O porvir do galego
//Debate no programa “A dúas bandas” na TVG de 1987 entre Ricardo Carvalho-Calero e Constantino García González//
//Irmão Daniel// - A Quenlha -
//Cyclowood// a bicicleta de madeira made in Galiza
Empresa de Verín elabora de xeito artesanal cadros ecolóxicos de madeira con prestacións similares aos de carbono.
(A web podería estar en galego tamen // e como apunta novemberfive unha imaxe máis acorde co que fan non estaba mal tmapouco :D)
Manifestación nacional “polos dereitos sexuais e reprodutivos” en Compostela (9/3/14)
Remata a primeira tempada
War shit stuck in tree shit.
This 16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways
A few months ago, we showed you a dos-à-dos book—one with a hard back that forms the front of another book. This rare book owned by the National Library of Sweden is even more complex. Erik Kwakkel, a medieval book historian at Leiden University, says that this book is actually six books that are each opened differently. Each book opens and closes with a little clasp.
All of the books are devotional texts printed in Germany in the 1550s through 1570s, including a copy of Martin Luther’s widely-read The Shorter Catechism.The book is currently owned by the National Swedish Library and resides in Stockholm, among the Royal Library’s archives. Only for advanced readers, advanced readers with low attentions spans.
While Afghanistan has been one the most heavily documented countries over the past decade, few photojournalists have approached it with the depth and perspective of Majid Saeedi. Saeedi, a native of Iran, was not allowed to work in his home country for four years, following his coverage of the turbulent 2009 Iranian election. This exile led him to embrace the people of Afghanistan as his main subject. ‘War is not the only thing going on in Afghanistan,’ he writes. ‘Sharing a common tongue, I found that I could live alongside the Afghans, understanding, laughing and crying with them.’