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Post by pitt » 22/02/2007 04:03

dje crven ban :D:D


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Post by pitt » 22/02/2007 04:09

ne rapidsherujem ja nista :D:D:D

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Post by pitt » 22/02/2007 05:09

aha :D:D:D


smanji fotku delegat :D (black)

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Post by prleitihi » 22/02/2007 05:12

za 'vol'ku sliku..ja bih ban dijelio.. :x :x :oops: ..da sam mircy.. :D :D :D

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Post by Kimur » 27/02/2007 07:54

super tema!! samo tako nastavi
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Post by aminasjj » 27/02/2007 08:19

oh wow, svaka cast!! hvala!!! :-D

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Post by Nosferatu » 12/03/2007 06:14

Saul Bellow je legendaran pisac. Jevrej iz Chicaga. Niko nije bolje obradio teme emigranata Jevreja u Americi, o kojima on pise iz prve ruke, doduse ne toliko u Advanterues of Augie March, ako jos sta naletis od njega molim te postavi. Moja preporuka Herzog. Augie je tezak, dug i zajeban al' vrijedan truda iako je to njegova prva knjiga objavljenja. Za Herzoga je dobio Pulitzer-a ja mislim. Umro je mozda prije godinu, ili dvije, sjecam se tacno kako sam sjedio u kafeteriji, uzeo novine, procitao da je umro i iscjepao taj clanak i stavio u novcanik, dugo sam nosio sa sobom.

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Post by pitt » 12/03/2007 19:26

samo za teka infru :D:D:D weekend izdanje WSJ-a preporucuje ovih 5 knjiga :D:D

Five Best
National Public Radio newsman Scott Simon reports on his favorite books about journalism
By SCOTT SIMON
March 10, 2007; Page P6

1. In Search of Light
Edited by Edward Bliss Jr.
Knopf, 1967

Forget the hagiography of Edward R. Murrow since his death in 1965. All the evidence we need to understand what made Murrow broadcast journalism's first great star can be found in "In Search of Light," a collection of scripts for his broadcasts between 1938 and 1961. He had a mesmerizing presence on the air to match momentous events and, as this book reminds us, a rare poetic power. Murrow wrote for the ear -- and heart. His descriptions of the London Blitz as "a terrible symphony of fire and light," or of the starved survivors of a death camp welcoming Allied soldiers with applause from arms so frail that "it sounded like the handclapping of babies," are unsurpassed images of two of the signature events of the 20th century.

2. Not So Wild a Dream
By Eric Sevareid
Knopf, 1946

When my high-school English teacher first handed me a battered old copy of "Not So Wild a Dream," I knew Eric Sevareid only for his two-minute commentaries on Uncle Walter's evening news on CBS. He was famously dour and pompous in the role -- but that wasn't Sevareid, really. He grew up yearning for adventure, and within a few years of leaving home in Velva, N.D., he was reporting on World War II. He saw the fall of France, covered London's stalwart resilience and survived weeks in the Burmese jungle after parachuting from a damaged plane. In this book, he proved a lyrical memoirist. Of returning to the U.S. at war's end, Sevareid writes: "I felt that I had missed my youth, but lived through an era."

3. A Child of the Century
By Ben Hecht
Simon & Schuster, 1954

When I was a boy and first read Ben Hecht's autobiography, "A Child of the Century," it made me want to be a Chicago reporter, just as seeing Mickey Mantle made some kids want to be a New York Yankee. Could anything be more fun than working at a newspaper? Reporters got to ride firetrucks, peep through keyholes and call people up in the middle of the night. Hecht was skeptical about journalism's ultimate value ("Trying to determine what is going on in the world by reading newspapers is like trying to tell the time by watching the second hand of a clock"), but he remained enamored of the city he covered in the 1910s and '20s: "Skyscrapers banged at a cymbal sun. The headlines of murder, rape, and swindle were ribbons round a Maypole. The Elevated squealed hosannas in the sooty air." Hecht would move on to writing for Broadway and for Hollywood, but he always saw himself as a hard-nosed Chicago newsman at play among artsy daffodils.

4. The Front Page
By Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur
Covici Friede, 1928

Each of the four films made of the 1928 play "The Front Page" dilutes some of the acid drip of Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur's send-up of journalism. And none of the movies affords the pleasure of reading aloud the original, rocketing dialogue. Some aspects of the play are out of date (modern reporters don't play poker while gossiping, they play with their BlackBerrys while gossiping), but the story is still convincing -- and hilarious. Reporters tart up sob stories and hide escaped cons in roll-top desks. Pols prosecute sad sacks for publicity just before elections, and newspapers gladly cooperate. Nowadays, when news executives and academic scolds drone on about the sanctity of journalism, they should be handed a copy of "The Front Page" like a Miranda card, to let them know that they have the right to remain silent if they can't also acknowledge the long history of slimy reporting.


5. Sarajevo Daily
By Tom Gjelten
HarperCollins, 1995

"Sarajevo Daily" reminds you that bringing news to people can be a gift and a privilege. My colleague Tom Gjelten (we both covered the war in Bosnia in the early 1990s) here profiles the struggles of the Sarajevo newspaper Oslobodjenje to keep publishing during the longest siege of the 20th century. Even though at some points staffers were being paid in cigarettes, they dared sniper fire to bring back stories and to deliver the papers; they lost loved ones and struggled with ruptured friendships across ethnic lines. Just when the dangers of war made it seem impossible to do bold, honest reporting, they learned that it was more necessary than ever to try.

Mr. Simon hosts NPR's "Weekend Edition." He is the author of "Pretty Birds" (Random House, 2005), a novel set during the siege of Sarajevo.

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Post by Lisac » 13/04/2007 10:17

josh uvijek u testnoj fazi i ne tako bogata ali ipak preporuchljva google-chitaonica :D da se naci obilje interesantnih stvari, neke su dostpne u cijelosti u neke se da jako dobro zaviriti, pa bujrum chitaoci :D

http://books.google.com

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Post by chinese_water » 13/04/2007 11:05

Mirc, server: undernet, #bookz ...

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Post by Saraswati » 13/04/2007 14:09

chinese_water wrote:Mirc, server: undernet, #bookz ...

Morte, otkud ti? :D :D :D

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Post by Sogan » 13/04/2007 14:36

Saraswati wrote:
chinese_water wrote:Mirc, server: undernet, #bookz ...

Morte, otkud ti? :D :D :D


Saro, isto me pitanje muci :D :D


uh naka me tjeskoba safata na ovom podforumu o knjigama :run:

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Post by chinese_water » 13/04/2007 15:02

Sogan wrote:
Saraswati wrote:
chinese_water wrote:Mirc, server: undernet, #bookz ...

Morte, otkud ti? :D :D :D


Saro, isto me pitanje muci :D :D


uh naka me tjeskoba safata na ovom podforumu o knjigama :run:

ma evo...spremam doktorat :-) :-) :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Saraswati » 13/04/2007 16:27

Spremavas, jel? :D

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Post by shin » 25/04/2007 20:46

Hoće li recepti uskoro?

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Post by Saraswati » 25/04/2007 21:03

Divi, što je opasna otkad je moderatorka :oops: :oops: :oops: :D

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Post by pitt » 25/04/2007 22:06

Saraswati wrote:Divi, što je opasna otkad je moderatorka :oops: :oops: :oops: :D


sta ono mesha kaze za vlast :D:D:D:D:D
Joj ban mi ne gine :D:D:D:D

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Post by Sogan » 25/04/2007 22:17

pitt wrote:
Saraswati wrote:Divi, što je opasna otkad je moderatorka :oops: :oops: :oops: :D


sta ono mesha kaze za vlast :D:D:D:D:D
Joj ban mi ne gine :D:D:D:D


Ko je moderatorka :? Infra :shock: :? Pa zar nije ona proglasena neuracunljivom :?

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Post by black » 25/04/2007 22:18

Sogan wrote:
Ko je moderatorka :? Infra :shock: :? Pa zar nije ona proglasena neuracunljivom :?


hajd bar ce smanjiti sa zachatavanjem :oops: :D :P

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Post by Sogan » 25/04/2007 22:25

black wrote:
Sogan wrote:
Ko je moderatorka :? Infra :shock: :? Pa zar nije ona proglasena neuracunljivom :?


hajd bar ce smanjiti sa zachatavanjem :oops: :D :P


sta ja znam :roll: taj status tebe bas i nije pretjerano sputao :P Sta bi tek bilo kad bi neko Pittu dao funkciju moderatora :-) Arnold za guvernera je manji apsurd :D

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Post by black » 25/04/2007 22:28

Sogan wrote:
sta ja znam :roll: taj status tebe bas i nije pretjerano sputao :P Sta bi tek bilo kad bi neko Pittu dao funkciju moderatora :-) Arnold za guvernera je manji apsurd :D


:lol:


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Post by arman1 » 27/04/2007 09:44

Mogu li opet linkovi za Asimova i ako može Ja robot na našem(kojem got) ako ko ima.

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Post by arman1 » 03/05/2007 11:29

HVALA VELIKA

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