May 23, 2001
STILL the best in terms of content. And now with a new look in Persian.
The problem (for me and Mac users) is that the font is only for PC users.
When will we learn to be inclusive? Don't you want more people to come to
Homepage for reformist Islamic thinker.
Published by Hussain Nushazar, an Iranian novelist in exile, through
the financial help of Kayan Foundation. It is printed in Germany and is
considered a valuable literary outlet of the opposition. -- Thanks
to Esmail Nooriala
Kid-eating witches, boot-wearing cats, spindle-pricked princesses --
all your fairy-tale favorites are lovingly annotated at SurLaLune. Within
each section, site creator Heidi Anne Heiner tells the tale, analyzes the
story's symbols, outlines its history, includes famous illustrations, catalogs
modern interpretations, and provides an extensive bibliography. Despite
its scholarly trappings, SurLaLune overflows with the magic of fairy godmothers
and talking animals.
Horror fan Stuart Mitchell pays homage to Hammer Film Productions, the
great British production house that produced dozens of classic chillers
from the mid-1950s to the mid-1970s. Derided by critics in their time, films
like "The Abominable Snowman," "The Quatermass Experiment,"
and "The Brides of Dracula" went on to inspire directors like
Steven Spielberg and George Lucas (several Hammer greats like Peter Cushing
and Christopher Lee pop up in 'Star Wars' films).
Apple - iMovie Gallery
Ticking in the heart of every new Mac is a program called iMovie. Now
everyone from Hollywood up-and-comers to enthusiastic home-movie moguls
can dabble in a bit of silver-screen magic on the small screen. Apple has
invited its legions of loyal users to post rough cuts on their iMovie Gallery.
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