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Month: October 2014

First World War Via Ferrata and the tunnels dug by soldiers.

First World War Via Ferrata and the tunnels dug by soldiers.

For two years I have been doing research to find as much information as possible on the topic of via ferrata. Visiting the via ferratas which date back to the 1914-18 war would be interesting. In this short video recording we see some of the tunnels dug in to the mountain as well as where soldiers would have slept. Via ferrata is not just a sport to see nice landscapes. Historic exploration is also possible.

Headlines and muted news sources

Headlines and muted news sources

I have started to mute news sources that provide us with headlines that tell us how to feel rather than give us information about the content of the article. On Facebook the alternative would be to unfollow people I have met in person, friends. I prefer to mute news sources and get updates from friends. We will see when social media “experts” and headline writers go back to writing headlines that tell us about the content of articles.

Lost Forever: The Art of Film Preservation

Lost Forever: The Art of Film Preservation

This documentary short takes you inside the fascinating world of film preservation and restoration. From Gravitas Docufilms. Featuring George Willeman, Liz Stanley, Jan-Christopher Horak, Patrick Loughney, Leonard Maltin, Hugh Munro Neely, Robin Blaetz, Allen Daviau, Anne Morra, Michael Gates, Robert A.