Pomno čitanje (engl. close reading) – metoda čitanja književnog ili nekog drugog teksta koja uključuje pozorno i detaljno tumačenje kratkih tekstualnih odlomaka, čak i pojedinih riječi te analizira način na koji se ti minielementi slažu u cjelinu. Danas pomno čitamo - Vlatku

o0she0o:

super fotka jednog hrvatskog autora :)

o0she0o:

super fotka jednog hrvatskog autora :)

o0she0o:

 

Embrace your flawz!
and get a huge amount of inspiration. via @neMirna :)

Novi film čuvenog Gaspara Noea, ‘Uđi u prazninu’, prikazan na Sarajevo Film Festivalu u konačno završenoj verziji (lanjska projekcija u Cannesu bilo je prikazivanje nedovršenog materijala), jednostavno je… čaroban, jedinstven i, naravno, duboko uznemirujući

crookedindifference:

Homemade Insurance for the Apollo Astronauts

No life insurance company would touch the first astronauts. But the Apollo crews knew that they needed to do something that would leave their families in good shape were the mission to go badly.
The answer was provided by NASA in the form of ‘Insurance Covers’, as seen here, a number of which were given to every crew member and subsequently signed by every astronaut involved, as close to launch as possible. Its value would instantly be high, but would no doubt sky-rocket (no pun intended) should the astronauts never return; the deceased’s surviving family then at least safe in the knowledge that in future they could cash-in their makeshift insurance policy if required.

These covers continued through Apollo 16. Then, the government started providing insurance for astronauts: any astronaut who was part of the military was eligible for insurance cover through the military.
Discussion here suggests that the Apollo 15 crew sold off a whole lot of unauthorized insurance covers.

crookedindifference:

Homemade Insurance for the Apollo Astronauts

No life insurance company would touch the first astronauts. But the Apollo crews knew that they needed to do something that would leave their families in good shape were the mission to go badly.

The answer was provided by NASA in the form of ‘Insurance Covers’, as seen here, a number of which were given to every crew member and subsequently signed by every astronaut involved, as close to launch as possible. Its value would instantly be high, but would no doubt sky-rocket (no pun intended) should the astronauts never return; the deceased’s surviving family then at least safe in the knowledge that in future they could cash-in their makeshift insurance policy if required.

These covers continued through Apollo 16. Then, the government started providing insurance for astronauts: any astronaut who was part of the military was eligible for insurance cover through the military.

Discussion here suggests that the Apollo 15 crew sold off a whole lot of unauthorized insurance covers.

Kakva drama :)

Kakva drama :)

nosfnet:

What happens in space …

nosfnet:

What happens in space …

borrja:

Motovun film festival

borrja:

Motovun film festival

dailyseinfeld:

Jerry: Hey Elaine if a guy wanted to end a relationship with you                . What could he do?Elaine: Start smoking.George: Smoking.Jerry: Does she hate cigarettes?George: Yes, she hates cigarettes.Jerry: But you don’t smoke.George: Nooooooo……(thinking)
(via The Invitations)

dailyseinfeld:

Jerry: Hey Elaine if a guy wanted to end a relationship with you . What could he do?
Elaine: Start smoking.
George: Smoking.
Jerry: Does she hate cigarettes?
George: Yes, she hates cigarettes.
Jerry: But you don’t smoke.
George: Nooooooo……(thinking)

(via The Invitations)