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Clément V
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Je veux le même à la défense
Nous allons vous faire préférer l'escalier ! - le jeu influence les décisions... la preuve !
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C'est presque devenu une habitude : chaque intervention présidentielle comporte son lot d'approximations et de contre-vérités chiffrées. Celle d'hier soir n'a pas échappé à la règle. Nous en avons trouvé six parmi les propos de Nicolas Sarkozy :
Les approximations de Nicolas Sarkozy
Les approximations de Nicolas Sarkozy
decodeurs.blog.lemonde.fr
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Interesting article of Pico Lyer
The ideas from +Clay Johnson's new book, The Information Diet (http://informationdiet.com), seem to be in the air. No sooner does the book come out than there's a wonderful essay in the New York Times by +Pico Iyer on much the same theme.

Clay's book is practical; Pico's essay is lyrical and historical:

"The urgency of slowing down — to find the time and space to think — is nothing new, of course, and wiser souls have always reminded us that the more attention we pay to the moment, the less time and energy we have to place it in some larger context. “Distraction is the only thing that consoles us for our miseries,” the French philosopher Blaise Pascal wrote in the 17th century, “and yet it is itself the greatest of our miseries.” He also famously remarked that all of man’s problems come from his inability to sit quietly in a room alone.

"When telegraphs and trains brought in the idea that convenience was more important than content — and speedier means could make up for unimproved ends — Henry David Thoreau reminded us that “the man whose horse trots a mile in a minute does not carry the most important messages.” Even half a century ago, Marshall McLuhan, who came closer than most to seeing what was coming, warned, “When things come at you very fast, naturally you lose touch with yourself.” Thomas Merton struck a chord with millions, by not just noting that “Man was made for the highest activity, which is, in fact, his rest,” but by also acting on it, and stepping out of the rat race and into a Cistercian cloister."

Read the whole thing. It's worth your time.
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2011 en photos..plus ou moins belles...
Simply Amazing... Look.Read.Share.
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LIFE: 2011 Pictures of the Year (105 photos)
105 Photos - View album
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je le recommande
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Fan de cette idée mais j'ai quelques doute sur la durée de vie d'une telle installation dans le metro parisien...
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