Mama je stavila neke stvari u onaj Vremenski trezor Zagrebačke banke. Objašnjava bratu i meni kak se moramo sjetit svojoj djeci dat certifikat za pristup trezoru jer samo tako oni mogu doć to tih stvari. Nikad prije nije kroz mene prošlo ono šta me probolo u tom trenutku. Postoji stvar, zaključana u trezoru, koja će otamo biti izvađena za točno 100 godina. Kad ću ja već bit mrtva. A tamo ju je stavila moja mama. Koju sad slušam dok mi to govori.

thebonechurch
On the recommendation of dear canozbay I watched Eames: The Architect & The Painter. Thoroughly enjoyed it, especially the way it incorporated a commentary on sociocultural (particularly gender-related) issues of the early 20th century.
My favourite bit is the summary of the Franklin & Jefferson exhibition; that it is considered a failure because Eames attempted to place a "hypertext experience in a physical space".

On the recommendation of dear canozbay I watched Eames: The Architect & The PainterThoroughly enjoyed it, especially the way it incorporated a commentary on sociocultural (particularly gender-related) issues of the early 20th century.

My favourite bit is the summary of the Franklin & Jefferson exhibition; that it is considered a failure because Eames attempted to place a "hypertext experience in a physical space".

bizarrelynormal
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meirna:

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thelandofmaps:

How do you feel about Scotland’s independence? /r/europe survey [2045x1720][OC]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

What is your deal, Belarus?

It’s interesting how the whole of tumblr is getting worked up about Belarus’ support, when in fact their (alleged) numbers are the closest to Scotland’s own. Isn’t it more surprising that the rest of Europe wants Scotland to be independent more than Scotland itself does?

I suppose the notion of independence is a romantic one, but the terms Scotland’s been given are hardly worth ditching the UK for. I am curious why Belarus in particular is so opposed to the idea, given that its culturally similar neighbors are so supportive. I suspect that it’s because the number of people from that nation polled is very low.

Then there is also the matter of interpreting the question: “Do you think Scotland’s independence is a good move (in terms other than ideological)” vs “Would you give your blessing to Scotland’s independence”. Anyhow, it seems that everyone is trying to avoid thinking too much and show how considerate they are instead.

bizarrelynormal:

meirna:

bizarrelynormal:

thelandofmaps:

How do you feel about Scotland’s independence? /r/europe survey [2045x1720][OC]
CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

What is your deal, Belarus?

It’s interesting how the whole of tumblr is getting worked up about Belarus’ support, when in fact their (alleged) numbers are the closest to Scotland’s own. Isn’t it more surprising that the rest of Europe wants Scotland to be independent more than Scotland itself does?

I suppose the notion of independence is a romantic one, but the terms Scotland’s been given are hardly worth ditching the UK for. I am curious why Belarus in particular is so opposed to the idea, given that its culturally similar neighbors are so supportive. I suspect that it’s because the number of people from that nation polled is very low.

Then there is also the matter of interpreting the question: “Do you think Scotland’s independence is a good move (in terms other than ideological)” vs “Would you give your blessing to Scotland’s independence”. Anyhow, it seems that everyone is trying to avoid thinking too much and show how considerate they are instead.