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George Soros: www.flickr.com/photos/75166901@N00/264887467/

Thomas Friedman: www.flickr.com/photos/haynes/13790273/

Red skirt: www.artshole.co.uk/images/london fashion week2005/London_fashion_week_wednesday01.htm

Jeans: www.flickr.com/photos/17416721@N00/336340443/

www.mahalo.com/globalization

 

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omadeon.blogspot.com/ (Jan 12, 2010).

 

这是我第一次用photoshop给人易容。以前我也知道这个事情道理简单,但做起来会非常烦琐。果不其然,抠像素、调色差,两个脑袋加两个身子整搞了两天。

 

这副漫画的构思来源于上学期的一门有关全球化的课程。在要求阅读的书目中,有Thomas Friedman的The World is Flat和The Lexus and the Olive Tree,以及George Soros的On Globalization。

 

这位Friedman先生在此领域是以记者和专栏作家的身份蜚声全球的,他在积极向上的中国同样受到追捧,keso曾说他应邀到中国讲过学、吃过烤鸭。可是这个人的水平究竟如何?按说他应该是媒体从业者的好榜样。但多数人的评论先搁一边,我认为他很一般。

 

我原来一直不知道什么叫“狗屎运”。我第一次听说这个词, 是在中国足球队冲出亚洲,而又无功而返的时候,人们说米卢就是中了“狗屎运”。细味了一段时间,又陆续在其他上下文里见到了这个词,我自以为已经理解了它的含义,即使我仍然感到其深意不可言传。

 

推而广之,Friedman就是中了狗屎运,在世界发生巨变的时候,他,作为一个记者,恰巧就在现场。他应该不是唯一的见证者,但却是嗓门最高的一位。每当他提到一个历史事件,或者言及某位大佬的时候,总不忘设问一句,我为什么对此如何心知肚明呢?因为我那时就在瑞士的会议现场啊、因为我采访过那位大佬 250次啊⋯⋯他不厌其烦地卖弄他的记者身份,让人直想把他写的满是口水的大书拍向他的肥头大耳。

 

Friedman成了畅销书作家。像新东方的老师一样,他也懂得如何吸引观众,讲一些无关弘旨的笑话和逸闻,好让大家打起精神,让读者对外声称自己最近刚看过一本讲全球化的大部头,让那些寻求轻松而又逃避艰涩的虚荣心得到滋养。

 

在The Lexus and the Olive Tree一书中,他讲在日本宾馆剥橘子皮的故事就有一两页;在再版序言中他腆着脸说:有人说我喜欢全球化,对,我就是热爱全球化。不错,因为 Friedman一直“在场”,一直与资本操盘手和技术精英们对话,他对全球化的描述详细而八卦,但是他声调过高,大量转述道听途说,缺乏批判精神。他对全球化的高歌热忱不亚于新闻联播和人民日报对天上人间共和谐的态度。他的书,掐头去尾,挤去水分,有1/2甚至1/3的篇幅就足够说事的了。

 

也许这就是作一名专栏作家的好处——你不用实地考察,不必找人采访,直接信口胡诌,一边赚着稿费,一边吹嘘着“世界上最好的职业就是专栏作家,因为可以满世界溜达”。

 

再说Soros,他的态度是全面的,或者说起码是两面的。他净捞的干的讲,这也注定他写不出畅销书。但是他的成就远在写书之外。作为从社会主义国家成长起来的犹太人,他知道什么是贫穷、迫害、官僚和腐败。去国离家之后,他从全球化中受益,成了亿万富翁,但是他也在反思全球化的负面影响,同时身体力行拿出巨款帮助发展中国家。他的所作所为,有些已经初见成效,有的正确与否还得等待时间的检验,但是起码他的态度是科学和端正的。

 

我一直觉得他们俩的姓氏很有意思。Soros和忧伤Sorrows接近,而Fried跟高兴Freude相似。所以顺便再做一个文字游戏。Stiglitz写的有关全球化的文章又有趣又有用,不过他的名字不好对仗,做不了手脚。

 

以高跟鞋作为比喻,是某天在床上迷迷糊糊撞到的点子。为了找到合适的女人身子,我在Google的图片搜索和Flickr上逡巡了很久。那时侯我就呆在学校的图书馆里,看着性感或者是色情的图片。后来反应过来,也许旁边的同学会觉得我偏好女人。

jobs address at the commencement at stanforn univ. i translate the full text into chinse, here:http://www.donews.net/biantaishabi/archive/2005/06/18/435052.aspx

吕欣欣 ,现在在做feedsky,吴鲁加对他的白描是:“脑子里对他的猜想俨然是:头大、人帅、嘴刁。(脑子转得比较快,按理脑瓜不该太小;闲扯时酷爱泡妞并自夸成功率颇高,想必不丑;日志文风可估计谈吐不会太木讷……)”——据说猜想对了两个。

 

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This building fascinates me. It has so many pipes all over it and I love the shadows cast by the air con vents. Donew from a photo. It only gets the sun on rare occasions.

Identifier: miningreview27sout

Title: Mining review

Year: 1908 (1900s)

Authors: South Australia. Mines Dept South Australia. Mines Dept. Short review of mining operations in the State of South Australia South Australia. Mines Dept. Review of mining operations in the State of South Australia

Subjects: Mines and mineral resources

Publisher: Adelaide

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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le of small shafts closeto it were unprovided with any means of descent or ascent. A little S. of the shaft is a large open cutting said to be on the Kangaroolode, while to the N.E. there is another cutting said to be on the Spitfirelode. Two and a half chains farther to the S.E. is another large open cut, about2^ch. in length, and farther S. some other surface workings extend for somedistance. Six chains E.S.E. from the Kangaroo Shaft is the entrance ofanother adit, driven into the hill at the lowest level. This adit at the entrance has a bearing of N. 70deg. W., and is said tohave a total length of 450ft., and to have cut the Kangaroo and Spitfire 72 lodes, which were drivtii on N. and S., and the lodes stoped up to thesurface in places. As, however, this level was also dammed up in connec-tion with the extraction of copper from the mine water which flows throughit, no inspection of the underground workings could be made, and no reliableinformation as to the lodes could be obtained.

 

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This adit traverses a large rounded hill, about 140ft. in height, the topof which shows an ironstone formation, W. of the Kangaroo Shaft. A long trench has been cut near the top of the hill, and a small pit sunkin this formation. From the evidence disclosed, however, it would appearthat this ironstone is not the outcropping of a lode formation, but a super-ficial lateritic formation derived from the underlying schist. The schists 73 here cany a profusion of audalusite crystals, showing as small inclusions,and in the pit traces of these crystals can be seen in the ferruginous forma-tion close to the surface, and becoming more defined with depth, tending toshow that the iron capping is merely due to alteration of the schists. Some small pits sunk near a gully on the northern fall of the hill shoAVtraces of copper minerals, but other than this there is very little work doneW. of the Kangaroo Shaft, and not much trace of copper. The workings of the Kanmantoo West lie on the western slopes

  

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一直想自己制作T-shirt,这次终于鼓起勇气尝试了一下,还是最早自己的想法。

不是太好看吧= =

我的水平就在这里了,唉,如何在Photoshop中画圆都不知道 orz,还好有flash的帮助= =

 

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Giggle萨玛,先拿你开刀了,sorry

 

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Identifier: oldconcordherhig00sidna

Title: Old Concord, her highways and byways;

Year: 1892 (1890s)

Authors: Sidney, Margaret, 1844-1924

Subjects: Concord (Mass.) -- Description and travel

Publisher: Boston, D. Lothrop company

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

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nearer to the village. This was the OrchardHouse; the hill, making a little detour, as it were,from the road, the dwelling being set in this curve,and thus drawn back from the wayfaring. Septimius Felton dwelt in a two-story house,Hawthorne tells us, gabled before, but with onlytwo rooms on a floor, crowded upon by the hill be-hind. (The Wayside.) A house of thick walls,as if the projector had that sturdy feeling of per-manence in life which incites people to makestrong their earthly habitations. Perhaps this j^rojector, by some occult law of heredity, handeddown through the years his belief in the perma-nence of life, as a bequeathment to Septimius. Itwas, he tells us, an ordinary dwelling of a well-to-doNew England farmer, such as his race had been fortwo or three generations past, although there weretraditions of ancestors who had led lives of thoughtand study, and possessed all the erudition that theuniversities of England could bestow. The Larch path Hawthorne laid out at the top

 

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Her Higlnvays and Byways. 67 of tlic gentle slope that rises from the wayfaring;following that winding curve made by the road asit breaks away from the straighter line and theturnpike. Along its outer edge, the romancer andhis wife planted the slips of trees brought from OldEngland, scarcely able to realize, even in a vision,the wealth of foliage, and the graceful, tremulouspendants that now, on a summer day, conceal thepath from the curious gaze of the passer-by. In-deed could Hawthorne see now his old home, whatsurprise would overtake him! No bare hillsidewith a scanty growth of infant trees and shrubs tomark its summit while bending in discouragedfashion to the stormy north wind, but a brave,luxuriant forest, crowning with lavish beneficenceevery undulation, till at last on the upper heightit raises triumphant arms to the sky above. Drawn back from the Larch path, and within astones throw of the old apple-tree on the lawn thatfurnished a wealth of bloom (his favorite flower) forhis

  

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