“Where there is

“Where there is no risk there can be no pride in the achievement to be performed and, therefore, no happiness,” this remark in the mouth of Ray Kroc, former president of McDonald’s fast food chain with more stores across the world, defined the business work of this man who died in 1984 at age 81. The success story of the current “empire” Macdonald’s began in 1948 in southern California (USA), when the brothers Mac and Dick McDonald opened their first restaurant. No one could imagine at the time that there was going to take shape the future of one of the largest companies in quick-service restaurants in the world. But we can say that the company born of entrepreneurial genius of Ray Kroc, a Chicago businessman who at age 52 mortgaged all their assets and personal savings to become the official distributor of one brand of milk machine called Multimixer . Ray Kroc traveled to California to try to sell some of their machines. Upon arrival at the establishment of the McDonald brothers was amazed with the success of the revolutionary hamburger (sold at 15 cents) and the rate and quality of service. Shortly after analyzing the growth prospects of this fledgling business represented in California, Ray Kroc signed a contract with the McDonald brothers to open the first restaurant in the city of Des Plaines, Illinois, which, despite showing the same food philosophy quick and good service, introduced important changes in the design of the latter.Thus, according to the agreement, Kroc had to charge 1.9 of net revenue for each grant and a quarter of their income would the McDonald brothers. In April 1955, Ray Kroc opened the first large chain restaurant in the world today is McDonald’s, six years later, to acquire all rights to the system by selling the McDonald brothers for 3 million (2.3 million euros). In 1967, McDonald’s decided to globalize their operations, opening its first restaurant in Canada. Thus began a steady international growth, becoming the only U.S. company to a multi-local, with a presence in most countries. Encouraged by the success of selling their burgers at the service drive-in ‘(now McAuto), spread to the main roads of central North America.After five years, the restaurants had a sales level of close to fifty million dollars (35 million euros). Despite booming business, Kroc was dissatisfied, because the operations aimed to steadily increase their local sales. Therefore, in order to increase the number of people who could be fired at the same time, added to the external service of parking, tables and bar service.

Race to stardom

Race to stardom His professional career began in New York theater for ‘Shakespeare in the park’, in Joseph Papp, which was quickly followed by numerous productions, including “Ceremonies in Dark Old Men ‘,’ Came home to roost ‘,’ Othello ‘or’ Man and Superman ‘. His versatility as an actor gave him work in television productions soon as the TV movie “Flesh and Blood ‘(1970), Wilma (1977),’ Carbon Copy ‘(1981) or the series’ St. Elsewhere ‘(1982), which achieved fame for his performance during six seasons of Dr. Chandler, the protagonist of the serial. The time to jump to the big screen had come. The first milestone review of his film career is his work in Cry Freedom (1987), directed by Sir Richard Attenborough, which was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actor. He continued with roles as major institution in Times of Glory (1989), which came to be among the nominees, but this time took the coveted prize.Washington played one of their roles more critically acclaimed film Malcolm X in 1992, directed by Spike Lee, where his interpretation of the black nationalist leader earned him an Oscar nomination. Both the influential film critic Roger Ebert and the highly acclaimed film director Martin Scorsese called the movie one of the ten best films of the 90s. Malcolm X became the career of Denzel Washington, making him, almost overnight, one of the most respected actors in Hollywood. He turned down several similar roles, including the ability to portray Martin Luther King, because he was trying to avoid being typecast in such roles. Denzel Washington was further improved their performance with the difficult role of the lawyer Joe Miller of Philadelphia (1993), opposite Tom Hanks, but this time the Academy was not even nominated. Tom Hanks, however, said it was the actor most had learned.The Hollywood scene and was considered at the summit in 1994, and this is reflected in films such as The Pelican Brief, Crimson Tide, The Preacher’s Wife, Fallen and The Bone Collector, which were blockbusters and consolidated their position and allowed to choose her roles carefully. An example of this mime is his work on Hurricane Carter (1999), in which he plays a boxer wrongly accused of a triple murder of which he remained in prison twenty years. This paper won the Golden Globe and a Silver Bear at the Berlinale, but the Oscar nomination did not result in a second statuette. The Oscar finally came in 2001 with his portrayal of a corrupt cop in Training Day, first antagonistic role played by Washington.Denzel Washington has a style that blends the goodness and passion, this mix gives innate to the complicated character who plays a very believable sound that passion to the public, perhaps one of the most representative interpretations of his style is in the dramatic film John Q by Nick Cassavetes, with Robert Duvall and Anne Heche. Washington made his directorial debut with Antwone Fisher in 2002, a film co-starred with Derek Luke, in which he plays a Navy psychiatrist who helps a young sailor with a traumatic past. He has also participated in major films such as on Fire, The Manchurian Candidate (2004) and Plan oculto (2006), Spike Lee’s latest film. His last major success was American Gangster, the film shot under the direction of Ridley Scott and accompanied the division of Russell Crowe in which he plays Frank Lucas, a heroin dealer in Harlem in the ’60s.Besides his accomplishments on screen, Denzel Washington has recently taken a very different type of paper, and who served as executive producer of two biographical documentaries: ‘Half Past Autumn: The Gordon Parks Story’, which has been nominated for two Emmy awards Special in the categories of Fiction and Non-Director of Photography Non-Fiction Program. His account of the legend of “John Henry” was nominated for a Grammy in 1996 in the category of Best Spoken Word Album for Children and was awarded the NAACP award for his performance in the animated children’s special “Happily Ever After: Rumpelstiltskin ‘ . In Spain, Pere Molina is responsible for bending his voice to the Castilian.

Derivation of the

Derivation of the formula Collignon Collignon above formula does not provide the exact value of the shear stress, but only the average over a line divided into two cross-section. To understand this fact should consider the deduction of the same.

Examples in modern

Examples in modern culture There are examples of gift economies in today’s global economy. The blood banks exist in many countries do not give an explicit reward for donations. The families of organ donors do not receive any compensation for the donation. In fact, someone charged for organs is considered a suspect, may even be a crime. The information is well provided for a gift economy because it can be copied and transmitted with virtually zero cost. When you share information, do not stay without it, although you may lose the benefits that can be earned in a market economy with intellectual property rights. Scientific research is an example of gift economy of information. Scientists write research papers that are quick to publish in journals and conferences. Other scientists can cite them for free.In fact, the more times it is cited a scientist is more prestigious, which can be converted into funds. All scientists benefit from global knowledge of the scientific community. Free software communities are another example of gift economy of information. Developers get the source code of their programs on the Internet so that anyone can copy it or, more importantly, modify and improve it. Thus, programmers get prestige and respect, while the whole community benefits from a better program. Ronald Coase argued that corporations are a form of production more efficient than the market. Yochai Benkler wrote an article entitled “Coase’s Penguin, or Linux and the Nature of the Firm” in which he says that there is a third mode of production called collaborative work.Charles Leadbeater speaks of the “revolution of professional amateurs” and “professional amateur economy” in which fans motivated by economic reasons not grow in power and support the shared economy. Efforts such as Creative Commons led by Lawrence Lessig encouraged to share and argues that both society and corporations benefit from this exchange. Jordan Hubbard in an article in the journal “Queue” says that open source is an economy based on barter, even if the description matches that of a gift economy, “software engineers volunteers in the community of open source software are much more willing to help those who have demonstrated their determination to the success of open source development. ” In other words, reciprocity is an issue for the whole community, not a simple quid pro quo.An example of gift economy widely used is “Beyond Barter” (beyond barter), also known as “The Los Angeles Skills Pool” (the stock of skills in Los Angeles). The members of this community are from 1975 of all kinds to share services between them. Although there is no “quid pro quo” to receive a service, members have to offer useful services to others and must be available to perform them as needed. In most families there are economies of gift miniature, with gifts on time, money, food, accommodation or services that are given without negotiation or instant reciprocity. It also occurs in the guidance that a mentor gives his disciple, the aim is that the disciple becomes mentor. In societies of the Pacific Islands before the nineteenth century were the gift economies, some of which reach today.For example, in some of the Cook Islands. In Tokelau, although there has been a market economy, there remains a way of gift economy in the practice known inati: share equally all the food in each atoll. Today there are diaspora communities in New Zealand, Australia and the United States. While participating in the market economy of their countries, some still try to maintain similar customs to the gift economy, as money and gifts reciprocal. The idea of mutual gift is an essential part of the culture of Samoa (fa’asamoa), Tonga (fakatonga anga) and Pacific diaspora communities.

The parents of

The parents of the First Ecumenical Council (325) reading of the Creed. Between the eighth and eleventh centuries saw the final maturation of the Greek Orthodox Church around the figure of the patriarch of Constantinople. The other Eastern patriarchs recognized at the Council of Chalcedon in 451 (Alexandria, Antioch, Jerusalem), had lost their importance to be subjected to Islamic rule in the territories, and relations with Rome were distant, though still popular, being located such city from the Byzantine perspective, on the outskirts of the civilized world. Orthodox cross. The inclined cross symbolizes the raised part of the “Good Thief” and in its lower part to the “Bad Thief.” The Pope seemed more attentive to what was happening in the new Western Christianity, but still, for the duration of imperial rule in the Exarchate of Ravenna, several popes were Greek or Syrian origin.Most popes precism ticos considered holy by the Roman Catholic Church also remain for the Orthodox Church, for example, Clement I, Martin I, Agapito I, etc. The Eastern bishops recognized the bishop of Rome a primacy of honor but he understood that the doctrinal and disciplinary decisions should be taken by the Patriarchs jointly or in a general council, ecumenical, and never abandoned the essence of this view, incompatible with the rise of Roman primacy and its development since the second half of the eighth century.Roma, meanwhile, was unwilling to accept the imperial rivalry was subject to the church in the Byzantine Empire with its idea of “symphony” between the power of the Emperor and the Patriarch, only by understanding this diversity of views is can understand the reasons that ended up separating the two churches, more, even, that their differences of dogma and liturgical use, but through them demonstrating different ways of understanding religion: the use of different languages, liturgical calendars and partly , specific saints, especially sensitive about the worship of icons, fees are also different. A good example of that, are the records of Quinisext Council (AD 692), which the Pope of Rome refused to approve, but their legacies in Constantinople was signed, but both are “one of the essential foundations of the Byzantine canon law” ( Ducellier) on important issues, such as clerical celibacy.In fact, recent ecumenical councils were held in the East and those who were present were the Pope’s legacy of Nicaea in 787 and Constantinople in 869. After the break is stanched produced by the confrontation between the Patriarch of Constantinople Photius and Pope Nicholas I. Thereafter, the Byzantine Church and those that were created from it were organized by their own councils or synods.

CALIG (18/10/2008)

On October 18, our association visited the farm and C cile Martin has become a museum full of life where you can enjoy direct knowledge of a large number of varieties of vegetables Weird, herbs, flowers, medicinal plants and trees throughout Europe. The German and the Swiss decided to leave their jobs in their respective places of origin and settle on a farm hidden Benicarl Calig (Castellon). Martin, fond of cooking and had its little garden in Germany and old collected seed to preserve and rediscover the huge range of flavors, aromas, colors and shapes that we neglected to have led the frantic pace of life and absurd in today we are immersed: fast food, standardized, ready made products. In the 18 months that Martin and Cecil worked the farm have gained up to 200 varieties of chili peppers, 150 varieties of tomatoes, zucchini, 10, 30 of eggplant, cauliflower blue, purple or pink, 25 different types of lettuce and a host of vegetables, to name a few.Use only approved products for organic farming (BT against caterpillars, sulfur against fungal diseases, ferric phosphate against snails, etc., The manure comes from local sheep, do rotations and planting a green manure and preparing preserves, chutneys, pickles and jams that you can test whether you visit, absolutely delicious. The visit to this beautiful garden you can specify the phone by calling 610 703 009 Martin talking to himself. Do not miss it, it’s worth. Bibliography: Magazine “The fertility of the earth” Photo: Shell Martinez

SPONSORS Film Festival Ciudad Real

On Thursday October 15 held a press conference with representatives of various public entities that have supported the Film Festival Ciudad Real. The meeting was attended by representatives of Caja Rural de Ciudad Real, CompacMedia , Hotel Santa Cecilia , Old Station, Centro Comercial El Parque – Eroski and CCM . Unable to attend the meeting, but also have supported the Festival: National Atesa and the Embassy of Mexico in Spain . Then we encourage you to read the press release on the presentation, thanking Film Festival from the support of these companies, without which the Festival would not be possible. To each and all: THANK YOU.

MOTOR Mercedes Benz

MOTOR Mercedes Benz The Mercedes-Benz S 350 has a new V6 3.7 liter engine that develops 245 bhp of peak power and 350 Nm at 3,000 rpm maximum torque. This engine is made on the basis of the previous 3.2-liter V6 and 224 hp using the S 320 it replaces. Has increased the diameter of the pistons (97.0 mm instead of 89.9 mm) to increase capacity.With this engine has improved performance and reduced consumption: it accelerates from 0-100 km / h in 7.6 s and has a top speed of 246 km / h (the S 320 accelerated at 8.2 s and reaches 240 km / h . Its average consumption is 11.1 l/100 km, 3.5 percent less than it did the previous S 320. comparative sheet 350 and S 320 S The V8 engine of S 430 and S 500 remain unchanged. Develop 279 and 306 hp respectively and offer a couple of 400 Nm and 460 Nm.Both are self-limited top speed of 250 km / h, acceleration 0-100 km / h in 7.3 and 6.5 seconds respectively and a very similar average consumption (11.5 l/100 km on S 430 and 11 , 9 l/100 km on S 500).