Help Your Baby Talk: Introducing the Shared Communication Methold to Jump Start Language and Have a S

Help Your Baby Talk: Introducing the Shared Communication Methold to Jump Start Language and Have a S


Help Your Baby Talk includes:* 15 easy-to-follow strategies for having educational “conversations” with babies* A Month-by-Month Baby Development and Activity Guide for the first two years-more than 200 age-appropriate exercises, play songs, and games that grow in complexity to match the baby’s development* Advice on how to turn ordinary situations and parental tasks-like feedings and diaper changes-into fun learning opportunities* Watchlists-to help parents know what to expect from their baby at each stage
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Help Your Baby Talk: Introducing the Shared Communication Methold to Jump Start Language and Have A S

Help Your Baby Talk: Introducing the Shared Communication Methold to Jump Start Language and Have A S


Dr. Bob Owens teaches new parents how to interpret their child’s gurgles and coos-and the best ways to respond to build confidence in their babies. With illustrations and examples, he shares the proven techniques that have made him a leader in the field-enjoyable baby-parent "conversations" and games that lead to happier, brighter, more well-adjusted children. "Help Your Baby Talk" includes: a 15 easy-to-follow strategies for having educational "conversations" with babies a A Month-by-Month Baby Development and Activity Guide for the first two years-more than 200 age-appropriate exercises, play songs, and games that grow in complexity to match the baby’s development a Advice on how to turn ordinary situations and parental tasks-like feedings and diaper changes-into fun learning opportunities a Watchlists-to help parents know what to expect from their baby at each stage
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Help Your Baby Talk: Introducing The Shared Communication Methold To Jump Start Language And Have A S

Help Your Baby Talk: Introducing The Shared Communication Methold To Jump Start Language And Have A S


Help Your Baby Talk includes:* 15 easy-to-follow strategies for having educational conversations with babies* A Month-by-Month Baby Development and Activity Guide for the first two years-more than 200 age-appropriate exercises, play songs, and games that grow in complexity to match the baby''s development* Advice on how to turn ordinary situations and parental tasks-like feedings and diaper changes-into fun learning opportunities* Watchlists-to help parents know what to expect from their baby at each stage
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Happy Birthday for Shared Birthday Wine Bottle and Glasses Greeting Card

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Music, Performance, and the Realities of Film: Shared Concert Experiences in Screen Fiction

Music, Performance, and the Realities of Film: Shared Concert Experiences in Screen Fiction


This book examines the relationship between narrative film and reality, as seen through the lens of on-screen classical concert performance. By investigating these scenes, wherein the performance of music is foregrounded in the narrative, Winters uncovers how concert performance reflexively articulates music’s importance to the ontology of film. The book asserts that narrative film of a variety of aesthetic approaches and traditions is no mere copy of everyday reality, but constitutes its own filmic reality, and that the music heard in a film’s underscore plays an important role in distinguishing film reality from the everyday. As a result, concert scenes are examined as sites for provocative interactions between these two realities, in which real-world musicians appear in fictional narratives, and an audience s suspension of disbelief is problematised. In blurring the musical experiences of onscreen observers and participants, these concert scenes also allegorize music s role in creating a shared subjectivity between film audience and character, and prompt Winters to propose a radically new vision of music s role in narrative cinema wherein musical underscore becomes part of a shared audio-visual space that may be just as accessible to the characters as the music they encounter in scenes of concert performance.

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Seagate STCG3000100 3tb Central Shared Storage

Seagate STCG3000100 3tb Central Shared Storage


Get it together. Organize and back up all your content on one device and access it from anywhere. You can’t enjoy what you can’t find when your digital life is spread across multiple computers, hard drives and flash drives. With Seagate® Central shared storage, it’s simple to back up all your files, documents and media to one location on your network, and enjoy the convenience of a shared digital library that is compatible with both Macs and PCs. Access your music, movies and docs from computers, game consoles, Smart TVs and other connected devices throughout the home. If you own a Samsung Smart TV or Blu-ray Disc™ player with Smart Hub (2012 model or later), you can take advantage of the Seagate Media app to enjoy easy content browsing with your remote control. Enjoy your content where you want, when you want. After downloading the free Seagate Media app, you can view your content by type, size, even compatibility, regardless if it is a PDF, Word doc, music, photo or movie file. The Seagate Media app offers a full screen view that allows for quick and easy selection as well as a visually rich experience that is available for Android® and Apple® platforms as well as Amazon Kindle. You can even offload or back up your photos and personal videos from the Seagate Media app. Upload and download any of your files from most Web browsers-from anywhere-with the Central Remote Access Service. Technical Information Storage Capacity: 3 TB Platform Supported: Mac, PC Drive Performance Maximum External Data Transfer Rate: 60 MBps (480 Mbps) Network & Communication Ethernet Technology: Ethernet Interfaces/Ports Host Interface: USB 2.0 Network (RJ-45): Yes Physical Characteristics Color: Black Drive Type: External Height: 1.7″ Width: 5.7″ Depth: 8.5″ Weight (Approximate): 2.20 lb Miscellaneous Package Contents: Central Shared Storage Ethernet Cable Power Supply Quick Start Guide System Req

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The Style of Coworking: Contemporary Shared Workspaces

The Style of Coworking: Contemporary Shared Workspaces


This exploration of the innovative interior design of coworking spaces offers a unique look at a workplace revolution that’s sweeping the globe. Coworking is redefining the way we work. Around the world, people are collaborating to create a new kind of economy that supports community and innovation while preserving valuable resources. This illustrated survey of spaces dedicated to coworking features 30 of the most impressive office spaces around the world. Google Campus in London, The HUB’s global network of sites, and more off-the-radar examples such as Makeshift Society in San Francisco are just a few of the spaces profiled. Each is illustrated via a range of wide-angle and close-up photographs, offering readers page after page of inspiring ideas-from a repurposed shipping container to a beautiful cushion made from a vintage silk scarf. Whether you’re daydreaming from a 14th-floor cubicle or looking for ideas on how to launch your own start-up, this unique book will stir your imagination as it offers endless possibilities for coworking.

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SECRET Shared

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The hotly anticipated sequel to the erotic sensation S.E.C.R.E.T., where women’s sexual fantasies become reality  Still wounded from a recent heartbreak, Cassie Robichaud throws herself into service with S.E.C.R.E.T., the mysterious organization that changed her life last year by bringing her deepest sexual fantasies to life, one step at a time. Now, it’s Cassie’s turn to guide the group’s newest candidate, Dauphine Mason, recruiting men to execute a new set of fantasies. While it gets Cassie’s mind off Will, the man she truly loves, it also gives her the chance to help watch S.E.C.R.E.T. work its magic on someone new.  At thirty-one, Dauphine is the proprietor of a New Orleans vintage clothing store—the kind of buttoned-up career woman who has no idea how attractive she really is. In order to reignite her sexual flame and reawaken her dormant heart, she must leave behind her bitter past.  As both Cassie and Dauphine navigate the rocky path between their hearts and their passions, they discover what they truly want in life and in love. SECRET Shared is a liberating, passionate and sexually charged sequel to one of the hottest new series in erotica.

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Tim Vermeulen: Speaking to Shared Experience

Tim Vermeulen’s recent paintings — on view at the George Billis Gallery, New York through March 15th — are awkwardly confessional: just as the artist intends. Strong autobiographical, psychological and spiritual elements charge his seemingly modest paintings with considerable narrative power.

I recently interviewed Tim Vermeulen and learned more about his background, his imagery and his need to share his most personal experiences and impulses.

John Seed Interviews Tim Vermeulen

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Tim Vermeulen

Can you tell me a little bit about your early background? I understand that your father was a funeral director who kept a morgue in the basement of your home.

I was born the son of a mortician in Paterson, NJ. The behind-the-scenes aspects of the business were never hidden in any way from the children in the family, so I regularly watched people being embalmed and prepped for services. I have never figured out exactly what effect this daily experience of death has had on my psyche, but I imagine this was a great motivating force in my decision to become an artist.

I also come from a strict, Dutch Calvinist background with a theology that emphasized our “total depravity” (e.g., from Calvin’s Institutes: “I am compelled here to repeat once more: that whoever is utterly cast down and overwhelmed by the awareness of his calamity, poverty, nakedness, and disgrace has thus advanced farthest in knowledge of himself.”). Once, in a graduate school critique, I said that my work was about dealing with issues of life and death; one of my professors disagreed and said she thought it was more about redemption and damnation. I now see that my funeral home experience, while strange and sometimes frightening, has had nowhere near the powerful, daily, often deleterious effect that religious indoctrination has had on my essential nature.

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Tim Vermeulen, The Animal Realm, 2014, oil on panel, 18.5 x 16″

When did you first become interested in art and where did you study?

I was always very interested in art as a child, but in my junior and senior year of high school I had an art teacher who introduced me to art as a very serious pursuit, as far more than a mere cultural frill, and as a way to work through what he called “the basic plights of man.” I went on to receive a B.A. from Calvin College and an M.F.A. in Painting and Drawing from The University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana.

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Tim Vermeulen, December, Oil on Panel, 13×10”

What have your artistic influences been?

The primary influence has been 15th and 16th century Dutch painting (e.g., Jan VanEyck, Dirk Bouts, Pieter Bruegel). I especially like in early Dutch narrative painting what I have heard referred to as the “realism of particulars,” where certain objects, often of great symbolic weight, are rendered with incredible devotion while the painting as a whole lacks the rigorous underlying structure that was so essential to the Italians. So, the paintings often draw you in to a somewhat believable stage space but something is always askew and awkward.

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Tim Vermeulen, The Hell Realm, 2014, oil on panel, 18.5 x 16″

How does the theme of the true self versus the false self appear in your work? Can you tell me about a specific painting?

During a period where I underwent Jungian analysis I was introduced to this notion and the theme is most directly addressed in any of the many of my pieces that incorporate masks. For example, my most recent series of paintings is based on the six Buddhist Realms of Existence. In The Hell Realm I stand before a bathroom mirror with the mask of a demon obscuring most of my face. The mask represents this false self. In my understanding the true self creates this mask to protect itself from the vagaries of a cruel and uncaring world.

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Tim Vermeulen, Displaced, oil on panel, 14.5 x 12.5″

Is that you holding the two suitcases in the painting Displaced? Tell me about the image…

Yes, that is me in the piece. All of my work is autobiographical and most incorporates direct self-portraiture. In the past 12 years I have moved 7 times and I have almost never felt truly rooted anywhere. I have come to recognize that the feeling of uprootedness is about far more than just the physical house. In the painting I gaze at a damaged home. For Jung the house is often a representation of the ego, so the feeling of being uprooted can be anchored deep within a self that for me has dimensions that are psychological, physical (about coming to terms with the changing body), spiritual, and intellectual.

Can you briefly tell me the stories behind a few of the other paintings in your show?

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Tim Vermeulen, Vision Test, 10 X 12.5″, Oil on Panel, 2013

Vision Test: For most of my life my eyesight has been above average and I have never required any aides. In recent years I have succumbed to the inevitable weakening of my vision and I now require regular visits to the eye doctor. This painting incorporates the eye test but for me it becomes a piece about being an artist and the artists’ constant questioning of the meaningfulness, authenticity, and insightfulness of his/her “vision.” There can be an almost crushing subjectivity and freedom in art-making that probably plagues artists with more self-doubt than any other profession.

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Tim Vermeulen, Restoring, oil on panel, 8 x 11″

Restoring: Many of my paintings employ excruciating detail and very complex arrangements. In this piece I wanted to try something very pared down with a void-like background like one sees in many Baroque portraits. For me repairing the vase represents the process of trying to reintegrate a fractured and fragile personality.

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Tim Vermeulen, Stray, 19.5 X 15.5″, Oil on Panel, 2013

What are your interests outside of painting? I understand you are active in a dog rescue organization.

I have been very active with English bulldog rescue and bull terrier rescue in the last 7 years. We have had over 20 foster dogs and have adopted 3 ourselves. Dogs play a very prominent role in many of my paintings. They can be the classic symbol of fidelity or in some pieces they symbolize the aggressive nature that I both fear and jealously desire. I have also done a number of portraits of rescues and foster dogs to raise money for our organization.

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Tim Vermeulen, Marked, 7.5 X 9.5″, Oil on Panel, 2013

How do you hope people will respond to your current show at the Billis Gallery?

I hope that my paintings work on a couple different levels. There is a surface story that is easily read and accessible. Beneath the surface story is an autobiographical and psychological impulse. This can relate to childhood traumas, to dreams I have had, to my current life concerns, and to my experiences of and in the world. Though based in autobiography, I seek something that is universal, and I think of my own place in the work as a kind of everyman figure. The work is very personal but I want to make pieces that are more than just a visual diary. I hope they speak to a shared experience.

Tim Vermeulen
February 18th – March 15th
Gallery hours: 10am-6pm, Tuesday – Saturday
George Billis Gallery
521 W. 26th St
New York, NY 10001
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