Friday, May 04, 2007

Hacking Démocratie (c'est comme ça que Sarko "gagnera")

Le documentaire sur les machines à voter, enfin en version française.

Documentaire qu'on ne verra surement pas sur une télé avant les élections. Une enquête minutieuse faite par une association américaine. Ce qui nous attend dès les prochaines élections où près de 1,5 million de personnes voteront sur des machines sans qu'une trace écrite existe et sans aucun controle manuel a posteriori (sachant que Le Pen a battu Jospin avec à peine 200 000 voix en 2002).

Voici une sélection des meilleures infos à faire circuler pour sensibiliser et agir au mieux :

Tout d'abord, filez vite signer et faire signer la pétition mise en place par Pierre Muller sur son site"

Avant le vote : mode d’emploi pour porter plainte contre les machines à voter"

Le jour du scrutin : mode d’emploi pour protester contre les machines à voter"







Palestinians & Jews Together

Howard Zinn: On Human Nature And Aggression

Microcosmos (excerpt)

All Gates Open

Eric Clapton - I Shot The Sheriff (live)

Phil Collins - Easy Lover (live)

Lee Ritenour, Bob James, Nathan East, Harvey Mason - Fourplay - Monterey (in two parts)

Part 1

Part 2

Lee Ritenour on MySpace

Out of the Unknown

Jimi Hendrix: The Uncut Story - Episode 1: 1942-1961

"With the blessings of Jimi's biological family and many of his closest friends, Passport brings the life of Jimi Hendrix to light as never ... all » before. From his upbringing in Seattle to his final days in London, JIMI HENDRIX: THE UNCUT STORY goes beyond all previously released documentaries to explore the complete life-story behind the legendary artist."

Episode 1: 1942-1961

"The first part of this three-episode series takes us through Jimi's life in Seattle, Washington where he spent two-thirds of his twenty-seven years. Through the recollection of his closest friends and family, we enter into the inner world of Jimi's childhood upbringing. This is where we come to know the people and events that would shape his love for music and define the extraordinary man he would become."

Battle of the Brains

"Can you think of 100 different uses for a sock? How would you cope with glasses that turn everything upside down? What's your emotional intelligence? Can you create a work of art in ten minutes?

"Horizon takes seven people who are some of the highest flyers in their field - a musical prodigy, a quantum physicist, an artist, a dramatist, an RAF fighter pilot, a chess grandmaster and a Wall Street trader. Each is put through a series of tests to discover who is the most intelligent?

"The principle way that we measure intelligence, the IQ test, remains popular and convenient. Yet most psychologists agree that it only tells half the story... at most. Where they disagree is how to measure intelligence, for the simple reason that the experts still don't know exactly what it is."