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Spectre (película)

Spectre es la vigesimocuarta película de James Bond producida por Eon Productions. Contó con Daniel Craig en su cuarta actuación como James Bond ​ Spectre fue estrenada el 26 de octubre de 2015 en el Reino Unido en la misma noche que el estreno mundial en Londres, ​ el 5 de noviembre.

Spectres (película)

Spectres es una película estadounidense de drama sobrenatural de 2004 dirigida por Phil Leirness y protagonizada por Marina Sirtis, Dean Haglund y Tucker Smallwood.

Spectres

Spectres es el quinto álbum de estudio de Blue Öyster Cult, lanzado por Columbia Records en 1977. El disco fue certificado oro en enero de 1978, y contiene hits como "Godzilla", "Death Valley Nights", "R.U. Ready 2 Rock" o "I Love the Night", mientras que la enigmática portada muestra rayos laser, parte de los efectos escenográficos de la banda en aquel entonces. No obstante "Spectres" no cuenta con la popularidad de su disco anterior, "Agents Of Fortune", aún es un favorito de los fanes.

The Spectre Within

The Spectre Within es el segundo álbum de la banda Fates Warning, publicado en 1985. Fue remasterizado en 2002 por Metal Blade Records con 4 bonus tracks.

Spectre (canción)

"Spectre" es una canción de Radiohead. Fue publicada a modo de descarga digital gratuita en el sitio web SoundCloud el 25 de diciembre de 2015. El 13 de mayo de 2016 fue publicada como cara B del sencillo en vinilo de 7" del tema "Burn the Witch", y el 28 de septiembre como pista adicional en el segundo CD de la edición especial de A Moon Shaped Pool. ​ "Spectre" fue escrito por Radiohead en 2015 como encargo para la película homónima de James Bond, pero finalmente no fue incluido en la banda sonora, siendo escogida en su lugar "Writings on the Wall" de Sam Smith. Su lanzamiento fue anunciado por Thom Yorke a través de Twitter. Fue el primer sencillo de Radiohead después de la publicación cuatro años antes de "The Daily Mail / Staircase" 2011. ​

Netflix

Netflix, Inc. es una empresa de entretenimiento estadounidense cuyo servicio principal es la distribución de contenidos audiovisuales a través de una plataforma en línea o servicio de VOD por streaming. Ubicada en Los Gatos, en California, la compañía se fundó en 1997 y comenzó con un servicio de alquiler de DVD a través del correo postal un año después. ​ En el año 2000, aún con el alquiler de DVD como único servicio, Netflix introdujo un sistema de recomendación personalizado, el cual se basaba en la calificación de una a cinco estrellas que sus clientes hacían de los materiales que alquilaban a través de su sitio por internet. La mejora continua de este sistema -que en 2017 sería cambiado por uno de "pulgar arriba" / "pulgar abajo"-, así como el uso de otros datos que la plataforma obtiene de sus clientes conocido como data-mining o minería de datos, es considerado como el principal responsable del éxito de la compañía. ​

Spectre

SPECTRE, organización criminal de las novelas y películas de James Bond; Spettri, película de terror de 1987 protagonizada por Donald Pleasence, lanzada internacionalmente como Specters. Silk Spectre / Espectro de Seda, personaje de DC Comics; Specter película, película tokusatsu japonesa de 2005; Spectreman, serie de televisión tokusatsu de la década de 1970; Spectre canción, canción de Radiohead de 2015; Spectres película, película de drama sobrenatural de 2004; Spectre película, película de James Bond de 2015;

SPECTRE

SPECTRE es una organización secreta terrorista que aparece en las novelas británicas escritas por Ian Fleming sobre el espía James Bond, y en las películas y videojuegos basados en esas mismas novelas. Dirigida por el malvado Ernst Stavro Blofeld, la organización apareció por primera vez en la novela Operación Trueno y en la película Dr. No.

GoldenEye 007

GoldenEye 007 es un first-person shooter y videojuego de espionaje desarrollado por Rare y publicado por Nintendo para su consola Nintendo 64 en 1997. El título está basado en la película homónima de James Bond de 1995. Es el título posterior a James Bond: The Duel, lanzado para varias plataformas de Sega en 1993. Fue seguido por James Bond 007, lanzado para Game Boy en 1997. El juego recibió mayoritariamente críticas positivas, y vendió más de ocho millones de copias. La obra fue elogiada por la calidad de su modo multijugador y la incorporación de elementos de sigilo y objetivos variados en sus misiones para un solo jugador, en contraste con la clásica mecánica de los FPS de limitarse a recorrer el nivel eliminando a los enemigos. Es ampliamente considerado como uno de los mejores first-person shooters de todos los tiempos ​ y como el mejor título de la saga Bond. Además de los siguientes títulos en la franquicia interactiva, GoldenEye 007 recibió una "secuela espiritual". El juego, Perfect Dark fue desarrollado y distribuido por Rare con el objetivo de superar a su predecesor. El título recibió una versión de la mano de Eurocom y Activision lanzado en noviembre de 2010 para Wii y Nintendo DS y en noviembre de 2011 para PlayStation 3 y Xbox 360.

James Bond 007: Nightfire

Paris Prelude: Bond debe evitar que muera una agente del servicio secreto francés llamada Dominic, y evitar que terroristas destruyan la Torre Eiffel en año nuevo. The exchange: Bond se infiltra en un castillo de Drake para consguir información secreta, y escapar de ahí junto a Zoe Nightshade. Alpine escape: Bond junto a Nigthshade intentan robar un vehículo de nieve para escapar del castillo, e ir al punto de extracción para que Q los rescate. Enemies vanquish: Bond intenta escapar junto a Nightshade de los matones de Drake hasta llegar al punto de extracción para ser rescatados por Q. Double cross: Bond debe proteger a Alexander Mayhew, un traidor en la organización de Drake, para que te de información sobre la operación Nightfire, pero es asesinado al final. Night shift: Bond se infiltra en las instalaciones de Drake en Japón para obtener más información sobre la operación Nightfire Chain reaction: Bond se infiltra en una planta nuclear aparentemente abandonada para obtener más información sobre un JetPack y armas experimentales Phoenix fire: Kiko, la guardaespaldas de Mayhew le ha tendido una trampa a Bond, y este logra escapar gracias a Alura, agente del gobierno australiano. Deep descent: Bond y Alura se intentan infiltrar en las instalaciones de Drake en una isla del sur del pacífico, por medio de un submarino. Island infiltration: Bond y Alura logran infiltrarse en la isla de Drake, pero unas armas llamadas centinelas intentan interceptarlos pero logran destruirlas todas ellas y logran infiltrarse en una base secreta submarina. Countdown: Bond se infiltra en la base submarina eliminando a Kiko y a Rook por el camino para llegar hasta un cohete e irse en el hasta llegar al espacio. Equinox: Bond logra llegar al espacio y destruir los misiles, los que hacen que el lugar donde estaba Drake explote, pero sobrevive y Bond logra asesinarlo, y salvar al mundo.

SpecTrek

SpecTrek is an augmented reality ghost hunting game. The game won second prize in the "Android Developer Challenge II" lifestyle category. SpecTrek was designed to have the user work-out whilst playing the game, the tag line for the game is "protect the world, stay in shape". There are three default games to play, short which lasts 15 minutes, medium which lasts for 30 minutes, and long which lasts for 60 minutes. SpecTrek projects ghosts at various locations on a Google map in either a predetermined search radius or a user defined search radius. To play the user must walk to these ghosts, if within range the user scan and find out what kind of ghost is nearby as well as how far said ghost is from their current position. If the user is unable to reach a ghost, a horn may be blown which makes all nearby ghosts flee and possibly stop within reach of another accessible location. The user catches ghosts by tilting their phone to the "camera-position". Through the camera the user scan the ghosts, see the ghosts in augmented reality and of course catch the ghosts.

Criminal (Netflix)

Criminal is a series of four Netflix police procedural anthology TV series set in four countries, each consisting of three episodes. The four series are Criminal: France, Criminal: Germany, Criminal: Spain, and Criminal: UK. The series was devised by its showrunners George Kay and Jim Field Smith, and produced by their company Idiotlamp Productions. Although the showrunners are based in the UK, each of the local three-part series is written and performed in that countrys native language by native actors, but all four individual local series were shot on the same set in Madrid, Spain. All four series were released simultaneously in September 2019. Each episode is a stand-alone psychological drama, consisting of the interrogation of an individual by a team of police investigators. All twelve episodes are confined to just three areas in a single location; a police interrogation room, a darkened viewing room that looks into the interrogation room through a one-way mirror, and the hallway and stairwell outside the rooms.

List of accolades received by Netflix

Netflix is an American on-demand internet streaming media provider. The company founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph on August 29, 1997, in Scotts Valley, California. It specializes in and provides streaming media and video-on-demand online and DVD by mail. In 2013, Netflix expanded into film and television production, as well as online distribution. Due to the release of original content and its reception, Netflix became a contender for major awards. On July 18, 2013, Netflix became the first streaming service to earned major nominations and eventually win a Primetime Emmy Award. Also House of Cards became the first online-only web television program to be nominated and its pilot episode, "Chapter 1", was the first webisode of a television series to win an Emmy. On January 12, 2014, Netflix and Robin Wright House of Cards made history at the Golden Globe Awards, by becoming the first streaming platform to be nominated and the first actress for a web television program to win the award, respectively. Netflix was also the first high-profile streaming service to earned an Academy Award nomination. In addition, Netflix has earned accolades with different peers groups and associations, including: Television Critics Association Awards, BAFTA Awards, Critics Choice Television Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards and others.

List of Critics' Choice Television Awards received by Netflix

The Critics Choice Television Awards are accolades that are presented annually by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. In 2014, Orange Is the New Black won Best Comedy Series, Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy for Kate Mulgrew and Best Guest Performer in a Comedy for Uzo Aduba. The following year, Orange Is the New Black s Lorraine Toussaint won Best Supporting Actress in a Drama. During the 6th Critics Choice Television Awards Master of None won Best Comedy Series. In 2016, John Lithgow and Jane Krakowski won for their supporting roles in drama and comedy, respectively.

List of guild awards received by Netflix

Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television Best Edited One Hour Series for Non-Commercial Television Best Edited Mini-Series or Motion Picture for Television Best Edited Documentary Feature

List of Primetime Emmy Awards received by Netflix

Netflix is an American on-demand internet streaming media provider. In 2013 Netflix became the first streaming platform to win a Primetime Emmy Award. House of Cards became the first original online-only web television series to receive major nominations for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards. House of Cards scored nine nominations, including Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series. Meanwhile its first episode, "Chapter 1", received four nominations becoming the first webisode of a television series to receive a major Primetime Emmy Award nomination. Eigil Bryld won for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series, meanwhile David Fincher won for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series. Both, Bryld and Fincher won for the episode "Chapter 1", making it the first Emmy-awarded webisode. The Following year House of Cards repeated in the category Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series, with Carl Franklin directing "Chapter 14". Furthermore the political drama got its first nomination for writing for "Chapter 14", written by Beau Willimon. Orange Is the New Black s first season was nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series, meanwhile the second received a nomination for Outstanding Drama Series. Orange Is the New Black earned nominations for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, for the episodes "I Wasnt Ready" and "Lesbian Request Denied", respectively. Tina Feys Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was also nominated for its first two seasons. At the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards, Master of None earned a nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series. The documentary film The Square won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for Nonfiction Programming, in 2014. During the 2015 ceremony non of the original programs were nominated for writing or directing. In 2016 the documentary series Making a Murderer won in both categories. In the comedy side, Master of None won for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series and was nominated for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, in both categories for the episode "Parents". Patton Oswalt won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special for his stand-up Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping. Netflix dominated the category Directing for Nonfiction Programming with three entries, including What Happened, Miss Simone? and Chefs Table.

List of Screen Actors Guild Awards received by Netflix

The Screen Actors Guild Award is an accolade given by the Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists to recognize outstanding performances in film and primetime television. In 2014, Netflix earned its first two nominations. The following year the network won three awards, Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Orange Is the New Black, Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series for Kevin Spacey from House of Cards and Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series for Orange Is the New Black s Uzo Aduba. In 2016, all three winners repeated. In addition, Idris Elba won for Outstanding Performance by Male Actor in a Supporting Role for the film Beasts of No Nation. During the 2017 ceremony, The Crown won for performances of Claire Foy and John Lithgow, Stranger Things won for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series and Orange Is the New Black won for a third year in a row Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.

List of original programs distributed by Netflix

Netflix is an American global Internet streaming-on-demand media provider that has distributed a number of original programs, including original series, specials, miniseries and documentaries and films. Netflixs original productions also include continuations of canceled series from other networks, as well as licensing or co-producing content from international broadcasters for exclusive broadcast in other territories, which is also branded in those regions as Netflix original content. Netflix previously produced content through Red Envelope Entertainment. Netflixs first original content series was House of Cards, released in 2013. The company has since increased its original content. All programming is in English unless stated otherwise, is organized by its primary genre or format and is sorted by premiere date.

Spectreman

Spectreman is a science fiction tokusatsu TV series produced by P Productions and created by producer Souji Ushio. The series aired on Fuji TV from January 2, 1971 to March 25, 1972 with a total of 63 episodes, not counting the pre-series pilot episode. This was the first major superhero show of the 1970s.

SpectreRF

SpectreRF is an option to the Spectre Circuit Simulator from Cadence Design Systems. It adds a series of analyses that are particularly useful for RF circuits to the basic capabilities of Spectre. SpectreRF was first released in 1996 and was notable for three reasons. First, it was arguably the first RF simulator in that it was the first to be designed for large bipolar and CMOS RF circuits; it used shooting methods as its base algorithm; and it pioneered the use of Krylov subspace methods. The use of shooting methods gave SpectreRF remarkable robustness and the Krylov methods gave it capacity that was roughly 100 times greater than existing simulators at the time. Previously such simulators were designed to simulate very small GaAs integrated circuits and hybrids. These simulators were based on harmonic balance and could reliably simulate circuits with tens of transistors whereas SpectreRF could simulate circuits with thousands of transistors. SpectreRF added the Periodic Steady State and Periodic small-signal analyses to Spectre. The Periodic Steady-State or PSS analysis directly computed the periodic steady-state response of a circuit. The periodic small-signal analyses use the periodic steady-state solution as a periodically time-varying operating point and linearize the circuit about that operating point and then computes the response of the circuit to small perturbation sources. Effectively they build a periodically time-varying linear model of the circuit. This is significant as periodically time-varying linear models, unlike the time-invariant linear models used by the traditional small-signal analyses AC and noise exhibit frequency conversion. SpectreRF pioneered a variety of periodic small-signal analyses, including periodic AC pac, periodic noise pnoise, periodic transfer function pxf, periodic s-parameter psp and periodic stability pstb. After its introduction, SpectreRF quickly became the dominant simulator for RF integrated circuits, and was instrumental in establishing Spectre as the most popular circuit simulator for integrated circuits. Eventually the dominance of SpectreRF faded as the use of Krylov subspace methods propagated to other simulators, particularly those based on harmonic balance. SpectreRF now provides harmonic balance in addition to shooting methods, both of which are accelerated using Krylov subspace methods. SpectreRF was developed by Ken Kundert, Jacob White, and Ricardo Telichevesky.