Infrastructure changes, including paving the earth, laying pipe, building cities, wiring countries for communication, etc.

Government changes, which meant permitting corporations to engage with the king, to lobby, and to receive the benefits of infrastructure and policy investments. “Corporations are people, friend.”

Education changes, including universal literacy, an expectation of widespread commerce, and most of all, the practice of instilling the instinct to obey civil (as opposed to government) authority.

None of this could have happened if there had been widespread objections from individuals. It turns out, though, that it was relatively easy to enforce and then teach corporate and educational obedience. It turns out that industrializing the schooling of billions of people was a natural fit, a process that quickly turned into a virtuous cycle: obedient students were turned into obedient teachers, who were then able to create even more obedient students. We’re wired for this stuff.

The system churned out productivity and money from the start. This result encouraged all the parties involved to amplify what they were doing—more lobbying, more infrastructure, more obedience. It took only a hundred and fifty years, but the industrial age remade the entire population of the planet, from Detroit to Kibera.

The cornerstone of the entire process was how well the notion of obedience fit into the need for education. We needed educated workers, and teaching them to be obedient helped us educate them. And we needed obedient workers, and the work of educating them reinforced the desired behavior.

As the industrial age peters out, as the growth fades away, the challenge is this: training creative, independent, and innovative artists is new to us. We can’t use the old tools, because resorting to obedience to teach passion just isn’t going to work. Our instinct, the easy go-to tool of activating the amygdala, isn’t going to work this time.

— Seth Godin, From Stop Stealing Dreams


Post on: 2014-11-14 16:31:05 GMT

36. Instead of amplifying dreams, school destroys them:

Every day, beginning the first day and continuing until the last day, our teachers and our administrators and yes, most parents, seeking to do the right thing, end up doing the wrong one.

We mean well.

We let our kids down easy.

We tell ourselves that we are realistic.

We demand that students have a trade to fall back on, an assembly-line job available just in case the silly dreams don’t come true. And then, fearing heartbreak, we push them to bury the dream and focus on just the job.

The job with a boss and an office and air conditioning and a map of what to do next. A job with security and co-workers and instructions and deniability.

And when the job doesn’t come?

When all the dues are paid and for nothing?

Ouch.

— Seth Godin, From Stop Stealing Dreams


Post on: 2014-11-20 16:31:05 GMT

35. Off the hook: Denying opportunities for greatness:

Greatness is frightening. With it comes responsibility.

If you can deny your talents, if you can conceal them from others or, even better, persuade yourself that they weren’t even given to you, you’re off the hook.

And being off the hook is a key element of the industrialized school’s promise. It lets parents off the hook, certainly, since the institution takes over the teaching. It lets teachers off the hook, since the curriculum is preordained and the results are tested. And it lets students off the hook, because the road is clearly marked and the map is handed to everyone.

If you stay on the path, do your college applications through the guidance office and your job hunting at the placement office, the future is not your fault.

That’s the refrain we hear often from frustrated job seekers, frustrated workers with stuck careers, and frustrated students in too much debt. “I did what they told me to do and now I’m stuck and it’s not my fault.”

What they’ve exchanged for that deniability is their dreams, their chance for greatness. To go off the path is to claim responsibility for what happens next.

Because the industrial education system makes it so clear when someone has stepped from the well-lit path, it highlights those who leave it, making it pretty easy to find those willing to speak up and connect and lead. They’re noticeable at first primarily for the fact that they refuse to be sheep.

Rebecca Chapman, literary editor of a new online journal called The New Inquiry, was quoted in the New York Times. “My whole life, I had been doing everything everybody told me. I went to the right school. I got really good grades. I got all the internships. Then, I couldn’t do anything.”

The only surprising thing about this statement is that some consider it surprising.

Rebecca trained to be competent, excelling at completing the tasks set in front of her. She spent more than sixteen years at the top of the system, at the best schools, with the best resources, doing what she was told to do.

Unfortunately, no one is willing to pay her to do tasks. Without a defined agenda, it’s difficult for her to find the gig she was trained for.

Too many competent workers, not enough tasks.

Peter Thiel made headlines when he offered to pay students not to attend college—to start something instead. The reason this program works, though, has nothing to do with avoiding college and everything to do with attracting those bold enough to put themselves on the hook. Education isn’t a problem until it serves as a buffer from the world and a refuge from the risk of failure.

— Seth Godin, From Stop Stealing Dreams


Post on: 2014-11-19 16:30:43 GMT



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