¿La verdad en números? Todo, según Wikipedia
Everything, According to Wikipedia is a 2010 American documentary film that explores the history and cultural implications of the online, user-editable encyclopedia Wikipedia. The film considers the question of all individuals or just experts should be tasked with editing an encyclopedia. The sites history and background is given, along with commentary from Wikipedia founders Jimmy Wales, the documentary discusses incidents that shed a negative light on Wikipedia, including the Essjay controversy and the Wikipedia biography controversy. The long-delayed film premiered at Wikimania 2010 in Gdańsk in July 2010 and it was shown as part of the Savannah Film Festival on November 3,2010, at Savannah College of Art and Designs Trustees Theater. Everything, According to Wikipedia, an American documentary film, explores the history, the film presents Wikipedia as a new form of communication and cultural dialog. The film gives an overview of the history of the enterprise, Wales is shown discussing Wikipedia with an Indian reader, who points out an inaccuracy in an article. Wales proceeds to show the reader how to click the edit tab on the website, Wikipedia founder Larry Sanger is featured in the documentary and speaks critically about the websites embracing of editors from the general public as opposed to soliciting expert contributors. The film documents an initiative in India and Africa called Wikipedia Academies, musician KRS-One comments about the site after reading his biography on Wikipedia, I can say to you, these are the facts but they are not true. The idea for the film originated from a suggestion by Michael Ferris Gibson, Gibson, a producer on the film, met with co-director Nic Hill. Gibson financed Hills travels while making the film, the working title for the film was Truth in Numbers, The Wikipedia Story. Gibson chose to finance the film through a request for funding from Internet visitors, the production team made their initial work on the project known to Internet viewers via the website www. wikidocumentary. org. Another collaborative website focused on the documentary was formed at Wikia, regarding his financing strategy, Gibson commented to the San Francisco Chronicle, that smaller incremental donations from multiple individuals showed genuine interest in his initiative. Filming started in August 2006 at the Wikimania 2006 conference, co-director Hill accompanied Wales during 2007, filming him as he journeyed around the globe. Hill took a film crew and traveled to China, Indonesia, India, South Africa, Australia and Europe. Hill is himself an editor of Wikipedia, starting an article about a graffiti artist, Gibson and Hill required expertise in the creative and funding aspects of film-making and invited Scott Glosserman to join the venture. Glossermans involvement with the film began during the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike, after Glosserman signed on, the breadth of the endeavor became larger. The film ended up taking a three years to finish after Glosserman joined the production. Eric Koretz served as director of photography, he joined the team during a shift in focus in January 2008, Koretz used a Panasonic AG-HPX500 P2 HD camcorder
¿Qué hacemos con Maisie?
What Maisie Knew is a 2012 American drama film written by Carroll Cartwright and Nancy Doyne and directed by Scott McGehee and David Siegel. It stars Julianne Moore, Alexander Skarsgård, Onata Aprile, Joanna Vanderham and Steve Coogan, the film finds six-year-old Maisie in the middle of a custody battle between her neglectful parents and their new partners. Cartwright and Doyne wrote the script in 1995 but the project languished in development hell until McGehee. It was filmed in New York over seven weeks in 2011 with music scored by DeVotchKas Nick Urata, the film premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, and was theatrically released on May 3,2013, by Millennium Entertainment. It earned $2.7 million at the box office. Six-year-old Maisie lives in a New York apartment with her parents, Susanna, a singer in a band, and Beale. Susanna and Beale argue with each other viciously and constantly, often ignoring Maisie and leaving her in the care of their nanny, Margo. Maisie does not always understand her parents actions, such as when Susanna hires a locksmith to change the lock on the front door to keep Beale out. When they decide to separate, both parents are granted joint custody of Maisie, after the separation, Margo moves into Beales apartment and they get married soon afterwards. In response to the marriage, Susanna impulsively marries Lincoln, a bartender whom she barely knows, Maisie bonds with Lincoln, but Susanna quickly grows resentful of how much Maisie has warmed to him. Maisies time is split between staying with each of her parents, but her primary caregivers become Lincoln and Margo as Susanna leaves on a tour, with his relationship with Margo disintegrating, Beale eventually decides to move to the UK. With Beale and Susanna gone, Margo, Lincoln and Maisie begin to spend time together, while Susanna is supposedly on tour, the three run into her in New York. After an angry confrontation in which Susanna accuses Lincoln and Margo of stealing Maisie from her, Lincoln declares their relationship over, when Susanna suddenly leaves the city, Maisie once again ends up in Margos care. Margo takes her to stay in her cousins beach house and she invites Lincoln to visit, much to Maisies delight, and Lincoln and Margo kiss. One night, Susanna stops by the house unannounced in her tour bus to pick Maisie up. After shouting at her, Susanna realizes that Maisie is scared of her, at the time, Cartwright was involved in a legal dispute over the custody of his daughter. Director Scott McGehee later said that Cartwright had used James novel as a lens through which to write about his own divorce and raising his daughter. According to Cartwright, he and Doyne struggled to find producers, financiers and directors interested in making the film because of the challenges of working with a child at its center
¿Quién es esa chica?
Whos That Girl is a 1987 American screwball comedy film written by Andrew Smith and Ken Finkleman, and directed by James Foley. It stars Madonna and Griffin Dunne, and depicts the story of a girl who is falsely accused of murdering her boyfriend and is sent to jail. After getting released, she meets a man, who is supposed to make sure she gets on her bus back to Philadelphia, while searching for the embezzler, they fall in love with each other. After the failure of her 1986 film Shanghai Surprise, Madonna decided to sign another comedy film titled Slammer, however, she had to convince both Warner Bros. and the producers of the film that she was ready for the project. Madonna enlisted her friend James Foley to direct the film, shooting began in New York in October 1986, and continued until March 1987. Production was halted during December due to snowfall in New York, Madonna utilized the time to work on her next tour and the soundtrack of the film. The film was released on August 7,1987, and was a box office bomb, grossing only $2.5 million in its first week, critics were highly disappointed with the film, and Foleys direction. Some went on to call it one of the worst films to be released, while others found Madonnas comic timing to be one of the highlights. However, the Whos That Girl World Tour went on to be a critical and commercial success, grossing a total of US$25 million, the soundtrack of the film, though not acclaimed by the critics, enjoyed commercial success. The soundtrack album went on to six million copies worldwide. Nikki Finn is a young woman, who is always dressed in a leather jacket and skirt, with fire-red lips, platinum bob hair. One day, her boyfriend Johnny uncovers two men stealing money out of a trust fund and takes pictures of the theft, Johnny puts the pictures in a safety deposit box and gives Nikki the key for safekeeping. The thieves catch Johnny and murder him, then frame Nikki by putting his body into the trunk of her car, Nikki is sentenced to seven years in prison. This is seen during the opening credits of the film. After four years, the story presents tax attorney Loudon Trott on a busy day and he is getting married to the daughter of one of the richest men in New York, Simon Worthington. Loudons bride Wendy Worthington is a woman who is more consumed in her wedding plans than in the well-being of her fiancé. Loudon, on the hand, has a number of duties entrusted to him by his boss. Nikki, meanwhile, is determined to catch the actual thieves, after meeting Loudon, Nikki cons him into taking her shopping
...Baby One More Time Tour
. Baby One More Time Tour was the debut concert tour by American recording artist Britney Spears. It supported her studio album. Baby One More Time and visited United States. The tour was announced in March 1999, with dates released a month later, Tommy Hilfiger was chosen as the tour sponsor. The show was divided into segments, with each segment being followed by an interlude to the next segment. The setlist consisted of songs from her album and several covers. The tour received positive feedback from critics, many highlighted Spears persona, on March 5,1999, it was reported that Spears was planning her first headlining tour to support her first studio album. Baby One More Time. Shortly after, she announced that the tour would start in July, on May 12,1999, Tommy Hilfiger was announced as the main tour sponsor. During the time of the announcement, Spears was being featured in the AllStars campaign launched by the company, Hilfiger spoke about the sponsorship saying, My passion for music has always inspired my designs. This year we have really put music in the forefront of everything we do, Britney represents the spirit of Tommy Jeans and of youth today. I cannot think of a way to continue this exciting year by sponsoring one of todays hottest. The secondary sponsor was supposed to be Nestlé, but they pulled out soon after provocative photographs of Spears shot by David LaChapelle were published in Rolling Stone. Tour dates were released through Pollstar on April 9,1999, with the kicking off on June 28,1999, in Pompano Beach. Several dates were added and rescheduled, and the schedule was released two months later. Spears talked to CNN about her involvement during the development of the tour, stating that she had designed the tour herself, including costumes. Spears worked with fashion designer Gia Ventola to create the costumes for her, the proscenium stage was simple and had only one main prop, a staircase in the middle. The band was in both sides of the staircase and consisted of five musicians, There were also six dancers, that took the stage during interludes. The setlist consisted of eight songs from her album and several covers by well-known artists. The show began with a introduction by Spears dancers among smoke effects
Round Springfield is the 22nd episode of The Simpsons sixth season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on April 30,1995, in the episode, Bart is rushed to the hospital after eating a jagged metal Krusty-O and decides to sue Krusty the Clown. Whilst visiting Bart, Lisa meets her old mentor, jazz musician Bleeding Gums Murphy and she is saddened when she later learns that Murphy has died, and resolves to honor his memory. Steve Allen and Ron Taylor guest star, each in their appearance on the show. Dan Higgins also returns as the writer and performer of all of Lisa and it was written by Joshua Sternin and Jeffrey Ventimilia, based on a story idea by Al Jean and Mike Reiss and was the first episode directed by Steven Dean Moore. Jean and Reiss, who were previously the series showrunners, returned to produce this episode in order to lessen the workload of the regular staff. They worked on it alongside the staff of The Critic, the series they had left The Simpsons to create, the episode marks the first time in which a recurring character was killed off in the show, something the staff had considered for a while. The episode features cultural references, including Carole Kings song Jazzman, the actor James Earl Jones. The episode also features the phrase cheese-eating surrender monkeys, used by Groundskeeper Willie to describe the French, the phrase has since entered the public lexicon. It has been used and referenced by journalists and academics, it appears in two Oxford quotation dictionaries, on the day of a history test at school, Bart gets a stomachache after accidentally eating a jagged metal Krusty-O with his breakfast cereal. Lisa is the one who believes him, however, and Homer. Bart struggles through the test, and after finally convincing Mrs. Krabappel that he is ill, she lets him go. Bart collapses on the medical room floor, and is taken to Springfield General Hospital where he undergoes surgery from Dr. Hibbert and Dr. Nick, while visiting Bart in the hospital, Lisa meets her hero, jazzman Bleeding Gums Murphy, in a bed in another ward. Later, Bleeding Gums lends Lisa his saxophone for her school recital, returning to the hospital the next day, Lisa is saddened to learn that Bleeding Gums has died. Lisa is the person who attends Bleeding Gums funeral. Bart, meanwhile, sues Krusty the Clown and is given a $100,000 settlement, however, after Barts attorney Lionel Hutz takes his legal fees, Bart is left with only $500. Still stricken with grief, Lisa decides that the best way to honor Bleeding Gums memory is by having his album played at the jazz station. Lisa spots it in the Android Dungeon store for $250, but after hearing that Bleeding Gums is dead, Bart then walks in with his $500 to buy the ultimate pog with Steve Allens face
(Don't Fear) The Reaper
The Reaper is a song by the American rock band Blue Öyster Cult from their 1976 album, Agents of Fortune. It was written and sung by the lead guitarist, Donald Buck Dharma Roeser and was produced by David Lucas, Murray Krugman. The song is built around Dharmas opening, repetitive guitar riff, while the deal with eternal love. Dharma wrote the song while picturing an early death for himself, released as an edited single, the song was Blue Öyster Cults biggest chart success, reaching #7 in Cash Box and #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 in late 1976. Additionally, critical reception was positive and, in 2004. The song is about the inevitability of death and the foolishness of fearing it and he used Romeo and Juliet as motifs to describe a couple believing they would meet again in the afterlife. He guessed that 40,000 men and women died each day, the Reaper was written and sung by the bands lead guitarist, Dharma, and produced by David Lucas, Murray Krugman, and Sandy Pearlman. The songs distinctive guitar riff is built on the chord progression. The riff was recorded with Krugmanns Gibson ES-175 guitar, which was run through a Music Man 410 combo amplifier, the guitar solo and guitar rhythm sections were recorded in one take, while a four-track tape machine amplified them on the recording. Sound engineer Shelly Yakus remembers piecing together the separate vocals, guitar and rhythm section into a master track, Mojo described its creation, Guys, this is it. ’ engineer Shelly Yakus announced at the end of the first take. The song features prominent use of the percussion instrument, overdubbed on the original recording. Bassist Joe Bouchard remembered the producer requesting his brother, drummer Albert Bouchard, play the cowbell, but he put all this tape around a cowbell and played it. It really pulled the track together, however, producer David Lucas says that he played it, a claim supported by guitarist Eric Bloom. The song was on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 20 weeks, reaching number 12 for the weeks beginning November 6 and it was BÖCs highest-charting U. S. song and helped Agents of Fortune reach number 29 on the Billboard 200. The Reaper charted even higher in Canada, peaking at number 7, the single edit was released in the UK in July 1976 but failed to chart. However the unedited version was released as a single in May 1978. Nathan Beckett called it BÖCs masterpiece and compared the vocals to the Beach Boys, writing for PopMatters, James Mann hailed it as a landmark, genre-defining masterpiece that was as grand and emotional as American rock and roll ever got. Pitchfork Media also referred to the song as a masterpiece, extremely poetic was the verdict of Fountains of Wayne founder Chris Collingwood
(Drop Dead) Beautiful
Beautiful is a song recorded by American singer Britney Spears for her seventh studio album Femme Fatale. It features guest vocals from American singer Sabi, the song was written by Jeremy Coleman, Joshua Coleman, Esther Dean, Mathieu Jomphe and Benjamin Levin. Beautiful received mixed reviews from music critics, who deemed it as one of the best offerings of the album. The performance consists of Spears singing and dancing to the song while her dancers are carrying picture frames, Sabi performed the song with Spears in selected cities. Spears spoke to V about the sessions for Femme Fatale, commenting that she had been recording the album for two years. During the recording sessions, the singer contacted songwriter Ester Dean in 2009, after receiving a demo of the song Drop It Low, the song, however, was later released as Deans debut single. Spears then recorded two songs co-written by Dean for Femme Fatale, Beautiful was written by Dean, Jeremy Coleman, Joshua Coleman, Mathieu Jomphe, and Benjamin Levin, while being produced by Blanco, Ammo, JMIKE, and Billboard. It features American recording artist Sabi, Spears first heard about Sabi after listening to songs from The Bangz, an old music group the latter participated. Sabi explained that, after she was asked to collaborate with Spears, although both singers worked with producer Benny Blanco in studio on Beautiful, Spears recorded her vocals for the song before Sabi, who actually raps on the track. The latter also revealed she felt lucky and honored because Spears does not do features often, while commenting that its just pretty crazy, I mean, I grew up watching Britney Spears. All my friends watched Britney Spears and we even had a routine to that we were gonna perform, like, so its a dream come true. Never did I ever think that Id be in the mix with Britney, I have always wanted to feature a new artist on one of my albums and she is really cool. A small teaser of the song was unveiled by the singer on March 7,2011, four days later, it leaked in full online, along with another Femme Fatale track, Inside Out. On August 5,2011, Spears posted a poll on her Facebook page asking fans whether her next single should be Criminal, after the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, she revealed to MTV News that Criminal was chosen as the fourth single. Beautiful is a party song with a club beat. Spears references The Notorious B. I. G. s hit Hypnotize in Beautiful in the line You must be B. I. G. because you got me Hypnotized, Spears vocals on Beautiful were deemed as robotic, but similar to the ones of Oops. Jocelyn Vena of MTV noted the singer uses her vocals in lines such as And, yeah, your body looks so sick, I think I caught the flu. Beautiful received mixed reviews from music critics
Nesses is the fourth video album by American metal band Slipknot, released on September 28,2010. It is the bands first release since the death of the former bassist Paul Gray and is dedicated in his memory. On September 22,2010, nesses premiered in theaters across the United States. Entrance to the screenings were free and it included free giveaways, reception was generally positive, with Artistdirect rewarding the album a perfect five out of five stars, and Blabbermouth. net giving the album eight and a half out of ten stars. The album peaked at one on four charts, the Australian Top 40 Music DVD Chart, the Finland Top10 Music DVDs, the UK Top10 Music DVD Chart. Nesses was recorded when Slipknot headlined the Download Festival in front of 80,000 fans on June 13,2009, the show at Donington Park was filmed with 30 cameras. The 45-minute film audible visions of nesses features Slipknot during and in-between gigs on the All Hope Is Gone World Tour, Shawn Crahan stated that, Going in and filming this, it just seemed like there was no way it could fail. It was going to be in the top five best shows of our careers, watching it back just brings tears to my eyes. The DVD was released as a dedication to the former bassist Paul Gray. On stage is Slipknot in its most natural state and nesses will put you in the front row, the live performance of Psychosocial was premiered on MSN in mid-September. The DVD premiered in a collection of theaters across the United States on September 22,2010, Crahan attended the New York event on September 27 as part of the promotion. Viewings were free and several prizes were given away throughout the night at all three events. Crahan stated that nesses was one of the single hardest pieces of art for us to complete and it was mixed at Miloco Studios in London, England, and mastered at Sterling Sound in New York. The albums reception was generally positive, scott Alisoglu from Blabbermouth. net gave the album eight and a half out of ten stars. He called it the tribute to bassist Paul Gray. In its first week the album sold 9,300 copies in the United States, the DVDs contents can be verified from the bands official website and the albums notes. A Blu-ray version was released on July 31,2012, short film Audible visions of nesses– a 40 minute film directed by M. Shawn Crahan Paul Gray Tribute
Ruta de Delaware 1
Delaware Route 1 is a 103. 02-mile-long state highway in the U. S. state of Delaware. Between Fenwick Island and Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Kent County, the route heads north past the Delaware Beaches along the Atlantic Ocean before it runs northwest through rural areas, turning north at Milford to continue to Dover. Upon reaching Dover, DE1 becomes the Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway, between Dover and Tybouts Corner, DE1 parallels U. S. Route 13, crossing over and featuring interchanges with it multiple times. Past Tybouts Corner, the heads north to Christiana, reaching an interchange with Interstate 95 a short distance before its terminus. DE1 was first designated in the 1970s between Fenwick Island and US113 in Milford, replacing a portion of DE14 and following the newly constructed Milford Bypass. DE14 between Fenwick Island and Milford had been built as a highway in the 1920s and 1930s and was widened into a divided highway between the 1950s and 1970s. In the 1980s, a limited-access Relief Route for US13 was proposed between Dover and the Wilmington area in order to relieve that route of beach traffic. This relief route would be incorporated into DE1 in 1988, the concurrent US113 designation north of Milford was removed in 2004. Upgrades continue to be made to DE1 such as the construction, DE1 begins at the Maryland border in the Delaware Beaches town of Fenwick Island in Sussex County, where the road continues south into Ocean City, Maryland as MD528. From this point, DE1 heads north on four-lane divided Coastal Highway, a block after the state line, the route intersects the eastern terminus of DE54. The road continues north through areas with some residences a short distance to the west of the Atlantic Ocean. DE1 leaves Fenwick Island and heads into Fenwick Island State Park, running along a strip of land with the Little Assawoman Bay to the west. The route passes an area of residential development before it goes through more of the state park. The road runs through York Beach and enters South Bethany, where it passes residential areas. DE1 heads into areas in Middlesex Beach and briefly curves northwest before turning north again and continuing into Bethany Beach. The route runs past residences and comes to an intersection with DE26, the road curves northeast and leaves Bethany Beach as it passes to the east of a Delaware National Guard training site. Continuing north, DE1 becomes Coastal Highway again and runs between wooded areas to the west and beachfront homes to the east. Farther north, the route crosses into Delaware Seashore State Park, DE1 comes to a right-in/right-out access point to the park before it crosses over the Indian River Inlet on the cable-stayed Indian River Inlet Bridge