Monthly Archives: January 2009

The blood of Dresden – Times Online

Stumbleupon Review of : Dresden, a beautiful city, built in the art spirit, symbol of an admirable heritage, so antiNazi that Hitler visited it but twice during his whole reign, food and hospital centre so bitterly needed now — … Continue reading

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Stumbleupon Review of : Television. I luvs it. [youtube][/youtube]

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Stumbleupon Review of : With the application of relentless logic Macpherson illustrates, and in some cases shores up, the postulates of Hobbes, Harrington, the Levellers, and Locke. Primarily he shows that their epistemological basis is overgeneralised, and that they … Continue reading

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YouTube – The Crystal Cube 1/4

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Kranzbergs laws of technology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Stumbleupon Review of : Melvin Kranzberg’s six laws of technology state: 1st – Technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral. 2nd – Invention is the mother of necessity. 3rd – Technology comes in packages, big and … Continue reading

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Stumbleupon Review of : 5 Umbrellas – Pamela Viola

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Figurative Art

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44 presidents coming

Stumbleupon Review of : Just like But with drawings–of U.S. presidents. If you visit one site that makes you want to tear the imagination centres of your brain out through your eye-sockets this year, visit this one!

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Wow, fiction works!—By Colson Whitehead (Harpers Magazine)

Stumbleupon Review of : The bookstores are too full today of writers who have nothing to say. If there is nothing at stake for the characters, then nothing can be at stake for the reader. The writer of fiction … Continue reading

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Sherlock Holmes and case of the climate bandwagon & Greenfyre’s

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