Jazz You Too

PCM is the next generation of computer RAM (random access memory): it will provide among other things ultra-high speed – it will allow us to check very quickly the very first recordings of our favourite musicians:

Brad Mehldau‘s first recording as leader was New York-Barcelona Crossing, Vol. 1/2.

Here is the first volumen of the double CD.

Brad Mehldau, Jordi Rossy, Mario Rossy, Perico Sambeat

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End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility


Organizations are continuously expanding their footprint regionally and globally, making the supply chain professional’s life challenging. This continuous change is tied to an organizations desire to explore low cost production centers and reduce overall costs by placing warehouses and assembling units closer to their customers in order to meet the demand of being faster to market. This activity has resulted in an increase of volume of cross border transactions which makes an organization’s international supply chain more complex.

In a complex global supply chain, organizations are required to work with various parties within and outside the organization in order to meet the customer demands, and yet reduce costs. Having end-to-end Supply Chain Visibility becomes imperative for an organization’s success in meeting these objectives.

The Strategic Road map for Supply Chain Visibility research conducted by Gartne describes the current state of maturity as it relates to visibility, as follows

“Most supply…

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Goodbye Traditional, Hello Indie (Part I)

Myths of the Mirror

I’ve begun the process of reclaiming my 6 traditionally published books and republishing them myself. I thought it might be useful to document my reasons, particularly for those writers dawdling at this fork in the publishing road, trying to decide which way to go.

I published through a small press, and I don’t want to give the impression that this was a bad deal or that the publisher did anything wrong. It was, in fact, a valuable learning experience, especially for a new author and one as clueless as I. A small press may be the perfect publishing solution for many authors, especially if the words “traditionally published” carry personal weight.

Before I dig in, it’s important to state that – with a few exceptions – this was my experience. It reflects my personality, expectations, and quirks. What worked for me might not work for you and visa-versa. In…

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Coming IN – A GLBT Tribute

Real Bold Truth

As a Believer this is the most difficult, complex and controversial article I have ever written. I’m actually a bit nervous as I own these words. What will they say? What will they think? What backlashing label will I receive? Should I even utter a word? Never-the-less, I am compelled for I know that these are some of the same sentiments those in the GLBT community face daily and more. So as brave as many of them have become, so shall I from a Christian perspective as I come to terms with what I have labeled as their process of “Coming In”.

I confess that I have viewed those in the GLBT realm rather harshly as a heterosexual female and Believer in the Gospel of Christ Jesus. My judgement as an imperfect being against another has been the true reflection of hypocrisy. For this I am truly remorseful. I vow…

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Chape Fitness

Thank you, Raina at Hope for this challenge. I strongly recommend you to follow her blog 🙂

Challenge rules:

1. Post three consecutive days.

2. You can pick one or three quotes per day.

3. Challenge three different bloggers per day.

Last but not least, another great character:


“I’m ex-player, ex-technical director, ex-coach, ex-manager, ex-honorary president. A nice list that once again shows that everything comes to an end”.

“If I wanted you to understand it, I would have explained it better”.

“Every disadvantage has its advantage”. Johan Cruyff

My nominees:

Too much Too soon

Dancing with Mosquitoes


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CHARLES LLOYD QUARTET || Jazz à Porquerolles

Jazz You Too

I believe it is a première for Charles Lloyd on this blog – it’s been forgotten, the more I see this video –  what a fabulous quartet – the least I understand it – he is one of my favourites! It isn’t hard to figure that out!

Charles Lloyd (sax,fl) Eric Harland (dr) Reuben Rogers (b) Jason Moran (p)
Tracks: Rabo de Nube; Sweet Georgia Bright; Booker’s Garden; Passin’ Through; Caroline No; Tagi

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