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Paul Barnes

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Latest 4 Feb 2023 | Updated Daily

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The Abraham Accords...Is This Peace in the Middle East - (Paul Barnes)

Bible 'TRUTH' Feed. (By Christadelphianvideo)

A @Christadelphians Video:  Description:   The background and history of the Abraham Accords is examined. Peace is prophesied in Ezekiel 38 but there can be no lasting peace until the Lord Jesus Christ returns and sets up God's Kingdom.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christadelphians-talk/message


25 Jan 2023

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Armageddon and the Valleys of Jerusalem!(Paul Barnes)

Bible 'TRUTH' Feed. (By Christadelphianvideo)

A Christadelphian Video: Description: The battle of Armageddon will take place after the return of the Lord Jesus Christ to the earth. Gog and his armies will gather in the valley of Jerusalem where they will be destroyed miraculously by Christ and his saints. Christ will then set up God’s Kingdom on earth.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christadelphians-talk/message


14 Nov 2022

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51. Then and Now: Using the Past to Secure the Future with W02 Paul Barnes

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast

Paul Barnes is a serving Warrant Officer in the British Army, employed as a Doctrine Writer at the Land Warfare Centre. He is uniquely a Chief of the Air Staff’s Fellow, a Chief of the General Staff’s Fellow, and a former MWI fellow at West Point in 2021. In today’s interview, Warrant Officer Class 2 Paul Barnes, British Army, discusses his article Learning the Wrong Lessons:  Biases, the Rejection of History, and Single-Issue Zealotry in Modern Military Thought, featured by our colleagues at Modern War Institute; learning from historical conflicts; and fighting against “neophilia” and “presentism”.  The following bullet points highlight key insights from our interview: In the aforementioned article, Paul Barnes discusses the dangers of “presentism,” in which current events are catastrophized and used to inform the future without adequate acknowledgement of historical context. This mindset creates two dangerous fallacies:  1) that the world is more dangerous than it has been before; and 2) that technology is developing more rapidly than ever before.These statements are both false and promote the idea that history cannot help us understand our operational environment.  The misconceptions promoted by presentism are generally accepted due to a lack of contextual historical understanding.However, militaries also promote the ideas of presentism to secure greater budget allocations. Analysts, too, use presentism to promote the legitimacy of their ideas and engagement with their work.  Leveraging historical context to avoid the bias of presentism can be challenging. Even information from on-the-ground analysts throughout history will include bias. Multiple perspectives from history should be recognized, thus creating the opportunity to ‘learn from committee’ and avoid the pitfalls of biased reporting. The age of the tank is not over, as seen in the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Modern and future warfare will continue to leverage a combination ofinformation operations and heavy combined arms maneuver. To avoid presentism, enhanced education on critical thinking,bias recognition, and military history should be incorporated in professional military education for both Soldiers and Leaders.The latter is especially important, as an understanding of the past helps provide context for comprehending the present.  While we can “train for the known,” education will help the Army be better prepared for the unknown. Stay tuned to the Mad Scientist Laboratory for our next episode of The Convergence podcast — Innovation at the Edge — featuring senior military leaders, field and company grade officers, and young Soldiers discussing innovation at the unit and individual level, thinking differently about modern warfare, and implementing grassroots transformation in the U.S. Army. If you enjoyed this post and podcast, check out the following content: The Operational Environment (2021-2030): Great Power Competition, Crisis, and Conflict, the entire document from which that post was excerpted, and the TRADOC G-2’s Threats to 2030 video addressing the challenges facing the U.S. Army in the near operational environment (i.e., now to 2030) Other People’s Wars: The US Military and the Challenge of Learning from Foreign Conflicts, with Brent L. Sterling, and associated podcast Ultimate Victory: Lessons on Future Warfare from Field-Marshal Viscount William Slim, by Luke Shabro Making the Future More Personal: The Oft-Forgotten Human Driver in Future’s Analysis and “Once More unto The Breach Dear Friends”: From English Longbows to Azerbaijani Drones, Army Modernization STILL Means More than Materiel, by Ian Sullivan Top Attack: Lessons Learned from the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War and associated podcast Insights from the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict in 2020 (Parts 1 and 2) The Convergence: The Future of Ground Warfare with COL Scott Shaw and associated podcast Lessons from the Cold War: “The Ugly American” and Multi-Domain Operations by Peter Brownfeld Why the Next “Cuban Missile Crisis” Might Not End Well: Cyberwar and Nuclear Crisis Management by Dr. Stephen J. Cimbala How Big of a Deal are Drone Swarms? by proclaimed Mad Scientist Zak Kallenborn The Dawn of the Loitering Munitions Era, by proclaimed Mad Scientist SGM Daniel S. Nasereddine Disclaimer: The views expressed in this blog post do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of Defense, Department of the Army, Army Futures Command (AFC), or Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC); nor the UK Ministry of Defence, British Army, or Land Warfare Centre.


24 Feb 2022

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Financial Benchmarks for Digital Agencies with Paul Barnes of MAP

GYDA Initiative - Grow Your Digital Agency

In this GYDA Expert Seminar, Paul Barnes of MAP shares his insight into the key financial metrics that agencies should focus on.Whilst every agency is unique and should develop their own tailored business plan that meets it’s own vision and ambition, there are some key metrics that every agency should pay attention to. Paul explains not just what good performance looks like, but how to track and improve in these key areas.This is a bite-size version of the hour-long video. To watch the rest head on over to GYDA Member Hub!


7 Feb 2022

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Paul Barnes: In the Keys of Chant

Luminous: Conversations On Sacred Arts

Paul Barnes is a force of nature. His music, and his insights about music, pour out of him, with beauty. His longtime collaboration with Phillip Glass has left an indelible mark on both of them. Our conversation on Luminous is full of that ebullient energy. 


30 Sep 2021

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Ep.5 - Why Accountancy continues to be important - with Paul Barnes, Managing Director of MAP the Digital Agency Finance Function.

Kaplan‘s Learn Better Podcast

This week we explore the question “Why does accountancy continue to be important?” with guest, Paul Barnes, Managing Director of MAP. Here he speaks about personal development, computerisation within the industry and value perception. This episode summarises ways in which accounting will continue to be important and how to make it a successful career path for you. 


29 Sep 2021

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A Conversation with Documentary Film Editor Paul Barnes

The Filmosophers Movie Talk Show

Documentary film editor Paul Barnes discusses his craft and his collaboration with award-winning documentarians Erroll Morris and Ken Burns on films such as “The Thin Blue Line,” “The Civil War,” “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History,” and “The Statue of Liberty.” http://www.thefilmosophers.com​​ #PaulBarnes #TheFilmosophers #ThinBlueLine #filmediting #filmmaking [Theme music performed by Scarlet Newman-Thomas, courtesy of The Teenage Diplomat] © The Filmosophers 2021

1hr 42mins

1 Sep 2021

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Build Financial Maturity in Your Agency with Paul Barnes - MAP

GYDA Initiative - Grow Your Digital Agency

In this GYDA Talks, Robert talks to Paul Barnes. Paul is Managing Director of MAP, who specialise in helping digital creative agencies to climb the maturity curve and grow more profitably. They do this by giving the agencies total visibility and understanding of their finances, so they can make better and more timely decisions.An agency’s growth often outpaces the effectiveness of their finance function; while a well optimised back office can be an essential component in ensuring you are growing in the right way. The Agency Maturity Curve is a way in which digital agencies assess the strength of their operating model, by pegging the strengths and weaknesses of their finance function against a set of disciplines with clearly defined outcomes.The more established the business, the further along the Agency Maturity Curve we would expect them to be, but this may not actually be the reality. Identifying areas for development shows where improvements can have the greatest impact, and how long it might take to get there.Whether you are looking to scale, sell or just run a more operational slick agency, you will be held back if the finances don’t stand up to what the business needs. Ultimately you will not have access to the data you need to make informed decisions and you will leak profit.Robert an Paul discuss:Asking the right questionsPoor financial education is ubiquitous in many agency boardsYou need to link strategy to the numbers and tell the full storyAgency Maturity Curve and Scorecard This is a bitesize version of the hour-long video. To watch the rest please visit www.GYDAmemberhub.com


25 Aug 2021

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Extra: Paul Barnes

Friday LIVE

On this week's Extra, pianist Paul Barnes tells us about his July 13 recital as a part of the Lied Center Piano Academy.


8 Jul 2021

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43rd Army Band, Charley Friedman & Paul Barnes, The Lark, & more

Friday LIVE

On the June 4 Friday LIVE, guest host William Padmore, Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: Commander Paul Kenney tells us about the 43rd Army Band's tour of northeast Nebraska; artist Charley Friedman and pianist Paul Barnes tell us about their exhibition at the Bemis Center; The Lark in Hastings is back hosting live music as part of their Listening Room series; the Lied Center offers free summer concerts and more; Tada Theatre presents “The Great American Trailer Park;" and Kiechel Fine Art hosts Julia Leggent's “Ellipsis." Also, more poetry by Nebraska State Poet Matt Mason and KVNO's Corbin Hirschhorn tells us about this year's Omaha Summer Arts Festival.


4 Jun 2021