Saturday, 10. December 2016, Adelaide, Naomi Keyte + Band Video Clip Launch with Didirri

from 10. December 2016 - 20:30 till 23:30
AustraliaAdelaide232 Waymouth Street5000
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52 people attending
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We are more than a little bit excited to share with you our latest single, 'Limitless', along with our first ever video clip.

2016 has been jam packed with creating, recording and performing songs from our forthcoming album, 'Melalueca', and this show will be our last before taking a little break over summer.

with special guests Didirri

Saturday, 18. November 2017, Mullumbimby, Traditional Wooden Longbow Making

from 18. November 2017 - 10:00
till 23. November 2017 - 17:00
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Tapping into the wisdom of your ancestors
>> Awareness – Connection – Power <<

Traditional Wooden Longbow making with Lars Richter
(Yoga Teacher & Holistic Life Coach)

WS 1 == 18th/19thNovember (weekend)

Ws 2 == 22nd/23rd November (mid week)

The workshop offers much more than making a longbow. I will show you ways to reconnect, to ground with the Earth, to get in touch with your true self by exploring the art of making a longbow and learning the skills to use it. This can be a truly awakening experience and be life changing.

“Thanks for a great weekend with the longbow making workshop. I appreciated the mix of longbow expertise with the more meditative elements and advice that could be applied to other areas of life. To paraphrase: Don’t get too hung up on the final product without enjoying the journey. You need to enjoy the journey. If you don’t enjoy the journey, you’re missing the point. It was a relaxing time and I’m proud of the work I completed. I would definitely recommend the longbow workshop to others.” David

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Facilitator Lars Richter has been teaching longbow making and other traditional skills to both children and adults in Victoria and NSW, Australia for more than 2 years now and has helped many people make significant changes in their life.
Lars has been studying Yoga, Qi-Gong and similar energy work practices since 1996. He has been teaching Yoga and Meditation in Germany since 2001 and running workshops overseas since living in Australia. He holds a diploma in Transpersonal Counselling and has extensive knowledge and experience in wholesome living. Lars started his professional life as a surveying engineer and has explored and experienced many different professions. He is now offering his knowledge and experience through his business Narrative Yoga as a Life Coach.

Your learning:
You will come away from the workshop with the knowledge and skills to make your own longbow. You will learn how to make a bowstring that perfectly complements your own bow and understand the art of tillering, the process of carefully removing wood to cause the bows to bend in optimal will learn how to tiller their bows to precise measurements of draw length and draw weight depending on the archer. After the bow is functionally finished, it comes time to bring the bows to an aesthetically pleasing finish with fine sanding and oiling.

During the second day afternoon the bows are ready for students to take to the shooting range to learn how to shoot. You will get your introduction to the instinctive shooting method. A powerful tool you can also utilize in many daily life situations.

“Just wanted to thank you again for such an awesome bow making weekend the other weekend. I’ve taken my bow out shooting since and I’m still so impressed with her. It’s an awesome feeling to know that I’m shooting with something I created myself and could make again too.” Jessie

“The longbow workshop in Trentham a couple of weeks ago was the best! My son and I enjoyed bonding time in the company of a friendly group of likeminded souls. Best of all, we made something together that we will cherish and look after for a lifetime…reminiscent of the toys and tools of my own childhood. A bonus is the time my son spends daily (!) honing his newly discovered archery skills :) The longbow workshop was a beautiful and enduring experience for us both. Thanks Lars!”

The workshops is running for 2 days, 9:30am-4:30pm. TBC.
There is a 1hour lunch break about noon each day.
(Locations TBA after your booking)

What to Bring:
An adult if you’re under 12 years old (no extra charge for helpers), weather appropriate clothing, packed lunch and snacks, water bottle.
A saw horse, and a clamp.
... and any wood work tool you might think will help you (optional).

Cost: $330 (includes all materials and one arrow)
Early Bird: $300 (5 weeks before the event)

Places are limited!
Please secure your spot by transferring $100 deposit into the following account:
Lars Richter, BSB 242 200, Acc. no. 431159268

Please send an e-mail with the receipt/copy of your completed transfer to lars@ AND...

Please state the Workshop number 1 or 2) next to your name in the subject line. Thank you.

Lars is passionate about making these skills accessible to everyone with an interest, and in the practical application of these tools in our ‘day to day’ life. For example, a knife and boots have obvious applications in ‘day to day’ use, but a bow can be used not just as a sport or a tool to hunt for food, but as a discipline, meditation, or spiritual practice as in the popular 1930s book on zen buddhism, Zen in the Art of Archery. Our most celebrated quote is, “In the case of archery, the hitter and the hit are no longer two opposing objects, but are one reality.” It points to the experience others have since described as “flow” or being “in the zone”.

Narrative Yoga
PO Box 2101
Grovedale East Vic 3216
Book now or call Lars Richter: +61402322200, or email if you have any questions.

Wednesday, 18. January 2017, Chennai,India, International Journal on Natural Language Computing (IJNLC)

from 18. January 2017 - 8:00
till 20. January 2017 - 11:00
7 people attending
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International Journal on Natural Language Computing (IJNLC)

ISSN: 2278 - 1307 [Online]; 2319 - 4111 [Print].

Call for papers

Natural Language Processing is a programmed approach to analyze text that is based on both a set of theories and a set of technologies. This forum aims to bring together researchers who have designed and build software that will analyze, understand, and generate languages that humans use naturally to address computers.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

• Phonology, Morphology
• Chunking/Shallow Parsing

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• Parsing/Grammatical Formalisms
• Semantic Processing
• Lexical Semantics
• Ontology
• Linguistic Resources
• Statistical and Knowledge based methods
• POS tagging
• Discourse
• Paraphrasing/Entailment/Generation
• Machine Translation
• Information Retrieval
• Text Mining
• Information Extraction
• Question Answering
• Dialog Systems
• Spoken Language Processing
• Speech Recognition and Synthesis

Paper Submission

Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail: . Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline : December 10, 2016
Notification : January 10, 2017
Final Manuscript Due : January 18, 2017
Publication Date : Determined by the Editor-in-Chief

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