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There are three discrete types of audits: product (which includes services), process, and system. However, other methods, such as a desk or document review audit, may be employed independently or in support of the three general types of audits.

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Mitchell’s musical inclinations and his ‘maximalist’ writing — his way of pushing a story’s many possibilities to the breaking point and then merging them together again — found a receptive reader in the Dutch composer Michel van der Aa .

The 48-year-old van der Aa isn’t famous outside the rarefied world of contemporary international composers. But in that world, he’s a big deal. His 2010 cello concerto called ‘Up Close’ won the Grawemeyer Award . The Grawemeyer is the classical composer’s equivalent to a Nobel Prize. It’s been around for 30 years — and even Philip Glass hasn’t won it.

Composer-director Michel van der Aa (left) and novelist-librettist David Mitchell (right) in ‘Composing Conversations,’ a public discussion held by the Dallas Opera. Photo: Jerome Weeks

“Michel’s an explorer,” Mitchell says of van der Aa’s cross-disciplinary artistry. “And he’s an alchemist. And he’s a grown adult with the sense that he’s a kid in this fantastic magical toy shop.”

He could well be talking about his own approach to writing novels. When the two men eventually met, van der Aa suggested Mitchell call him the next time the author, who lives in Ireland, was in Amsterdam. The next time Mitchell was in Amsterdam, he told his Dutch editor — with typical British reticence — Welllll , maybe he shouldn’t call van der Aa. The man teaches, after all. He’s probably busy.

“I still remember my editor saying in this cold, steely voice,” Mitchell says with a laugh, “‘ Now don’t you do his thinking for him . I’ll call him and see if he’s busy.'”

When they did meet, the two men didn’t immediately launch into possible projects. They talked opera: what it could be, what it should be, going forward. And then Mitchell told van der Aa about a novel he’d been considering, part detective story, part diabolical fantasy.

Roderick Williams as video artist Toby Kramer (bottom) and Kate Miller-Heidke as Amber in the video above. Photo: Karen Almond.

In the opera, the story follows a video artist named Toby Kramer, who’s commissioned to shoot a documentary about two missing people, a software engineer and a party girl named Amber. The videomaker encounters a psychiatrist named Marinus who knows more than she lets on (a figure who pops up, in different forms, in several of Mitchell’s novels), and Toby discovers that the two missing people are trapped between life and death in a kind of way-station, an unreal garden hidden under an overpass. There have been videos before this point, but the gardenis where the 3D projectionskick in and operagoers need to put on their 3D glasses — as we’re told in a pre-show announcement.

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asked Oct 21 '13

How do I get Calc to increase the increment when dragging down? If I hold control down it prevents incrementing (a cool feature), but otherwise it decrements (the increment goes down). Thanks.

Forgot to mention, that I know that I can drag down one cell, change the incremented value to one more than the original value, select both cells and drag down to create the rest of the series, but this just seems like an unnecessary hassle.

answered Oct 22 '13

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You need to highlight the range first. Edit > Fill > Series... > select Series Type of "Growth" and set your Increment accordingly. You can assign this dialog to a hotkey if required ( Tools > Customize... > Category of "Edit" and Function of "Fill Series").

Thanks. Great tip. I find the decrement when dragging down is a bit of an odd default behavior. Thanks again.

It should not decrement, unless you have a pair of values selected that are decreasing. There is however a difference between a linear increment (2,4,6,8) and a growth increment (2,4,8,16).

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Alexander the Great once faced a huge obstacle. Literally. Bucephalus was one of the best horses in all of ancient Greece. A giantblack stallion, with black skin, endless endurance and an indomitable will, no one could tame Bucephalus.

Whenever someone approached him, Bucephalus would fight off the rider with fury. Alexander saw his weak spot and used it against him. He made Bucephalus run in a straight line, until he could run no more. Exhausted from using all itsenergy in an angry sprint, Alexander mounted the horse, and from that moment on, he and Bucephalus were an inseparable unit.

Just like in this story, or in science-fiction movies, where hugemonsters and gigantic creatures always have a fatal weak spot, the biggest obstacles in our lives often also have large weaknesses, which can be used against them .

the biggest obstacles in our lives often also have large weaknesses, which can be used against them

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had a really mean sergeant when he was in the army, who’d always treat him poorly and make fun of his name. One day, standing in line to get food, Jerry whispered into his ear: “I’m going to kill you.” Startled, his sergeant yelled at him. Jerry repeated: “One day, when you’re alone, I’m going to find you, and I’m going to kill you.” The sergeantcompletely lost it and hit Jerry in the face.

One complaint to the colonel later, the sergeant was gone. His anger and intolerance of cocky talk were his downfall.

All obstacles have weaknesses – you just have to look for them!

Once you have the right perspective and know which actions you should take, getting past your obstacle is a matter of will. Your will enables you to stay persistent and not give up before you eventually find the solution and can move past your problem.

The stoic advice on cultivating that will suggests you accept the things you can’t change, and instead focus on changing the things you do have control over.

accept the things you can’t change, and instead focus on changing the things you do have control over.

Natural events, other people’s choices and actions, sickness, death and economic ups and downs are all part of that first category – external factors. However, your emotions, judgements, attitudes, responses, reactions and decisions are all yours.

Take Thomas Edison, for example. When he was 67 years old, his entire laboratory burned down, including all of his experiments, prototypes, notes and research. Facing the facts he decided to start over, instead of mourning over a million dollar loss he could do nothing about. Once he’d “gotten rid of a lot of old rubbish”, as he called it, he could start fresh and ended up making $10 million in profit by the end of the nextyear.

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