El peculiar experimento que logró moderar a 'halcones' israelíes. Uno de los ejemplos más claros de debate enconado, de controversia infinita, es la que rodea al conflicto entre palestinos e israelíes.
En numerosas ocasiones se ha tomado como paradigma, o como parodia, de problema irresoluble. Moderar las posturas de los extremistas, dadas las circunstancias, parece casi milagroso. Sin embargo, unos investigadores de varias universidades israelíes han descubierto un pequeño truco que puede ayudar a limar los argumentos más radicales en este y otros contextos: la reducción al absurdo. Durante seis semanas, sometieron a sus habitantes a esta campaña, con carteles por las calles y anuncios extendidos por la web En uno de los momentos más caldeados del conflicto, el pasado mes de septiembre de 2015, este grupo de científicos decidió intervenir en una pequeña ciudad del centro de Israel, conocida por su alto índice de voto hacia las opciones más derechistas del espectro político.
Metamagical Themas, Hofstadter. Dimitris Papaioannou - Official Site. Stage 28th. Elegy for a Dead World. In Elegy for a Dead World, you travel to distant planets and create stories about the people who once lived there.
Three portals have opened to uncharted worlds. Earth has sent a team of explorers to investigate them, but after an accident, you are the sole survivor. Your mission remains the same: survey these worlds and write the only accounts of them that outsiders will ever know. The game is out now on Windows, Mac, and Linux on Steam. We created Elegy so that everyone can write. As you encounter these elements, Elegy will cue you with a series of writing prompts. There are many stories to write and many places to visit, from the crumbling museum, stone faces and sweltering plains of Shelley’s World to the central planning station on Keats’ World to the desiccated shores and frigid tundra of Byron’s World.
Each world offers multiple sets of prompts, each intended to inspire you to write a different story about it. Selected preview articles and other mentions:
Magnets. Roberto biadi on Behance. How To Make an Animated GIF with Photoshop. If a picture says a thousand words, then an animated GIF probably says 10,000.
Fifty thousand? A million? It depends on the number of frames you’re using; don’t overanalyze the metaphor! The point is GIFs are amazing. They’re like the flip books of the internet — great for conveying thoughts and emotions that words can’t describe, showcasing the antics of your adorable household pets, making abstract art, or just giving you a good chuckle. Related: Making an animated GIF is easier than you think with these websites and apps But this might be preaching to the choir. How to make an animated GIFs using video (Photoshop) Before we dive right into the tutorial, we should address the elephant in the room. Step 1 — Find a good video sequence with which you want to make a GIF. Step 2 — Download/upload the video clip you’ve chosen to your desktop. Step 3 — Open the video with Photoshop. Step 4 — Mess with the settings. All of these settings can be tweaked to make your GIF smaller.
How To Make Animated GIF Images. Animated GIF images are a great way to attract attention to certain parts of your site, create simple but effective banner ads, or simply have fun.
Memorializing your favorite scenes from movies in GIF format is a riot. However, there are not very many good GIF editing programs available for free. Those which are available for free usually have some pretty hefty strings attached, such automatically placing a watermark on the image or requiring that the image size be below some ridiculous standard. Those animated .GIF programs which are truly free are usually web-based GIF maker apps, not tools which exist on your computer.
Luckily there is a powerful tool for creating animated .GIF images which doesn’t cost a dime. Step 1: Starting Your GIF. Manifestos. Manifestos are written during the night with a couple of friends at fever pitch and halfway to the moon with mosque lamps for eyes.
They’re not written on the street but in private apartments, hotel rooms and restaurants. And they’re not written by the masses; they’re written by little gangs who congregate to thrash out their revolutionary ideas across worn Persian carpets. These little gangs are fueled by endless mugs of coffee; they carry the discussion to the farthest limits of logic; and they end up with a little pile of paper on which is scrawled an insane agreement. Throughout the history of the Manifesto each little gang of writers has stood alone, stood out and stood up for something, like lighthouses or (as the Futurists said) like advance guards. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels wrote the Communist Manifesto together in different cities. Filippo Tommaso Marinetti wrote the Futurist Manifesto in a parked car on a road trip with a few literary young guns.
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