Category Archives: comics

VIDEO: ‘Shake Off Those Charter Chains!’.. 

What you really need to know about the chains that run charter schools. Advocates for charter schools frequently argue that generalizing about these schools is unfair because charters by their very entrepreneurial, unregulated design are not all the same. This is true. … Continue reading

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How the U.S. goes to war. Every. Single. Time..

(cont..) Source: How the U.S. goes to war. Every. Single. Time. – The Washington Post

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Malcolm Evans – Discussion on Terrorism.. 

(ed:..heh..!..) Source: Malcolm Evans – Discussion on Terrorism « The Daily Blog

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Malcolm Evans – Ozzie BBQ..

Source: Malcolm Evans – Ozzie BBQ « The Daily Blog

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Kurt Vonnegut’s Lost NYU Lecture on What It Takes to Be a Writer – Animated.. 

‘Nothing means anything — except the artist makes his living by pretending – by putting it in a meaningful hole – though no such holes exist’. On November 8, 1970 — three days before his forty-eight birthday and shortly after … Continue reading

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Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot – Animated in Motion Graphics.. 

‘That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you love – everyone you know – everyone you ever heard of – every human being who ever was – lived out their lives’. Over the years I’ve enjoyed my share of animated … Continue reading

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Kiwi animated classics.. 

From Len Lye to The Lord of the Rings trilogy – New Zealand has a strong history of innovation in animation. The Frog, the Dog and the Devil The following year was a big one for Kiwi animation. The Footrot … Continue reading

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