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How to Monetize Curated Content: Robin Good, Part 2. Dez filmes inspirados no teatro. Na semana de estreia do filme ‘Miss Julie’, adaptação de uma peça de Strindberg, propomos um olhar por dez filmes que tiveram também como ponto de partida um texto criado para o teatro.

Dez filmes inspirados no teatro

Aerial Wallpapers. The Conversation: In-depth analysis, research, news and ideas from leading academics and researchers. ZENTROPA. "Letras Não São Tretas!" _ - a vida na óptica do utilizador. Pandas against boredom! - Part 3. Orphaned Baby Rhino Recovers From Gunshot Wound To The Head And Loves Running With Rescuers South African poachers left Shangi, a white rhino, with a bullet wound to her head.

pandas against boredom! - Part 3

Brave rescuers nurse her back to health, and the results are beautiful!... Blogs - Adam Curtis - BUGGER. Hora de massagear seu cérebro: Piada Renascentista. Scorpion dagger. Machina Speculatrix. Averted Imagination. Corta-fitas. N+1. SparkNotes: Today's Most Popular Study Guides. Pacific Standard - Politics, Health, Economy, Environment, Culture, Education. Why Americans Are the Weirdest People in the World.

In the Summer of 1995, a young graduate student in anthropology at UCLA named Joe Henrich traveled to Peru to carry out some fieldwork among the Machiguenga, an indigenous people who live north of Machu Picchu in the Amazon basin.

Why Americans Are the Weirdest People in the World

The Machiguenga had traditionally been horticulturalists who lived in single-family, thatch-roofed houses in small hamlets composed of clusters of extended families. For sustenance, they relied on local game and produce from small-scale farming. They shared with their kin but rarely traded with outside groups. Evidence-based political blogging. Five progressive things done by the governments of Margaret Thatcher. There are plenty of things Margaret Thatcher did which progressives are right to have opposed.

Five progressive things done by the governments of Margaret Thatcher

Support for Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet abroad, the casual disregard her government showed to the unemployed at home, the emasculation of local government and the introduction of Section 28 to name but a few. She also brought in a few progressive measures, though. Here are five: The abolition of corporal punishment. Under Margaret Thatcher’s government corporal punishment was abolished in 1986. This entry was posted in Good Society and tagged AIDS, cfcs, Europe, margaret thatcher dead. Blogs - Adam Curtis. Anarcho-Capitalism: So Crazy, It Just Might Work! George Mason University economist, and advocate of anarcho-capitalism, Bryan Caplan explains why details of the ideological history of human attitudes toward methods and techniques of government show that ideas that almost everyone dismisses offhand as nutty and impossible can and in fact have come to dominate our political culture.

Anarcho-Capitalism: So Crazy, It Just Might Work!

I mean, you think anarcho-capitalism is crazy? Imagine how people used to react to democracy? Let Caplan explain: Imagine advocating democracy a thousand years ago. GigaOM. The pros and cons of newspaper paywalls: a Twitter debate. Debates over newspaper paywalls break out all the time, but not all of them involve a former Dow Jones chief executive, a former Wall Street Journal publisher, the current head of the Wall Street Journal‘s digital arm, the president of BuzzFeed and media writers for Bloomberg and All Things Digital.

The pros and cons of newspaper paywalls: a Twitter debate

Just such a debate broke out on Sunday, however, and you can check out an edited version of it below (or there’s also a Storify version.) I started things off with a critical tweet about a Bloomberg story by Edmund Lee on how the New York Times paywall was working “better than anyone had guessed,” which I contrasted with a post of mine about the decline in traffic to the NYT site (as measured by comScore) and what appeared to be a corresponding decline in advertising revenue — including digital revenue. Edmund responded that his story said circulation revenue has made up for the shortfall in ad revenue. . GreyCoder - How To Be Private Online. The Best VPN Services Of 2012 — GreyCoder. Aeon Magazine – the digital magazine of ideas and culture. Hanna Pickard – Why do people become addicts? Sarah started using heroin when she was 16, and soon after that she left home to live with her dealer.

Hanna Pickard – Why do people become addicts?

The Atlantic — News and analysis on politics, business, culture, technology, national, international, and life – How Memes Are Orchestrated by the Man - Kevin Ashton. Corporations had more to to with the popularity of the Harlem Shake than you or I did.

How Memes Are Orchestrated by the Man - Kevin Ashton

Google's trend charts of the phrase "Harlem Shake" are seismic. No one looked for the words until Feb. 7, then searches surged faster than any term Google ever had, except for "Whitney Houston" after her death. A few weeks later, they fell close to zero. How Not to Die - Jonathan Rauch. New Statesman - Britain's Current Affairs & Politics Magazine. Hungary is no longer a democracy. It is now a fact: Hungary is no longer a democracy.

Hungary is no longer a democracy

President János Áder has just signed the implementation decrees for new constitutional reforms that wipe out what was left of opposition forces against the government. More particularly, the Constitutional Court is no longer allowed to give its opinion about the content of laws and to refer to its own case-law – which results in the loss of almost all monitoring power on the legislature and the executive. Addicting Info. Home. Alternative News and Information. History, Travel, Arts, Science, People, Places.