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BINARYTHIS | EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT GENDER BUT WERE TOO AFRAID TO ASK Though many Canberrans hate the art scheme, magpies on the other hand are huge fans In Canberra we have a penchant for statues. There’s publicly-commissioned bronze on every street corner, from sheep showing you their bits to creepy parcels : if there’s a patch of spare land we’re not developing, you’ll bet we’ll be putting art on it. But some residents aren’t fans of local government spending on this kind of thing. If art is often a case of “you love it or you hate it”, it seems Canberrans more often fall on the “hate” side of the coin. I myself distinctly remember a time when I used to complain about our use of public art funding. BINARYTHIS | EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT GENDER BUT WERE TOO AFRAID TO ASK
Following hot on the heels of Foucault Explained with Hipsters , here’s JB’s Gender Trouble explained in Socratic dialogue style. With cats. All page references from Butler, J. (1990 [2008: 1999]). Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity . New York; London: Routledge. Judith Butler Explained with Cats | BINARYTHIS Judith Butler Explained with Cats | BINARYTHIS
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A Narcissist’s Love Letter When I say I’m in love with you, I mean I love the way I feel when I’m with you. I love myself through you. I love seeing myself through your eyes. I love seeing myself through my eyes imagining how I look through your eyes. I love having someone new to tell my stories to, to express my opinions, and to share my profound theories and beliefs about the important things in life. A Narcissist’s Love Letter
Joker's next move will shock Bat-fans "Batman" #17, due out Wednesday, February 13, wraps up "Death of the Family," a months-long story arc in all of the "Batman"-related comic books, in which The Joker has gone after Batman by threatening and capturing his friends and allies, members of his Bat-"family." Writer Scott Snyder unleashes a climactic bombshell, a final confrontation between The Joker and the Dark Knight. (DC Comics is owned by Time Warner, which owns CNN.) The title of the story echoes 1988's "A Death in the Family," which told the story of The Joker's brutal murder of the second Robin, Jason Todd. The following exclusive look at the first few pages of the story contains spoilers, as well as artwork which some might find disturbing. The last we saw of Batman, he was placed in an electric chair by The Joker and the power was switched on. Joker's next move will shock Bat-fans
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Aerial Photos of Giant Google-Funded Solar Farm Caught in Green Energy Debate | Raw File One big problem with renewable energy projects is that they have to go somewhere. They have to occupy a part of the very environment that their proponents are often trying to save. Photographer Jamey Stillings beautifully captures this tension in his images of the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System (ISEGS). Aerial Photos of Giant Google-Funded Solar Farm Caught in Green Energy Debate | Raw File
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I Like Your Flaws I like how you mispronounce words sometimes, how you fumble and stammer and stutter looking for the right ones to say and the right ways to say them. I appreciate that you find language challenging, because it is, because everything manmade is challenging. Including man, including you. When you sleep on your side, I like to map the constellations between your beauty marks freckles pimples, the minuscule mountains that sprinkle your back.

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the online 'museum of endangered sounds' preserves the endangered and extinct sounds of archaic technology created by american brendan chilcutt, the 'museum of endangered sounds' is an online archive of the archaic noises of technology: the connecting of 56k modems, loading of VCRs, and operators of payphones. additional clips include a skipping CD and the gameplay music of 'mind maze' (the quiz game built into early versions of microsoft encarta). currently the 'museum of endangered sounds' features fifteen 'exhibits', but chilcutt plans to add more. eventually he intends to develop a markup language to encode the sounds as binary compositions, preserving them for future generations. museum of endangered sounds
'washit' by ahmet burak aktas, salih berk ilhan, adem onalan, burak soylemez of turkeygrand prize winner the theme for this year's hansgrohe prize focused on the topic of making the act of showering a more pleasurable and 'greener' experience. held in connection with the international iF concept design award for young talent, out of the vast number of entries submitted 150 shortlisted projects were evaluated by a jury; andreas haug, phonex design, stuttgart; jan heisterhagen and dr. carsten tessmer, both of hansgrohe SE, schiltach who awarded the following prizes to six international teams: top entry, 'iWashit' designed by ahmet burak aktas, salih berk ilhan, adem onalan, burak soylemez of turkey is a shower / washing machine combination. iF design award 2012 - hansgrohe prize winners

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