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Autor: Andrzej Leśniak  

Teksty Georgesa Didi-Hubermana, współczesnego francuskiego teoretyka obrazu, poświęcone są krytyce historii sztuki. Odnoszą się do jej ukrytych, często nieświadomie przyjmowanych założeń, a przed wszystkim do przenikającego ją "tonu pewności", który przesłania problematyczność stosowanych w ramach dyscypliny modeli epistemologicznych. Obraz płynny. Georges Didi-Huberman i dyskurs historii sztuki jest genealogiczną analizą propozycji francuskiego teoretyka...


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As the charges and allegations continue to mount against the USC football program, Pete Carroll is being held partially responsible for a DUI accident involving one of his former assistant coaches.

Link: sportsillustrated.cnn.com/(…)index.html…

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In a remarkable example of how bad information can travel far and wide, dozens of media outlets around the world have said Umar Abdulmutallab was traveling on a one-way ticket to Detroit when he allegedly tried to blow up Flight 253, even though that has never been substantiated and appears to be flat wrong.

Link: tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com/(…)the_flight_25…

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Since the Simpsons' TV showed launched in 1989, more video games have been made about them than just about any non-game franchise this side of Star Wars and Dragonball Z. Unfortunately, the medium doesn't have much to show for it.

Link: kotaku.com/(…)what-did-the-simpsons-ever-do-for-vid…

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No galaxies have been seen before at such early epochs as that seen in this deepest image of the universe ever taken in near-infrared light by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. The faintest and reddest objects (left inset) in the image are galaxies that correspond to "look-back times" of approximately 12.9 billion years to 13.1 billion years ago...

Link: www.dailygalaxy.com/(…)hubble-reached-back-13-billi…

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The father of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab says he told US officials months ago that his son might be a terrorist threat. Some lawmakers say the Obama administration missed the warning signs  just as it did before the Fort Hood attack.

Link: www.csmonitor.com/(…)Why-did-US-let-Abdulmutallab-g…

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The alleged terror incident aboard a passenger flight from Amsterdam to Detroit has raised questions as to how a  Nigerian man carried explosives through stringent security measures.

Link: edition.cnn.com/(…)index.html…

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Did Sen Jim Inhofe (R-OK) -- the leading global-warming skeptic in Congress, who has repeatedly called man-made global warming or even global warming itself a hoax, and accused scientists of manipulating data -- himself falsely represented "poll data" on American public opinion?

Link: tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/(…)did-jim-inhofe-manip…

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A recent viral video showed what the Earth would look like with Saturn's rings. But was it accurate? What if we really *did* have rings? The Bad Astronomer takes an in-depth look at what rings like this would look like, how they would behave, and what it would mean for us.

Link: blogs.discovermagazine.com/(…)the-rings-of-earth…

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Social media hit a tipping point in 2009 as sites like Facebook and YouTube increased their presence in mainstream media while sites like Twitter and Digg emerged. On top of the obvious, thousands of new and legitimate social media websites hit the scene with hopes of being the "next big thing".

Link: www.examiner.com/(…)x-20534-LA-Web-20-Examiner~y200…

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Earlier Tuesday, President Obama said that at least $200 billion had been saved from the TARP program, savings that he plans to use to help fund his new job creation initiatives.A few minutes later, Fox took that $200 billion figure and cut it by $198 billion, telling their audience in an on-screen graphic that the TARP savings would be just $2 bil

Link: www.dailykos.com/tv/w/002393/

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This little nugget of info was spotted by San Francisco chronicle writer Scott Ostler during a Warriors-Magic game the other day. "Every time a Warriors player went to the line to shoot two, after the first free-throw try, the Orlando Magic’s massive center asked the ref for the ball, spit on it and flipped it back to the ref. Seriously."

Link: guyism.com/(…)dwight-howard-spits-on-the-ball.html…

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Author Barbara Ehrenreich on how unbridled economic optimism may have cost you your job.

Link: www.newsweek.com/id/225320

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At first I shrugged it off and was ready to forget about the whole thing but then I decided to email the hacker and ask for an interview. I was wondering why he picked my blog, what his goals were and why he used that turkish text and flag. I didn’t expect any answer but within a few hours the hacker replied and agreed to an interview via MSN.

Link: thenextweb.com/2009/11/28/chat-hacker-hacked-blog/

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Turns out God had a pretty hot idea all those years ago. As the UN-backed Internet Governance Forum 2009 met last week just a stone's throw from Mount Sinai, some wondered whether it wasn't time to draft a "10 commandments" for the Internet. And everyone had ideas about what should be on it.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)god-did-it-why-cant-we-un-ponder…

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Angry students statewide are protesting a 32-percent undergraduate tuition hike instituted by the California Board of Regents.  Can I just skip the last 1/3 of college?

Link: www.ireport.com/ir-topic-stories.jspa?topicId=359609

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There are two sides to every story, and sometimes three, four or five. An audit by the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program claims that the Federal Reserve Bank of New York allowed banks to get 100% of the value of complicated financial instruments that they had insured with AIG (AIG).

Link: www.dailyfinance.com/(…)did-the-ny-fed-lose-taxpaye…

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At the beginning of the film Jurassic Park, the film's protagonist Dr. Alan Grant gets furious when a young boy remarks that a Velociraptor skeleton looks

Link: www.cracked.com/(…)why-did-that-paleontologist-have…

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With all the hoopla over the FCC's new net neutrality proposals, the question of whether the agency has the legal authority to act on this issue still looms.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)does-the-fcc-have-authority-to-e…

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