"I Am A Zionist"
, indites Gil Troy
. "Why Zionism Is Racism"
, replies Rabee' Sahyoun
ice idea, lets buy the elite of developing countries" de-bug
sarcastically titled a few month ago. Now McKinsey
is adressing this problem as well: "Where does global talent go when opportunities aren't sufficiently plentiful at home? To the United States, of course. In the 1990s alone,some 650,000 people from emerging markets migrated there on professional-employment visas. This talent drain could have lasting economic repercussions for the developing world, depriving it not only of the skills of these workers but also of their beneficial effects on the productivity of others." in Brains Abroad
EW YORK WOMAN PREGNANT BABY TAXI RASTAMAN VERYVERYLONGCADILLAC COPS HOSPITAL THE CHILD VIDEO
. Graphics by Antoine Bardou-Jacquet
, music by Alex Gopher
(also available here
nstructions for use
1. Use your computer-keyboard to enter desired page number (three digits)Visomat Inc.
2. Visomat-Video-Text automatically displays page requested.
The index is found on page 100.
's Flash based videotext v1.0
eople became greedy", quote by Hasso Plattner
. People always were more or less greedy. But in past years, the chance to satisfy this emerged for more people. If the economy grows by a few percent and your stock portfolio by 30 or more percent, someone has to fill this gap. W
hen trains move faster than 50mph, the human soul will not be able to keep pace with the body. Anno 18something. "Superluminal tunneling
(faster than light transmission of signals) was first observed at the University of Cologne with microwave photons. Soon thereafter these experiments were duplicated and validated at the University of Berkeley and Vienna. For theoretical physics the implication is that there exist spaces, devoid of time." Research by Prof. Dr. Guenther Nimtz
, Prof. Raymond Chiao
ack again. Thanks to all readers still coming here after such a long period of absence. Pressing the 'Today!' button again was a splendid experience.
Comment by chris, 7768 days ago:
Hi Bruno. Nice to have you back!
Visomat is really an amazing navigational experience - never thought I could grasp the structure of a site so easily and fast, the unification by way of the digit codes seems to make an information space much more accessible and approachable be my lil' mind. Maybe it's time to revive antique navigation elements again ...
Comment by Bruno, 7768 days ago:
Didn't we discuss this command line based web interface,which i can't recall now, for a pretty long time?
RRRRRRRRRRETRO, baby! It's nice, but like the eighties, nothing that should engulf us again...