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E Waste Management
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Electronic products have made our life easy by saving time and being efficient. Now it has become difficult for us to function without electronic equipment. Most of our household work is done by using electronic appliances. Communication systems have revolutionized by way of mobile phones. Entertainment products like television and music system have added enjoyment to our life. Electronic products, which were once thought to be luxury, have presently become a need.

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Akatre
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The first book of visual identities, photographs, typefaces, books, films, posters, and installations by Akatre.The visual identities, installations, and editorial designs of French design agency Akatre are marked by bold swaths of color, elaborate photographic still lifes, and striking re-appropriations of everyday objects. Zero to Five is the first book to showcase Akartre’s distinctive and experimental visual creations, which cross fluidly between photography, graphic and web design, art, and typography.Founded in 2007 and comprising Julien Dhivert, Sébastien Riveron, and Valentin Abad, and now one of the most coveted studios in Paris, Akatre takes on projects that require an involved and all-encompassing design approach. Because Akatre does typography, layout, photography, and video themselves, their work requires strong personal and emotional involvement, thereby turning each project into a personal exploration and a part of the studio’s evolution.Much of Akatre’s designs are manifested as photographs of subject matter involving elaborate balancing acts, everyday objects exaggerated in multiplicity or left hovering in space, delicate bodily extensions, and the occasional wild animal. Color and geometry are tightly controlled, every detail is carefully considered.Zero to Five features both non-commissioned work and work designed for clients in art, culture, music, fashion, and luxury fields. Akatre’s past clients include Mains d'Œuvres, a multidisciplinary contemporary art venue, TU-Nantes, a cutting-edge performance space at the University of Nantes, Foundation Cartier, Cartier’s contemporary art center in Paris, and Para One & Tacteel, a French electronic music duo.

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Alive AG Moody Coup Elektronisch CD Co La
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Co La widmet sich der klanglichen Erforschung Sample-basierter elektronischer Musik. Aus dem Umfeld von Daniel Lopatin / Oneohtrix Point NevernnCo La widmet sich der klanglichen Erforschung Sample-basierter elektronischer Musik. Aus dem Umfeld von Daniel Lopatin / Oneohtrix Point Never / Software Records. Co La is the primary project of musician and producer Matt Papich, whose explorations of sample-based electronic music have culminated in Moody Coup. The emotional palette of Moody Coup, Papich s second album and first for Software Recording Co., is more complex than its exuberant predecessor Daydream Repeater (NNA Tapes 2011). Where that record's relentlessly bucolic tone drew from the saccharine core of reggae, exotica, and 60s girl groups, the bedrock of Moody Coup is elusive and abstract. The various genre coinages that have been tagged to Co La's music before - new exotica, Avant-luxury, furniture music, etc. - fail to accommodate the brainier obsessions behind Moody Coup's genesis. A new brand of alchemy occurs in the album, where cryptic sources are enhanced and embellished to a point of transcendence. Papich describes the working Co La method on Moody Coup as employing the hegemony of delete. He likes to be interrupted, and is fond of working in places where domestic concerns are on equal terms with studio practice. Much of Moody Coup was made in the kitchen of Papich s Baltimore home -- a place where he describes having the best interruptions. TRACKS: 1. Sukiyaki to Die For 2. Melter's Delight 3. Remarkable Features 4. Deaf Christian 5. Un 6. Suspicious (Sandman Fix) 7. Baby's Breath 8. Head in Hole in Space 9. Sympathy Flinch 10. Make it Slay (Barbershop Solo)

Anbieter: Dodax
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Orient Express Stop #13 -- Serbia
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Was it unlucky to make the 13th stop of the Orient Express -- Serbia? What or who killed two anthropology students there? Travel to this exotic Balkan location to find out. Atop the Petrovaradin Fortress overlooking the Danube River and the remains of an Orient Express bridge in Serbia, a man and a woman meet on Midsummer's Night. He is Dr. Novak Travis, an expert on virtual life. Born in Serbia, Novak lives in Canada, where he teaches at a university. Attracted by news that has triggered his research interest, Novak currently has a teaching engagement in the city of Novi Sad, lying just across the river. She is Dr. Anina Babich, an expert on holographic anthropology. Also with roots in this area, Anina lives in the U.S., teaching at Indiana University. She has come to Novi Sad to run a research project. Her goal is to create an electronic image of the Orient Express train for a rail museum in the US. Success with the project would strengthen her tenure portfolio. Anina and Novak meet at a spot from which one can see a spooky, dark mouth of a tunnel through which the luxury Orient Express train used to run until a bridge over the Danube was destroyed in World War II. Novak has been coming to that place for weeks, and the city gossip is that he's been waiting for waiting for the Orient Express. Some people think he is a lunatic; others call him just a 'crazy scientist.' That night when Anina and Novak meet, they both see the Orient Express, down to the detail of passengers in the dining car. After coming to the old country with high hopes, Anina experiences difficulties even before the launch of her project. To get a dig permit, Anina had to accept a deal imposed by a local official Petra Markov. Petra used to be a school mate, but has come a long way to wield political power in Serbia that has undergone dramatic changes after the collapse of country of Yugoslavia to which Serbia belonged before the 1990s. Petra pressed Anina to expand her research with a dig for old gold believed to buried somewhere within the maze of old tunnels under the Petrovaradin Fortress. She also is forced to take a young Ukrainian programmer Vladimir onto her project team. To add to the difficult start, an American student, member of Anina's team, is missing. Novak is implicated after telling a colleague about his nightly visions and drawing a picture resembling the missing student. Anina is not aware of this when she meets Novak. Novak's drawing ends up in hands of a young detective Aleksandra Katic, and she is appointed to lead an official investigation. As Novak finishes teaching a university class about virtual life, Aleksandra informs him the body of the missing student was found in the Orient Express tunnel. Novak is shocked, while Anina questions him. He explains how he's got to draw the picture after seeing clearly a face of a young man in one of his Orient Express visions. His story is senseless, but Aleksandra has to let him walk since evidence is scanty and barely circumstantial. Aleksandera informs Anina of her student's death. Anina's anxiety builds up and she reaches out to Novak. They start a romance, unaware that they already engaged in virtual sex via the virtual world called SecondLife, which both of them keep visiting to relieve stress. Anina and Novak dine together in restaurant on the Danube bank and talk about the local culture and geopolitics affecting the area. Other characters also enjoy food and drinks in Danube restaurants. Petra meets with a Russian tycoon Yegor Yavlinski, who questions her about the details of Anina's project. Petra assures Yegor that everything is under her control. Ukrainian programmer Vladimir meets with another team member Varvara Tomin. She is pretty, and Vladimir is attracted to her. Varvara feels the same way, although she cannot grasp why her friend is so worried with regard to the project. Research has been coming out pretty well. The body of another American student on Anina's team is found in the tunnel. Among the personal articles of the deceased, the police find a note implicating Novak. Before Aleksandra is able to act, Novak and Anina leave Novi Sad, heading to a music festival. They enjoy music played on traditional instruments and food prepared in a rustic way over the open

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 19.09.2020
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Orient Express Stop #13 -- Serbia
8,40 € *
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Was it unlucky to make the 13th stop of the Orient Express -- Serbia? What or who killed two anthropology students there? Travel to this exotic Balkan location to find out. Atop the Petrovaradin Fortress overlooking the Danube River and the remains of an Orient Express bridge in Serbia, a man and a woman meet on Midsummer's Night. He is Dr. Novak Travis, an expert on virtual life. Born in Serbia, Novak lives in Canada, where he teaches at a university. Attracted by news that has triggered his research interest, Novak currently has a teaching engagement in the city of Novi Sad, lying just across the river. She is Dr. Anina Babich, an expert on holographic anthropology. Also with roots in this area, Anina lives in the U.S., teaching at Indiana University. She has come to Novi Sad to run a research project. Her goal is to create an electronic image of the Orient Express train for a rail museum in the US. Success with the project would strengthen her tenure portfolio. Anina and Novak meet at a spot from which one can see a spooky, dark mouth of a tunnel through which the luxury Orient Express train used to run until a bridge over the Danube was destroyed in World War II. Novak has been coming to that place for weeks, and the city gossip is that he's been waiting for waiting for the Orient Express. Some people think he is a lunatic; others call him just a 'crazy scientist.' That night when Anina and Novak meet, they both see the Orient Express, down to the detail of passengers in the dining car. After coming to the old country with high hopes, Anina experiences difficulties even before the launch of her project. To get a dig permit, Anina had to accept a deal imposed by a local official Petra Markov. Petra used to be a school mate, but has come a long way to wield political power in Serbia that has undergone dramatic changes after the collapse of country of Yugoslavia to which Serbia belonged before the 1990s. Petra pressed Anina to expand her research with a dig for old gold believed to buried somewhere within the maze of old tunnels under the Petrovaradin Fortress. She also is forced to take a young Ukrainian programmer Vladimir onto her project team. To add to the difficult start, an American student, member of Anina's team, is missing. Novak is implicated after telling a colleague about his nightly visions and drawing a picture resembling the missing student. Anina is not aware of this when she meets Novak. Novak's drawing ends up in hands of a young detective Aleksandra Katic, and she is appointed to lead an official investigation. As Novak finishes teaching a university class about virtual life, Aleksandra informs him the body of the missing student was found in the Orient Express tunnel. Novak is shocked, while Anina questions him. He explains how he's got to draw the picture after seeing clearly a face of a young man in one of his Orient Express visions. His story is senseless, but Aleksandra has to let him walk since evidence is scanty and barely circumstantial. Aleksandera informs Anina of her student's death. Anina's anxiety builds up and she reaches out to Novak. They start a romance, unaware that they already engaged in virtual sex via the virtual world called SecondLife, which both of them keep visiting to relieve stress. Anina and Novak dine together in restaurant on the Danube bank and talk about the local culture and geopolitics affecting the area. Other characters also enjoy food and drinks in Danube restaurants. Petra meets with a Russian tycoon Yegor Yavlinski, who questions her about the details of Anina's project. Petra assures Yegor that everything is under her control. Ukrainian programmer Vladimir meets with another team member Varvara Tomin. She is pretty, and Vladimir is attracted to her. Varvara feels the same way, although she cannot grasp why her friend is so worried with regard to the project. Research has been coming out pretty well. The body of another American student on Anina's team is found in the tunnel. Among the personal articles of the deceased, the police find a note implicating Novak. Before Aleksandra is able to act, Novak and Anina leave Novi Sad, heading to a music festival. They enjoy music played on traditional instruments and food prepared in a rustic way over the open

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 19.09.2020
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