1. DIY Drum Trigger


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    It worked well...

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    • Quicktip #8 - Triggering Dynamics with XPresso


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      This time we show you how to trigger your Dynamics with an object by using XPresso Download trigger example scene: www.bit.ly/quicktip-08 For more interesting stuff visit our blog: fuchsundvogel.de/blog

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      • Madam Trigger Sneek Peek.mp4


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        "Two unsuspecting co-workers experience unintended consequences when their latest assignment goes awry in this darkly humorous film." A HenryQ Production Directed by Fabian Perez Release date TBD

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        • Sur La Table Sees Bluecore as Future of Email Marketing


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          Sur La Table leverages Bluecore triggered emails to create highly anticipated customer service

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          • evo Dominates with Bluecore Triggered Emails


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            Go behind the scenes to understand why evo leans on Bluecore to deliver the high-value emails that turn this marketing channel into a key customer service vehicle.

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            • Trigger


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              Early 2014 short film about a man who's lost his daughter, and everything in his life seems to bring back memories of her. Self - director, writer, editor, camera op.

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              • Interference


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                The concept of Interference, following its most modern point of view by David Deutsch. David Deutsc was born in Haifa, Israel. Studied Physics at Cambridge and Oxford Universities. After several years at the University of Texas at Austin, returned to Oxford, where now lives and works. Since 1999 had been a non-stipendiary Visiting Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford, where I am a founder member of the Centre for Quantum Computation at the Clarendon Laboratory.

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                • Playing Dirty - Gun Down


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                  "Forgiveness beats pulling the trigger. The life you save is your own." We pick up offence and resentment like a weapon to use on people, but that never solves anything or puts relationships back together. We have to trade it for another weapon that actually works....

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                  • Trigger


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                    • NSA Writer


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                      NSA writer is a Twitter profile that is posting phrases generated out of NSA trigger words. In George Orwell’s "1984", he wrote about a new form of language called “Newspeak” that will be adopted to prevent radical thinking: “the Newspeak vocabulary was tiny, and new ways of reducing it were constantly being devised. Newspeak, indeed, differed from most all other languages in that its vocabulary grew smaller instead of larger every year. Each reduction was a gain, since the smaller the area of choice, the smaller the temptation to take thought.” This system of language Orwell was speaking about can be compared to the ever-expanding spook word list that the NSA is using to conduct their surveillance. By recent reports, GCHQ and the NSA have identified 40,000 and 30,000 triggers respectively (A simple guide to GCHQ, 2013). Through a simple Google search I was able to find the databases of around 2,500 so-called “spook words” that were supposedly used in various programs. The first program was “Carnivore”, a US internal program for sorting and analysing online traffic and the second one was “Echelon”, a program used for intercepting overseas communications. It is impossible to know how accurate or updated the list really is, but after analysing multiple lists from multiple sources (The List Of Carnivore And Eschelon Keywords, NSA PRISM Keywords For Domestic Spying, Reddit, rense.com) there is a pattern of keywords that are appearing. Ranging from the obvious words such as “terrorism” and “package” to more bizarre terms such as “Fetish” and “Artichoke”. Included in the list there are also some of the more mundane we use on a daily basis, such as “Harvard”, “Face”, “Real”, “talent”, “clone”, “bank” and others. Each of these words, of course, bears a meaning that exists in a context beyond its semantic denotation. But this begs the question of whether it is possible that these analytic machines are capable of understanding the pragmatics, therefore actually “reading” the language that we are using?

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