Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Hot mesh! Jennifer Lopez proudly displays her iconic derriere ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 25, 2015
Iconic: She flashed her famous backside in the dress with a sheer detailing at ... in the cleavage-bearing clinging black dress which showed off her best assets.
Story image for iconic gown from StyleCaster

The 31 Best Vera Wang Wedding Gowns of all Time

StyleCaster-Jun. 27, 2015
When it comes to creating wedding dresses coveted by brides the world over, Vera Wang is the undisputed champ. Think about it: You can probably tick off at ...
Story image for iconic gown from PopSugar Australia

Is This Really Where Kim Kardashian Got Her Met Gala ...

PopSugar Australia-May 5, 2015
Frankly, we were delightfully surprised to see Kim pay homage to such an iconic dress, and we can't say we don't see the similarities between the Bob Mackie ...
Story image for iconic gown from CNN

Cannes Film Festival: 'Flatgate' not a hit with women

CNN-May 19, 2015
(CNN) The Cannes Film Festival has a message for women: no heels, no entry. So reports ScreenDaily, the online version of the industry magazine Screen ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

from the Group analysis and the development of economic and technological systems (GAPSET) said:

"We are not talking about new possibilities of distribution storage devices, in particular semiconductor laser or (...) Soon everyone will be able for a small price to accumulate information where you will, and, moreover, to have Autonomous capacity of its processing". ("La semaine media", ?16. 15 fevrier 1979). By results of research of the National science Foundation, more than every second student of high school, constantly uses a computer; and in the early 80s, all schools will have at least one computer. ("La semaine media". ?13. 25 janvier 1979).

field: knowledge in informatisierung societies 17

the first person movement (transport), and then sound and images (media13).

With such universal change in the nature of knowledge cannot remain unchanged. Knowledge can take place through other channels and become operational only if its translation into a certain amount of information14. Therefore, we can anticipate that all untranslatable in accordance with the established knowledge will be discarded, and the directions of new research will be subject to the condition of privodimosti possible outcomes into the language of machines. The "producers" of knowledge and its users should and will have to have a means of translating into these languages the fact that some strive-