Every day, salespeople with superior products and services lose business to their competitors because the presentation skills of their competitors are superior. Discover how you can gain an unfair advantage, as veteran speaker and speech coach Patricia Fripp gives you dozens of ideas for taking your presentations to the next level. You'll learn how to open, how to close, how to build credibility, how to use stories, how to handle adverse questions, how to be remembered, and several other valuable techniques that work. After this program, you'll be more prepared, more persuasive, and more powerful in front of any size audience.
Patricia Fripp has been a professional speaker for more than 30 years. She was the first female to become president of the 4,000 member National Speakers Association, and is recipient of the highly coveted speaking industry Hall of Fame Award. Meetings and Conventions magazine named her "One of the 10 most electrifying speakers in North America." Patricia conducts training programs and keynote speeches for Fortune 500 companies, national associations, and private corporations. In addition, she is a speech coach for executives and celebrity speakers. Not bad for a young woman who became a hairstylist at 15, and arrived in the US at age twenty with little money and no contacts.
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Who pops your popcorn? episode 31st.
On this show we talk about mastering business storytelling and Patricia Fripp gives you a great marketing tip, Nashlah will talk about Domize another great tool.
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David Sylvian & Robert Fripp -Damage
The video clip of my new song "WTC"! (Creative Commons License, music copyrighted by SUISA, Switzerland)
CPC License of the IUT of Annecy (FRANCE) promotional movie. (Creative Commons License)
A fake trailer about childs and parents relations. (Creative Commons License, music copyrighted by SUISA, Switzerland)
The video clip of the "Nano Music" track! (Creative Commons License, music copyrighted by SUISA, Switzerland)
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1st week of March 2008, I waded out from Fripp Island, South Carolina.
Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE, is a San Francisco and Las Vegas based Hall of Fame keynote speaker, executive speech coach, and sales... all presentation skills trainer. Meetings and Conventions magazine calls Patricia "one of the country's 10 most electrifying speakers." Her brother is the internationally-acclaimed guitarist Robert Fripp of King Crimson fame. Robert is also a great speaker. Contact Patricia at www.fripp.com, (415)753-655, pfrippix.netcom.com. ...
Catherine Wheel - alternative rock from Great Yarmouth, England. Rob Dickinson, Brian Futter, Dave Hawes, Neil Sims perform "Fripp" from their 1993 album "Chrome".
Official web site: http://www.myspace.com/robdickinson
October 5th, 1979, Burbank. Robert Fripp demonstration of his Frippertronics with a very sweet and warm improvisation.
King Crimson - Robert Fripp solos
Dr X was in San Jose during the quake. This video is compiled with photos from the USGS site and were taken by various USGS photographers. The music is from Robert Fripp and friends recorded live at a pub in England. Wild eh? Go to http://www.xtr3m3cast.net for more video and music...!
Origin Los Angeles, California, USA
Genre(s) Heavy metal Thrash metal Speed metal Hard rock
Years active 1981--present
Label(s) Warner Bros., Elektra, Vertigo, Megaforce, Sony (Japan)
and their affiliated licensees and distributors
acts Spastik Children, Megadeth, Echobrain, Exodus, Flotsam and Jetsam, Voivod, Leather Charm Website www.metallica.com
James Hetfield Lars Ulrich Kirk Hammett
Jason Newsted Cliff Burton Dave Mustaine
"Enter Sandman" is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica, appearing as both the opening track and the lead single from their eponymous 1991 album Metallica. The song was produced by Bob Rock, and the music was written by Kirk Hammett, Lars Ulrich, and James Hetfield. Hetfield also wrote the lyrics, which deal with nightmares.The song achieved gold status for more than 500,000 copies shipped in the US, in part due to the fact that the album in which it is featured sold over 15 million copies and helped propel Metallica to worldwide popularity. Acclaimed by critics, the song is featured in all of Metallica's live albums and DVDs released after 1991 and has been played live at award ceremonies and benefit concerts.
AC/DC Aerosmith Alice Cooper Black Sabbath
Black Widow Bloodrock Blue Cheer
Blue Öyster Cult Budgie Buffalo Cactus Cream Deep Purple Flower Travellin' Band Hawkwind Iron Butterfly Judas Priest Kiss
Jeff Beck Led Zeppelin Lucifer's Friend Montrose Mountain Pentagram Queen Rainbow
Rush Scorpions Sir Lord Baltimore UFO Steppenwolf The Stooges Thin Lizzy
Uriah Heep Van Halen Vanilla Fudge
Metallica Megadeth Slayer Anthrax Motorhead
Pantera Testament Helloween Sepultura
Celtic Frost Overkill Exodus King Diamond
Flotsam & Jetsam Merciful Fate Death Angel
Nuclear Assault Machine Head Annihilator
Kreator Voivod Suicidal Tendencies D.R.I.
Dark Angel Metal Church GWAR Artillery
Anacrusis Carnivore Destruction Scared Reich Cacophony Raven Sanctuary Anvil
Watchtower Devastation Corrosion Of Conformity Rage Whiplash Vio-lence Coroner
Forbidden Possessed Prong Hellhammer Hallow's Eve Believer Onslaught Meshuggah
Exciter Deadly Blessing Abbattoir Panic
Toxic Deliverence Sodom The Accused DirtyBlack Intruder Ultimatium Sabbat Ultimatum Realm Death Spirit Crusher
Powermad Allegiance Sacrifice Blessed Death
Accuser Outrage Helstar Blood Defiance Exhorder Baphomet Tankard Blind Illusion
Dyslesia Vendetta Nuclear Death Cryptic Slaughter Atrophy Hirax Laaz Rockit Bolt Thrower Avenger Forced Entry Dissection
Nausea Nevermore south park over logging The Mentors Piledriver
Mekong Delta Imperator Necronomicon Bitter End Vision of Disorder Bellodonna Solstice
Hartar Attack The Great Kat Black Sabbath
1. Jimi Hendrix* - Jimi Hendrix Experience
2. Eric Clapton - Yardbirds, Cream, Derek & The Dominos, Solo
3. Jimmy Page - Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, The Firm
4. Jeff Beck - Yardbirds, Jeff Beck Group, Solo
5. Eddie Van Halen - Van Halen
6. Stevie Ray Vaughan* - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
7. Joe Satriani - Solo
8. Ritchie Blackmore - Deep Purple, Rainbow, Blackmores Night
9. Steve Vai - David Lee Roth, Whitesnake, Solo
10. David Gilmour - Pink Floyd, Solo
11. John Petrucci - Dream Theater, Liquid Tension Experiment
12. Randy Rhoads* - Quiet Riot, Ozzy
13. Allan Holdsworth - Solo
14. Paul Gilbert - Mr. Big, Racer X, Solo
15. Yngwie Malmsteen - Rising Force, Solo
16. Phil Keaggy - Glass Harp, Solo
17. Jason Becker - Cacophony, David Lee Roth Band, Solo
18. John Mclaughlin- Mahavishnu Orchestra
19. Duane Allman* - Allman Brothers Band, Derek & the Dominos
20. Chuck Berry - Solo
21. Eric Johnson - Solo
22. Steve Howe - Yes, Solo
23. Neal Schon - Santana, Journey, Solo
24. Brian May - Queen
25. Gary Moore - Thin Lizzy, Colosseum II, Skid Row, Solo
26. Bo Diddley - Solo
27. Steve Morse - Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, Steve Morse Band, Solo
28. Carlos Santana - Santana
29. Tony Iommi - Black Sabbath
30. Buckethead - Solo, Praxis, Thanatopsis, The Deli Creeps, Cornbugs, GNR,
31. Mark Knopfler - Dire Straits, Solo
32. Marty Friedman - Cacophony, Megadeth, Solo
33. Nuno Bettencourt - Extreme, Mourning Widows
34. Shawn Lane* - Black Oak Arkansas, Willy, Solo
35. Kirk Hammett - Metallica
36. Uli Jon Roth - Scorpions, Solo
37. Terry Kath* - Chicago Transit Authority
38. Alex Lifeson - Rush
39. Frank Zappa* - Mothers of Invention, Solo
40. Rory Gallagher* - Solo
41. Dimebag Darrell* - Pantera
42. Peter Green - Fleetwood Mac, Solo
43. Robin Trower - Procal Harum, Solo
44. Slash - Guns N' Roses, Slash's Snakepit, Velvet Revolver
45. Mick Taylor - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Rolling Stones
46. Robert Fripp - King Crimson
47. Tom Morello - Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave
48. Michael Schenker - Scorpions, UFO, MSG, Contraband
49. Ry Cooder - Solo
50. Angus Young - AC/DC
"We are the children of Fritz Lang and Werner von Braun," reads the manifesto on the wall, shot in stark black and white by Martin Schäfer, as David Bowie sings 'Helden'. Co-produced by Wim Wenders and starring Lisa Kreuzer, Radio On wears its German influences so brazenly on its sleeve that it's almost a surprise to find its taciturn anti-hero Robert B heading in the opposite direction, towards Bristol. Wenders had to go to the US to make his own most famous road movie, Paris, Texas (W. Germany/France, 1984), but Chris Petit succeeded with Radio On in making a distinctive and culturally English road movie, a peculiar exception in a British cinema rarely given to following highways.
After the road, Radio On's real star is its soundtrack of late-70s oddities, from Wreckless Eric to Lene Lovich. The significance of contemporary popular music in defining a film can't be unfamiliar to anyone who went to the cinema in the 1990s, but unlike Trainspotting (d. Danny Boyle, 1996) or Pulp Fiction (US, 1994) the music in Radio On has an uneasy relationship with the diegesis. Songs work their way into the film's fabric, but only when the next cut ends sound as well as image are we reminded that the music was in the background all along, and someone was listening to it.
Like the music, everything in Radio On, from Baader-Meinhof graffiti to the branding on a lonely rural petrol station, carries the sense of having been put there deliberately. It's no accident either that Robert is a DJ by trade, but as a character he is a cipher: Petit concentrates instead on the English landscape, and Modernist architecture, viewed through a naturally cinematic car windscreen.
Rarely seen between its release in 1980 and recent reissue, Radio On has acquired the reputation of a film that diagnoses its moment: the bleakness and emotional autism of post-punk Britain before Thatcher. Seen again in the 21st century, its points of reference seem more eclectic. The robotic melodies of Kraftwerk, the manic pub funk of Ian Dury and the progressive electronica of Robert Fripp all belong to very different musical traditions. Correspondingly, Northern Ireland, the trivia of British rock history and the fallout of the 1960s sexual revolution are now considered part of quite separate historical narratives. For all Robert's lack of obvious emotional responses, Radio On remains his own intensely personal journey.