Every day, Daily Downloads offers 10 free and legal mp3 downloads. Today's free and legal mp3 downloads: Andy Kidd: "Black Swan" [mp3] Blind Lake: "Walk Beside Me" [mp3] from On Earth (out June 9th) Cathedrals: Blush Remix EP [mp3] Church...
The global economy can deliver a jolt to stock markets at any moment. These "Black Swan" events are hard to predict or anticipate, but are always on the back of our minds.
The Patsy Reid Band The Black Swan February 12, 2015 Scottish fiddler Patsy Reid forged her reputation as a co-founder of Breabach, but took her leave from this thriving folk combo in 2011. Now, she's leading her own new-ish small outfit, deliberately treading the familiar furrow of the traditional...
No one has been listening to the past hundred years of stock market history in the United States.
Given her timeless beauty and universal appeal, it’s no wonder Miss Dior snatched up Natalie Portman for the latest advertising strategy. The “Black Swan” beauty is gorgeous in a black garment as she flashes her doe eyes at the camera while teasingly holding a bottle of the eau de parfum. Show More Summary
Melbourne you ask…yes, Melbourne! With very little notice Grant was offered a short term job in the city of Melbourne...
Submitted by Mark Spitznagel via NYTimes Dealbook, As André Gide, the French Nobel laureate in literature, once said, “Everything that needs to be said has already been said. But since no one was listening, everything must be said again.” Indeed, no one has been listening to the past hundred years of stock market history in the United States. Show More Summary
The bear markets that followed periods of high corporate valuations were predictable by economic logic that says that governments cannot manipulate market prices without creating distortions, Mark Spitznagel writes in Another View.
Forget the demented dramas of ‘Black Swan.’ The New York City Ballet’s choreographer has subtler ways to get the best from dancers.
With China devaluation looming as the great unspoken Black Swan trade, and on the heels of the Swiss National Bank folding on its 'peg', we thought a quick glance at the world's "pegged" currencies would be useful as a guide to where the next shoe (and pant legs) will drop. Show More Summary
Isosine created this unlikely, yet absolutely brilliant remix of Taylor Swift’s pop hit Shake it Off and Nine Inch Nails’ dark soliloquy The Perfect Drug. It’s the musical equivalent of Black Swan. Download the MP3 here.
Mila Kunis opens up about everything from kissing co-stars to her new baby girl Wyatt in this recent Reddit AMA! Here’s some of what the 31-year-old actress had to share: On making out with Natalie Portman in Black Swan: And how was it making out with Natalie? I mean… when you have a kissing scene [...]
What’s life like for Mila Kunis after having her first baby? She admits it’s decidedly different, especially when it comes to the unanticipated changes in her body, reported Entertainment Tonight. Mila’s confession came during an interview with Conan O’Brien. Show More Summary
Super Bowl ticket prices continue to soar. With the game now just a day away, prices have exceeded the $10,500 average and get-in price is just over $9,000 but, as TiqIQ's CEO reports, the ticket market’s "Black Swan" moment will leave some fans showing up to Arizona having paid for tickets they’ll never receive... Show More Summary
The "intern economy" is a crumbling monument to short-term thinking. The class-action lawsuit filed in 2010 against Fox Searchlight Pictures by former unpaid interns on the film "Black Swan" set off a wave of internship lawsuits that is likely to have lasting consequences for companies with...
[body_image width='726' height='484' path='images/content-images/2015/01/27/' crop='images/content-images-crops/2015/01/27/' filename='black-swan-was-the-film-that-made-me-body-image-1422373531.png' id='21619'] This post originally appeared on VICE UK. We're often afraid of admitting how much we've been shaped by the culture that surrounds us. Show More Summary
The Black Swan, by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, is a parable for unanticipated risk: the possibility of 'unknown unknown' events that no-one sees coming. In a new essay, The Calm Before the Storm, Taleb further posits that perceptions of risk are distorted by 'fragile stability.' Some countries (eg. Show More Summary