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    coverjunkie:

Russia & Putin

I developed a love-hate relationship with Economist Magazine, love this one.
Their artwork is not really smooth (too say the least) but hey, thats their visual language, they def wanna create something different each week!

    coverjunkie:

    Russia & Putin

    I developed a love-hate relationship with Economist Magazine, love this one.
    Their artwork is not really smooth (too say the least) but hey, thats their visual language, they def wanna create something different each week!

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    Articles: I Know You Got Soul: The Trouble With Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Chart

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    A new methodology has rendered Billboard’s R&B chart a shell of its former self, replete with dubious racial and cultural …
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    — 14 hours ago
    cinephilearchive:

Film archive British Pathé has released its entire collection to YouTube, making more than 85,000 rare 20th Century videos available to the public. History enthusiasts are now able to browse more than 3,500 hours of some of the most significant moments of the last century. Included in the vast release is unique footage of both World Wars, the Titantic, boxing legend Muhammed Ali and England’s glorious 1966 World Cup victory over Germany.

British Pathé says the films, which span from 1896 to 1976, cover every aspect of global culture and news. The archive’s general manager, Alastair White, told Sky News: “British Pathé is considered to be the finest news reel archive in the world. We decided to publish our entire archive to YouTube to ensure the maximum number of people can enjoy viewing British Pathé films.” The YouTube channel has been set up in collaboration with the German company Mediakraft Networks, an online television network.

Although the videos were previously available on the British Pathé website, it is the first time they have been made accessible for browsing and sharing. In a joint statement, British Pathé and Mediakraft said the project was set up to allow students, teachers and journalists to view, share and embed the high-resolution videos. It said the footage “paints vivid pictures of almost forgotten lifestyles, peculiar technical inventions and everyday life that British Pathé presented in newsreels, cinemagazines, and documentaries.” —British Pathé Publishes Archive On YouTube

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    cinephilearchive:

    Film archive British Pathé has released its entire collection to YouTube, making more than 85,000 rare 20th Century videos available to the public. History enthusiasts are now able to browse more than 3,500 hours of some of the most significant moments of the last century. Included in the vast release is unique footage of both World Wars, the Titantic, boxing legend Muhammed Ali and England’s glorious 1966 World Cup victory over Germany.

    British Pathé says the films, which span from 1896 to 1976, cover every aspect of global culture and news. The archive’s general manager, Alastair White, told Sky News: “British Pathé is considered to be the finest news reel archive in the world. We decided to publish our entire archive to YouTube to ensure the maximum number of people can enjoy viewing British Pathé films.” The YouTube channel has been set up in collaboration with the German company Mediakraft Networks, an online television network.

    Although the videos were previously available on the British Pathé website, it is the first time they have been made accessible for browsing and sharing. In a joint statement, British Pathé and Mediakraft said the project was set up to allow students, teachers and journalists to view, share and embed the high-resolution videos. It said the footage “paints vivid pictures of almost forgotten lifestyles, peculiar technical inventions and everyday life that British Pathé presented in newsreels, cinemagazines, and documentaries.” —British Pathé Publishes Archive On YouTube

    For more film related items throughout the day, follow Cinephilia & Beyond on Twitter. Get Cinephilia & Beyond in your inbox by signing in. You can also follow our RSS feed. Please use our Google Custom Search for better results. If you enjoy Cinephilia & Beyond, please consider making a small donation to keep it going:

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    fallontonight:

    Jerry Seinfeld was the first comedian to perform standup on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon! Take a look at his set here!

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    "You need a great talent to know what you shouldn’t write."
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    The Lego Movie’s Cloud Cuckoo Palace: Some assembly required

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    A Lego Movie playset reveals much about its inspiration, and how we play.

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    TOP 10 des prix de festivals les plus controversés | Accréds l’actualité des festivals de cinéma

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    Les sorties salles rapprochées de Her et de Sacro GRA invitent à mettre en exergue leur seul point commun : les deux ont reçu un prix qui a surpris voire ho

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    La beauté du cinéma américain des années 80 est-elle dans l’oeil de BLADE RUNNER ? | Accréds l’actualité des festivals de cinéma

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    Les années 80 : le contexte de la partie d’échecs de Computer Chess n’est pas innocent. A juste titre, on a parlé d‘“archéologie”. La compétition entre nerds

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    Concrete can also feel shame & pride close to intensity (blooming-tree station). #trainstation (à Gare SNCF de Viroflay Rive Gauche)

    Concrete can also feel shame & pride close to intensity (blooming-tree station). #trainstation (à Gare SNCF de Viroflay Rive Gauche)

    — 4 days ago
    #trainstation 
    9:00am is never too early for high stakes (Sunday morning shopping at local supermarket) (à Marche U Viroflay)

    9:00am is never too early for high stakes (Sunday morning shopping at local supermarket) (à Marche U Viroflay)

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    Looking straight to colors unlimited (green & pink at the exit). #colors (à Gare SNCF de Viroflay Rive Gauche)

    Looking straight to colors unlimited (green & pink at the exit). #colors (à Gare SNCF de Viroflay Rive Gauche)

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    #colors 
    Dark light is a bass sound even with voice only (Pop Hessarg at Abracadabar). #bnw #concert  (à Abracadabar)

    Dark light is a bass sound even with voice only (Pop Hessarg at Abracadabar). #bnw #concert (à Abracadabar)

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    #bnw  #concert 
    Trip-hop is for black’n’white (Pop Hessarg at Abracadabar). #bnw #concert (à Abracadabar)

    Trip-hop is for black’n’white (Pop Hessarg at Abracadabar). #bnw #concert (à Abracadabar)

    — 5 days ago
    #bnw  #concert 

    thedissolve:

    “In School Daze’s first and most audacious production number, the dark-skinned women affiliated with Dap and his nationalists square off against Dean Big Brother Almighty’s girlfriend, Jane Toussaint (Tisha Campbell-Martin), and her light-skinned minions in the Gamma Rays, the Gammas’ female auxiliary. The ensuing production number, set at a hair salon, represents an academic treatise on the infinite permutations and complexities of black identity, re-imagined as a razzle-dazzle, Busby Berkeley-style musical number—albeit one with women calling each other “Jigaboos” and “Wannabes” in a song that grows more vicious with every verse. It’s a high-wire cultural mash-up between the art and culture of black rage and the overwhelmingly white world of classic musicals. It’s a production number so audacious and so recklessly, righteously brazen that it’s astonishing it made it into a studio movie in 1988.”

    In this week’s Encore column, Nathan Rabin looks at Spike Lee’s follow-up to his breakout film, She’s Gotta Have It, a debut that indicated a career making sexy comedies. But with School Daze, Lee indicated he had a lot more on his mind. [Read more…]

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    Visualiser ses métadonnées Gmail : amusant puis carrément effrayant - Rue89

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    Lorsque les premières révélations sur Prism, le programme de surveillance de la NSA, sont tombées, le gouvernement américain et les services de renseignement se sont retranchés derrière un terme peu connu du grand public : la métadonnée.Une métadonnée, c’est en quelque sorte une donnée sur une donnée. On peut trouver dans ce tiroir sémantique :numéros de téléphone sortants et entrants ;heure, date et localisation des appels (pas leur contenu) ;émetteur, destinataire et date des courriels (pas le…

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    — 1 week ago