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Multiple sclerosis: Immune cells also attack neurons directly7thSpace Interactive (press release)... now University Medical Center Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz) has now been published in the journal Immunity (DOI 10.1016/j.immuni.2010.08.018)*. ...Imaging Study Provides New View Of Multiple SclerosisMedical News Today (press release)all 5 news articles »
The Future of ThingsBreakthrough in Thin-Film Solar CellsThe Future of ThingsScientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) in Germany have recently reported a breakthrough in their search for more efficient thin-film solar ...
Gutenberg! The Musical! absurdist funStraight.comAs the season changes, Gutenberg! The Musical! is an excellent reminder of the fun to be had indoors. The premise of the show is that Doug (Nathan Clark) ...Goofy Gutenberg skims over historic accuracy with optimistic charmVancouver Courierall 2 news articles »
Animal Studies Offer Insights Into MSBusinessWeek... potentially reversible," wrote Professor Frauke Zipp, of Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, and colleagues in a news release from the publisher. ...and more »
Pocket-lint.comHow to Do (Almost) Everything With a Kindle 3ReutersYou can also download public-domain books from Project Gutenberg and Google Books. In fact, that's where a lot of Amazon's free books come from. ...Multi tasking on Amazon KindleThaindian.comall 204 news articles »
Gutenberg eReader Brings the Entire eBook Library to Google Android UsersPR Web (press release)New Gutenberg eRedaer delivers free ebook from the entire Project Gutenberg library to reading enthusiasts with Google Android phones and devices. ...and more »
THE MOUSE THAT SCORED: GPO publishes its own comic book (*starring Gutenberg!)Washington Post... young readers weaned on videogames particularly interested in the centuries-old history of printing -- get the "Halo" generation intrigued by Gutenberg? ...and more »
'Kindle-ization' Clearwater High Replaces Books with E-ReadersThe LedgerThen again, so were books before Gutenberg invented his press. But as the 2000-plus students at Clearwater High School received their very own, ...and more »
Federal Times (blog)Squeaks the mouse channels GutenbergWashington Post (blog)By The Post's Lisa Rein In a new comic book published by the Government Printing Office, a mouse named Squeaks teaches a little boy about the history of ...Excelsior! GPO publishes first comic bookFederal Times (blog)all 5 news articles »
The Emotional Timeline Of 9/11, Courtesy Of WikiLeaksDefamer AustraliaThe psychology students at Germany's Johannes Gutenberg University parsed the pager messages, which encompass a 24-hour period surrounding 9/11, ...
Best websites to download free eBooks onlineHeliumThe Project Gutenberg sitehas over 32000 ebooks that you can download for free. The free ebooks on Gutenberg.org are primarily classic books by famous ...
HealthJockey.comResearchers discover genes linked to asthma?HealthJockey.comPreviously we reported that experts from the University Medical Center of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz examined how asthma develops. ...and more »
Media revolutions: From Gutenberg to the iPadDeseret NewsGutenberg ushered in the print revolution in 1440, altering the way people conceived of the world they lived in. In 1620, English statesman and philosopher ...
Forbes (blog)OMG The Internet is Eating MY BRAIN! (Part 2)Forbes (blog)The best example of this is the advent of print: About 40 years after Gutenberg, as paper printing and paper folding took hold, books became portable ...and more »
Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)Stephenson & Bear CollaborateLocus Online“PULP is what Gutenberg would have come up with if he hadn't jumped the gun and released six hundred years early,” said Stephenson. ...Stephenson and Bear Release 'social Book'PC WorldBest-Selling Authors Neal Stephenson and Greg Bear, With Subutai Corporation ...PR Newswire (press release)all 24 news articles »
E-Books: Project Gutenberg (PG) Founder Michael Hart with Some New PG StatsiticsResourceShelf (blog)It was 40 years ago when Michael Hart began Project Gutenberg. It's a great reminder for some and history for others that book digitization did not begin in ...
Boston GlobeCover storyBoston GlobeBy Tom Scocca In the beginning, before there was such a thing as a Gutenberg Bible, Johannes Gutenberg laid out his rows of metal type and brushed them with ...
To be able to find, in seconds , a half remembered quotation from Plato is something almost anyone can do today, thanks to electronic technology. But to be able to retire with a dog-eared book, revisiting familiar haunts and scribbling on the margins, comforted by paper and ink, is something anyone should still be able to do. Reading is the ability to enter a text and explore it to one's fullest individual capacities. Young readers , like travellers who have only learned to drive automatic cars , no longer seem to be able to shift gears at will , relying instead on a vehicle that promises to take them everywhere. " Though I believe in the obvious usefulness of a virtual library, I am not a user of e - books, those modern incarnations of the Assyrian tablets , nor of the Lilliputian ipods, nor the nostalgic Game Boys. I believe as Ray Bradbury put it, that "the internet is a big distraction" I am accustomed to the space of a page and the solid flesh of paper and ink. Make a book whatever one's experience, taste , intuition, and knowledge dictate. (From A Reader on Reading - By Alberto Manguel) In the ideal library it is never too warm or too cold. The ideal library has no closing hours. The ideal library allows scribbling in its books. The ideal library is both popular and secret. No copyright intended
Start the PressesNew York TimesJohannes Gutenberg did not find a way to profit from his technical achievements. The Gutenberg Bible, a gigantic project, required large amounts of capital ...and more »
Project Gutenberg on quest to digitize 1 billion booksLos Angeles Times (blog)Johannes Gutenberg may have invented modern printing, but Michael Hart invented the e-book. At least that's what Hart's e-mail signature says. ...Morning Money Matters: The Gutenberg ProjectWRDW-TVall 3 news articles »
Learn about recent research in the field of Hebrew illuminated manuscripts and decorated printed books, on the occasion of the exhibition of the Braginsky Collection, currently on view at Yeshiva University Museum. www.yumuseum.org Emile GL Schrijver, Curator, Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, Special Collections, University of Amsterdam
Maybe Helen Thomas' new career could be doing PR for BP. Nah. How about starring in the next version of The A-Team? Hey, this is more fun than explaining real news. But Uncle Jay takes aim and HE SCO-O-ORES!
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University of Toronto and St. Michael's College student Imre Rozsa demonstrates at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library the finer points of printing with a replica Gutenberg press he built for an independent study course "The Mechanism and Practicality of Early Printing Presses."
This is some behind-the-scenes footage of latex fetish model, RubberDoll, during her shoot with Von Gutenberg magazine. The shoot occurred in San Francisco on December 4, 2009 at Von Gutenberg world headquarters. Keep an eye out for an upcoming issue of the magazine featuring RubberDoll.
The VON GUTENBERG Fetish Ball last December was again amazing, stunning and unique. Come dressed to impress and enjoy a night of fashion, fantasy and performances! Von Gutenberg is organizing the best fantasy Entertainment in San Francisco! The next 3 day event is March 11,12 and 13 in San Francisco www.vongutenbergfetishball.com
This video documents a demonstration of the original Gutenberg printing press, conducted as part of a tour of the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz, Germany. This video was produced by Michael Huntsberger, Ph.D. The video was originally distributed in the fall of 2008 as a portion of a video podcast created for Furman University. The content is intended for noncommercial education purposes only. No portion of this video, including audio tracks, may be used without the expressed written permission of Dr. Michael Huntsberger, Linfield College, USA.
The Ovi Store is now accessible on the Nokia N900 and in this video you can see a couple of applications I loaded. Project Gutenberg reader lets you find, download, and read ebooks while Angry Birds is a hilarious game with great graphics and funny sounds.
Hilary (www.Hilarysvanity.com) and her models backstage at the Von Gutenberg Fetish Ball (presented in association with Marquis America) preparing for the fashion show at the Supperclub in San Francisco, CA.
Pretty much how the press works. Nothing special.
Chris Fitzgerald and Jeremy Shamos perform Tomorrow is Tonight from the Off Broadway Show Gutenberg! The Musical at The Lincoln Center Barnes and Noble in NYC. www.gutenbergstravels.com
The father of the modern printing press in a torrid love triangle? Johannes Gutenberg must have gotten plenty of ink back in the 15th century, the way Barry Mitchell, Carole Lee Podell and Mary Philips portray him in song. Mark Rimple accompanies on lute. From ABC-TV World News Now and Barryfunny.com. Visit musician, poet and author Mary Phillips' blog at caffeineepiphanies.wordpress.com
Ellen on 'Idol': Everyone's a criticLos Angeles TimesWith journalism in general going through the second Gutenberg Revolution and arts writing in particular returning to the hands of unpaid enthusiasts (a ...and more »
New Reading Paradigm To New Literacy ConcernsLiteracyNews.comInitially, traditional typography reading has flourished starting with Gutenberg?s invention of the printing press. In addition, with myriad of innovation ...Teaching our children to love readingNew Jersey Jewish Standardall 5 news articles »
Art: Turning the pageMinneapolis Star TribuneNobody is doodling on First Editions or cutting up Gutenberg bibles here... That's not to say that these artists aren't purposefully toying with your ...and more »
World Sikh NewsPushing the PressChowkPerhaps the root cause of the decline and subordination of the Orient can be traced back to the 1450s when Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press. ...Many Alices In Many BlunderlandsWorld Sikh Newsall 2 news articles »
Hey, Traditional Media! Buck Up!TheStreet.com... the army of gloom and doomsayers talking about how the heart and soul of their business -- the book, which has been around since Gutenberg -- is kaput. ...and more »
Examiner.comAre you ready for the digi-novel?Examiner.comJohannes Gutenberg then gave us the printing press, and bound printed books were brought to the masses. That format remained largely unchanged until the ...and more »
Infocrossing, a Wipro Company, Awarded PCI DSS Compliance ...ReutersMedia Contacts: Wipro Technologies India: Radhika Mahadevan Wipro Technologies +91-9945042603 firstname.lastname@example.org Mangala Koti Singhal Gutenberg ...and more »
LMU Library Entrusted with Page from Gutenberg BibledBusinessNews Los Angeles (press release)LOS ANGELES - The newest library in Los Angeles now has another feature to brag about: a leaf from one of the original Gutenberg Bibles. ...LMU opens '21st century' William H. Hannon LibraryThe Tidingsall 4 news articles »
Webster University Dean Apparently Mistakes One Gutenberg for AnotherRiverfront TimesBy Unreal in Tech If you haven't heard yet, Webster University is honoring Twitter co-founder (and St. Louis native) Jack Dorsey this month as its "Success ...Co-founder of Twitter, St. Louis native, to speak at Webster ...fox4kc.comall 6 news articles »
Wipro Announces Oracle Powered Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) PlatformReutersUK Rahul Kadavakolu Wipro Technologies +44-792-020-5496 email@example.com Shalini Siromani Gutenberg Communications +44-79-6066-3200 ...and more »
Erik von Gutenberg recommends Jewell Marceau. She is simply lovely and beautiful and always a star in the fetish scene. Her movies are unique and very intriguing and sexy! Bondage, sex and submission, she shows it all in great outfits and even offers custom made movies on her website! Here you see her in an interview at Fetish Con 2009 in Tampa, Florida.
...aspiring playwrights perform a backers audition for their new project: A big, splashy musical about printing press inventor Johann Gutenberg. With an unending supply of enthusiasm, Bud and Doug sing all the songs and play all the parts in their crass historical...
Fetish Con 2009 in Tampa Florida with Rubberdoll, Erik von Gutenberg from Marquis America interviewing her again about her show, future plans and her upcoming performance in San Francisco Dec 5! She is the Fetish Superstar and top performer and for all viewers every time a new sensation. Fetish, Fantasy and Roleplay and we are glad from VONGUTENBERG.COM to have her in front of the camera again.
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...Way. Just two problems, though. First, what they've written - a twisted tale about the invention of the printing press called "Gutenberg! The Musical!" - is pretty terrible. Second, the poor saps are so dim that they don't even realize its awfulness. It should...
...show. Let the Dead have their heads. Here to introduce themselves are the self-proclaimed Gutenberg's Travelers, followers of "Gutenberg! The Musical!" In March 2007, Jennifer Coolbaugh and Lori Mooney of New York City first saw the off-Broadway production...