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Sketch record of Paris buildings & street scenes from the 2nd half of the 19th century Title: Vieille enseigne à l'ours rue du faugourg St Antoine n° 95Designed by: Jules-Adolphe ChauvetDate: 1894Collection Chauvet. Dessins sur Paris et ses environs, Paris (France) -- 11ème ArrondissementFormat: dess. sur calque appliqué : plume et encre, aquarelle ; 24,4 x 15,5 cmSource: Bibliothèque nationale de France, département Estampes et photographie Title: Un coin de la cour des Prévots, rue CharlemagneDesigned by: Jules-Adolphe ChauvetDate: 1890sCollection Chauvet. Dessins sur Paris et ses environs, Paris (France) -- 2ème et 3ème arrondissements Format: dessin sur papier beige : crayon, lavis d'encre brune, rehauts de gouache rose ; 24,9 x 14,3 cmSource: Bibliothèque nationale de France, département Estampes et photographie

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The Economics of Blogging and The Huffington Post When The Huffington Post announced earlier this week that it was being acquired by AOL for $315 million in cash and stock, one group felt slighted: a set of unpaid bloggers for the site, identifying by the Twitter hashtag #huffpuff, which claims that The Huffington Post has “built a blog-empire on the backs of thousands of citizen journalists.” Some analyses in the mainstream media have echoed these sentiments. “To grasp The Huffington Post’s business model,” wrote the Los Angeles Times’s Tim Rutten, “picture a galley rowed by slaves and commanded by pirates.” The Economics of Blogging and The Huffington Post
Thoughtomics! Hello and welcome to Thoughtomics! My name is Lucas Brouwers. I am a Dutch science writer with a background in molecular biology and bioinformatics. After obtaining my MSc degree Radboud University in Nijmegen, I decided that a science career is not for me. I am currently employed by a Dutch daily newspaper where I write about biology. Thoughtomics is a blog about evolution. Thoughtomics!
Mídias Sociais Uma piada antiga diz que, quando há relâmpagos no céu, os argentinos olham para cima e sorriem, porque Deus está tirando fotos deles com flash. A brincadeira, que faz parte do relicário brasileiro de piadas sobre a ambição dos vizinhos hermanos, pode ter um quê de verdade. Pelo menos em se tratando de um argentino específico, ele está olhando para o alto e sorrindo. Domingo Montanaro, 31 anos, quer chegar lá e já tem motivos para acreditar que isso será possível. Montanaro acaba de lançar, no prestigiado SXSW — evento de música, cinema e tecnologia no Texas (EUA) onde despontaram Foursquare e Twitter — a rede social Gabstr, e já anunciou, sem modéstia, que pretende que sua criação seja um futuro Twitter ou Whatsapp, mirando o sucesso de Mark Zuckerberg e o Facebook. Em 15 dias, o número de usuários já chegou a 1.500. Mídias Sociais