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Learn French for Everyday Life: The Big Lessons...
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Do you want to learn French the fast, fun and easy way? Then this huge audiobook compilation is for you. Learn French for Everyday Life: The Big Lessons Collection for Beginners Audiobook is for people who want to finally speak and use real-life French.  You'll learn the must-know conversational phrases, questions, answers, social media phrases and how to talk about your everyday life in French. All words and phrases were hand-picked by our team of French teachers and experts. By the end of this audiobook compilation, you will be able to... Communicate in French on social media  Master common greetings  Have basic conversations with locals  Talk about your daily routine - from morning to night  Order food at restaurants  Ask for directions  And much more....  With this audiobook compilation, you get: Must-Know French Social Media Phrases, Top 400 Activities: Daily Routines in French, and 3-Minute French - 60 audio lessons and 4.5 hours in total. Plus, a 265-page eBook so you can read along and bonus conversation cheat sheets. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.  1. Language: English. Narrator: FrenchPod101.com. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/inno/001234/bk_inno_001234_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Learn French: The Ultimate Guide to Talking Onl...
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Want to learn French that's not taught in textbooks and schools? Then take your French to the next level with Learn French: The Ultimate Guide to Talking Online in French. Learn how to communicate on social media just like French natives do on a daily basis. With this Audiobook, you'll learn how to make comments, post your reactions and ask questions on social media. You'll learn everything from catching up and asking what your friends are up to down to wishing them a happy birthday and much, much more. With this audiobook, you get: 25 Lessons in Total 2+ Hours in Total An 83-page eBook so you can read along Each Lesson Contains: One Example of a Post Four Reactions and Comments English Translations Slowed Down Pronunciations A Preview of Lessons Inside: How to post about having dinner with friends How to post about going shopping How to post about music or videos How to post Christmas greeting And much more! PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: FrenchPod101.com. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/inno/001256/bk_inno_001256_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Writing on the Wall: Social Media: The First 2,...
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Papyrus rolls and Twitter have much in common, as each was their generation's signature means of "instant" communication. Indeed, as Tom Standage reveals in his scintillating new audiobook, social media is anything but a new phenomenon. From the papyrus letters that Roman statesmen used to exchange news across the Empire to the advent of hand-printed tracts of the Reformation to the pamphlets that spread propaganda during the American and French revolutions, Standage chronicles the increasingly sophisticated ways people shared information with each other, spontaneously and organically, down the centuries. With the rise of newspapers in the nineteenth century, then radio and television, "mass media" consolidated control of information in the hands of a few moguls. However, the Internet has brought information sharing full circle, and the spreading of news along social networks has reemerged in powerful new ways. A fresh, provocative exploration of social media over two millennia, Writing on the Wall reminds us how modern behavior echoes that of prior centuries - the Catholic Church, for example, faced similar dilemmas in deciding whether or how to respond to Martin Luther's attacks in the early sixteenth century to those that large institutions confront today in responding to public criticism on the Internet. Invoking the likes of Thomas Paine and Vinton Cerf, coinventor of the Internet, Standage explores themes that have long been debated: the tension between freedom of expression and censorship; whether social media trivializes, coarsens, or enhances public discourse; and its role in spurring innovation, enabling self-promotion, and fomenting revolution. As engaging as it is visionary, Writing on the Wall draws on history to cast new light on today's social media and encourages debate and discussion about how we'll communicate in the future. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Simon Vance. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/003328/bk_tant_003328_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Force Magnifier
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"What exactly does AI automate?" Betancourt begins with the obvious answer, 'human labor,' and ends with the nature of value created in capitalism. His analysis was written for a lecture at the Aspen Institute-Germany's Third Annual Berlin AI Conference, "Humanity Enabled: AI & the Great Economic Awakening" in March, 2020. The 'great decoupling' of labor from productivity and value suggests the potential for a post-labor economy, and the expansion of the 'society of leisure' formerly reserved for only the dominant social classes. This book concerns the social, cultural, and economic barriers to the development of a fairer, egalitarian, and more democratic society in terms of a broad, kaleidoscopic array of tendencies including the gamification of social activity by social credit, the role of marketing in popular media, the authoritarian usurpation of democracy in the smart city, and the proposal of universal basic income as a palliative for the replacement of human labor by machinery. Opposition to the emergence of the 'society of leisure' is not economic but cultural, a confluence of religious and social prohibitions on leisure that simultaneously devalue, demonize, and disenfranchise labor: this emergent conflict is the cultural significance of AI. About the author: Michael Betancourt is a critical theorist and research artist whose work is concerned with the cultural impacts of digital technology and capitalist ideology. He has written more than thirty books, including The Critique of Digital Capitalism, The Digital Agent versus Human Agency, The History of Motion Graphics, and Glitch Art in Theory and Practice. His writing has been translated into Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Persian, Portuguese, and Spanish. These publications complement his movies, which have been screened internationally in art fairs, film festivals, and museums.

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Force Magnifier
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"What exactly does AI automate?" Betancourt begins with the obvious answer, 'human labor,' and ends with the nature of value created in capitalism. His analysis was written for a lecture at the Aspen Institute-Germany's Third Annual Berlin AI Conference, "Humanity Enabled: AI & the Great Economic Awakening" in March, 2020. The 'great decoupling' of labor from productivity and value suggests the potential for a post-labor economy, and the expansion of the 'society of leisure' formerly reserved for only the dominant social classes. This book concerns the social, cultural, and economic barriers to the development of a fairer, egalitarian, and more democratic society in terms of a broad, kaleidoscopic array of tendencies including the gamification of social activity by social credit, the role of marketing in popular media, the authoritarian usurpation of democracy in the smart city, and the proposal of universal basic income as a palliative for the replacement of human labor by machinery. Opposition to the emergence of the 'society of leisure' is not economic but cultural, a confluence of religious and social prohibitions on leisure that simultaneously devalue, demonize, and disenfranchise labor: this emergent conflict is the cultural significance of AI. About the author: Michael Betancourt is a critical theorist and research artist whose work is concerned with the cultural impacts of digital technology and capitalist ideology. He has written more than thirty books, including The Critique of Digital Capitalism, The Digital Agent versus Human Agency, The History of Motion Graphics, and Glitch Art in Theory and Practice. His writing has been translated into Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Persian, Portuguese, and Spanish. These publications complement his movies, which have been screened internationally in art fairs, film festivals, and museums.

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Force Magnifier
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"What exactly does AI automate?" Betancourt begins with the obvious answer, 'human labor,' and ends with the nature of value created in capitalism. His analysis was written for a lecture at the Aspen Institute-Germany's Third Annual Berlin AI Conference, "Humanity Enabled: AI & the Great Economic Awakening" in March, 2020. The 'great decoupling' of labor from productivity and value suggests the potential for a post-labor economy, and the expansion of the 'society of leisure' formerly reserved for only the dominant social classes. This book concerns the social, cultural, and economic barriers to the development of a fairer, egalitarian, and more democratic society in terms of a broad, kaleidoscopic array of tendencies including the gamification of social activity by social credit, the role of marketing in popular media, the authoritarian usurpation of democracy in the smart city, and the proposal of universal basic income as a palliative for the replacement of human labor by machinery. Opposition to the emergence of the 'society of leisure' is not economic but cultural, a confluence of religious and social prohibitions on leisure that simultaneously devalue, demonize, and disenfranchise labor: this emergent conflict is the cultural significance of AI. About the author: Michael Betancourt is a critical theorist and research artist whose work is concerned with the cultural impacts of digital technology and capitalist ideology. He has written more than thirty books, including The Critique of Digital Capitalism, The Digital Agent versus Human Agency, The History of Motion Graphics, and Glitch Art in Theory and Practice. His writing has been translated into Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Persian, Portuguese, and Spanish. These publications complement his movies, which have been screened internationally in art fairs, film festivals, and museums.

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Force Magnifier
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"What exactly does AI automate?" Betancourt begins with the obvious answer, 'human labor,' and ends with the nature of value created in capitalism. His analysis was written for a lecture at the Aspen Institute-Germany's Third Annual Berlin AI Conference, "Humanity Enabled: AI & the Great Economic Awakening" in March, 2020. The 'great decoupling' of labor from productivity and value suggests the potential for a post-labor economy, and the expansion of the 'society of leisure' formerly reserved for only the dominant social classes. This book concerns the social, cultural, and economic barriers to the development of a fairer, egalitarian, and more democratic society in terms of a broad, kaleidoscopic array of tendencies including the gamification of social activity by social credit, the role of marketing in popular media, the authoritarian usurpation of democracy in the smart city, and the proposal of universal basic income as a palliative for the replacement of human labor by machinery. Opposition to the emergence of the 'society of leisure' is not economic but cultural, a confluence of religious and social prohibitions on leisure that simultaneously devalue, demonize, and disenfranchise labor: this emergent conflict is the cultural significance of AI. About the author: Michael Betancourt is a critical theorist and research artist whose work is concerned with the cultural impacts of digital technology and capitalist ideology. He has written more than thirty books, including The Critique of Digital Capitalism, The Digital Agent versus Human Agency, The History of Motion Graphics, and Glitch Art in Theory and Practice. His writing has been translated into Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Persian, Portuguese, and Spanish. These publications complement his movies, which have been screened internationally in art fairs, film festivals, and museums.

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Anxious Cinephilia (eBook, ePUB)
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The advent of new screening practices and viewing habits in the twenty-first century has spurred a public debate over what it means to be a "cinephile." In Anxious Cinephilia, Sarah Keller places these competing visions in historical and theoretical perspective, tracing how the love of movies intertwines with anxieties over the content and impermanence of cinematic images.Keller reframes the history of cinephilia from the earliest days of film through the French New Wave and into the streaming era, arguing that love and fear have shaped the cinematic experience from its earliest days. This anxious love for the cinema marks both institutional practices and personal experiences, from the curation of the moviegoing experience to the creation of community and identity through film festivals to posting on social media. Through a detailed analysis of films and film history, Keller examines how changes in cinema practice and spectatorship create anxiety even as they inspire nostalgia. Anxious Cinephilia offers a new theoretical approach to the relationship between spectator and cinema and reimagines the concept of cinephilia to embrace its diverse forms and its uncertain future.

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Anxious Cinephilia (eBook, ePUB)
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The advent of new screening practices and viewing habits in the twenty-first century has spurred a public debate over what it means to be a "cinephile." In Anxious Cinephilia, Sarah Keller places these competing visions in historical and theoretical perspective, tracing how the love of movies intertwines with anxieties over the content and impermanence of cinematic images.Keller reframes the history of cinephilia from the earliest days of film through the French New Wave and into the streaming era, arguing that love and fear have shaped the cinematic experience from its earliest days. This anxious love for the cinema marks both institutional practices and personal experiences, from the curation of the moviegoing experience to the creation of community and identity through film festivals to posting on social media. Through a detailed analysis of films and film history, Keller examines how changes in cinema practice and spectatorship create anxiety even as they inspire nostalgia. Anxious Cinephilia offers a new theoretical approach to the relationship between spectator and cinema and reimagines the concept of cinephilia to embrace its diverse forms and its uncertain future.

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