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PODCAST 152 A Bajan Defending Culture© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-0-5
01-06-2022
PODCAST 152 A Bajan Defending Culture© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-0-5
PODCAST 152 A Bajan Defending Culture© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-0-5 In this academic setting, although I have confirmed that I have a cognitive bias towards things culturalyet I have continued examining the intellectual and the arrangement of and relations between the elements of A Bajan Defending Culture© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-0-5 doctrine  conscientiously for confirming as opposed to disconfirming evidence concerning No, society Can Exist Without Preserving Culture”. Because of my thirty years as Media Arts Practitioner I humbly suggest that one of the ways that this event can be accomplished is to capture and frame a macro view of  several specific cultural theoretician theories and their literary works in explicit detail through my lens as an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster, and Publisher the purpose, the nature and the content of culture. ISBN 978-976-96893-1-2 was filmed by  William Anderson Gittens of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing ®2015Bridgetown BarbadosSpecial thanks to the Creator for his guidance and choosing me as a conduit to express the creative gifts he has given me and my late parents Charles and Ira Gittens.  Thanks to those who assisted me along this journey namely my Beloved wife Magnola Gittens, my Brothers Shurland, Charles, Ricardo, Arnott, Stephen, Sisters Emerald, Marcella, Cheryl, Cousins Joy Mayers, Kevin and Ernest Mayers, Donna Archer, Avis Dyer, Jackie Clarke, Uncles Clifford, Leonard Mayers, David Bruce, Collin Rock. My children Laron and Lisa.  Well-wishers Mr.and Mrs. Andrew Platizky, Mr. Matthew Sutton, Mr.& Mrs. Gordon Alleyne, Mr. Juan Arroyo, Mr. and Mrs. David Lavine, Mrs. Ellen Gordon, Dr.Nicholas Gordon, the late Dr.Joseph Drew, Merline Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Millington, Rev. Dr. Scofield Eversley and Rev. Dr. Margaret Eversley, Rev. & Mrs. Donavon Shoemaker, Rev. & Mrs. Clayton Springer, Ms. Geraldine Davis, Rev.Carl and Rev Angie Dixon, Mr. David Brathwaite,Mrs. Zenda Phillips,Mrs. Gloria Rock, Rev.Pauline Harewood, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Russell, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Felton Ince, Mr. and Mrs. David Brathwaite, Mr.and Mrs. Ryan Miller Mr.and Mrs. Neilo Mascoll, Rev. Zenda Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quintyne, Special mentioned is given to Dr. Joseph Drew was my advisor, mentor, and teacher during my academic tenure as a Media Arts Major at  New Jersey City University (NJCU).  The focus of our parting conversation was about me honing my writing skills after I had graduated and returned to Barbados. Between the period 1995 to 2022, I have discovered that the more that I practice this leisure pursuit profession it seemed to be infectious among other nuances. The other elements such as being passionate and prolific combined together with the Creator’s help, made me a productive writer to the extent that I have now published 284 E-publications.In light of the aforesaid, I have decided to dedicate my 66 Th publication “A Tribute to Culture” Vol 1 in memory of Dr. Joseph Drew.All of the above information contributed to my academic developmental journey.William Anderson GittensAuthor, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Doctoral Student,Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’  Editor-in-Chief  Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 License Cultural Practitioner, Publisher, Student of Film, CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015William  Anderson Gittens, Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015Support the show
PODCAST 152 A Bajan Defending Culture© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-0-5
01-06-2022
PODCAST 152 A Bajan Defending Culture© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-0-5
PODCAST 152 A Bajan Defending Culture© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-0-5 In this academic setting, although I have confirmed that I have a cognitive bias towards things culturalyet I have continued examining the intellectual and the arrangement of and relations between the elements of A Bajan Defending Culture© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-0-5 doctrine  conscientiously for confirming as opposed to disconfirming evidence concerning No, society Can Exist Without Preserving Culture”. Because of my thirty years as Media Arts Practitioner I humbly suggest that one of the ways that this event can be accomplished is to capture and frame a macro view of  several specific cultural theoretician theories and their literary works in explicit detail through my lens as an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster, and Publisher the purpose, the nature and the content of culture. ISBN 978-976-96893-1-2 was filmed by  William Anderson Gittens of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing ®2015Bridgetown BarbadosSpecial thanks to the Creator for his guidance and choosing me as a conduit to express the creative gifts he has given me and my late parents Charles and Ira Gittens.  Thanks to those who assisted me along this journey namely my Beloved wife Magnola Gittens, my Brothers Shurland, Charles, Ricardo, Arnott, Stephen, Sisters Emerald, Marcella, Cheryl, Cousins Joy Mayers, Kevin and Ernest Mayers, Donna Archer, Avis Dyer, Jackie Clarke, Uncles Clifford, Leonard Mayers, David Bruce, Collin Rock. My children Laron and Lisa.  Well-wishers Mr.and Mrs. Andrew Platizky, Mr. Matthew Sutton, Mr.& Mrs. Gordon Alleyne, Mr. Juan Arroyo, Mr. and Mrs. David Lavine, Mrs. Ellen Gordon, Dr.Nicholas Gordon, the late Dr.Joseph Drew, Merline Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Millington, Rev. Dr. Scofield Eversley and Rev. Dr. Margaret Eversley, Rev. & Mrs. Donavon Shoemaker, Rev. & Mrs. Clayton Springer, Ms. Geraldine Davis, Rev.Carl and Rev Angie Dixon, Mr. David Brathwaite,Mrs. Zenda Phillips,Mrs. Gloria Rock, Rev.Pauline Harewood, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Russell, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Felton Ince, Mr. and Mrs. David Brathwaite, Mr.and Mrs. Ryan Miller Mr.and Mrs. Neilo Mascoll, Rev. Zenda Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quintyne, Special mentioned is given to Dr. Joseph Drew was my advisor, mentor, and teacher during my academic tenure as a Media Arts Major at  New Jersey City University (NJCU).  The focus of our parting conversation was about me honing my writing skills after I had graduated and returned to Barbados. Between the period 1995 to 2022, I have discovered that the more that I practice this leisure pursuit profession it seemed to be infectious among other nuances. The other elements such as being passionate and prolific combined together with the Creator’s help, made me a productive writer to the extent that I have now published 284 E-publications.In light of the aforesaid, I have decided to dedicate my 66 Th publication “A Tribute to Culture” Vol 1 in memory of Dr. Joseph Drew.All of the above information contributed to my academic developmental journey.William Anderson GittensAuthor, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Doctoral Student,Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’  Editor-in-Chief  Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 License Cultural Practitioner, Publisher, Student of Film, CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015William  Anderson Gittens, Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015Support the show
A  Bajan Abstract © 2022ISBN978-976-96893-1-2 Podcast151
18-05-2022
A Bajan Abstract © 2022ISBN978-976-96893-1-2 Podcast151
A  Bajan Abstract© 2022 ISBN 978-976-96893-1-2  Podcast 151 is specifically written to attract reader's attention to how tone peeks the reader's interest . This abstract  is informative, descriptive, and is also a criticism.  When the preverbal dust is settled in a philosophic sense metaphorically A Bajan Abstract© 2022 ISBN978-976-96893-1-2 is an abstract and a pretext to showcase some aspects of Barbados’ cultural history, focussing on lighting, darkness, movement, rhythm,  depicting visual reality accurately, while at the same time employing the use of the various colours, forms, gestural marks and shapes  that create varying effects allowing global citizens  to see with their mind what they cannot see physically with their eyes.Podcast 151 A Bajan Abstract © 2022  ISBN 978-976-96893-1-2 was filmed by  William Anderson Gittens of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing ®2015Bridgetown BarbadosSpecial thanks to the Creator for his guidance and choosing me as a conduit to express the creative gifts he has given me and my late parents Charles and Ira Gittens.  Thanks to those who assisted me along this journey namely my Beloved wife Magnola Gittens, my Brothers Shurland, Charles, Ricardo, Arnott, Stephen, Sisters Emerald, Marcella, Cheryl, Cousins Joy Mayers, Kevin and Ernest Mayers, Donna Archer, Avis Dyer, Jackie Clarke, Uncles Clifford, Leonard Mayers, David Bruce, Collin Rock. My children Laron and Lisa.  Well-wishers Mr.and Mrs. Andrew Platizky, Mr. Matthew Sutton, Mr.& Mrs. Gordon Alleyne, Mr. Juan Arroyo, Mr. and Mrs. David Lavine, Mrs. Ellen Gordon, Dr.Nicholas Gordon, the late Dr.Joseph Drew, Merline Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Millington, Rev. Dr. Scofield Eversley and Rev. Dr. Margaret Eversley, Rev. & Mrs. Donavon Shoemaker, Rev. & Mrs. Clayton Springer, Ms. Geraldine Davis, Rev.Carl and Rev Angie Dixon, Mr. David Brathwaite,Mrs. Zenda Phillips,Mrs. Gloria Rock, Rev.Pauline Harewood, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Russell, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Felton Ince, Mr. and Mrs. David Brathwaite, Mr.and Mrs. Ryan Miller Mr.and Mrs. Neilo Mascoll, Rev. Zenda Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quintyne, Special mentioned is given to Dr. Joseph Drew was my advisor, mentor, and teacher during my academic tenure as a Media Arts Major at  New Jersey City University (NJCU).  The focus of our parting conversation was about me honing my writing skills after I had graduated and returned to Barbados. Between the period 1995 to 2022, I have discovered that the more that I practice this leisure pursuit profession it seemed to be infectious among other nuances. The other elements such as being passionate and prolific combined together with the Creator’s help, made me a productive writer to the extent that I have now published 284 E-publications.In light of the aforesaid, I have decided to dedicate my 66 Th publication “A Tribute to Culture” Vol 1 in memory of Dr. Joseph Drew.All of the above information contributed to my academic developmental journey.William Anderson GittensAuthor, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’  Editor-in-Chief  Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 License Cultural Practitioner, Publisher, Student of Film, CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015William  Anderson Gittens, Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015First Edition © 2022 All rights reserved.A Bajan Abstract comprises of Support the show
A Bajan Case Study © 2022  ISBN 978-976-96824-1-2. Podcast 150
17-04-2022
A Bajan Case Study © 2022 ISBN 978-976-96824-1-2. Podcast 150
According to National geographic.org In a time when the ocean is threatened by climate change and pollution, coastlines are eroding, and entire species of marine life are at risk of extinction and the physical, chemical, and biological features of the ocean, including the ocean’s ancient history, its current condition,  its future; protecting the planet, learning from it, and predicting what the future will bring has activated my cognition and cognitive skills to the extent that it also ignited my intellectual passions to proffer A Bajan Case Study. This thinking which exudes from my cognitive development has to do with how I think, explore and even figure things out. Hence my brain development is part of cognitive development. Consequently, I have logically assume that according to Merriam Webster online dictionary it is the development of knowledge, skills, problem solving and dispositions, which assisted me to think about and understand the world around me especially now that I have contextualised A Bajan Case Study  © 2022. This line of reasoning seeks to shed light on those reasons making them explicit as a result of my analysis of Pico Teneriffe  adjoining Cove Bay, and Little Bay which are captivating elements of nature. Bajan Landmarks are juxtaposed against the elements of nature including art  colour, form, hue, line, shape, space, and texture, tints, tones, scale, proportion, unity, variety, rhythm, mass, shape, space, balance, volume, perspective, and depth.  Pico Teneriffe  adjoining Cove Bay, and Little Bay  appears to be and or is as old as or even older than Methuselah since it acts as an  idiom and also implies that the same is as old as Methuselah and or comports itself as a simile, which is still an abstract  phrase that compares these Bajan landmarks  like the elements of art imputing that they are  extremely old. However, in the scheme of things  Pico Teneriffe  adjoining Cove Bay, and Little Bay metaphorically comport themselves as a harmonious ensemble for generations with colours complementing one another within the space of geology, ecology and oceanology. Now that I have established context in this ambience and the view advanced by sidmartinbio.org Barbados’ Coral Rock Formation is 70 meters thick and dates to the Pleistocene. Unlike neighbouring islands in the Lesser Antilles volcanic arc, Barbados is unusual because it is not a volcanic island (the only volcanic rocks are some ash beds from eruptions on neighbouring islands).  Moreover, according to every culture .com although The pear-shaped island consists of lowlands and terraced limestone plains.Contextually  speaking located in Barbados’ north east coast is Cove Bay.This Bay is a lovely picnic spot where the only sounds are of powerful waves pounding against high cliffs.Little Bay is a unique spot with interesting pools, breathtaking scenery and magnificent blowholes! and Pico Teneriffe,  a rocky cape which stands at an elevation of just over 300 feet. Pico Teneriffe adjoining Cove Bay, and Little Bay,   are Bajan natural geographic areas that includes according to landscapepartnership.org cultural and natural resources therein, which are tourist attractions, cultural and aesthetic values occupying the precincts of Barbados’ east coast.”In light of the aforesaid as an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster and Publisher since I am intrigued at Barbados’ natural geographic cultural landscape .Pico Teneriffe adjoining  Cove Bay, and Little Bay reveals that Barbados’ evolving relationships within the natural world seemingly provides abundant economic, ecological, social, and recreational opportunities. Because of the location of these cultural landmarks and historical sites geographically are areas which are associated with historical evolution, which gives way to a recognizableSupport the show (
A BAJAN EXPLORING © 2022 PODCAST 149 ISBN979--8-88627-585-8.mp3
02-04-2022
A BAJAN EXPLORING © 2022 PODCAST 149 ISBN979--8-88627-585-8.mp3
As a Media License Cultural practitioner  I am cognisant of the fact that since Cognitive development means how I think, explore and figure things out. In this environment it is logical to assume that it is the development of knowledge, skills, problem solving and dispositions, which assisted me to think about and understand the world around me. Hence my brain development is part of cognitive development. This view is espoused by that according to Merriam Webster online dictionary. Given this line of reasoning I proffer A Bajan Exploring. .My line of reasoning is predicated on the fact that I have some background in cinematography and photography and therefore  will be employ the same  as tools to analyse, investigate, study, explore to  seek evidence, and or data, especially the impact of culture within the context of A Bajan Exploring . For example, Humans can enjoy almost every aspect of flowering plants. Their fragrances and colours are stimulating to the senses, they produce abundant food from most every part, and many flowering plants even have medicinal properties. Flowering trees produce wood for crafting and building.Birds inform us about the rest of the natural world, but we value them for much more than this. Over the millennia, and across all cultures, birds have given human beings inspiration, imagery and companionship; nowadays, birdwatching is a major economic force in many places.Because of the close relationship between humans and other animals throughout history, all cultures have used animals to reflect the nature of humanity and to symbolize societal and individual human characteristics (Merrill, 1990). Certain trees mark the location for social gatherings and political meetings. ...Trees provide ingredients for a number of food dishes of cultural importance. Products from certain trees may also be highly symbolic.Trees that have attained a sacred status in their own right. Threatened trees and culture. The sea has been the main artery of cultural transformations throughout history. Listen to the story. The re-created HMS Bounty, which sank in Hurricane Sandy in 2012. Throughout history, the seas and oceans of the world have been essential for the exchange of goods, people, ideas and religion.The inclination of the Earth's rotation axis causes the position of sunset and sunrise to change every day. The maximum angular distance between two sunsets is the angle between two solstices. ... After that the angle increases according to the absolute value of the latitude until it causes the midnight Sun in polar areas. Humans can enjoy almost every aspect of flowering plants. Their fragrances and colours are stimulating to the senses, they produce abundant food from most every part, and many flowering plants even have medicinal properties. Flowering trees produce wood for crafting and building.Birds inform us about the rest of the natural world, but we value them for much more than this. Over the millennia, and across all cultures, birds have given human beings inspiration, imagery and companionship; nowadays, birdwatching is a major economic force in many places.Because of the close relationship between humans and other animals throughout history, all cultures have used animals to reflect the nature of humanity and to symbolize societal and individual human characteristics (Merrill, 1990). Human reactions to the sea are found in, for example, literature, art, poetry, film, theatre, and classical music, as well as in mythology and the psychotherapeutic interpretation of dreams. The importance of the sea to maritime nations is shown by the intrusions it makes into their culture; its inclusion in myth and legend; its mention in proverbs and folk song; the use of ships in votive offerings; the importance of ships and the sea in initiation ceremonies and in mortuaSupport the show (
Podcast 148  Bajanwaves © 2022  ISBN 978-976-96824-9-8
20-03-2022
Podcast 148 Bajanwaves © 2022 ISBN 978-976-96824-9-8
Podcast 148  Bajanwaves © 2022  ISBN 978-976-96824-9-8I am not an oceanographer, but was exposed to oceanography during my academic tenure as a sophomore in pursuance of a bachelors degree in Media Arts Major at New Jersey City University.  Theoretically,  I acquired knowledge in a wide range of topics, including marine life and ecosystems, ocean circulation, plate tectonics and the geology of the seafloor, and the chemical and physical properties of the ocean. This lived experience of enlightenment together with basic sciences in this ambience I have gained knowledge of this study coupled together with my cognition and cognitive skills now as an Author, Cinematographer, Media Art Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster and Publisher caused my skills to grow exponentially in the area of education and research.  On reflection this fascination, and lived experience  intertwined with my academic journey challenged me intellectually to proffer  Bajanwaves © 2022 in a book highlighting Characteristics, Amplitude, Period, Frequency, and Energy. It should be noted that within the context of linguistics this book Bajanwaves comports itself as a double entendres and a portmanteau can be applied interchangeably. The term wave is a slang and can be used to describe the latest trends.  Although this book Bajanwaves is a word and an expression yet it is capable of two interpretations. For example, this book Bajanwaves acts as  a portmanteau  in this text this word function is to blend the sounds and combine the meanings of the two others. This book Bajanwaves is part of  Bajan dialect which is one of the most prevalent attributes that connect the people of Barbados to their African and English heritage. The word 'Bajan' is derived from the word “Barbadian”. However due to stronger accents which once prevailed, the word sounded more like 'Barbajan' and eventually was shortened to Bajan. To add to this discourse according to Writing Explained in English, homophones are words that are pronounced the same way but do not mean the same thing. Many homophones are different parts of speech. Waive and wave can both be used as a verb, but only one can be used as a noun. In spoken English, we can use context to determine which word is being used, but these words become more confusing in writing, especially as verbs. All things being equal this construct wave can also connote  a nonverbal communication gesture that consists of the movement of the hand and/or entire arm that people commonly use to greet each other, but it can also be used to say goodbye, acknowledge another's presence, call for silence, or deny someone. The wave gesture is an essential element of human language. The term wave is a slang and can be used to describe the latest trends. a wave that is a nonverbal communication gesture that consists of the movement of the hand and/or entire arm that people commonly use to greet each other, but it can also be used to say goodbye, acknowledge another's presence, call for silence, or deny someone. Furthermore the wave gesture which is an essential element of human language. Podcast 148 Bajanwaves © 2022  SBN 978-976-96824-9-8was filmed on Location by  William Anderson Gittens of Devgro Media Arts Services®2015Bridgetown BarbadosSpecial thanks to the Creator for his guidance and choosing me as a conduit to express the creative gifts he has given me and my late parents Charles and Ira Gittens.  Thanks to those who assisted me along this journey namely my Beloved wife Magnola Gittens, my Brothers Shurland, Charles, Ricardo, Arnott, Stephen, Sisters Emerald, Marcella, Cheryl, Cousins Joy Mayers, Kevin and Ernest MayeSupport the show (
Podcast 146 Philosophizing The Sovereignty of Culture © 2022 ISBN 978-976-96824-2-9
28-02-2022
Podcast 146 Philosophizing The Sovereignty of Culture © 2022 ISBN 978-976-96824-2-9
Podcast 146 Philosophizing The Sovereignty of Culture © 2022 ISBN 978-976-96824-2-9was captured and framed in publication 278 and ventilated in 31 chapters in ISBN 978-976-96824-2-9As I was pondering what really is sovereignty?. Immediately I  conjoured the concepts inherent right and spirituality. I suppose my initial reaction to this intellectual question was influenced by culture since  I am a License Cultural Practitioner; and quiet rightly so because  my retort naturally is predicated onthe totality of socially transmitted behavior patterns, arts, beliefs, institutions, and all other products of human work and thought. According to yourdictionary.com culture is learned and shared within social groups and is transmitted by non genetic means. Equally, according to law.cornell.edu   “Blackstone  explains Sovereignty as a political concept that refers to dominant power or supreme authority. In a monarchy, supreme power resides in the "sovereign", or king.  The Sovereign is the one who exercises power without limitation. Sovereignty is essentially the power to make laws.” WORKS CITEDCulture Definitions | What does culture mean? | Best 44 Definitions of Culture (yourdictionary.com)Gittens,William  Anderson , Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 › Courses › Social Science Courses › articles › PMC4469614 the show (
Podcast 145 A Bajan Casting A Net Copyright 2022 ISBN978-976-96824-7-4.mp3
22-02-2022
Podcast 145 A Bajan Casting A Net Copyright 2022 ISBN978-976-96824-7-4.mp3
Podcast 145 A Bajan Casting A Net Copyright 2022 ISBN978-976-96824-7-4.mp3A fishing line is a cord used or made for angling. Fishing lines generally resemble a long, thin string, and vary in material. Important attributes of a fishing line include length, material, weight, and thickness. Other factors relevant to certain fishing environments include breaking strength, knot strength, UV resistance, castability, limpness, stretch, abrasion resistance, and visibility. Most modern lines are made from nylon, braided polymers, or silk. World Book Encyclopedia Volume 7. Field Enterprises Educational Corp. 1968.McNally, Bob (2 August 2019), How to Pick the Right Kind of Fishing Line, Outdoor World (published August 2, 2019)A fishing net is a net used for fishing. Nets are devices made from fibers woven in a grid-like structure. Some fishing nets are also called fish traps, for example fyke nets. Fishing nets are usually meshes formed by knotting a relatively thin thread. Early nets were woven from grasses, flaxes and other fibrous plant material. Later cotton was used. Modern nets are usually made of artificial polyamides like nylon, although nets of organic polyamides such as wool or silk thread were common until recently and are still used.WORKS  CITEDAuguet, Roland [1970] (1994). Cruelty and Civilization: The Roman GamesCast from the past: World's oldest fishing net sinkers found in South Korea". m.phys.org.Finnish conservationists worry about Saimaa ringed seal as fishing net ban ends". Eye On The ArcticGhost fishing' killing seabirds". BBC News. 28 June 2007. Retrieved 2008-04-01.Gilroy, Clinton G (1845) "The history of silk, cotton, linen, wool, and other fibrous substances: including observations on spinning, dyeing and weaving" pp. 455–464. Harper & Brothers, Harvard University.Gittens William AndersonAuthor, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’  Editor-in-Chief  License Cultural Practitioner, Publisher, Student of Film, CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015Haas, Heather, Erin LaCasella, Robin LeRoux, Henry Miliken, and Brett Hayward. "Characteristics of sea turtles incidentally captured in the U.S. Atlantic sea scallop dredge fishery." Fisheries Research 93.3 (2008): 289-295. Web. 15 Dec 2010. hmbbarbadosinfo    Image of fishing illustrated in a Roman mosaic Archived 2011-07-17 at the Wayback MachineIndreko R (1932) "Kiviaja võrgujäänuste leid Narvas" (Stone Age find of fishing net remnants), in Eesti Rahva Muuseumi Aastaraamat VII, Tartu, pp. 48–67 (in Estonian).Johnson WM and Lavigne DM (1999) Monk Seals in Antiquity[dead link] Fisheries, pp. 48–54. Netherlands Commission for International Nature Protection.Kriiska, Aivar (1996) "Stone age settlements in the lower reaches of the Narva River, north-eastern Estonia" Coastal Estonia: Recent Advances in Environmental and Cultural History. PACT 51. Rixensart. Pages 359–369.London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-10452-1Sasso, Christopher, and Sheryan Epperly. "Seasonal sea turtle mortality risk from forced submergence in bottom trawls." Fisheries Research 81.Support the show (
BajanAngles © 2022  ISBN 978-976-96824-6-7 Podcast 143
16-02-2022
BajanAngles © 2022 ISBN 978-976-96824-6-7 Podcast 143
BajanAngles © 2022  ISBN 978-976-96824-6-7 Podcast 143Although BajanAngles © 2022 appear to be  a linguistic expression, contextually speaking  it  comports itself like a Portmanteau because these two words blend together to make a new word and flavours the conversation in publication 258 and ventilated in this Podcast 143 in ISBN 978-976-96824-6-7. The same is also examined through the lens of an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster and Publisher. Podcast 143 BajanAngles © 2022  ISBN 978-976-96824-6-7was filmed by  William Anderson Gittens of Devgro Media Arts Services®2015Bridgetown BarbadosSpecial thanks to the Creator for his guidance and choosing me as a conduit to express the creative gifts he has given me and my late parents Charles and Ira Gittens.  Thanks to those who assisted me along this journey namely my Beloved wife Magnola Gittens, my Brothers Shurland, Charles, Ricardo, Arnott, Stephen, Sisters Emerald, Marcella, Cheryl, Cousins Joy Mayers, Kevin and Ernest Mayers, Donna Archer, Avis Dyer, Jackie Clarke, Uncles Clifford, Leonard Mayers, David Bruce, Collin Rock. My children Laron and Lisa.  Well-wishers Mr.and Mrs. Andrew Platizky, Mr. Matthew Sutton, Mr.& Mrs. Gordon Alleyne, Mr. Juan Arroyo, Mr. and Mrs. David Lavine, Mrs. Ellen Gordon, Dr.Nicholas Gordon, the late Dr.Joseph Drew, Merline Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Millington, Rev. Dr. Scofield Eversley and Rev. Dr. Margaret Eversley, Rev. & Mrs. Donavon Shoemaker, Rev. & Mrs. Clayton Springer, Ms. Geraldine Davis, Rev.Carl and Rev Angie Dixon, Mr. David Brathwaite,Mrs. Zenda Phillips,Mrs. Gloria Rock, Rev.Pauline Harewood, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Russell, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Felton Ince, Mr. and Mrs. David Brathwaite, Mr.and Mrs. Ryan Miller Mr.and Mrs. Neilo Mascoll, Rev. Zenda Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quintyne, Special mentioned is given to Dr. Joseph Drew was my advisor, mentor, and teacher during my academic tenure as a Media Arts Major at  New Jersey City University (NJCU).  The focus of our parting conversation was about me honing my writing skills after I had graduated and returned to Barbados. Between the period 1995 to 2022, I have discovered that the more that I practice this leisure pursuit profession it seemed to be infectious among other nuances. The other elements such as being passionate and prolific combined together with the Creator’s help, made me a productive writer to the extent that I have now published 258 E-publications.In light of the aforesaid, I have decided to dedicate my 66 Th publication “A Tribute to Culture” Vol 1 in memory of Dr. Joseph Drew.All of the above information contributed to my academic developmental journey.William Anderson   GittensAuthor, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’  Editor-in-Chief  Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 License Cultural Practitioner, Publisher, Student of Film, CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015William  Anderson Gittens, Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015First Edition © 2022 All rights reserved.WORKS CITED  Canon EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye Lens Review". The-Digital-Picture.com. Archived from the original on 7 August 2017. Retrieved 1 May 2018.  Gittens,William Anderson,Author, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts SpecialistsSupport the show (
“Technology Employed As A Strategic Management Tool"  Podcast 142 in ISBN 978-976-96824-5-0”
11-02-2022
“Technology Employed As A Strategic Management Tool" Podcast 142 in ISBN 978-976-96824-5-0”
“Technology Employed As A Strategic Management Tool"  Podcast 142 in ISBN 978-976-96824-5-0As an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner,Podcaster and Publisher, metaphorically I will be employing my macro lens for analysis as I capture and frame the topic “Technology Employed As A Strategic Management Tool this process allows me to be at my natural best to embrace and understand why technology is employed as a strategic management tool my passion and an appreciation for education and research is the reason why I decided to ask the question what really is Technology? The online Collins Dictionary defines “Technology” as “methods, systems and devices which are the result of scientific knowledge being used for practical purposes”.  This definition provides scope not only to understand what technology really is but to also understand what technology is good for. It is for the aforesaid reason that such an inquiry is now ensued since nothing will ever be able to describe how something is constructed or how it came into existence without having to specify what technology was used for in its construction. WORKS CITEDExodus 4:2 Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges (biblehub.com)  Gittens, William Anderson,Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher, Podcaster,CEO,Editor in Chief of Exodus 4 Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges (biblehub.com) › Scienceh › questions › star-trek-real-life-technology › VPN › blog › the-importance-of-sound › › › relationship-between-sound-im.. › uploads › 2020/09 the show (
Tribute To My Little Brother Rev.Stephen Andre Gittens was captured and framed in publication 255 and verbalised in Podcast 141 in ISBN978-976-96824-3-6
04-02-2022
Tribute To My Little Brother Rev.Stephen Andre Gittens was captured and framed in publication 255 and verbalised in Podcast 141 in ISBN978-976-96824-3-6
According to My eldest brother Shurland Anthony Mayers “My Little Brother Stephen Andre Gittens that’s what I called Stephen, and he would respond yes Doc. So much so that Laura asked him if I was a doctor). Stephen was a humble young man who didn’t seek the spotlight; he preferred to sit in the back ground. When I left Barbados, Stephen was 18 years old so I only heard about his sermons from relatives and friends who paid glowing tributes to him. Such as “we could do with him in the USA he would be great; I would listen to him all day; he must perform my marriage ceremony; when I die I want him to conduct my service.” I would convey these sentiments to him and he would give his famous chuckle and say behave yourself.Stephen loved sports dearly, especially cricket; and as a youngster he would spend all day playing cricket during summer vacation. Our mum would have great difficulty getting him to come inside to eat. I took Stephen to Kensington Oval to see Australia Vs the West Indies. He never forgot that occasion and would give me a ball by ball description of the events that occurred that day including how my co-workers from the Post Office and I reacted to the events of the day. Stephen loved to debate and would debate you on any subject, but make sure you have you facts before you start. Many nights when I am home for vacation Stephen, Arnott, William and I, would sometimes have lengthy and lively debates, on all types of topics. Sometimes Emerald would join us. Being the oldest brother I always felt it was my duty to protect my younger siblings. It’s ironic that when my siblings and I played church I was always the priest or pastor, but as life would have it, it was Stephen, My Little Brother, who grew up and became a pastor. I loved My Little Brother dearly, the way he lived his life was the perfect example of the way I had envisioned myself living. Over the years Stephen and I became very, very close, we would talk on the phone for hours at night. So much that Laura would always tease him by asking him if he had just finished his session. We had our last session on Thursday night it lasted more than 1 1⁄2 hours. This was a short session which ended with me saying to him “go take your rest, we will talk later, you sound tired, I love you, stay strong, stay safe. I was planning to call him on Saturday night. I sent him a text at 7:37 that night, but before I could call him he went home to see his King. Stephen was a very religious individual who served the Lord with pride, he practiced what he preached. He was a loving husband, father, brother, son, friend. He would go above and beyond to assist others never expecting anything in return. You could depend on him for sound advice and words of encouragement; for example, Stephen shared a story with me about an occasion when he was preaching in St. Phillip, after the service, he was introduced to a young man in the congregation, they chatted for a while, during the conversation Stephen encouraged him to be positive, to continue what he was doing and let God take control of his life because God had great thing in store for him. That young man was Carlos Braithwaite who later became very successful in his career as a cricketer. Stephen often said “if it’s the Lords will, it’s the Lords will” My Little Brother, as it was once said “The way you handle the world, is the most wonderful thing. Gentle is your criticism and kind is your laughter. We have heard horror stories of cruel brothers, so the fact that you are so good is a relief and a joy. We love you for everything you are. Although you are no longer with us physically, you loving memories will be with us forever. Take your rest My Little Brother we will see you on the other side.Support the show (
Podcast 140 When Photography Meets Culture© 2022.mp3
06-01-2022
Podcast 140 When Photography Meets Culture© 2022.mp3
Podcast 140 WHEN PHOTOGRAHY MEETS CULTURE © 2022 ISBN979-8-88525-295-9was filmed by  William Anderson Gittens of Devgro Media Arts Services®2015Bridgetown BarbadosSpecial thanks to the Creator for his guidance and choosing me as a conduit to express the creative gifts he has given me and my late parents Charles and Ira Gittens.  Thanks to those who assisted me along this journey namely my Beloved wife Magnola Gittens, my Brothers Shurland, Charles, Ricardo, Arnott, Stephen, Sisters Emerald, Marcella, Cheryl, Cousins Joy Mayers, Kevin and Ernest Mayers, Donna Archer, Avis Dyer, Jackie Clarke, Uncles Clifford, Leonard Mayers, David Bruce, Collin Rock. My children Laron and Lisa.  Well-wishers Mr.and Mrs. Andrew Platizky, Mr. Matthew Sutton, Mr.& Mrs. Gordon Alleyne, Mr. Juan Arroyo, Mr. and Mrs. David Lavine, Mrs. Ellen Gordon, Dr.Nicholas Gordon, the late Dr.Joseph Drew, Merline Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Millington, Rev. Dr. Scofield Eversley and Rev. Dr. Margaret Eversley, Rev. & Mrs. Donavon Shoemaker, Rev. & Mrs. Clayton Springer, Ms. Geraldine Davis, Rev.Carl and Rev Angie Dixon, Mr. David Brathwaite,Mrs. Zenda Phillips,Mrs. Gloria Rock, Rev.Pauline Harewood, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Russell, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Felton Ince, Mr. and Mrs. David Brathwaite, Mr.and Mrs. Ryan Miller Mr.and Mrs. Neilo Mascoll, Rev. Zenda Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quintyne, Special mentioned is given to Dr. Joseph Drew was my advisor, mentor, and teacher during my academic tenure as a Media Arts Major at  New Jersey City University (NJCU).  The focus of our parting conversation was about me honing my writing skills after I had graduated and returned to Barbados. Between the period 1995 to 2022, I have discovered that the more that I practice this leisure pursuit profession it seemed to be infectious among other nuances. The other elements such as being passionate and prolific combined together with the Creator’s help, made me a productive writer to the extent that I have now published 251E-publications.In light of the aforesaid, I have decided to dedicate my 66 Th publication “A Tribute to Culture” Vol 1 in memory of Dr. Joseph Drew.All of the above information contributed to my academic developmental journey.William Anderson   GittensAuthor, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’  Editor-in-Chief  Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 License Cultural Practitioner, Publisher, Student of Film, CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015William  Anderson Gittens, Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015First Edition © 2021 All rights reserved.WORKS CITEDCao, Longbing (2010). "In-depth Behaviour Understanding and Use: the Behaviour Informatics Approach". Information Science. 180 (17): 3067–3085. arXiv:2007.15516. doi:10.1016/j.ins.2010.03.025. S2CID 7400761.culturalevolutionsociety.org/story/What_is_Cultural_EvolutionElizabeth A. Minton, Lynn R. Khale (2014). Belief Systems, Religion, and Behavioral Economics. New York: Business Expert Press LLC. ISBN 978-1-60649-704-3.Gittens,William  Anderson Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 › culture-and-personality the show (
PODCAST  139 CAN CULTURE CHANGE BEHAVIOUR? © 2022. ISBN979-8-88525-346-8.mp3
04-01-2022
PODCAST 139 CAN CULTURE CHANGE BEHAVIOUR? © 2022. ISBN979-8-88525-346-8.mp3
Podcast 139 Can Culture Change Behaviour© 2022  ISBN979-8-88525-346-8.mp3Was filmed by  William Anderson Gittens of Devgro Media Arts Services®2015On Location Thorsby Bridgetown BarbadosSpecial thanks to the Creator for his guidance and choosing me as a conduit to express the creative gifts he has given me and my late parents Charles and Ira Gittens.  Thanks to those who assisted me along this journey namely my Beloved wife Magnola Gittens, my Brothers Shurland, Charles, Ricardo, Arnott, Stephen, Sisters Emerald, Marcella, Cheryl, Cousins Joy Mayers, Kevin and Ernest Mayers, Donna Archer, Avis Dyer, Jackie Clarke, Uncles Clifford, Leonard Mayers, David Bruce, Collin Rock. My children Laron and Lisa.  Well-wishers Mr.and Mrs. Andrew Platizky, Mr. Matthew Sutton, Mr.& Mrs. Gordon Alleyne, Mr. Juan Arroyo, Mr. and Mrs. David Lavine, Mrs. Ellen Gordon, Dr.Nicholas Gordon, the late Dr.Joseph Drew, Merline Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Millington, Rev. Dr. Scofield Eversley and Rev. Dr. Margaret Eversley, Rev. & Mrs. Donavon Shoemaker, Rev. & Mrs. Clayton Springer, Ms. Geraldine Davis, Rev.Carl and Rev Angie Dixon, Mr. David Brathwaite,Mrs. Zenda Phillips,Mrs. Gloria Rock, Rev.Pauline Harewood, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Russell, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Felton Ince, Mr. and Mrs. David Brathwaite, Mr.and Mrs. Ryan Miller Mr.and Mrs. Neilo Mascoll, Rev. Zenda Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quintyne, Special mentioned is given to Dr. Joseph Drew was my advisor, mentor, and teacher during my academic tenure as a Media Arts Major at  New Jersey City University (NJCU).  The focus of our parting conversation was about me honing my writing skills after I had graduated and returned to Barbados. Between the period 1995 to 2021, I have discovered that the more that I practice this leisure pursuit profession it seemed to be infectious among other nuances. The other elements such as being passionate and prolific combined together with the Creator’s help, made me a productive writer to the extent that I have now published 249E-publications.In light of the aforesaid, I have decided to dedicate my 66 Th publication “A Tribute to Culture” Vol 1 in memory of Dr. Joseph Drew.All of the above information contributed to my academic developmental journey.William Anderson   GittensAuthor, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’  Editor-in-Chief  Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 License Cultural Practitioner, Publisher, Student of Film, CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015William  Anderson Gittens, Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO Devgro Media Arts Services®2015,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015First Edition © 2021 All rights reserved.WORKS CITEDBarnhart, Robert K. (1995). The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology. Harper Collins. p. 487. ISBN 978-0-06-270084-1.blog.shoplc.com/moon-symbolism/Charon is larger with respect to Pluto, but Pluto is a dwarf planet.E.g.: Hall III, James A. (2016). Moons of the Solar System. Springer International. ISBN 978-3-319-20636-3.Gittens,William  Anderson,Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature: Planetary Nomenclature FAQ". USGS Astrogeology Research Program. Archived from the original on 27 May 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2020. greatdreams.com/moon/moon_worship.htmHorner, Jonti (18 July 2019). "How big is the Moon?". Archived from the original on 7 November 2020. Retrieved 15 November 2020. the show (
Podcast 138 The Abstract Lens of Culture c.2021 ISBN 979-8-88525-625-4.mp3
29-12-2021
Podcast 138 The Abstract Lens of Culture c.2021 ISBN 979-8-88525-625-4.mp3
From a literal perspective an abstract can be accepted as a short summary of published or unpublished research paper, usually about a paragraph. However at the end of the day existing in thought this ethos can be categorised as the total way of life of a people. Abstractly speaking since culture is made up of so many elements and some more obvious than others then to place the same close together furthermore side by side, especially with an arresting or surprising effect, or in a way that invites comparison or contrast. For example, just as the precincts of history are seemingly punctuated with Timelines. Contextually speaking then this cultural lens when use as a rhetorical device has the capacity to capture and frame a sequence of events between the periods 1966 to 2021 regarding the evolution of culture within Barbados’ historical space.  This expression was juxtaposed against the theory "the determination of the actual temporal sequence of past events".   What is important though as nouns the difference between evolution and change is that evolution is (general) gradual directional change especially one leading to a more advanced or complex form; growth; development while change is (countable) the process of becoming different.  This expression and thought   brings into focus the construct Chrysalis.  In this sphere it is noted that hipster illustrates, culture as always evolving and since the angle is the perceived size of an object depends on the size of the image projected onto the retina. And therefore the size of the image depends on the angle of vision. A near and a far object can therefore appear the same size if their edges produce the same angle of vision.  A case in point with an optical device such as glasses or binoculars, microscope and telescope the angle of vision can be widened so that the object appears larger, which is favorable for the resolving power of the eye (see visual angle) In the scheme of things I humbly suggest that the afore said reasoning reason implies that Culture consists of abstract ideas, values, and perceptions of the world that inform and are reflected in people’s behavior. Make no mistake Culture is shared by members of a society and produces behaviour that is intelligible to other members of that society. That said Cultures are learned rather than inherited and by the same token it can be interpreted as the different parts of a culture functioning as an integrated whole a view espoused by Andra Sanders. Therefore there is no doubt in my mind that Culture defined as the symbols, language, beliefs, values, and artifacts are part of any society draws our attention on two basic components namely-ideas and symbols while on the one hand and artifacts (material objects) on the other.  At this phase, it is essential that I introduce Lelie A.White’s perspective “Virtually all cultural anthropologist take it for granted ,no doubt that culture is the basic and central concept of their science. There is, however, a disturbing lack of agreement as to what they mean by this term. To some, culture is learned behavior. To others, it is not behavior at all, but an abstraction from behavior-whatever that is. Stone axes and pottery bowls are culture to some anthropologists, but no material object can be culture to others. Culture exists only in the mind, according to some; it consists of observable things and events in the external world to others. Some anthropologists think of culture as consisting of ideas, but they are divided upon the question of their locus: some say they are in the minds of the peoples studied, others hold that they are in the minds of ethnologists. We go on to “culture is a psychic defense mechanism,” “culture consists of tz different social signals correlated with m different responses,” “culture is a Rohrschach of a society,)’ and so on, to confusion and bewildermSupport the show (
PODCAST 137 WHEN THE MOON MEETS CULTURE A WAY OF LIFE COPYRIGHT2021ISBN 979-8-88525-624-7.mp3
24-12-2021
PODCAST 137 WHEN THE MOON MEETS CULTURE A WAY OF LIFE COPYRIGHT2021ISBN 979-8-88525-624-7.mp3
PODCAST 137 WHEN THE MOON MEETS CULTURE A WAY OF LIFE COPYRIGHT2021ISBN 979-8-88525-624-7.mp3Theoretically speaking my mental processes were activated because I wanted  to gain knowledge and comprehension regarding the pertinent question whether we need the moon? Given the specifics and relevance of this topic I will juxtapose the same  against Henry Little’s statement “for almost the entirety of man’s recorded 50,000- year history the moon has been unattainable provides scope for the reason why I am investigating the same so as ascertain how global citizens think and the processes involved. Now that I have established context at this juncture let me categorically state from the outset that I am not an astronomer but an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster and Publisher who has a keen interest in protecting and preserving the natural environment in nature and the world. In pursuance of research I unearthed the fact that  Guido Masé had captured and framed in detail the fact that  Life on earth would be quite different without our natural satellite. Most would agree that the daily rising and falling of the moon, along with the monthly waxing and waning cycles, have effects on our oceans and seas. The tides are crucial to life: tidal pools, sheltered and renewed in rhythm with these cycles, catalyzed some of the first stable ecologies and still represent unique niches. On the other hand in all plausibility all things being considered we might owe our very existence to it because its pull of gravity might have set our plate tectonics in motion. To further elucidate this point as I continue navigating this space I have discovered that the stark reality is that without plate tectonics, our planet might be more like Venus, toasty and dead. It raises the level of the world's oceans towards the equator.  in spite of this through the chronicle lens I have also gleaned that that historically speaking in this ambience the usual English proper name for Earth's natural satellite is simply the Moon, with a capital M. The noun moon is derived from Old English mōna, which (like all its Germanic cognates) stems from Proto-Germanic *mēnōn,which in turn comes from Proto-Indo-European *mēnsis "month" (from earlier *mēnōt, genitive *mēneses) which may be related to the verb "measure" (of time). Occasionally, the name Luna /ˈluːnə/ is used in scientific writingand especially in science fiction to distinguish the Earth's moon from others, while in poetry "Luna" has been used to denote personification of the Moon.WORKS CITEDBarnhart, Robert K. (1995). The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology. Harper Collins. p. 487. ISBN 978-0-06-270084-1.  blog.shoplc.com/moon-symbolism/  Charon is larger with respect to Pluto, but Pluto is a dwarf planet.  E.g.: Hall III, James A. (2016). Moons of the Solar System. Springer International. ISBN 978-3-319-20636-3. Gittens,William  Anderson,Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature: Planetary Nomenclature FAQ". USGS Astrogeology Research Program. Archived from the original on 27 May 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2020. greatdreams.com/moon/moon_worship.htm Horner, Jonti (18 July 2019). "How big is the Moon?". Archived from the original on 7 November 2020. Retrieved 15 November 2020.      the show (
Podcast 136 Light, Mood, Tones and Silent Witness of This Conversation A Way Of Life © 2021ISBN979-8-88525-732-9.mp3
17-12-2021
Podcast 136 Light, Mood, Tones and Silent Witness of This Conversation A Way Of Life © 2021ISBN979-8-88525-732-9.mp3
Podcast 136 Light, Mood, Tones and Silent Witness of This Conversation A Way Of Life © 2021ISBN979-8-88525-732-9.mp3In a way that is impossible to disentangle or separate’Light, Mood,Silent Witnesses, and  Tone which are the underpinning tenets of this discourse. The same  appears to be  inextricably linked.’ They are also interacting with the question Who are you more likely to listen to a scholarly lecturer giving a ponderous speech, and or a close friend animatedly telling a story? In the scheme of things it is highly plausible, that most us may prefer the person who talks more conversationally. In this conversation as an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster and Publisher, I became enthralled when I saw the statues namely Sir Garfield St Aubrun Sobers, AO, OCC and The Reverend Sir Wesley Winfield Hall,Kt.,GCM,HMB,LLD(Hons),JP occupying the precincts of Kensington Oval a stadium located on the outskirts of the capital city of BridgetownWilliam  Gittens, Anderson ,Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015WORKS CITEDbatting - Definition of batting in English by Oxford Dictionaries". Oxford Dictionaries - English. Retrieved 16 March 2019.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wes_HallFive cricketers of the century: Sir Garfield Sobers". Cricinfo. Retrieved 13 February 2021. Gittens,William  Anderson ,Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 › grip-for-fast-bowler › wiki › Cover_drive_(cricket) › wiki › Fast_bowling › wiki › Pads › wiki › Run-up_(cricket) › bitesize › guides › revision › browse › backlight › pd the show (
A Focal View  of Culture  A Way Of Life © 2021   ISBN 978-976-96768-8-6 PODCAST135
09-12-2021
A Focal View of Culture A Way Of Life © 2021 ISBN 978-976-96768-8-6 PODCAST135
A Focal View  OF Culture  A Way Of Life © 2021   ISBN 978-976-96768-8-6PODCAST 135Revision theory is a subfield of philosophical logic. It consists of a general theory of definitions, including (but not limited to) circular and interdependent concepts.  The aforesaid ethos creates the locale to introduce  the focal view of culture since its primary function in this conversation is to focus on the social behaviour and norms found in human societies, as well as the knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, customs, capabilities, and habits of the individuals in these groups. Overall Humans acquire culture through the learning processes of enculturation and socialization, which is shown by the diversity of cultures across societies. William  Anderson Gittens,Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015WORKS CITEDCameras: Understanding Field of View (FOV) and lenses | LOREX Support   (lorextechnology.com)  Cavalli-Sforza, L. L., & Feldman, M. (1981). Cultural transmission and evolution: A quantitative   approach. Princeton: Princeton University Press.Google Scholar  Culture Shapes Eye Movements for Visually ... - NCBI  Field Of View And Focal Length Explained (photographytalk.com)  Forbes, “The Metaverse is Coming And It’s very Big Deal”, Forbes, Jul 2020  Gittens,William AndersonAuthor, Cinematographer, Dip., Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts  Specialists’  Editor-in-Chief  License Cultural Practitioner, Publisher, Student of Film, CEO   Devgro Media Arts Services®2015  Global culture contents, Vol. 26, pp. 209~226, Feb 2017.  photo.stackexchange.com/questions/5917/what-is-angle-of-view-in-photography     reality technology”, Journal of the Korea Convergence Socity, Vol. 8, No. 5, pp. 137-143, May   2017.  Gupta and Belnap (1993)  Gupta and Belnap (1993, 277)  Gupta and Belnap (1993, 278)  Hee-Soo Choi, Sangheon Kim, “A research on Metaverse Content for History Education”,   Heritage Applications”, Recording, Modeling and Visualization of Cultural Heritage, 2006,    pp.419-430.    worldview.html     boundless/www.boundless.com/management/concepts/observable-culture-0-3921/index.html     boundless/www.boundless.com/subjects/index.html                › articles › PMC3153738       honour  › 2012/07 › cultural-change-that-sticks    › Sociology › 03:_Culture          the show (
Golden Square Freedom Park  Bridgetown Barbados Ⓒ 2021 ISBN 979-8-88525-922-4.mp3 Podcast
07-12-2021
Golden Square Freedom Park Bridgetown Barbados Ⓒ 2021 ISBN 979-8-88525-922-4.mp3 Podcast
Golden Square Freedom Park  Bridgetown Barbados Ⓒ 2021 ISBN 979-8-88525-922-4.mp3 PodcastOccupying the precincts of Bridgetown, Barbados is the historic Golden Square Freedom Park. On this cultural heritage historic two-acre park site are signifiers namely the Flags of Barbados and CARICOM are displayed together as a symbol of the state power, Builders of Barbados Wall, a Community Wall, and a 1937 Memorial Wall represent immovable and strong, and benches which were gifted to this island by Suriname to honour the special people and events in BarbadosWORKS CITEDGittens,William Anderson, Author, Cinematographer Dip.Com., Arts. B.A. Media Arts Specialists’ License Cultural  Practitioner, Publisher,CEO,Editor in Chief of Devgro Media Arts Services Publishing®2015 Clement", in Keith A. P. Sandiford, A Black Studies Primer: Heroes and Heroines of the African Diaspora, Hansib Publications, 2008, p. 363. iMovie and Devgro Media Arts Services®2015FilmsA Devgro Media Arts Services®2015Films Production In Association with iMovieA William Anderson Gittens, Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner,Podcaster , Publisher FilmPresentedISBN 979-8-88525-922-4 Podcast Golden Square Freedom Park © 2021 DirectedEdited ProducedStill/VideographerWritten ByWilliam Anderson Gittens of Devgro Media Arts Services®2015Executive ProducerWilliam Anderson GittensSupport the show (
PODCAST 133 TIMELINES A WAY OF LIFE © 2021 ISBN 978-976-96768-9-3
01-12-2021
PODCAST 133 TIMELINES A WAY OF LIFE © 2021 ISBN 978-976-96768-9-3
Presumably, the precincts of history were seemingly punctuated with Timelines. Contextually speaking this lens when use as a rhetorical device had the capacity to capture and frame a sequence of events between the periods 1966 to 2021 regarding the evolution of culture within Barbados’ historical space. The same was seemingly juxtaposed against the theory "the determination of the actual temporal sequence of past events". That said as an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster and Publisher I am au fait with this phrase because I have applied Timelines theoretically and practically in two different ways during my academic tenure in pursuance of a bachelors degree in Media Arts at New Jersey City University.On this occasion  it is applied in this conversation TIMELINES A WAY OF LIFE © 2021 ISBN 978-976-96768-9-3 will be captured and framed in19 chapters in publication 245 and verbalized in Podcast 133 .WORKS CITEDAfghanistan: The United Nations currently recognizes the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan as the government of Afghanistan instead of the de facto ruling govern-ment, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.Ali, Arif (1997). Barbados: Just Beyond Your Imagina-tion. Hansib Publishing (Caribbean) Ltd. pp. 46, 48. ISBN 1-870518-54-3.The Vatican is an elective absolute monarchy and a Roman Catholic theocracy; its monarch, the Pope, is the head of the global Roman Catholic Church. His power within the Vatican City State is unlimited by any con-stitution; however, as all its citizens and its resi-dents are ordained Catholic clergy, members of the Swiss Guard, or their immediate family, they arguably have consented to obey the Pope or are minors. (Citi-zenship is jus officii, on the grounds of appointment to work in a certain capacity in the service of the Ho-ly See and usually ceases upon cessation of the ap-pointment. Citizenship is also extended to the spouse and children of a citizen, provided they are living to-gether in the city; in practice, these are few in num-ber, since the bulk of Vatican citizens are celibate Catholic clerics or religious. Some individuals are al-so authorized to reside in the city but do not qualify or choose not to request citizenship.)[37]AXSES Systems Caribbean Inc., The Barbados Tourism En-cyclopaedia". Barbados.org. 8 February 2007. Archived from the original on 16 January 2000. Retrieved 4 July 2010Barbados Parliament Bills Archive". www.barbadosparliament.com. Retrieved 8 October 2021.  Barbados to become a parliamentary republic by Novem-ber 30". Loop News. 27 July 2021. Retrieved 30 July 2021.Do it the democratic way". Barbados Today. 29 August 2021. Retrieved 7 October 2021.Drewett, Peter (1991). Prehistoric Barbados. Barbados Museum and Historical Society. ISBN 1-873132-15-8.  › dictionary › timeline  › world ›Karl Watson, The Civil War in Barbados Archived 2 De-cember 2010 at the Wayback Machine, History in-depth, BBC, 5 November 2009.Robertson, Nic; Kohzad, Nilly; Lister, Tim; Regan, Helen (6 September 2021). "Taliban claims victory in Panjshir, but resistance forces say they still control strategic position in the valley". CNN. Retrieved 6 September 2021."Britannica Encyclopaedia: History of Barbados". Bri-tannica.com. Archived from the original on 13 September 2010. Retrieved 4 July 2010."DLP President calls for a referendum". Barbados Advo-cate. 8 April 2021. Retrieved 7 OSupport the show (