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dinsdag, oktober 19, 2004

abandoned-places 

Old buildings, abandoned hospitals, industrial palaces overgrown with plants and trees, the remaining walls decorated with graffiti, smashed windows, rain dripping through the roof...
These places have become hard to find, difficult (or illegal) to access, dangerous to explore ... great to spend the day !

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Today, the pyramids of the industrial revolution just uselessly stand in the way, they're a scar in the landscape. The deafening noises have been replaced by silence, but if you listen carefully they will tell you their story.

Abandoned hospitals where you can still smell the anxiety of the ill, where you can hear the coughing of the TBC infected and where once doctors and nurses walked through the shiny corridors.

A 100 years old hotel, standing proudly at the waterfront, arrogantly overlooking the beach and fiercely withstanding all the storms of the past century, a decayed symbol of wealth for the rich.

Why are abandoned places so attractive ?

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www.abandoned-places.com

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donderdag, oktober 14, 2004

Fixing Shadows: Still Photography 

"Fixing shadows consists of a set of pages devoted to photographic topics including the work of individual photographers and photographs of historical and ethnographic interest and value. We also want to develop pages devoted to family photography and to miscellaneous 'found' photographs that catch our fancy. "

Fixing Shadows: Still Photography

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History of Tea 

What is Tea?
The southwestern part of China is the native place of tea trees in the world and Yunnan province is the center of China�s tea tree origination. Then it was developed mainly in Canton(Guangdong, or Kwangtung, or Kuang-tung) and Fukien(Fujian) regions.

History of Tea

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Wat wil jij leren? 


"Een webgids met de beste kennisbronnen over allerlei onderwerpen. Artikelen, handleidingen, online boeken en inhoudelijke websites.
Gratis online cursussen voor studie en werk: solliciteren, freelancen, professionele en sociale vaardigheden. "

Wat wil jij leren?

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woensdag, oktober 13, 2004

Bureau of Dissonant Culture Index & Radio 



The BDC Index is the homepage that links you to all of the BDC's websites & blogs

Bureau of Dissonant Culture Index



DISSONANT RADIO is the Bureau of Dissonant Culture’s FREE internet radio station @ live365.com.
All you need to do to tune in to DISSONANT RADIO is sign up for a free membership and have a high-speed internet connection (Cable/DSL).


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carloserra 

c*s fotolog

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dinsdag, oktober 12, 2004

rabbitscantbesick 

I love this minimal concept

being spontanious is the root of all knowledgeable ideas, it all started with a birthday present wich we didnt have enough money to have get gift wrapped, we wroted messages over the present wich was by this time concealed by brown parcel paper and scotch tape. After the present was recieved by the birthday girl we continued to elaborate messages onto brown paper, and as we are both graffiti artists also, decided to place them in the best home, the streets. do not fuel yourself with falicy or pladurism, stay true to what you belive and allways be yourself, take whatever you want from our project, if you like it thats fine, if you hate it thats fine also. we enjoy everyones feedback and have never been into name calling. thankyou for your time because,
rabitscantbesick x


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... @tempting ... 



fotolog leo59...

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JahSonic.com, a Vocabulary of Culture 

A nobrow site for the loftiest of intellectuals and the most jaded hedonists, exploring the hidden links between "mainstream" and "underground" in movies, books and music

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Bohème Magazine Online 



An Online Magazine of Arts, Literature and Subversion


Boheme is a monthly publication, free for all of its readers, dedicated to arts, literature and opinion. Each month, we will explore literature, cinema, music, theatre and the visual arts of yesterday, today and tomorrow with a point of view not found elsewhere. We want to expose the reader to less-known art forms and experimental new styles.


Volume II, Issue 6 October 2004
"What is done out of love always takes place beyond good and evil."
FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE


COVER ARTIST:
Eamon Graham
SUBVERSION:
Art? Anti-Art!
BOHÈMIAN POSTCARDS:
Arizona and the Grand Canyon
THEORY:
The Bohème Manifesto
ART HISTORY:
Classicism

VISUAL ART:
Aboubacar Diané
LITERATURE:
The Picture of Dorian Gray
BOHÈME LITERATURE:
Eamon Graham, Sabrina Laurent, Yahya Abdal-Aziz and Mina
ORIGINAL LITERATURE:
Brother DeBuff, J.D. Nelson, Victoria McCabe
and Uma Mahadevan-Dasgupta
And much more...



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Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 

"The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been established by
WMO and UNEP to assess scientific, technical and socio- economic information relevant for the understanding of climate change, its potential impacts and options for
adaptation and mitigation. It is open to all Members of the UN and of WMO."

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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Tracking Koalas From Space 

The University of Queensland and mining company Rio Tinto Coal Australia (RTCA) are using satellite technology to track koalas from space. Their partnership, Koala Venture, started about 15 years ago to study the habitat and diet of the koalas living near the Blair Athol Mine. In a new stage of the partnership, koalas will be fitted with special satellite tracking collars. They hope to understand the way a koala sees its surroundings, and of course to better manage the koala population, their safety and security. Apparently, these koalas are lucky, because other studies say that they could be extinct in 15 years.

Tracking Koalas From Space

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vrijdag, oktober 08, 2004

All of slö's tags. 

This is a list of all the tags that slö has associated with photos. You can also search through multiple tags if you like.

1 17
2004
abcparade alone ana anarchy angles animal anorak antistresspoweet antwerpen arch art artist artists ateliers aum autognomon autumn
bank bbq beatsrus beer bertlezy bike bird birthday blink blue blues bluescreen blur bollen bord borgerhout bottle box branderij brasil brasilian broken broom brown brussel bruxelles buildings buis bus
cafe cake calimero can capoeira car cats chantal chaos child children chips church city cityhall cleaning click close closed closeup clouds cobra coffee collective color colors connection corner cross crossing crown culturalcenter curl
damfatale dammer damplein dance dans darcyribeiro davidbovee debris deconstruction dentist deschaaf dive djuna dodecaeder dodecahedron dog door dotremont drawing dre dry
earphones eat emma energy engeneers entrance erwin escape exhibition eyes
face factor44 fashion feet fence festival fingertips fish flesh flou flowers food forgotten fountain framed fruit future
gallery garden gergely girl graffity green greet grey groenenhoek groenten grotemarkt guerillaland gutter
hairshave hand hands handschoenmarkt happening head herman hobo house
icecream icosaeder icosahedron innocence installation iron
jamalheurs jan janhoen jourfixe joyouscosmology jump
kaasstraat kerkstraat kids kievit kitchen klooster knees koen kop kraakpand kruk krul
lach lakrooniek lambermontmartre lamp latin laundry leaves legs locked logogram ludomich luik
maarten mailbox market meir mendes metro milleke minimal mirror mode monks monument mosaic motorbike move multiculture munpie muntplein music
nature night nonose notitleyet
o obstacle ocmw om one opening orange
painting paraplu park party patrache pavement peace pekfabriek people percussion performance phone photographer pigeons pipi plant plate ploegstraat poet poetry point portal portrait portret portugal post power prism public
quintosol
rain rainbow raincoat rainpipe rats red reflection rehearsal religion rhythm rika roadworks roma roof run
sacha sandwich sandwichbar sculpture seefhoek selfportrait shadow shame shoes shop sigaret sign sintandries sky skysalad smile social spy square stairs stand station step stichting stichtingzondag stickers stone straatsalaat street streetart streetsalad strip striped stuivenbergplein summer suncenter sunflowers sunny
talk tania tape taxus teamwork teeth telefon telephone television tent ticket tiles tolerantwerpen tommeke touwstraat town toys traffic tram trapped travel trees tropical tube turn
umbrella underground underweb
v vercammen
waiting walk walking wall wapper warm water wayout wc werelburger wheelchair white window wonderbar wood works world wout
yellow you
zebra zen zero zip zita zondag zonnebank

All of slö's tags.

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donderdag, oktober 07, 2004

Aysia Danielle Polk: Who's Nabil ?????????? 

"Nabil is 16 yers old and he is in the 5th garde in highscool. The grades are different in iraq. Nabil is a boy that just wants to have fun, he loves playing games and his favorite sports are football/soccer and wrestling. He loves playing video games so it seems as if nothing really matters to him but he does still care about making good marks in school. He currently lives in bagdad, Iraq. Nabils English is not that strong. you can tell by the way he writes. He likes to be with his friends and it seems as if he's not that much into girls. "

Aysia Danielle Polk: Who's Nabil ??????????

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Guardian Unlimited | Online | Spilling the beans 

Revelations about public services are exploding in anonymous weblogs. Jim McClellan reports on the rise of 'personal media'
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a new group of anonymous webloggers has emerged en masse, but this time they are covering more mundane territory. Job blogs bring frontline news from the modern workplace, documenting its stupid routines, petty frustrations and inane management-speak.
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Guardian Unlimited | Online | Spilling the beans

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woensdag, oktober 06, 2004

Arnold Schönberg Center 




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Front 242 - Video Vault 

Front 242 - Video Vault

much more in the archives

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Are you ready to meet yourself? Welcome Home :-) 

Are you ready to meet yourself? Welcome Home :-)

prayers for peace

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The Language Construction Kit 

This set of webpages (what's a set of webpages? a webchapter?) is intended for anyone who wants to create artificial languages-- for a fantasy or an alien world, as a hobby, as an interlanguage. It presents linguistically sound methods for creating naturalistic languages-- which can be reversed to create non-naturalistic languages. It suggests further reading for those who want to know more, and shortcuts for those who want to know less.
--Mark Rosenfelder


The Language Construction Kit

see also: How to create a language
by Pablo David Flores

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