Monthly Archives: January 2005

Clube de Leituras: “Crime e Castigo”

Terminei Crime e Castigo agora a pouco. Li até a última página e todas as notas de rodapé. Primeira impressão: adorei do livro e detestei o final. Esperava tudo, menos aquele final bonito onde há o arrependimento sincero, o renascimento … Continue reading

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Honoré Daumier

The French caricaturist Honoré Daumier was also painter and sculptor. His works are an amazing visual critic and registry of French society of the XIX century. The Parisian public rightly admired Honoré Daumier as the newspaper caricaturist who so perceptively … Continue reading

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A software that allows you to browse the web with other people: Jybe. The idea sounds good but I haven’t tested it. Any volunteers? Jybe lets you browse the web in real-time with friends, family and business partners. Jybe works … Continue reading

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de Luikerwaal

de Luikerwaal: Magic Lantern site. The pre-history of the cinema through the Magic Lantern history. A fantastic site with lots of images of magic lanterns, slides, catalogues and documents divide by area and many information about it. Don’t forgot to … Continue reading

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How Wiki works

How Wiki works: a flash video explaning how an article is built on Wikipedia. (via GeekPress)

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Web inventor is ‘Greatest Briton’

Tim Berners-Lee Tim Berners-Lee Tim Berners-Lee is the inventor of the world wide web and director of the World Wide Web Consortium is the Greatest Briton of 2004. All the story on BBC. (via Slashdot)

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Alastair McNaughton

Alastair McNaughton Photography: photos from Australia, Cuba, Morocco, Vietnam, Africa, Burma, India and Europe. Beautiful black and white images.

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Golden Age Romance Comics

The Archive of Golden Age Romance Comics: A resource for scholars and fans interested in golden era romance comics, containing full scans of issues. (via growabrain)

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Raoul Gradvohl Burlesque

Raoul Gradvohl Burlesque The Gradvohl portfolio includes studio portraits of young couples, men in military uniforms and women in pompadours. Featured in this web project are selected examples of Gradvohl’s studio portraits of burlesque entertainers who performed at the nearby … Continue reading

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Revolution and Commerce

Revolution and Commerce: The Legacy of Korda’s Portrait of Che Guevara. Artefacts, paintings, posters, photos and illustrations based on the original Korda’s photo. The portrait of Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara’, Guerrillo Heroico, photographed by Alberto Díaz Korda on March 5, 1960, … Continue reading

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