Posts Tagged ‘@wikipedia’

No me preguntes cómo

19 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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No me preguntes cómo; solo sé que llegué a ella a través del laberinto de letras que viven en mi cabeza.

anna ajmátova

Anna Ajmátova, poeta

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Ajmátova

@Wikipedia

Hay en la intimidad un límite sagrado…

ANNA AJMÁTOVA

Hay en la intimidad un límite sagrado
Que trasponer no puede aun la pasión más loca
Siquiera si el amor el corazón desgarra
Y en medio del silencio se funden nuestras bocas.

La amistad nada puede, nada pueden los años
De vuelos elevados, de llameante dicha,
Cuando es el alma libre y no la vence
La dulce languidez del goce y la lascivia.

Pretenden alcanzarlo mentes enajenadas,
Y a quienes lo trasponen los colma la tristeza.
¿Comprendes tú ahora por qué mi corazón
No late a ritmo debajo de tu diestra?

(Versión de María Teresa León)

Being a gemini / cell phone´s screen

6 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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smartphone 

3rd screen

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El Cristo de Borja (Zaragoza)

#restauradora: Cecilia Giménez#

-@Wikipedia-

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecce_Homo_de_Borja

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“En el muelle de San Blas” (Maná)/ @cansinoroyal

6 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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@Twitter

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@YouTube vídeo, 5:47 mins.

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Maná

Maná, banda de rock pop mexicana

-@Wikipedia-

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maná_(banda)

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Otra versión de “En el muelle de San Blas” de Maná

Cansino Royal, @cansinoroyal

https://twitter.com/cansinoroyal/status/1434442240542314497?s=20

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Bailo la pena (Macaco)

5 September 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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-@Twitter-

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Macaco 

Bailo la pena 

@YouTube video, 4:18 mins.

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macaco

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macaco_(músico)

@Wikipedia

 

El día de hoy / MOBY, Find my baby

30 August 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Hace dos días empecé a interesarme por la música de Moby. Viajábamos en coche de regreso a casa y mi hijo eligió unas canciones. Me llamó la atención la letra reiterativa, y el ritmo pegadizo. Hoy he estado buscando MOBY en @google y acabo de descubrir a un artista, a Richard Melville.

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Moby, Find my baby

@YouTube video, 3:09 mins

LYRICS

MOBY

Find  my baby

[Refrain]
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!)
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!)

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna-

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna-

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!)
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!)

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!)
Before the sun goes down (Before the sun goes down)
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!)
Before the sun goes down (Before the sun goes down)

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!) (I’m gonna find my baby)
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!) (I’m gonna find my baby)

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down

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Moby (Richard Melville Hall)

Richard Melville

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moby

@Wikipedia

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-Kate Beckinsale, British actress-

Race Walk / Extra: “mamá, no quiero estudiar más”

28 August 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

río, 20km women

Río de Janeiro, Brazil (2016)- Women´s 20kms

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/20_kilometres_race_walk

race walk (@Wikipedia)

@YouTube video, 16:39 mins

 

 

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@YouTube video, 1:31 mins

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How to race walk (how to get started)

kindersley

 

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Do you want to tone more muscles, burn more calories per mile, and win competitions? Racewalking may be just the sport for you. See how you can achieve high speeds without breaking into a run.


Racewalking vs. Speedwalking
Racewalking is not just walking fast or speedwalking. Although a good fast walking technique borrows posture and arm motion from racewalking, it doesn’t use the straight leg technique that gives racewalking its hip rotation.

You can use the racewalking technique to walk faster in events such as 5K charity runs and half-marathons, even beating many runners to the finish line. But racewalking is its own competitive sport as well.

https://www.verywellfit.com/how-to-racewalk-3432986

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https://as.com/juegos_olimpicos/2021/08/06/noticias/1628241135_340886.html

AS. noticias (ESP)

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EXTRAS

“Mamá, no quiero estudiar más”

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“Man bites dog”, New Journalism on slideshare, et cetera

11 August 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Man bites dog (i)

-@Wikipedia-

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“The phrase man bites dog is a shortened version of an aphorism in journalism that describes how an unusual, infrequent event (such as a man biting a dog) is more likely to be reported as news than an ordinary, everyday occurrence with similar consequences, such as a dog biting a man. An event is usually considered more newsworthy if there is something unusual about it; a commonplace event is less likely to be seen as newsworthy, even if the consequences of both events have objectively similar outcomes. The result is that rarer events more often appear as news stories, while more common events appear less often, thus distorting the perceptions of news consumers of what constitutes normal rates of occurrence.”

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_bites_dog

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Man bites dog (ii)

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MAN BITES DOG! Truly unusual news that turns the expected on its head.

“This is a cliché of the news business: the unusual gets the headline, the expected is not news. In his chronicle of the (New York) Sun from to 1833-1918, Frank O’Brien quotes city editor John Bogart: “When a dog bites a man, that is not news because it happens so often. But if a man bites a dog, that is news.”reference 1 This may seem self-evident. However, the nature of what is and is not considered news shifts over time. The Man-bites-dog adage is actually part of larger set of journalistic principles that signaled a significant departure in journalistic values.

In the mid 19th century most newspapers were highly partisan—making today’s Fox News look genuinely fair and balanced. Readers were not always made aware what was a news story and what was a paid advertisement (think product placement). Many papers (with the exception of Horace Greeley’s Tribune) also prominently featured what we now call infotainment and fiction to the exclusion of hard news. The Sun regularly featured the rags-to-riches tales of Horatio Alger. “What did women readers of the Sun care about the discovery of oil in Pennsylvania,” O’Brien asks sardonically, “when they could devour daily two columns of ‘Jessie Graham; or Love and Pride?’”reference 2 In 1868 Charles A. Dana (a Greeley protégé) became the Sun’s editor and manager, implementing a radically differnt mission”

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http://www.metaphordogs.org/Dogs/entries/manbites.html

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On New Journalism (slideshare)

https://es.slideshare.net/canfezplay/new-journalism-5611290

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Who stole the news? 

Mort Rosenblum

https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/mort-rosenblum/who-stole-the-news/

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The kiss of Patricia Charbonneau / “Men can cry. Women can watch porn”

26 July 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Patricia Charbonneau (left) & Helen Shaver (right)

Patricia Charbonneau is one of the hottest actresses of the world in all senses

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American actress, Patricia Charbonneau

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patricia_Charbonneau

-via @Wikipedia-

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Desert Hearts (Dir. Donna Deitch, 1985)

a passionate love story between two women

based on the novel written by Jane Rule, “Desert of the Heart

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desert_Hearts

-via @Wikipedia-

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Men can cry. Women can watch porn …

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the kiss

@YouTube, 1:53 mins

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La poesía de Jaime Sabines y el Jaime Sabines de la poesía

23 July 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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-Jaime Sabines, poeta mejicano-

Me sorprendieron los versos de Sabines. Mientras buscaba los poemas de Eugenio Montejo, creo recordar, se me aparecieron los títulos de Jaime Sabines. Tuve curiosidad, entré y quedé tocado. 

“Yo no lo sé de cierto, pero supongo”

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Siga leyendo aquí: 

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poemas del alma: Jaime Sabines

https://www.poemas-del-alma.com/la-luna.htm

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más poesía de Jaime Sabines 

http://amediavoz.com/sabines.htm

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Biografía y obra de Jaime Sabines

-vía @Wikipedia-

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaime_Sabines

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“No es que muera de amor”

Jaime Sabines (voz)

@YouTube, 3:43 mins. 

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“The soldier” (Rupert Brooke)

18 July 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Rupert Brooke (3 August 1887: Rugby, Warwickshire, England / Died 23 April 1915 (aged 27)) was an English poet known for his idealistic war sonnets written during the First World War, especially The Soldier. He was also known for his boyish good looks, which were said to have prompted the Irish poet W. B. Yeats to describe him as “the handsomest young man in England” (…)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rupert_Brooke

-via @Wikipedia-

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The Soldier
BY RUPERT BROOKE
If I should die, think only this of me:
That there’s some corner of a foreign field
That is for ever England. There shall be
In that rich earth a richer dust concealed;
A dust whom England bore, shaped, made aware,
Gave, once, her flowers to love, her ways to roam;
A body of England’s, breathing English air,
Washed by the rivers, blest by suns of home.

And think, this heart, all evil shed away,
A pulse in the eternal mind, no less
Gives somewhere back the thoughts by England given;
Her sights and sounds; dreams happy as her day;
And laughter, learnt of friends; and gentleness,
In hearts at peace, under an English heaven.

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British National Anthem 

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