Nálepka “message”

Screenshots of Despair

“It Gets Better” — Love, Pixar

Best Signs

WikiLeaks releases 573.000 pager intercepts from 9/11

7:05:57 AM – Please don’t leave the building. One of the towers just collapsed!
PLease, please be careful. Repeat,
8:51:31 AM – Andrew.Terzakis@pentagon.af.mil|Please call Pentagon Weather|UNCLASSIFIED
Please call Pentagon Weather…….reference 1030 Meeting…..703-695-0406
ANDREW J. TERZAKIS, Lt
8:53:44 AM – “NYPD Ops Div” <|1 PCT WORLD TRADE CENTER|— 1 PCT – WORLD TRADE CENTER –
POSSIBLE EXPLOSION WORLD TRADE CENTER BUILDING. LEVEL 3 MOBILIZATION TO CHURCH
AND VESSY.

From 3AM on Wednesday November 25, 2009, until 3AM the following day (US east coast time), WikiLeaks will release over half a million US national text pager intercepts.
The intercepts cover a 24 hour period surrounding the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and Washington.
To foster a deeper understanding, the messages will be released to the global community “live”. That is, the first message, corresponding to 3AM September 11, 2001, five hours before the first attack, will be released at 3AM November 25, 2009 and the last, corresponding to 3AM September 12, 2001 at 3AM November 26, 2009.
To follow the release, please visit http://911.wikileaks.org

Interesting ones in the discussion

Home

We are living in exceptional times. Scientists tell us that we have 10 years to change the way we live, avert the depletion of natural resources and the catastrophic evolution of the Earth’s climate.

The stakes are high for us and our children. Everyone should take part in the effort, and HOME has been conceived to take a message of mobilization out to every human being.

Nigel Buchanan

Marjo van den Boomen

Matchbox Labels

“My interest in matchbox labels lies primarily in the design but also the concept that these small images can communicate to a large number of people.”
“1950s and 60s Eastern European labels captivate me most. Why did this area of the world embrace modern design and imagery when many countries, including Britain, still preferred the Victorian aesthetic?”

(and the photoset)