So with the Happy Turkey Day just right around the corner the person or persons we take our hat off to are the people who created the chair. So according to Wikipedia the chair got its origins in Egypt. The chair wasn’t sat in and commonly available for regular people until the 16th century. The chair was a sign of royalty. Only royal people and the exclusive or rich were allowed to sit in chairs. Really? Yes. Really. So I provided a link in this article that will give you more information about the history of chairs. But when you’re stuffing your face with turkey going gobble gobble (and not from the turkey) as your bottom sits and rests….thank all the men and women before you who contributed to that comfort that you enjoy today and probably take for granted. I just got a thought that would be so hilarious if we didn’t have the idea for a chair but we all had to stand at gatherings dinners and restaurants as we ate. That would be so hilarious. Well enjoy your day night or evening once again. Click the link to read more about the people who have contributed to society by building chairs.
In today’s session of people who have contributed to society……we discuss Seneca the Younger…as early dates put him on as the person who looked thru a glass filled with water and noticed that letters no matter how small could be magnified. It’s this magnification principle that eventually led to other creators coming up with and making eyeglasses. So some of you can’t read this type without glasses or contacts. Others that have had Lasik no longer need them. Well you can think the likes of Seneca and all the others after him who added to this concept and built on it. As a result of his discovery and telling others about it many people that would have been robbed from walking in the wrong area, swindled from not being able to read contracts, didn’t have these things happen. But on a lighter more positive note the same people have been able to fully enjoy the joys of life, seeing flowers bloom, seeing the sunset, seeing beauty in all it’s grandeur and physical form…some experiences can only be fully felt by experiencing them from all five senses. If you have ever been to a concert or a theater or really been into a movie that you like you can experience this. If you have ever been really happy or in LOVe and had a experience with your significant other that involves heavy breathing……LOL….you know what I’m talking about….I think it’s those memories and experiences that make life worth living and looking forward to…..so for all the creators, inventors, and entrepreneurs involved in the magnification of glasses, or eye glasses, or glass ware. Thank You. Click the links to learn more about Seneca the Younger and glasses.
So really getting into this Trap Style of EDM music. It has a lot of power and potential in it. Whether we realize it or not. So just added a mix that I liked online that had this style in it. Plus here’s a website that talks about Trap Style EDM music as well. Enjoy.
99. Ummet Ozcan 98. Solar Stone 97. Umek 96. Matt Darey 95. DJs From Mars 94. Diego Miranda 93. Mat Zo 92. Paul Oakenfold 91. Bl3nd 90. Stafford Brothers 89. Benny Benassi 88. Bob Sinclar 87. Tenashar 86. Da Tweekaz 85. Skazi 84. Tiddey 83. Wasted Penguinz 82. John O’Callaghan 81. Heatbeat 80. Cosmic Gate 79. Myon and Shane 54 78. Felguk 77. Martin Solveig 76. Richie Hawtin 75. Adaro 74. Dannic 73. Dillon Francis 72. D Block and S Te Fan 71. Blasterjaxx 70. Project 46 69. Quentin Mosimann 68. DJ Antoine 67. Mike Candys 66. Noisecontrollers 65. Tenishia 64. Diplo 63. Gunz For Hire 62. DJ Feel 61. Brennan Heart 60. Vicetone 59. Madeon 58. R3hab 57. Arty 56. Wildstylez 55. Tommy Trash 54. Eric Prydz 53. Infected Mushroom 52. Bingo Players 51. Gareth Emery 50. Zatox 49. Orjan Nielsen 48. Omnia 47. Bobina 46. Carl Cox 45. Coone 44. Krewella 43. Chuckie 42. Ferry Corsten 41. Porter Robinson 40. Martin Garrix 39. Sander Van Doorn 38. Steve Angello 37. Frontliner 36. Kaskade 35. Dada Life 34. Angerfist 33. ATB 32. Paul Van Dyk 31. Laidback Luke 30. Dyro 29. Fedde Le Grand 28. Andrew Rayel 27. Showtek 26. Swedish House Mafia 25. Knife Party 24. Zedd 23. Headhunterz 22. Daft Punk 21. Markus Schulz 20. Aly & Fila 19. Axwell 18. Sebastian Ingrosso 17. Above and Beyond 16. NERVO 15. Calvin Harris 14. W&W 13. Alesso 12. Deadmau5 11. Skrillex 10. Dash Berlin 09. Afrojack 08. Steve Aoki 07. Nicky Romero 06. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike 05. David Guetta 04. Tiesto 03. Avicii 02. Armin van Buuren 01. Hardwell
So listening to motivational videos like I always do, then I came across this video and it made me really think. The video talks about personal standards and the importance of achieving goals that need to be created. The speaker says that once you set a standard if you don’t take action once that standard is crossed you end up any where because your standard is set lower and lower and lower and lower till you have no standard and are happy to just brreeeeattthhhh. Check it. Until next time, Electramorhipism out.
Finished my 2nd short film, called, “Silly Sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of Hope. Hope you guys like it. it was a lot of fun to make. More to come but for now enjoying the moment. https://vimeo.com/ondemand/sillysharkeisha
So still tired last night from Djing for Jadah’s Graduation Party. This was the highest turn out for a graduation party that I’ve seen since I’ve been djing for these last 3 years. But fun was had by all. I messed up on some transitions as I was multi-tasking and needed to remind myself to refocus on the music. One new thing I learned. Play music and watch the dance floor, if there dancing then keep playing, if there not, change it, quick, fast, and in a hurry. Don’t be afraid to fail and stay on your toes. Near the end of the night the Dj Software failed but Life goes on, didn’t panic, used another method and all fun was had by all. As the youngsters say, “That party was turntup” Electramorhipism out.
Sometimes on our destination it can get scary. Things can get bumpy and seem out of place. There’s nothing like listening to motivational speakers who keep you focused on your objective. Thanks all folks. Les Brown is very inspiring and motivating speaker. Thanks for watching. Goodnight.