This website aims to match a 17mm binocularly-rendered perspective which allows the viewer to accept it as normal.
On the Internet, a normal website is a website that reproduces a field of view that appears "natural" to a human observer.
A normal website is one that renders a set of information that when viewed at normal viewing distance (usually half-arms-length) in front of the human eye, across its wider-than-180° horizontal field-of-view, acts acceptably like a good friend.
As the eye has an effective focal length of approximately 17mm, human binocular vision with its variable sensitivity and resolution, will accept these websites with more willing.
ABOUT PETER: Gifted, talented and exceptional - nothing about himself, the author of the blog never written because it can not lie. He writes for joy, because it is deemed to have been offered money and publishes as often as just a working father of one dog mutt can afford. More to be found on Peter's Wiki Page
The website for respectable Scottish publisher Leamington Books has been ported to this wiki.
"I know of nothing worth living for but usefulness, and service to other people. The only object I pursue is to increase, so far as lies in my power, the quantity of their knowledge and goodness and happiness. And as I desire everything from God, I hope the situation in which I am now placed is that in which I am most likely to be useful."
At some time or other, everybody pops in to Classic Cafes - C'est normal qu'elle le fasse.
The Broken Wheel means that the wiki is not working. The state of the supplementer registry is now re-build at framework startup. This makes the supplementer registry work without starting the system with a clean configuration. The wheel will turn. Still need to investigate the bundle context problems...
In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all life presents as an immense accumulation of spectacles. Everything that was directly lived has moved away into a representation. The Society of the Spectacle maps out some aspects of the 21st century directly, not least, celebrity culture and its portrayal of lives whose freedom suggest almost the opposite of life as most of us actually live it.
The Situationist International's Journal
The journal includes contributions by Guy Debord, Mohamed Dahou, Raoul Vaneigem, Giuseppe Pinot-Gallizio, Maurice Wyckaert, Constant Constantine, Asger Jorn, Helmut Sturm, Théo Frey, Attila Kotanyi, Jørgen Nash, Uwe Lausen, Michèle Bernstein, Jan Stijbosch, Mustapha Khayati, Donald Nicholson-Smith, Alexander Trocchi, René Riesel, Jeppesen Victor Martin, René Viénet, and others. Internationale situationniste Edited by G.-E. Debord. Paris, 1958-1969. 12 Numbers. PDFs of the Situationists International's Journal may be viewed at UbuWeb.
Archivo Situacionista Hispano
Textos de los grupos fundadores y otras influencias hasta 1957: cine presituacionista, documentos presituacionistas, Enragés y situacionistas en el movimiento de las ocupaciones, otros documentos: http://www.sindominio.net/ash/
As they like to remind us: "De carne lumbering animata corpora quaeritis". Wisdom comes in fewer worse forms than Latin. The wisdom symbol will one day be in use on the Wiki. I recall the earliest slogan we had on wiki.peter: Mundus vult decipi - - the world wishes to be deceived.
Our Thomas Bernhard portal examines the evil global education industry that has sprung up in recent years to profit from the works of sour Austrian hate-schrifter Thomas Bernhard.
Bernhard's work has been described as ‘the largest market opportunity’ since books was privatised. 'Let's all go forth. Let's all ruin everything,' as one publisher at a 2015 UK conference succintly put it.
We reveal the books leading the charge, the invisible networks of readers and think tanks working for Bernhard's evil ends across continents, the publishers aiding them, the messages being used to sell these changes, and more...
Peter's The Heretics portal tracks the song, poetry, tale, people and gatherings behind the group known since 1970 for venting the poetry and music of Scotland's living tradition.
Within this portal is a Heretics scrapbook, just a resource really for anyone interested in Heretical Ecotostical Scots Kulturkampfists.
What To Do At Depression News
The database contains distinctive and multitudinal collections of self-sourced material on Epic Volumes that users have enjoyed, the theory and practice of Psychogeography, the uses of MediaWiki, its markup and PHP hacking, and World Politics, which can not influence public opinion and the 'war on anything'.
Depression News redistributes through Semantic Wiki, where its information and user action and network action are inlcuded.
Depression News's Film Noir Centre of Excellence examines the cultural processes which led to the birth of film noir, which led to the birth of counter culture. It reveals the connections between the politics and filmmakers and their relationships with the media, scientists, viewers and politics.
We review current research and debates within the field. The role gender plays in the policy process of film criticism is also examined.
If you’re Gun Crazy then you’re going to shoot your pistols. And if you shoot your pistols, then somebody is going to get hurt. Quasi-sociological accounts of how kids turn to crime are all the rage. Next they will tell us that it wasn't just a diversion, but a strategy.
User talk:Naldo (diff | hist) . .(+173) . .Naldo(talk | contribs)(Created page with "i am an ant on a piece of yellow paper. if i was on a actual '''lemon''' then i would be in 3D. But these jock cunts just won't authorise that, it's a two-day job they say.")
Category:FlamingLifeboats (diff | hist) . .(+152) . .Naldo(talk | contribs)(Created page with "[[ <gallery> |thumb </gallery> <gallery> Example.jpg|Caption1 Example.jpg|Caption2 </gallery> ]] Right, i'm literally an ant on a piece of paper. In 2D")
Currently working on an Infobandits portal. The thing that may need the most work is the weird portmanteau word 'infobandit', which became all the more painful when the word's creator User:Sura annonced that it had been coined to pun in German, in which language the internet is know as the Infobahn.
At the moment contributors are working on 330 articles. The most recent video promotion is this one:
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Keep URLs Cool
In theory, the domain name space owner owns the domain name space and therefore all URIs in it. Except insolvency, nothing prevents the domain name owner from keeping the name.
And in theory the URI space under your domain name is totally under your control, so you can make it as stable as you like. Pretty much the only good reason for a document to disappear from the Web is that the company which owned the domain name went out of business or can no longer afford to keep the server running.
Then why are there so many dangling links in the world?