Posts Tagged ‘@twitter’

“El secreto de una buena vida: comer la mitad, caminar el doble” …

8 July 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

-@tumblr-

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-read on @Twitter-

Vegetación murciana en la ciudad: eugenias y nolinas

27 June 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Eugenia Myrtifolia (Flickr, John Tann)

Sabía de la existencia de los narcisos, las rosas y las hortensias. Desconocía por completo que mi tocaya fuera tan graciosa. Gracias a este tuit del Ayuntamiento de Murcia estos días descubrí a las eugenias.

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Más información sobre las eugenias (@Wikipedia)

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugenia_(planta)

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Animadversiones personales, mala interpretación y lapidaciones

18 June 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

(Enrique Bunbury, compositor y cantante español)

[@bunburyoficial en Twitter]

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Hacer RT a un tuit en la red del pájaro azul no significa que uno firme que está conforme con un verso del androide que nos vigila desde el bolsillo o en la mesa de la sala de estar.

A veces uno retuitea información para compartir con sus seguidores porque le parece graciosa. También puede ser que uno esté de acuerdo o muy de acuerdo con lo que ese tuit comunica.

Sirva como ejemplo cada vez que la @guardiacivil o la @policia publica la fotografía de personas desaparecidas solicitando RT y yo les hago caso, mi RT no implica que esté de acuerdo con la desaparición ni me guste que haya desapariciones, sino que quiero compartir y difundir esa fotografía para que los Cuerpos y Fuerzas de Seguridad del Estado rescaten a esas personas.

Hace apenas cuatro días Enrique Bunbury lo pasó mal. Tuvo que pasarlo mal para escribir esta carta:

Creo que esta carta debería leerse en la asignatura de Ética para que los estudiantes conociesen el daño sufrido por gente que piensa diferente a la mayoría. Hay que aprender a leer despacio, conocer herramientas específicas en contextos diferentes (RT en Twitter). Pensar a solas cuesta un poco, pero vale la pena. Merece la pena.

 

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#PDF

https://tinyurl.com/y9az3pxv

-carta abierta de E. Bunbury-

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Patrick Hutchinson (Hutchinson with H as in Hero)

15 June 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

photo by Dylan Martínez

(REUTERS)

Black Lives Matter protester seen carrying a white man through an angry crowd in London says he wants ‘equality for all races and people’
By Amir Vera, Salma Abdelaziz and Zahid Mahmood, CNN
June 15, 2020

London (CNN)The black man seen carrying an injured white man to safety during a chaotic scene at protests in London Saturday told CNN he did it to avoid catastrophe.

The image of Patrick Hutchinson’s selfless act has now spread across the globe. Hutchinson told CNN Sunday it was the first Black Lives Matter protest he attended, and he helped the white man because he didn’t want the main reason for the protests to be lost in one moment of violence.
Protesters in London and all over the world have taken to the streets calling for police reform after the deaths of black people at the hands of police. These deaths most recently include George Floyd in Minneapolis and Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta.
“My real focus was on avoiding a catastrophe, all of a sudden the narrative changes into ‘Black Lives Matters, Youngsters Kill Protesters.’ That was the message we were trying to avoid,” Hutchinson said.”  

(…)

Continue reading:

https://edition.cnn.com/2020/06/14/uk/london-blm-protester-injured-man-photo-trnd/index.html

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I think, Hutchinson must have thought this

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@BBCNews (UK) on @Twitter

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The Prime of Miss Jessica H. Wilson

30 May 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Beatrice Cenci (Guido Reni)

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Bodying forth the Classics: A Manifesto by Jessica H. Wilson

extract:

“This spring I read Muriel Spark’s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie solely because of the blurb on the back of the book said: “Determined to instill in [her students] independence, passion, and ambition, Miss Brodie advises her girls, ‘Safety does not come first. Goodness, Truth, and Beauty come first. Follow me.’” I hoped that Miss Brodie could be a teacher to inspire me during the quarantine to keep teaching well. I probably should have streamed Dead Poets Society or Goodbye, Mr. Chips.

Instead of inspiring her students to contemplate goodness, truth, and beauty, as she professes, Miss Brodie tells them scandalous stories about her romance with men who have since died in the War. She binds her students together in a pact against the authority of the school and attempts to image herself in them. Ms. Brodie asks students to parrot her preferences, rather than imitate her loves. When a student answers that Leonardo Da Vinci is the greatest Italian painter, Miss Brodie corrects her, “That is incorrect. The answer is Giotto, he is my favorite.” Miss Brodie is an example of a teacher who tries to make disciples of herself for herself.” (…) 

Continue reading:

 

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Miss Jessica´s Twitter account is

@HootenWilson

#PDF

https://tinyurl.com/y9trt3bk

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“Pronouns are vague” (Global English controversial tweets)

23 April 2020

twitter:@eugenio_fouz

(louxoenjoyables on @tumblr)

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I can’t help saving this A4paper

I ´ve read on @Twitter about language

a few days ago

https://tinyurl.com/y959kvh2

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Hopper mix

10 April 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Edward Hopper

compartido por Jacobo García, @Jacobogg en Twitter

Grafías recomendadas por la RAE vía @RAEinforma (cta.Tw)

30 March 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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“… and start writing” (Hugh Kearns)

11 March 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Joan Didion, writer and journalist

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Inspirational tweet written by Hugh Kearns (@ithinkwellHugh)

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PhD.-sophomore

Ida y vuelta (Amalia Bautista)

8 March 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

tuit de @literlandweb1

 Amalia Bautista

https://circulodepoesia.com/2016/12/poesia-espanola-amalia-bautista/

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