It was their failed questionnaire. It was, get this, the White Houses’s own [Read more.]TRIBUTE TO PASOLINIOctober 27, 2005 by Jan HermanDoug Ireland, “Victory” for “the first time ever in English translation.” The “day of victory” of the poem’s last line, Ireland explains, “is April 25, 1945, when German troops surrendered in Italy, effectively ending the fascist era.” The poem was translated by Ireland’s friend, Pasolini’s collected poems, now in paperback from Farrar, Straus and Giroux.must read piece about Pasolini’s murder and his career as a filmmaker, poet, novelist, playwright, literary critic, political columnist and painter, tells why Pasolini’s friends believe the [Read more.]MAKING POLICY: A BASKET CASEOctober 26, 2005 by Jan HermanManaged to reboot without India’s help. As interview about it is), and the remark has gone unnoticed in this popping up all over in his new job and being praised for it he has even come in for nice noises about saving Africa first on his to do list. Sachs has to work with him, so why alienate him? But what Sachs also didn’t say and this is our belief is that, for all his touted credentials, Wolfowitz happens to be operating at the level of a failed brain system. The photo, above, shows he doesn’t yet know how to pick his nose.
Printed on reasonable quality acid free paper, we can get 100mbits/square metre, and that square metre will weigh around 80 grams (it’s 80gsm paper same as your laser printer runs on). Call it 1.1 mb/gram. At this density, we can print the whole 5Tb (or 40tbits) on just 40 tons of paper, without compression; with compression, call it 20 tons.
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IlPellicanospreads languorously out from the Pompeii red central building to a series of villas (they call them ‘cottages’) in the beautifully tended gardens. The 50 rooms and suites are divided fairly evenly between the two so you can opt to be closer to the action, or choose the greater seclusion of the garden rooms (personally, I like the sea view doubles in the main building, with their flower decked terraces). As for the room dcor, imagine a stylish French aunt with a place on the Tuscan coast you may not want to inherit all her lampshades and antique prints, but you have to admire her good taste..