sorry I am still not awake from my cultural studies exam…COMMENT:
The point I try to make here is, digital consumption fits the concept of culture industry well, and worth further/more studies in the frame of cultural studies.
I completely agree… (actually I don't have the faintest idea what you just said – but I want a PS3 after drooling over the specs!)----- COMMENT:AUTHOR: Hamid SirhanEMAIL: H.Sirhan@warwick.ac.ukIP: URL: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/hsirhan/DATE: 05/21/2005 07:54:20 下午
X-Box 2's where the actions at. Buy a few of these cheapass babies and make a few modifications and you've got one kickass server/computer on your hands. Yay.
PS - I'm not a geek.----- COMMENT:AUTHOR: Hamid SirhanEMAIL: H.Sirhan@warwick.ac.ukIP: URL: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/hsirhan/DATE: 05/21/2005 07:54:32 下午 Doh – Action's. ----- COMMENT:AUTHOR: Chelon YauEMAIL: C.A.Yau@warwick.ac.ukIP: URL: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/alanyau/DATE: 05/21/2005 11:18:52 下午
Well of course – since an xbox360 is basically a PC in a small box and lacking all the funky ports.
Then again the new PS3, can almost be classified as a super computer weighing in at… 2TFLOPS which is like woah.
However it remains to be seen if the developers will be able to make good use of this hardware – there is going to be one hell of a software hardware gap to bridge.----- COMMENT:AUTHOR: Peng ZouEMAIL: P.Zou@warwick.ac.ukIP: URL: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/zoupeng/DATE: 05/22/2005 07:16:18 上午
you are not a geek…
I quite like ps2 tho, I think there will be a lot of cheap ones now… maybe I should buy one next year ;)----- COMMENT:AUTHOR: Chelon YauEMAIL: C.A.Yau@warwick.ac.ukIP: URL: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/alanyau/DATE: 05/22/2005 09:38:28 上午 You can buy mine if you like!! Perfect working order…. (ok it is actually broken – hence I want the PS3 asap!!!)----- --------
|很难想象当初DOG MAN STAR发行的时候，我脚下的这片土地是怎样的一番景象。因为我，已经是COMING UP时代的人了。SUEDE对以前的旋律一再的回收重组再利用，进取精神不再。本来我觉得BUTLER还是好的，但听过几张或单飞或再与别人合作的专集以后，他都是在重复自己，那个不肯妥协却也不知道怎么再前进的自己。这样的景象一直延续到了今天的the tears。1990的流行音乐与艺术探索共进的景象，至少在这重组的怀旧乐队上未能重现。一样的歌词，一样的旋律，一样的他们，一样的我。这样的怀旧，只是一再提醒在听的人所处的泥沼而已。都是一群走进死胡同又不想走回头路的人。|
Iris Chang (1997) the Rape of Nanking: the Forgotten Holocaust of World War II Penguin Group : England
Iris Chang is an American born Chinese, she didn't write and read in Chinese, but she had never lost her concern in this piece of land. The Rape in Nanking is a response to the western world's blindness towards one of the most brutal event in human civilisation – the Nanking Massacre the Japanese troops carried out in 1937 Nanking (Nanjing), China. Lamentedly, Chang suffered from serious depression and committed suicide at her 36. Although picked up Nanking Massacre as a particular case to write, Chang's writing can not be read as a Chinese nationalist's thunder to the Japnese. According to an interview after the writing of this book, Chang's concern was always on the human conscience rather any particular nation.
Chang has an interesting point in marriage as well, she said getting married at an early age was helpful for her career that saved her time of building up a relation thus she could devote more to her writing. She described her husband as her best friend, her finance manager, her psychaitrist, and her massagist. She hoped to have three kids with him. Sounded a very happy marriage, pity she made the final decision.
Ali Smith and Toby Litt eds. 2005 New Writing: No. 13 Picador : London
New Writing No. 12 was quite good, so that I bought No. 13, too. Interestingly, I think the bookshop has put wrong tag on it, so it's only 5,99 pound, nearly the same price as Amazon old books.
Virginia Woolf A Room of One's Own Penguin Books Great Ideas
She's a feminist, she's the best English female writer in modern history, she wrote about the independence of women in this essay, what else should I add?COMMENT:A
The first time I met this book was in BFSU, a pirate one though. An unforgetable impression, especially the illustrations in the middle.
Yeah, you are right, NW12 is good book. I also got a copy. NW13, is that cheap? Still?
Just now when I had a long stare at me right leg, I found out that
It's only a leg...
Even after a few streches I made it doing, I still can't feel its sentiment of belonging to me. Why should I call her my right leg then? Is she really mine?COMMENT:
Often we can't appreciate what we have, we don't even recognise its importance to us… and hten when we lose it we realise its true virtues.
Imagine if your leg was cut off. You would suddenly feel incomplete. You would look at yourself and think that you looked incomplete. You would no longer feel the pain and gentle sensations you used to feel. You would no longer feel anything there. You would not be able to walk or run or sit or bathe like you once did.
So what is only a leg is an essential part of you and one part that you would sorely miss!----- COMMENT:AUTHOR: felixEMAIL: IP: URL: DATE: 04/27/2005 10:52:01 上午 well, why do you feel other things belong to you and your leg doesnt?-