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Rhodia Ramblings By Harry Kollatz and Amie Oliver & excerpts from life between 1995 - 2011
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"Rhodia Ramblings" presents a collection of words and images that document and explore the creative life of artist Amie Oliver and writer Harry Kollatz, Jr. History is fluid and we... More > revisit it often when determining how to proceed. In doing so, we realized that our shared habit of maintaining journals and agendas would be the purest format to explore for this exhibition. I brought home a bag full of Rhodia pads sometime in the late 90's. Harry's pockets have never been the same. He now has a box full of orange pads with notes that often transcend translation. His transcriptions of these notations provided a valuable record of our past collaborative work, on-going dialogue and life together.< Less
Immaculate Motion Pictures By André Klein
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Immaculate Motion Pictures is a collection of English contemplative poetry, featuring timeless topics of the Perennial Wisdom traditions and reworking them on a contemporary background. The book... More > comes in a handy pocket-format to be taken along the trains, subways and launderettes of the 21st century. excerpt: “For almost a decade Immaculate Motion Pictures were sewing poetry into uniforms”, in fact it further claims, they were the ones who invented what today is called “street art”. They were covering the walls with calligraphies of mystic medieval texts. They copied the Gospel onto sidewalks with a very resistant glue on which after a few days the word was written from cigarette butts, dead flies and newspaper scraps for all the world to witness. They scrawled their messages onto windshields of cars in fluorescent paint which was only visible by night. They spoke their poems by heart in trains. They fired repeated verses into the radio waves of the Gestapo and kept switching channels."< Less
Immaculate Motion Pictures By André Klein
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Immaculate Motion Pictures is a collection of English contemplative poetry, featuring timeless topics of the Perennial Wisdom traditions and reworking them on a contemporary background. The book... More > comes in a handy pocket-format to be taken along the trains, subways and launderettes of the 21st century. excerpt: “For almost a decade Immaculate Motion Pictures were sewing poetry into uniforms”, in fact it further claims, they were the ones who invented what today is called “street art”. They were covering the walls with calligraphies of mystic medieval texts. They copied the Gospel onto sidewalks with a very resistant glue on which after a few days the word was written from cigarette butts, dead flies and newspaper scraps for all the world to witness. They scrawled their messages onto windshields of cars in fluorescent paint which was only visible by night. They spoke their poems by heart in trains. They fired repeated verses into the radio waves of the Gestapo and kept switching channels."< Less
Pulga: Victor By Carlos Pileggi
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Pulga is the Portuguese word for “flea,” insect from the order of Siphonaptera. Fleas are parasites that lost their wings during their evolution, with mouthparts adapted for sucking the... More > blood of mammals and birds. They have long legs, well adapted for jumping: a flea can jump vertically up to two hundred times its body length.1 I adopted the name Pulga for the publications I have been producing since 2009 in fanzine format. I chose to reference the flea because of its small dimensions; it could easily fit in a bag, inside a book, or in the back pocket of a pair of pants. The flea is a great jumper, moving easily from one host to another. Similarly, I disseminate ideas through my publications produced in stages, circulating them through informal channels. After distribution, the cycle is not necessarily completed: viewers might pass them on to other readers who are interested in the topic or images in the issue.< Less
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Wireless for the Warrior Compendium 2 By Louis Meulstee
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The WftW Compendium series is a practical guide and reference source to vintage military signal communication equipment. It is particularly valuable to anyone with an interest, professionally or... More > otherwise, in this subject, requiring an elementary but complete quick reference and recognition handbook. Containing condensed data summaries, liberally illustrated with photos and drawings, explanatory captions and short descriptions of the main ancillaries, its pocket size format and laminated soft cover makes it an ideal reference and reliable companion for events such as auctions and radio rallies, or just for browsing at leisure. Wireless for the Warrior (WftW) Compendium 1 ‘Spark to Larkspur’ (Wireless Sets 1910-1948) and Compendium 2 ‘Spark to Larkspur’ (Special Sets, Receivers and Larkspur), the first books in this series, provide basic technical data on radio sets, radio stations and associated or related equipment used by the British Army during the period 1910 to the late 1950s. See also www.wftw.nl< Less
In Bolivia By Jeffrey S. Jenkins
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After teaching English in Chile, one man heads north with his backpack and a journal. With a flair of humor and a sock full of pesos follow him as he crosses the arid Andean Altiplano. Dali-esque... More > rock formations defy geological precedent. Gasp for air as he travels to Potosi, arguably the highest in the world, and where conquistadors extracted the silver to fuel the Spanish Empire. Watch as he descends to the edge of the Amazon to find a farm. Two words guide him: Ginger's Paradise. He must protect his pockets from thieving spider monkeys and weave his way through parading troops at Dia de Independencia festivities. In La Paz, he witnesses the reelection speech of Bolivia's first indigenous President amid a crowded plaza of Aymara and Quechua support. Upon a visit the next day to a set of ruins; he confirms a little known hypothesis regarding the settlement of the Americas, which changes his perception on what it means to be indigenous, and may very well change how you see yourself in this world.< Less
In Bolivia By Jeffrey S. Jenkins
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After teaching English in Chile, one man heads north with his backpack and a journal. With a flair of humor and a sock full of pesos follow him as he crosses the arid Andean Altiplano. Dali-esque... More > rock formations defy geological precedent. Gasp for air as he travels to Potosi, arguably the highest in the world, and where conquistadors extracted the silver to fuel the Spanish Empire. Watch as he descends to the edge of the Amazon to find a farm. Two words guide him: Ginger's Paradise. He must protect his pockets from thieving spider monkeys and weave his way through parading troops at Dia de Independencia festivities. In La Paz, he witnesses the reelection speech of Bolivia's first indigenous President amid a crowded plaza of Aymara and Quechua support. Upon a visit the next day to a set of ruins; he confirms a little known hypothesis regarding the settlement of the Americas, which changes his perception on what it means to be indigenous, and may very well change how you see yourself in this world.< Less
Bizarre Victorian Inventions - PDF Scrapbook / Slideshow By Babette Abbeywood
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From the curious backwaters and dead ends of science, we proudly present some of the brilliantly wacky ideas that didn't quite make it! From the drawing board and think tank, to File 13, via the odd... More > strange or failed experiment... you can savor the eureka moment of these crackpot concepts in this handpicked selection of rare & forgotten images from the 19th century archives and abandoned patent vaults! Evolutionary dead ends of technology and scientific red herrings, plus some eccentric anachronisms - just too far ahead of their time - these inspired and ingenious inventions will amuse, and maybe inspire you! Who could have predicted that there would be no market for the family velocipede but that the pocket machine gun, automatic teller and electric stair lift would eventually succeed! Downloadable in PDF ebook format with optional random page transition effects for amusing browsing! Lab humor, a hi-tech treat for all science history fans and armchair inventors!< Less
Regeneration: Gina's Journey By R.F.G. Cameron
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Pleasure Machines, Soulless Killers, or People? The ‘simple’ line between what we consider either machine or life form can be blurred when our eyes can’t tell the difference. When... More > the machine is more human than its original creators the line between machine and life form can vanish. In a world where corporations are considered ‘artificial entities’ with more rights than human beings, who decides where to draw the line between pleasure machine, soulless killer, and person? Regeneration: Gina’s Journey In A World Where Security Had Become Paramount Over Freedom...She was designed to be a soulless killer, but an eccentric man with vision started her on a very different path which would lead either to her becoming human or to her death. Would placing herself in harm's way to protect a willful child be her salvation or destruction? First in the series. Note: Word Count is 60,273 words, as Page Count can vary by size format (Trade versus Pocket Book) and typography.< Less

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The CashPT® Blueprint: How I Built and Scaled a Successful Cash-Based Physical Therapy Practice Even When I Was Told It Was Unethical, a Bad Idea and That No One Would Pay More Than Their Copay for Physical Therapy! The CashPT®... By Aaron LeBauer
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