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Metal / Black metal logo designer Christophe Szpujdel visits NZ
« on: October 01, 2013, 04:54:40 AM »
Christophe Szpujdel is visiting from Belgium, where he designs black metal logos.

"[I’ve done] over 8000 since the beginning of my career," Mr Szpujdel says.

Mr Szpujdel is one of the best in the business, exhibiting his art all over the planet, including here, at Auckland's Nature: Art + Design gallery.


Metal / Cumbria's heavy metal baker who gets a buzz out of bees
« on: October 01, 2013, 04:53:14 AM »
Chris Barnes, of Hornsby ...[is]... employed as a baker, cooking up all manner of food at Dobbies Garden World at Orton Grange.

He’s also a devoted fan of heavy rock and spends many evenings at music concerts watching his favourite bands such as Iron Maiden and Metallica.

But perhaps the most surprising thing about Chris is that he is a fully qualified beekeeper and devotes much of his time to helping people set up their own hives.


Interzone / Bullshit I hate
« on: September 27, 2013, 09:56:20 AM »
Constructivism, as a perspective in education that explains how knowledge is constructed in the human being when information comes into contact with existing knowledge that had been developed by experiences. It has roots in cognitive psychology and biology and an approach to education that lays emphasis on the ways knowledge is created in order to adapt to the world. Constructs are the different types of filters we choose to place over our realities to change our reality from chaos to order. Von Glasersfeld describes constructivism as “a theory of knowledge with roots in philosophy, psychology, and cybernetics”.


Load of bullshit. If you believe this shit, you have no soul. No inner leanings. You're just a robot to be programmed..

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