The Story of Film: An Odyssey The series was broadcast in September 2011 on More4, the digital television service of UK broadcaster Channel 4. The Story of Film was also featured in its entirety at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival, and it was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in February 2012. It was broadcast in the United States on Turner Classic Movies beginning in September 2013. List of episodes [sans titre] unlimitedtrashworks: ecstaticunicorns: channellingebert: kylos-knight: goldenheartedrose:
References References Texts Arnett, J.J. (1995). 31 French movies to watch. (March Edition) + Where to watch these movies online Reading time: 10 minutes Ready for another helping of French movies? For March, I have prepared a special menu for all fans of French cinéma. Juicy films dished out by cream of the crop directors. Just the right pinch of action, thriller, hot-blooded drama and a huge slice of eye-catching cinematography. Feminist Disney hmmm this is an interesting continuation of the “how to let kids be kids” argument from yesterday. I get what you’re saying but I also think there is a LOT going on in that moment, and once again, the solution of “just act like you can’t see your kids and let them do whatever they want” is sort of ignoring the overarching social context that kids are never removed from, even if we think they should be. I haven’t seen the special and the referencing is likely too vague for me to find it among a hundred clips of her, so I will infer that
3 Ways To Add Speech Control To Arduino Projects Advertisement I’m really starting to love my Arduino lately; having gone through the basic tutorials and even made an LED cube, I was ready to tackle something far more complex. Fortunately, speech controlling an Arduino project really isn’t as complex as I’d thought – so here are 3 distinctly different approaches you can take. Using OSX Automator and Speakable Items One way we can do this is utilizing the existing speech command utilities built into OSX; setting up custom commands to trigger Automator actions is simple. (If you’re unfamiliar with Automator, download our free PDF guide to automating your Mac!)
The top 50 Greatest Films of All Time from our September 2012 issue Introduction Ian Christie rings in the changes in our biggest-ever poll. And the loser is – Citizen Kane. After 50 years at the top of the Sight & Sound poll, Orson Welles’s debut film has been convincingly ousted by Alfred Hitchcock’s 45th feature Vertigo – and by a whopping 34 votes, compared with the mere five that separated them a decade ago. prenez ce couteau adayinthelesbianlife: Carrie (1976) “Whether she’s volunteering to take her sister’s place in the arena or grooming her son to lead the resistance; gunning down the gangsters who sell drugs to the kids in her neighborhood or swinging swords to avenge her daughter, the “strong female character” is often stirred by a maternal concern, a quintessential desire to preserve her community, to protect the weak and vulnerable. Her bad-assery must be in the service of a greater good. Even when she’s more ethically complex (like the Bride, who begrudgingly admits that all the people she killed to get to her daughter, “felt good”), she never takes a place at the table of Walter White’s grand epiphany: “I did it for me.”Carrie does what Beatrix Kiddo and Ellen Ripley and Katniss Everdeen don’t: She does it for herself.
Speech Recognition and Synthesis with Arduino - Arduino Project Hub In my previous project, I showed how to control a few LEDs using an Arduino board and BitVoicer Server. In this project, I am going to make things a little more complicated. I am also going to synthesize speech using the Arduino DUE digital-to-analog converter (DAC). If you do not have an Arduino DUE, you can use other Arduino boards, but you will need an external DAC and some additional code to operate the DAC (the BVSSpeaker library will not help you with that).
gemma correll's tumblr of things and stuff i'm a big fan of your work, but one of your pieces is anti Semitic. "the many faces of a woman at rest" features "resting witch face" and the witch has been depicted with a large nose. the idea of witches having large noses is actually a link to the stereotype of jewish people having large noses, and therefore depicting witches like this is anti semitic due to it's connotations. i love what you do, but please could you alter the witch? I appreciate your respectful response, but as far as I can tell, the witch appearance in European folklore comes more from a fear of aging (particularly female aging) and misogynistic sentiment than anti-Semitism. The large nose was a sign of aging which signified “ugliness” (as well as the green colour of the face and general appearance of the witch in comparison to the young, virginal idealised woman) and therefore “evil” - because of course, old=ugly=bad (so not much has changed, really).