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The Biology of B-Movie Monsters SESSION 2: A World Distorted Beyond Your Imagination SESSION 3: The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall SESSION 4: Terrors of the Deep SESSION 5: Giant Ants Attack! SESSION 6: The Fantastic World of Mr. Spielberg Michael C. Michael C. Copyright 2003 The University of Chicago. últimas publicadas | menéame Flixya - Share Videos, Photos, Blogs, Make Money The 50 Greatest Movie Monologues When I started compiling a list of my favorite monologues in movies, the list continued to expand and expand and expand to the point where it got a little ridiculous. So the first thing I tried to cut out was any monologues that were parts of voice-over work. That removed a lot of entries, but I still found myself with around 70 movies. The bottom line is if I were to do this list all over again there may be ten or so movies that are interchanged with the ones I selected here. Here are 50 of the best monologues I’ve ever seen in the movies. Note: the following clips have pervasive bad language and adult themes. 1. Key moment: “Our knowledge has made us cynical; our cleverness, hard and unkind. 2. We make a big deal today of Russell Crowe being surly, but Shaw was one mean S.O.B. Key moment: “You know the thing about a shark, he’s got lifeless eyes. 3. Key moment: “The Nazis are the enemy. 4. Key moment: “Put. 5. Key moment: “You have meddled with the primal forces of nature, Mr. 6. 7.

Project collaboration, management, and task software: Basecamp Funny Videos, Funny Clips & Funny Pictures | Steve Krug and Lou Rosenfeld Lou Rosenfeld is an independent information architecture consultant. He has been instrumental in helping establish the field of information architecture, and in articulating the role and value of librarianship within the field. As a graduate student in library and information studies in the late 1980s, Lou became convinced that the skills of librarians were grossly undervalued — in the coming information explosion, who else would supply the skills of organizing, classifying and labeling information? As the Web sped that explosion along, Lou realized that additional skills and perspectives were required to develop coherent, intuitive structures — information architectures — that made web content accessible to users. Lou served as Argus' president from 1994-2001. Named a "Technology Pioneer" by Crain's Detroit Business, Lou served as lead information architect on projects for such clients as AT&T, Borders Books & Music, Chrysler Corporation, Dow Chemical, and SIGGRAPH.

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