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Join Lego Shackleton on his crazy and sexy adventure in the antarctic!
15 Jan 2008
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Jeffrey Gold is an award-winning film composer. Winner of the 2006 Best of State Award for Original Music Composition, the Jury Choice Gold Medal for Excellence in the 2004 Park City Film Music Festival and Semi-Finalist in the 2004 Moondance International Film Festival filmscoring competition, Jeffrey Gold's works have premiered at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Centres in Cardiff, Wales and in Piccadilly, London, on television in the U.K., on PBS television, on radio and at international film festivals. Educated at Cambridge University, he is a lifetime member of the Cambridge Film and Television Society. In the United States, he has been a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) since 1999. In 2005 he was invited to participate in the 19th Annual Sundance Institute Independent Producers Conference and the 3rd Annual Sundance Institute Theatre Program/Johnny Mercer Foundation Master Class with composers and performers Melissa Manchester, Jimmy Webb, Michael Rupert, Margaret Whiting, and Charles Strouse. He has had masterclasses with film composer/orchestrator/arranger Conrad Pope (Star Wars episodes I-III, Munich, Memoirs of a Geisha), two-time Emmy award winning film composer/arranger Hummie Mann (Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Year of the Comet), award-winning film composer Douglas Romayne (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), award-winning film composer & Sundance Institute alumnus Vincent Gillioz, and award-winning film composer and guitar virtuoso Vince Lauria.
17 May 2010
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The latest data received with regards to the terrain of the Moon's south polar region have been used in order to make this short animation. This video will also show what future astronauts wannabes would see during a descent to the rim of Shackleton Crater. Enjoy! :)
22 Mar 2008
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Ulli Boegershausen and Sungha Jung playing Approaching Dark, comp. by Phil Shackleton at Ulli's house on April, 1st. 2009
3 Aug 2009
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Ernest Shackleton's Antarctic Explorations
21 Oct 2009
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Source: *******chirpstory****/li/91410 Linda Camp kestävän ryhmä Cheltenham vihreä ovien on yli 12 vuoden kokemus kiinteistömarkkinoilla. Täällä hän keskustelee, miten voit lämmittää kotisi energiansäästöön kaukana konsernin avoinna koteihin viikonloppuna kaupungin 22. kesäkuuta ja 23. Kuka haluaa ajatella keskuslämmitys, kun aurinko paistaa ja ovat riisuttu shortsit ja t-paita? Kukaan ei. Mutta kun kesä on ollut kylmä, korkea polttoaineen vuotinen todellisuutta, joka vähentää menoja painopisteeksi. Kysyin Robin Heffter Lämmitys suunnittelijoiden, Shackleton ja Wintle, päivittää minulle uutta Lämmitys tekniikka ja antaa minulle neuvoja siitä, säästää energiaa ja rahaa Lämmitys. Hän korosti, että muut menot ennen kaikkia pitäisi tarkastella niiden eristys. Tarkista, että olet tehnyt mitä voit varmistaa, että maksat tuottaa lämpö pysyy sisällä talosi. Puuttua vuotavat ikkunat, vetoinen ovet, aukot lattialaudat. Laita kansi että kirjeen läppä. Varmista, että parvi on päällä paras eristys, sinulla on varaa. Kun olet varmistanut, että voit myös eristetty mahdollisimman, tutkia, mitä sinulla jo on. Jos nykyinen järjestelmä toimii ja ei ole mitään suunnitelmia tai tarvetta päivittää sinun kattilan, vielä pääsitte kustannustehokkaammin tehokas parantamalla valvontaa olet lämpöä alueilla. Jos sinun kattila on vanha, kustannusten korvaamisesta on tiivistyvä kattilan maksetaan takaisin viiden vuoden kuluessa koska tehokkuus on paljon suurempi ja se tarvitsee vähemmän polttoainetta suorittamiseen. Useimmat ihmiset automaattisesti olettaa, tiivistyvä kattila on oltava yksi yhdistelmäkone, mutta se ei ole välttämättä. Ground source Lämmitys on toinen kestävän energiantuotannon, joka houkuttelee avustukset ja alennukset. Kun uusiutuvien valinta, korkeat kustannukset kaivaus nyt tekee se sopivin uusi rakentaa ominaisuus – jos digger sivusto- tai farm traktoreiden ja raskaan kaluston käytön helposti. Ilmainen power aurinko on houkutteleva ajatus, joka on johtanut leviämisen meidän katoille aurinkopaneelit. Mutta auringon lämpö veden Lämmitys eivät välttämättä sovi kaikkiin kotitalouksiin tai jokaisen kiinteistön. Olla kustannustehokas, paneelit olisi etelään päin, ja se on tarkoitettu melko suuri kotitalouksiin. Miksi ei jutella kotitaloudet, vihreä ovien avaaminen Cheltenham tänä viikonloppuna? Read More: *******www.fotolog****/ezrichmonmae/ *******syosset.patch****/groups/business-updates/p/the-avanti-group-news-reviews--irs-issues
23 Jun 2013
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On-orbit servicing presents new opportunities and capabilities for operating in space. It can breathe new life into aging space assets by providing more fuel for station keeping or by adding new equipment to enhance its capabilities. Once it is proven technically and deployed for use, it will surely affect the operational architecture of future systems. The panelists will discuss the near-term application of on-orbit servicing from different perspectives and how its use will evolve over time. Panel Members: Dennis Stone (moderator) - Manager of Program Integration, Commercial Crew & Cargo Program, NASA James Armor - Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, ATK Jim Keravala - COO, Shackleton Energy Company Benjamin Reed - Deputy Project Manager, NASA SSCO Dennis Wingo - President, Skycorp Filmed at the NewSpace 2013 Conference in San Jose, CA on Thursday, July 25, 2013.
6 Aug 2013
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Shackleton's set for the BBC Radio 1 showcase on the SonarLab stage
10 Nov 2009
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Shackleton presenta el producto revolucionario de estas navidades. Bienvenido al mundo del iJam. Shackleton introduces the revolutionary producto for this year's Xmas lists. Welcome to the world of iJam
18 Jul 2010
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Amy works entirely without a paintbrush. Watch the artist work at 800x speed, creating a new urban landscape painting, "Terraced City." — At only 25, Toronto-based artist Amy Shackleton has exhibited paintings in New York, London, Toronto, Montreal and Calgary. Shackleton's work was recently selected for purchase by the Colart Collection in Montreal. Shackleton received her BFA Honours Degree from York University. She paints full time from her new studio space in Toronto. *******www.amyshackleton**** *******www.elainefleckgallery**** Music: "Sometimes We Dance" by Siktransit *******www.siktransit****
4 Oct 2011
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End of an era
10 Jan 2009
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When their ship becomes entombed in an ice floe, Shackelton and his crew are forced to abandon ship. Trapped on thin ice, the men are left to survive the bitter cold of the frozen Southern Ocean.
7 Feb 2013
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On a perilous mission to rescue his men, ship captain Frank Worsley navigates a small lifeboat across eight hundred miles of the world's worst ocean.
7 Feb 2013
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When their ship becomes entombed in an ice floe, Shackelton and his crew are forced to abandon ship. Trapped on thin ice, the men are left to survive the bitter cold of the frozen Southern Ocean.
8 Mar 2013
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On a perilous mission to rescue his men, ship captain Frank Worsley navigates a small lifeboat across eight hundred miles of the world's worst ocean.
8 Mar 2013
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They were five Australians - executed in cold blood. Journalists who became known as the Balibo Five, shot down by Indonesian soldiers in East Timor in 1975. This was not a war. These five young men were excuted before Indonesia invaded East Timor. Transcript from 60 minuites. From what has been pieced together from witness reports and the 2007 NSW coroner's inquest, we now know that Channel 9 reporter Malcolm Rennie, Channel 7 cameraman Gary Cunningham and his colleague Greg Shackleton were gunned down inside the main room of this building. Gary's surviving brother and sister, Greig and Ann came with us as part of their long and continuing pursuit of justice and I admired them enormously as they confronted the scene of their brother's death. And because time does appear to have stood still in this village, it seems to make it somehow easier to re-live those final moments. Looking out on the street, it is not hard to imagine Channel 9 cameraman Brian Peters walking towards the gathered Indonesian special forces. Or the youngest of the group, sound recordist Tony Stewart trying to make a run for it out the back, only to be trapped and eventually stabbed to death. Can you imagine for example, a mass murder of 5 people in a suburban home in Brisbane or Melbourne where a coroner later names the killers and eyewitnesses confirm their role and yet the police bring nobody in? Sounds ludicrous doesn't it? Not for the Balibo 5. These murdered Australians have had their human rights cancelled with the stroke of a pen and the use of one word; politics. Despite all the evidence to the contrary, the Indonesian government stubbornly hold their line that these men were accidentally killed in crossfire. If it wasn't so serious it would be positively Python-esque. Their official mouthpiece in Jakarta told us we should move on for the sake of good relations as it was a 'long time ago'. Unfortunately for them, there is no statute of limitations on war crimes but then, successive Australian governments since Gough Whitlam have shown no zeal whatsoever in bringing the killers, to justice. Even the timing of the latest Federal police investigation reeks of political pragmatism. Despite having a full brief on the case delivered to the AFP in January last year, it took 18 months to begin a formal war crimes investigation and that just happened to get underway exactly one week after the national release of the movie 'Balibo'. It remains a national disgrace that there is no will to solve this shocking crime. But we've proved that, despite the passage of 34 years, there's still a way. If those in authority in Canberra are fair dinkum about justice, then finding those who are still alive, to tell the tale first hand, is not that hard. With the help of Jill Jolliffe - an excellent investigative author who wrote the original expose on this sordid tale; 'Cover-Up' - we tracked down a witness to the killings who was less than 3 metres away, in the doorway of the Chinese house when the shooting began. 'Alberto' was a young porter for the Indonesian military at the time, but bravely agreed to be filmed and go public in an effort to send a message to the Australian government and put those responsible behind bars. If dirt-poor but proud people like Alberto have the integrity to speak up, surely we are strong enough to push it all the way to Jakarta.
3 Dec 2009
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