Cool IPhone News images

Some cool iPhone News images:

Open Show – iPhone Stories #1 at San Francisco Apple Store
iPhone News
Image by Steve Rhodes
openshow.org/bayarea/

Richard Koci Hernandez – This Way Please!

richardkocihernandez.com

Kate Shay – The Jersey Shore

www.flickr.com/photos/kateshay/

kateshayphotography.com

Andre Hermann – With a Little Luck, And a Watchful Eye

andrehermannphoto.com

Unnikrishnan Raveendranthan – Self-Portrait

www.unniphotography.com

John Curley – My Life Along the Coast

www.johncurleyphotography.com

www.flickr.com/photos/jay_que/

More on Richard Koci Hernandez

www.flickr.com/photos/koci/

lofimode.com his site about iPhone photography

A lens blog post on his iPhone work (he worked for the San Jose Merc News for 15 years and now is
a prof at the UC Berkeley grad school of journalism)

lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/09/a-distinctive-voice-on-...

A video on his iPhone photography

www.smogranch.com/richard-koci-hernandez-instagram-blurb/

He has three books (including two of his iPhone photos. one California Street is photos he took on July 20, 2011) -

www.blurb.com/user/koci

He also has been testing the Lytro camera and was interviewed in an article on the announement

www.nytimes.com/2011/06/22/technology/22camera.html

and on their blog

blog.lytro.com/lytro-in-the-wild/richard-koci-hernandez-l...

this is the photo he talks about in the interview

www.lytro.com/pictures/lyt-38

Middle Village mostly isolated from Queens foreclosures / Red Lines @ Queens Museum of Art
iPhone News
Image by jann_on
"Every block in New York City that had three or more foreclosure filings on 1-4 family houses in 2008 has been marked with a fluorescent triangle."

An intervention by Damon Rich using the Panorama of the City of New York.

The Panorama of the City of New York:
Scale model commissioned by Robert Moses for the 1964 World's Fair.
Designed and executed by Raymond Lester Associates.
Sporadically updated since.

"9,335 square foot architectural model includes every single building constructed before 1992 in all five boroughs; that is a total of 895,000 individual structures."

"The Panorama was built by a team of 100 people working for the great architectural model makers Raymond Lester Associates in the three years before the opening of the 1964 World’s Fair. In planning the model, Lester Associates referred to aerial photographs, insurance maps, and a range of other City material; the Panorama had to be accurate, indeed the initial contract demanded less than one percent margin of error between reality and the model. The Panorama was one of the most successful attractions at the ‘64 Fair with a daily average of 1,400 people taking advantage of its 9 minute simulated helicopter ride around the City."

"Until 1970 all of the changes in the City were accurately recreated in the model by Lester’s team. After 1970 very few changes were made until 1992, when again Lester Associates changed over 60,000 structures to bring it up-to-date. In the Spring of 2009 the Museum launched its Adopt-A-Building program with the installation of the Panorama’s newest addition, Citi Field, to continue for the ongoing care and maintenance of this beloved treasure."

www.queensmuseum.org/exhibitions/visitpanorama
www.queensmuseum.org/visi/donate/adopt-a-building
www.nytimes.com/2007/02/02/arts/design/02pano.html
www.flickr.com/groups/1025012@N21/

Red Lines Housing Crisis Learning Center:
2009 exhibition by Damon Rich of the Center for Urban Pedagogy, hosted by the Queens Museum of Art
Larissa Harris, Commissioning curator; Project Coordinator for Queens Museum Installation: Rana Amirtahmasebi
Museum Director: Tom Finkelpearl

"The Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project collected the foreclosure information. . . . The Regional Plan Association, an independent planning group, then crunched the numbers using the Geographic Information System — a mapping program — to create maps of every inch of the city indicating where there had been foreclosures of single- to four-family homes in 2008."

"Red Lines Housing Crisis Learning Center is funded by grants from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and Artists & Communities, a program of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, which is made possible by major funding from Johnson & Johnson, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and the JPMorgan Chase Foundation. A publication funded by The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts will be available during the exhibition. Additional support provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council on the Arts."

www.queensmuseum.org/2632/red-lines-housing-crisis-learni...
community.queensmuseum.org/lang/en/blog/corona-plaza/redl...
www.nytimes.com/2009/07/08/arts/design/08panorama.html?_r=0
www.cjr.org/the_audit/go_to_queens_museum_get_mad.php
www.flickr.com/photos/panoramaqueensmuseum/sets/721576210...
artforum.com/words/id=23001
www.pbs.org/newshour/video/module.html?mod=0&pkg=1510...
www.citylimits.org/news/articles/3789/on-exhibit-housing
video.foxbusiness.com/v/3894109/ny-panorama-highlights-fo...
video.corriere.it/?vxSiteId=404a0ad6-6216-4e10-abfe-f4f69... (in Italian)
www.clairebarliant.com/artwriting/adaptive-reuse/
www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08935691003625372
www.businessinsider.com/irvington-new-jersey-sub-prime-pr...
www.nytimes.com/2009/05/17/nyregion/new-jersey/17newarknj...

Queens Museum of Art:
Architect: Aymar Embury II
Opened: 1939
Renovated 1964 by Daniel Chait.
Renovated in 1994 by Rafael Viñoly.
Expansion scheduled in 2013, under the helm of Grimshaw Architects with Ammann & Whitney as engineers.

"Built to house the New York City Pavilion at the 1939 World’s Fair, where it housed displays about municipal agencies. . . . It is now the only surviving building from the 1939/40 Fair. After the World’s Fair, the building became a recreation center for the newly created Flushing Meadows Corona Park. The north side of the building, now the Queens Museum, housed a roller rink and the south side offered an ice rink. . . . From 1946 to 1950 . . . it housed the General Assembly of the newly formed United Nations. . . . In 1972 the north side of the New York City Building was handed to the Queens Museum of Art (or as it was then known, the Queens Center for Art and Culture)."

The other half of the building was an ice-skating rink from 1939–2009.

www.queensmuseum.org
www.queensmuseum.org/about/aboutbuilding-history
twitter.com/QueensMuseum
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queens_Museum_of_Art
www.facebook.com/QueensMuseum
vimeo.com/queensmuseum
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aymar_Embury_II
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ammann_%26_Whitney
grimshaw-architects.com
artsengaged.com/bcnasamples/chapter-fifteen-being-good-ne...

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers 2010
iPhone News
Image by Steve Rhodes

Description

stjamesinfirmary.org/?p=1360

www.swopusa.org/dec17/

www.swopusa.org

stjamesinfirmary.org

Photos from 2008

www.flickr.com/photos/ari/sets/72157611315077697/

Some of these photos are also at

www.demotix.com/news/539789/international-day-end-violenc...

Stopping the Terror: A Day to End Violence Against Prostitutes by Annie Sprinkle

www.ontheissuesmagazine.com/cafe2.php?id=21

anniesprinkle.org/

History of the Red Umbrella

www.sexworkeurope.org/icrse/index.php?option=com_content&...

ANTHRO136SP11_VVO_CAM16-05.jpg

Check out these iPhone News images:

ANTHRO136SP11_VVO_CAM16-05.jpg
iPhone News
Image by CoDiFi
Vesuvio Café in North Beach, San Francisco.

Photographs in this collection have been produced by Heather Do, Connor Rowe, Kathleen Markham, Alison Lowrie, Kenneth Chiu, Katie Salmond, Diana Chavez, Elena Toffalori, Ashley Vink, Aimee O'Dea, Liz Dolinar, Allison Barden, Justine Khoury, Daniele Alaniz-Roux, and Justin Thach at the request of Michael Ashley for the UC Berkeley Anthropology 136e class, Spring 2011. The purpose was to digitally document the cultural heritage of Vesuvio Café to not only document the cultural history embeded into the ageless walls but also to connect spatially the symbiotic relationship that preserves the legacy of beatnik culture today.

Vesuvio Cafe, (37.79757°N 122.40625°W), located in the North Beach region of San Francisco Bay, is a cultural bastion preserving the cultural heritage of bohemian era and the beatnik culture that generated its establishment by Henri Lenoir in 1949 and made infamous by the renown authors such as Jack Kerouac from which the adjacent alley is named. The building in which the bar is housed is otherwise known as the Cavalri building built in 1913 and expanded to a second story in 1918 and designed by Zanolini with Italian Renaissance revival elements. The transient existence of these unkempt literary members and their constituents is reflected in the liminal location of the former saloon restaurant at the border between the vagrant Chinese- Italian communities; by 1970[1], most of the diverse cultures regressed into economical housing . Vesuvio Café despite its rich history back to the 1950’s , are not historically preserved site; in fact, they were rented until 1999[2] by managers Chris and Janet Clyde, whose proprietary hopes to protect the building from other commercial interest. Over the years, Vesuvio has undergone its share of renovations and damages such as the 1999 retrofitting for earthquake safety or even the 1973 damage dealt to the building by an errant bus[3]. Over the years, the "I'll never forget after the retro-fitting, one man came in, he was about 55 years old and in a business suit," Clyde said. "He actually had tears in his eyes when he looked at the place. He said, `You didn't change anything.' Vesuvio has kept its character as a neighborhood bar.”[4]

Photographs in this collection were shot on April 11, 2011 between 7:30 am and 5:00 pm Pacific Time under variable natural lighting due to cloudy skies with intermittent periods of morning exposure conditions. Photos were captured on the following cameras: Canon DSLR XTI/T2i, S95, Sony Cybershot, Canon Powershot. Lenses used include: Macro 60mm, Telephoto 70-200, Canon T2i 18-55mm, Canon XTI 17-85mm. A tripod was used for timelapse, Gigapan, macro, telephoto, HDR, and photogrammetry shots. iPhones were also used for documentation shots and Geo-tagging. The photos were post-processed in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.

Description written by Kenneth Chiu, following Addison’s proposed virtual heritage metadata format in his chapter “The Vanishing Virtual” in New Heritage: New Media and Cultural Heritage, edited by Kalay, et al., and published by Routledge in 2007.

All photos Copyright ©2011 Center for Digital Archaeology, Berkeley CA, licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC 3.0 For more information contact Center for Digital Archaeology, Berkeley, CA, 94720 or visit www.codifi.info/licensing

All photos Copyright ©2011 Center for Digital Archaeology, Berkeley CA
Creative Commons creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
For more information contact Center for Digital Archaeology, Berkeley, CA,
94720 or visit www.codifi.info/licensing
For more facts and information about Alcatraz, please visit
www.nps.gov/alca/index.htm

[1] news.google.com/newspapers?id=WKI_AAAAIBAJ&sjid=JlYMA...
[2] news.google.com/newspapers?id=M0IfAAAAIBAJ&sjid=yc8EA...
[3] news.google.com/newspapers?id=hwsrAAAAIBAJ&sjid=cZoFA...
[4] www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-4550312.html
Original Filename:
ANTHRO136SP11_VVO_Cam25-24.dng

Day 203
iPhone News
Image by prendio2
day516.com/203

I've been slowly getting through Susan Sontag's On Photography for quite a while now.

Yeah, I'm a slow reader, but I've been particularly taking my time with Sontag because I've enjoyed reflecting on how the essays, first published in 1977, can elucidate our interpretation of photographs online, how they apply to the work I do for this blog, and how best to approach future projects.

"A photograph changes according to the context in which it is seen… on a contact sheet, in a gallery, in a political demonstration, in a police file, in a photographic magazine, in a general news magazine, in a book, on a living-room wall. Each of these situations suggests a different use for the [photograph] but none can secure [its] meaning."
- The Heroism of Vision

The web has enabled an even more prolific spread of photographic images and multiplied the range of contexts in which their meaning can be changed. To Sontag's list above we can add: as a thumbnail in a gallery, on a photo-sharing site like pix.ie or flickr, on a news site, on a photo blog, as part of a portfolio, on a political blog, as a twitter background, as a facebook profile image… I could keep going.

Social media has played a particularly strong part in re-evaluating the role of the snapshot, readily equating it with the status previously assigned to photo-journalism. When a plane crash landed in New York's Hudson River in January, Janis Krums, en route to help rescue survivors, snapped a picture on his iPhone and posted it to his twitter account. Within minutes the picture had not only been reposted thousands of times online but was being broadcast worldwide on traditional news media.

There has also been a huge shift in the way that we share our images with friends. Gone are the days of passing grubby thumb-marked 4x6” prints around a coffee table, or the iconic (and dreaded) slide show of the summer holidays. You are much more likely, these days, to glance through your friends' snaps online, without them peering over your shoulder, regaling, or bombarding, you with details and anecdotes (there can be such a thing as too much context it would seem).

Artists have also taken their photographs online, often using the same photo-sharing sites, creating their own portfolios or publishing photo blogs. The interconnectedness of the web would seem perfectly suited to produce what Sontag describes as:

"…new meanings that any one picture acquires when juxtaposed—in ideal anthologies, either on museum walls or in books—with the work of other photographers."
- Photographic Evangels

The Internet can, potentially, provide many more ideal anthologies and there is still much room for innovation in how we seek to create meaning around photographs.

Tagging, geotagging and other organisational structures help form groups of images relating to events, subjects, styles, places etc. These, often organic, collections in many ways hold up the paradigm of the ideal anthology but the critical unit remains the single image and the pattern for presenting that unit is well established

[ see diagram at day516.com/203 ]

This pattern has its merits for family pictures and photographs of events shared among friends but in the context of art criticism it generally falls hopelessly short.

"The language in which photographs are generally evaluated is extremely meagre. Sometimes it is parasitical on the vocabulary of painting: composition, light, and so forth. More often it consists in the vaguest sort of judgements, as when photographs are praised for being subtle, or interesting, or powerful, or complex, or simple, or—a favourite—deceptively simple."
- Photographic Evangels

I suggest three strands of a fresh approach to presenting photographic images online.

1. Harness the dynamic relationship between context and meaning.

2. Juxtapose work by different photographers in a structured and meaningful way which creates new meanings for the individual work of each.

3. Break the overworked design pattern in a way that promotes constructive and creative response.

I am working to create a project along these lines and I hope others are too. Our use of photography has adapted to new technology since Sontag wrote this seminal work in 1977, the evolution will continue, it may not be televised but it most certainly will be online.

Elin Kling, Marciano

Some cool iPad News images:

Elin Kling, Marciano
iPad News
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Elin Kling X Guess By Marciano Capsule Collection Launch

Elin Kling X Guess By Marciano Capsule Collection Launch; East Sydney, Australia ...

East Sydney, Australia, and yet another product / fashion launch, with the usual splash of celebrities.

Firstly, Marciano is a leading lifestyle brand by Guess, so with that out of the way, a bit of colour banter to keep you interested with a bit of back story...

It's said "celebrity sells", but time will tell in seeing just how long the product world will continue to roll out the celebrities. Clearly, Guess and friends are sticking with the formula for the time being.

Of course, you have the A list, B list and C list et al... this event was a mix, to be fair. It's all really about selling product and trying to make it fly off the shelves in the end, and playing the media card. A tad more interesting than reading fashion advertisements in the even thinning Australian broadsheets - newspapers and fashion magazine advertising doesn't come cheap either. News coverage usually beats regular advertising, so the fashion and lifestyle product world will likely continue to hold bashes and parties while playing the celeb card for a while yet.

Next week Australia will get more brand launches, more fashion parties, with many of the usual suspect celebs coming along just to be seen and read about themselves in the paper - or online - whatever the case. Add a bit of gossip... you get a bit of news, and wallah - there's another PR campaign in the bag.

Fun Facts:

Guess (styled as GUESS) is an American clothing line brand. Guess also markets other fashion accessories besides clothes, such as watches, jewelry and perfumes. The company also owns the line Marciano.

The company began advertising in 1982, then later they introduced their iconic black-and-white ads in 1985.[3] The ads have won numerous Clio Awards. Their fashion models have included a number of supermodels, many of whom, such as Claudia Schiffer, Eva Herzigova, Valeria Mazza, and Laetitia Casta, first achieved prominence via these ad campaigns.

Marciano is an Italian given name and it originates from Latin Marcianus or Marcian (Saint Marcians) or "Martians" or Martianus. Also from the cult of Roman god Mars.

Elin Kling is a Swedish fashion blogger born in 1983 in Sweden. She runs a Scandinavian fashion blog called Style by Kling.

Elin Kling started off her career in fashion as a model, with her base in Milano, Italy. Over the years she has also worked within Swedish Television-business. Today she's also the editor of her own-found magazine Style By which can be bought online for iPad's, iPod's and iPhone's as well as in physical form in stores in Sweden.

Websites

Guess official website
www.guess.com

Marciano official website
www.marciano.com

Style By Kling official website
www.stylebykling.nowmanifest.com

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Hussein Moustafa showing photos on iPad at Egypt democracy solidarity #Jan25 rally in San Francisco 140
iPad News
Image by Steve Rhodes
Video of Hussein Moustafa showing Egypt democracy photos on iPad at #Jan25 San Francisco march
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju9EfK_a7vk (shows cycle of words and photos)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtBj8B3PZxg

The next protest is 1 pm Saturday Feb 5th at UN Plaza

People are also meeting at 2 pm on Tues Feb 1 to speak at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in support of an Egypt resolution

FB event for this (jan 29) protest

www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=170318306337969

Photos from Wednesday protest in SF

www.demotix.com/news/570833/solidarity-protest-egyptian-p...

Cool IPad News images

A few nice iPad News images I found:

AquaPark
iPad News
Image by Maguide
L'AquaPark de Biscarrosse est ouvert de Mai a fin septembre, tous les jours de 11h à 20h (Selon Météo). (+ Nocturne 20h à Minuit ! sur réservation)

AquaPark est un parc aquatique de structures gonflables géantes ! Nous sommes les précurseurs du produit en France !

En famille, entre collègue ou entre amis, venez délirer à l'AquaPark où vous attende des Journée à thèmes, Des Concours, De la Musique, Des Défis, Des Cadeaux, DJ, Animation, AquaRugby, Nocturne, Soirée...

Avec des Trampolines, catapultes, murs d'escalades, toboggan géant, boudins de traversée, centrifugeuse, balançoire géante, AirBoudin, Terrain d'AquaRugby, Révolution, plongeoir...

Le parc est situé sur la grande plage de l'Idylle Café, avec toutes ses activités.

Le parc est ouvert de 8 à 88 Ans enfants comme adultes y sont conviés!
(Pour les plus jeunes il existe des horaires aménagées)

SITE WEB:

- www.aquapark.fr/
- www.catapultegeante.com/
- boutique.parcmaguide.com/

BLOG:

- www.aqua-park.fr/blog-aquapark

LIVRE D'OR:

- www.aqua-park.fr/livre-dor-aquapark

PAGE FACEBOOK:

- AquaPark : www.facebook.com/AquaPark.fr
- Catapulte Géante : www.facebook.com/CatapulteGeante

RDV CATAPULTE GEANTE :

- www.facebook.com/events/171876356229521/?ref=ts

VIDEOS :

- www.aqua-park.fr/medias-photos-a-videos/videos-aquapark-b...

FLIKR (Photos)

- www.flickr.com/photos/maguide/sets/72157626613436667/

YOUTUBE (Vidéos)

- AquaPark : www.youtube.com/user/BiscarrosseAquaParc
- Catapulte Géante : www.youtube.com/user/AquaParkCatapulte

TWITTER (News)

- twitter.com/#!/AquaParc

APPLICATION MOBILE (iPhone, iPod, iPad)

- AQUAPARK : itunes.apple.com/fr/app/aquapark/id445230976?mt=8
- CATAPULTE : itunes.apple.com/fr/app/catapulte-geante/id483703313?mt=8

FLUX RSS :

- www.aqua-park.fr/blog-aquapark/feed/rss/blog-aquapark?for...

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Notre équipe. Nous sommes trois personnes ayant les deux niveaux de secourisme et dont deux ayant le Brevet National de Sécurité et de Sauvetage Aquatique.

Notre localisation. Nous sommes situés à Port Maguide ( Biscarrosse ) dans un cadre idyllique où activité et divertissement règne avec bonne humeur. Pour plus d'information www.portmaguide.fr/ .

Nos projets. Nous souhaitons pour les saisons avenirs agrandir notre parc en y ajoutant de nouvelles structures plus impressionnantes et plus fun les unes que les autres.
Déjà chaque années retrouvez plusieurs nouveautés !!

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TARIFS:

- www.aqua-park.fr/aquapark/tarifs-aquapark-biscarrosse

TARIFS DE GROUPES :

- www.aqua-park.fr/aquapark/louer-aquapark-mariage-enterrem...

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Notre localisation. Nous sommes situés à Port Maguide ( Biscarrosse ) dans les Landes avec un cadre idyllique où activité et divertissement règne avec bonne humeur.

Pour plus d'information :

- www.lidylle-plage.com/
- www.portmaguide.fr/

Application iPhone Port Maguide :

- itunes.apple.com/fr/app/port-maguide/id433875399?mt=8

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CONTACT:

- www.aqua-park.fr/contact-contactez-nous

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Importées-103
iPad News
Image by Maguide
L'AquaPark de Biscarrosse est ouvert de Mai a fin septembre, tous les jours de 11h à 20h (Selon Météo). (+ Nocturne 20h à Minuit ! sur réservation)

AquaPark est un parc aquatique de structures gonflables géantes ! Nous sommes les précurseurs du produit en France !

En famille, entre collègue ou entre amis, venez délirer à l'AquaPark où vous attende des Journée à thèmes, Des Concours, De la Musique, Des Défis, Des Cadeaux, DJ, Animation, AquaRugby, Nocturne, Soirée...

Avec des Trampolines, catapultes, murs d'escalades, toboggan géant, boudins de traversée, centrifugeuse, balançoire géante, AirBoudin, Terrain d'AquaRugby, Révolution, plongeoir...

Le parc est situé sur la grande plage de l'Idylle Café, avec toutes ses activités.

Le parc est ouvert de 8 à 88 Ans enfants comme adultes y sont conviés!
(Pour les plus jeunes il existe des horaires aménagées)

SITE WEB:

- www.aquapark.fr/
- www.catapultegeante.com/
- boutique.parcmaguide.com/

BLOG:

- www.aqua-park.fr/blog-aquapark

LIVRE D'OR:

- www.aqua-park.fr/livre-dor-aquapark

PAGE FACEBOOK:

- AquaPark : www.facebook.com/AquaPark.fr
- Catapulte Géante : www.facebook.com/CatapulteGeante

RDV CATAPULTE GEANTE :

- www.facebook.com/events/171876356229521/?ref=ts

VIDEOS :

- www.aqua-park.fr/medias-photos-a-videos/videos-aquapark-b...

FLIKR (Photos)

- www.flickr.com/photos/maguide/sets/72157626613436667/

YOUTUBE (Vidéos)

- AquaPark : www.youtube.com/user/BiscarrosseAquaParc
- Catapulte Géante : www.youtube.com/user/AquaParkCatapulte

TWITTER (News)

- twitter.com/#!/AquaParc

APPLICATION MOBILE (iPhone, iPod, iPad)

- AQUAPARK : itunes.apple.com/fr/app/aquapark/id445230976?mt=8
- CATAPULTE : itunes.apple.com/fr/app/catapulte-geante/id483703313?mt=8

FLUX RSS :

- www.aqua-park.fr/blog-aquapark/feed/rss/blog-aquapark?for...

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Notre équipe. Nous sommes trois personnes ayant les deux niveaux de secourisme et dont deux ayant le Brevet National de Sécurité et de Sauvetage Aquatique.

Notre localisation. Nous sommes situés à Port Maguide ( Biscarrosse ) dans un cadre idyllique où activité et divertissement règne avec bonne humeur. Pour plus d'information www.portmaguide.fr/ .

Nos projets. Nous souhaitons pour les saisons avenirs agrandir notre parc en y ajoutant de nouvelles structures plus impressionnantes et plus fun les unes que les autres.
Déjà chaque années retrouvez plusieurs nouveautés !!

----------------------------------------------

TARIFS:

- www.aqua-park.fr/aquapark/tarifs-aquapark-biscarrosse

TARIFS DE GROUPES :

- www.aqua-park.fr/aquapark/louer-aquapark-mariage-enterrem...

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Notre localisation. Nous sommes situés à Port Maguide ( Biscarrosse ) dans les Landes avec un cadre idyllique où activité et divertissement règne avec bonne humeur.

Pour plus d'information :

- www.lidylle-plage.com/
- www.portmaguide.fr/

Application iPhone Port Maguide :

- itunes.apple.com/fr/app/port-maguide/id433875399?mt=8

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CONTACT:

- www.aqua-park.fr/contact-contactez-nous

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Cool IPod News images

Check out these iPod News images:

16 août 2010-92
iPod News
Image by Maguide
L'AquaPark de Biscarrosse est ouvert de Mai a fin septembre, tous les jours de 11h à 20h (Selon Météo). (+ Nocturne 20h à Minuit ! sur réservation)

AquaPark est un parc aquatique de structures gonflables géantes ! Nous sommes les précurseurs du produit en France !

En famille, entre collègue ou entre amis, venez délirer à l'AquaPark où vous attende des Journée à thèmes, Des Concours, De la Musique, Des Défis, Des Cadeaux, DJ, Animation, AquaRugby, Nocturne, Soirée...

Avec des Trampolines, catapultes, murs d'escalades, toboggan géant, boudins de traversée, centrifugeuse, balançoire géante, AirBoudin, Terrain d'AquaRugby, Révolution, plongeoir...

Le parc est situé sur la grande plage de l'Idylle Café, avec toutes ses activités.

Le parc est ouvert de 8 à 88 Ans enfants comme adultes y sont conviés!
(Pour les plus jeunes il existe des horaires aménagées)

SITE WEB:

- www.aquapark.fr/
- www.catapultegeante.com/
- boutique.parcmaguide.com/

BLOG:

- www.aqua-park.fr/blog-aquapark

LIVRE D'OR:

- www.aqua-park.fr/livre-dor-aquapark

PAGE FACEBOOK:

- AquaPark : www.facebook.com/AquaPark.fr
- Catapulte Géante : www.facebook.com/CatapulteGeante

RDV CATAPULTE GEANTE :

- www.facebook.com/events/171876356229521/?ref=ts

VIDEOS :

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YOUTUBE (Vidéos)

- AquaPark : www.youtube.com/user/BiscarrosseAquaParc
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TWITTER (News)

- twitter.com/#!/AquaParc

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Notre équipe. Nous sommes trois personnes ayant les deux niveaux de secourisme et dont deux ayant le Brevet National de Sécurité et de Sauvetage Aquatique.

Notre localisation. Nous sommes situés à Port Maguide ( Biscarrosse ) dans un cadre idyllique où activité et divertissement règne avec bonne humeur. Pour plus d'information www.portmaguide.fr/ .

Nos projets. Nous souhaitons pour les saisons avenirs agrandir notre parc en y ajoutant de nouvelles structures plus impressionnantes et plus fun les unes que les autres.
Déjà chaque années retrouvez plusieurs nouveautés !!

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Notre localisation. Nous sommes situés à Port Maguide ( Biscarrosse ) dans les Landes avec un cadre idyllique où activité et divertissement règne avec bonne humeur.

Pour plus d'information :

- www.lidylle-plage.com/
- www.portmaguide.fr/

Application iPhone Port Maguide :

- itunes.apple.com/fr/app/port-maguide/id433875399?mt=8

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Gateway Camp Verse
(Pin1) Ging1 Mahn4
Isaiah 62:10

What Dale instructed about going out of our way to treat the Mainland Chinese well resonated within me. To be sure, just as the Koreans have gone out of their way to bless me so I must step out to bless and to love my Mainland brethren.

After the first meeting, Ed and I wandered off campus and found inside a shopping mall a cha chaan teng where we had a late-night snack. And hardly had we tucked into our meals when in walked several dozen volunteers, all locals, who were overcome, it seemed, by the same munchies that infected Ed and me. It’s surprising how such a primal urge, at such a time, drives everyone to no less than the same, impossibly far location.

I thus far have met so many people that, had I not brought along my iPod, I would have already lost track of the multitudinous names flying around like fireflies at night, sparkling luminously one moment and then disappearing the next. And this is only the beginning: more and more people will arrive both today and tomorrow so I had better stay awake, alert, and writing.

I am working with a partner who really challenges me, and indeed that is why I chose to work with him. From the first words that came streaming out of his mouth, I knew he would be a special one, and as if to conifrm my conjecture, indeed, the more he spoke, the more confused I became. The challenge, I have realized after much ruminating, isn’t so much the pace of his speech as his choice of words, which fall outside a normal lexical range; that is, at least with me, when he talks, he doesn’t use familiar collocations to communicate; besides, he has an uncanny Tin Shui Wai accent; those, along with his amazing resistance to Chinglish, which impresses me, by the way, have made our communication tedious, since I am bombarded by peculiar lexical constructions that I generally never encounter in Cantonese conversation and must therefore stop our flow to clarify his speech. It’s too bad that he doesn’t speak English as I would love to hear how he structures ideas in my native language to determine whether or not this strange lexis has spilled over into his other modes of communication.

Regardless, in being with him, I have learned to be patient, and if I am truly to walk away from resentment, I must continue rather to engage him than to keep him at arm’s length. It helps us, then, that he is a congenial fellow, prone more to expressing love, much in the same way that I do by warmly grabbing a forearm or a shoulder, than to venting his frustration, which with me could certainly be great. He is verily a good guy, and so long as the Lord keeps him — I am sure Daddy will — Tin Shui Wai, that small patch of concrete moon colony, is in capable, faithful human hands.

Sau2 muhn6 je2
Mihng6 dihng6
Kyuhn4 lihk6
Lihk6 leuhng6
Chong3 yi3 adjective
Chong3 jouh6 verb

Romans 5:3-5

Not only so, but we rejoice in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom He has given us.

I cried this morning when I read these words, because they are true, and comfort my soul as water to a dry, parched land. However many times I’ve lamented this place and its people, I am still inextricably tied to this rock, per God’s will for my life; and God really is faithful in providing a way out not from this place but from these spiritual hindrances. These past few days, what with communication failures and fatigue setting in, I could have more easily give into my rationality, in defense of my weaknesses, than resisted this bait of satan. Thank God, hence, for the words which are like fuel for the refiner’s fire that burns up all my expectations, my pride and my flesh. I can survive, nay, rejoice, indeed, because of God, who, in me, day by day teaches me to suffer long with a smile.

This is what the gateway is all about, I believe: jumping head-first out of my comfort zone to confront the nations, for my brothers and sisters and I must face each other if we are to raise the banners together. Battling through enemy strongholds of mistrust ad resentment, we demolish carnal thoughts and dig deep in the Spirit for the unity that shall overcome as much language as culture; God, after all, is bigger, even, than the battlefield. In these ways can my brethren and I love each other as ourselves, as we shall be one in the Father, with audacious power and boldness laying hands on His kingdom which advances, in this kairos moment, over all of China, including, no doubt, Hong Kong. No longer will there be curses thrown upon the nations; but rather the river of life will flow through the city, and the leaves of the tree on each side of the river will be for the healing of the nations.

1) Welcoming the Father
2) Unifying the body
3) Partnering with the Chinese
4) Serving the city
5) Supporting the Chinese

Isaac and I have worked quite hard this morning, putting up signs all over campus, and as if to reward me for my assiduity, he offered to buy me a drink, an offer which I took up. Indeed, this man’s care and concern for others, genuine, doubtlessly, fills me with joy, for, to be sure, the joy of the lord is his strength. My friend is indefatigable, always encouraging and never slighting, no matter the circumstances, rain (that has happened a lot today) or shine. Praise God!

Much like my relationship with Isaac, my relationships with my other team members have improved considerably since, even, this morning’s briefing during which, the code-switching, happening too fast and too furiously for my comfort, vexed me so terribly that if Isaac had not put a generous arm around my shoulder immediately afterwards, I surely would have blown my top in frustration at the perplexing language option. Thankfully, my team and I settled our language arrangements: Isaac, Dorcas and I will intractably speak Cantonese to each other whereas my other group mates and I will use English with as little code-switching as possible; and I, along with Ed, no doubt, am satisfied. It’s best to avoid misunderstandings.

Lihng4 Mahn4 (soul)
Sihng4 jeung2
Muhng6 Seung2 (dreams)

The Lord’s mercies are new everyday. Just now, during the morning rally, by His Spirit, hundreds of brothers and sisters received a new anointing, to be spiritual mothers and fathers of a new generation so as to minister to the next. This outpouring of the Spirit was sudden, and so captivated me that when the call came to reap, I rushed to the front to ask my father for this anointing, and naturally, my life was transformed. In the same way, the pastor called up a new generation of spiritual children to receive the love, care and support of these new parents; and likewise, so many young men and women heeded this call that verily, the pit in front of the stage was soon awash in hugs and tears between generations that, once lost, were now found. Indeed, no sooner did these people embrace their father than Dad immediately swept them up in his strong arms and showered them with audacious encouragement and support. Praise God!

An Outburst

I was angry this morning during our team time. I temporarily lost my ability to be merciful and to live in God’s grace. When my team leader began to address me in English, yet again, I couldn’t help but berate him for doing so when Cantonese, I argued, would be a more economical medium of delivery. And then I compounded this already incendiary situation by ranting about the hypocrisy of Hong Kong being a gateway to China but not a gateway into its own neighborhoods teeming with Chinese people, 97% of whom, according to one of the pastors at this camp, do not know the Lord Jesus. Cantonese will matter, I posit, if anyone dares to take on the onerous mission in this vexing place.

To be sure, even my brother announced that language was a prohibitive barrier to closer relationships with these local people, and therefore, since he neither speaks Cantonese nor is going to give learning the language a go, he is relegated to the outer walls of the gates into Hong Kong.

In hindsight, I thought I cared enough about God’s purposes for me in Hong Kong, but I realize now that I still care a lot about myself, and resentment. Though I have prayed and declared boldly that God is bigger than language and culture, I know I don’t believe it; and that’s upsetting. For the time being, I don’t verily believe in my heart that I can have deeper, closer relationships with Chinese people without the benefit of language and culture, patterns of action.

OK. This is actually an opportune start for my spiritual parentship, for now I have an opportunity to put aside my very compelling arguments for the necessity of language and culture in deep and close relationships, these conclusions born out of my reason, and to step out in faith, to trust in the Lord who, I pray, will show me deep and close relationships sans language and culture, and with whom my deep and close relationship shall obviously be the key to this victory.

I’m thinking about events at this camp that heretofore demonstrated loving relationships without language and culture, and I recalled two acts: the first happened yesterday when I spontaneously joined a line of ushers to high-five and to cheer the audience as they flooded out of the auditorium, the morning rally having scarcely finished; and the second, this was my meeting Yao, a man from the Ivory Coast, whom I befriended in those first, fleeting, if not frantic moments before the opening rally on Friday evening. That encounter was immediate and sudden, neither words nor habits needed; Yao and I simply high-fived, hugged and sat beside each other; and wow, that was terrific companionship — praise God!

Finally, however hard my diatribe may have struck my team members’ hearts, my merciful group mates still forgave me, not only on an personal level, but also, as I had sought forgiveness on behalf of all foreigners who have ever cursed locals or stood passively outside the gateway, on a corporate level, thereby releasing countless non-Chinese people into the freedom of these Hong Kong people’s forgiveness; just as brothers and sisters had so recently been reconciled to each other in my church, so local and non-local people have received the others’ freedom of forgiveness; more than a homecoming, that, indeed, is a breakthrough.

In listening to this morning’s sermon, I hear such verses as I know God is speaking to me through His word. 2Corinthians 4:16-18, this scripture in particular carries a buoyant, hopeful currency in my heart. My spirit soaks in this divine revelation as a sponge soaks in water and thus becomes malleable, able to be formed and shaped according to its holder’s will: Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day. For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.

Disagreeable

I don’t know why my brother and I undermine each others’ comments; why we no more know consensus than the deaf music. Our interactions have been especially abrasive recently since we have spent so much time together without the benefit of our other brother to act as a natural, vociferous buffer; and as a result we argue like pieces of sand paper being rubbed against flesh, which inevitably leads to significant soreness. I feel sore now.

I think back to my outburst this morning and can appreciate my role in this evening’s embarrassing outcome; I am certainly not without fault, for I choose these days not only to venture my opinions but to do so passionately, if not emotionally. People consequently who otherwise are phlegmatic at best are put in a discomfiting position by my impassioned pleas. Besides, I recall Interrupting my brother prolifically, which understandably would not make him a happy camper; just as a hyperactive child doesn’t know when to stop pestering his sibling, so I don’t know nowadays when to hold my tongue. Indeed, I would rather not respond at all to my brother, even after he has fired off his rejoinder, than to strike him down in mid-speech.

In view of this latest incident, I have resolved to take the former course of action. To be sure, I simply stopped our petty dispute about a stupid basketball game by, awkward as it was, taking out my book and perusing it as fixedly as my tattered mind would allow. I will try my best to stay away from my brother for a spell, to create physical and spiritual space between us, so hopefully, in this way at least one of us will be able to come to his senses about this matter; better yet, now would be an opportune time for our father in his mercy to reveal to us the fault lines in our flesh so that we could surrender these tremulous spots in our soul, crucifying them to the father for our healing and the redemption of our relationship. I will pray about this.

…Praise God. If I had not separated myself from my brother’s presence, I wouldn’t have been sitting at that bench at the exact moment when Isaac came over to me in a plaintive mood. Obviously upset, he had been so recently wronged, he lamented on the verge of tears. And at that, mercy swept over my countenance, for my brother felt as aggrieved as I did earlier; and this appointment, per God’s unfailing, obstinate love, had at last come for me, convicting me to be very, very agreeable, sympathetic and kind to my fellow long-suffering brother. In this instance, thank God, language did not matter so much as empathy, carrying each others’ burdens and thus fulfilling the rule of Christ. We prayed and blessed each other in Jesus’ name, and then boldly went forward into the rally.

I suspect the enemy has infiltrated our team what with my outbursts and Isaac’s failing out as evidence. My group mates and I must be more vigilant in prayer and in digging deep into the Father’s word if we are to overcome the spies in our camp that have planted incendiary devices in our mouths and in our hearts. We certainly need such encouragement as the Lord provides for the edification and encouragement of each other, even more so, in fact, in the face of adversity, despite our fatigue and other physical ills that befall us like a hail of arrows. In faith, I’m sure, faith will see us through; and per what the pastors exhorted at the rally, we will become as if the smooth stone in David’s sling, ready to fly into the air to crush the Goliath in this world.

Sihng4 jauh6 achievement
Ngwuih misunderstanding
Nggaai2 to misunderstand
Yuhn4 leuhng6 forgive
Gaan2syun2 chosen

The Security Guard

At the morning rally, a security guard left an indelible impression on my heart what with her showing of unconditional support and her proffering of words of encouragement, which like a waterfall fell in force and power over my friends and me. To my amazement, I first saw her out of the corner of my eye stepping out of her role as a security guard to pray as a spiritual parent to two spiritual children during the morning rally’s prayer time; there she was, clad in her blue uniform, laying hands on those weeping kids; finally, I had witnessed someone courageous enough to step out of that rule of law, her boundary in Hong Kong, to be bound to that which is ethereal, the rule of Christ to carry each others’ burdens. Later, as the audience passed through the exit, I had time to confirm her love for the Lord and at that, we broke into a torrent of encouragement and followed this with a flurry of picture-taking. Indeed, never have I stumbled upon such good will from a dragon security guard in HK so I am hopeful, therefore, that this is but the the start of a greater movement within that particular demon-worshipping core, that at this time, God is opening up the heavenly armory and placing his prayer warriors inside that particular stronghold in Hong Kong to demolish every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God and placing in its stead a profusion of love, gentleness and kindness. I look forward to the day when wisdom, and not languid stares, shall emanate from all the people who man the facilities in these universities.

Reconciliation

This is special. No sooner had Isaac and I stepped into the auditorium than we heard the plaintive cry of the mainland Chinese on the stage forgiving the Hong Kong people for their trespasses against their brethren from the north. A flurry of hugs, replete with a few tears, ensued. That was, as Dale announced from the stage, a delicious moment. Jesus must have been breaking out the good champagne in heaven for a rousing celebration in view of this victory.

Sex Talk – Part One

The kids finally received the sex talk this morning; a fiery pastor delivered the message which was as much shocking as informative; and gasps and wincing abounded in the audience.

While I have recently heard the sex talk at the men’s retreat, and have furthermore by God’s grace been inoculated against this particular area of struggle, it was nonetheless refreshing to hear the news, as shocking and as sensational as it was. I am willing, in addition, to believe that some of the atrocious acts that the pastor referenced, such as gruesome abortions and bizarre sexual acts, are more prevalent than my reason will believe, because my scope is limited by experience, but as the Father witnesses everything, if the Spirit has convicted this man and has told him that the world is heading closer and closer into the mouth of Jezebel in this way, I accept this. In fact, believing this is important if I am to be a good spiritual parent who will not only protect but educate the new generation from the prowling enemy that lurks these days, even, in our computers.

Prayer

The Holy Spirit fell over me this morning during my group’s team time. He convicted me to pray in Cantonese for the first time, and so I did without fear, those Chinese words pouring out of me as if perfume from an alabaster jar. Praise God: he is good; and this was the moment I have been waiting for.

I think about what happened, and am amazed at the Father’s favor; despite my critiques against this culture, and in spite of my recent lamentations, the Lord, ever faithfully, provided a way out under which I could stand and by which I could be protected from the bait of Satan. Little did I know that the escape route would, in fact, ironically, direct me to the very thing that heretofore has stood as an obstruction, a spiritual roadblock, in my mind.

A missionary on the stage just spoke into my life when she said about her experience learning Putonghua in China: the difficult part was not learning the language but learning to love those people as Jesus loves them. This will always be my mission, no matter where I am.

Keuhng4 jong3
Lai1 hei2 (pull up)

In the afternoon, my team had a reconciliation meeting during which, in small groups, each team member at last was given an opportunity to share alternately their joys and struggles. At that time, though having staved off an open rebuke for several days, I could no longer hold back this challenge to my small group: to step out in faith to be a gateway to the nations; and second, per the morning’s message, to on their guard against the sexually explicit, insidious media. I laid out my argument with much cogency, and such a response as I saw fit knocked my group mates into a stupor, because they certainly didn’t have much to say afterwards.

Oscillate between…and…
Vacillate…
Equivocated
Prevaricate

Sex Talk – Part Two

1) Jesus came to show us the Father; John1:18
2) Grace First, Truth Second; John 1:24:25; 16-18

Pahn4 mohng6 (hope)

Do you believe that Jesus can heal you? Then lay hands.

Dale and I are men who have shared similar struggles. His testimony is riveting.

Suddenly, I realized that this rally is, in fact, a continuation of yesterday morning’s sex talk, because we ended the previous rally praying more against the shame of abortion than against personal sexual immorality. Notionally, what is being discussed will enable people to really experience the love of the Father such that to change permanently our behavior. So when we are tempted:

1) Call for help; Romans 10:13
2) Escape Plan; 1Corinthians 10:13

Remember not to stand and rebuke the enemy with your own strength; move physically from the situation.

3) Run Away; 2Timothy 2:22
4) Into the Father’s Arms; Hebrews 4:14

I like this talk. This might be the first time that these young people get straight sex talk from their leaders; and there is no better time than now for these young people to break through in this particular area of struggle, just as the young men of SP broke through these obstinate barriers during our men’s retreat.

5) Confess and be Healed; James 5:16

I hope these young people find faithful accountability brothers and sisters in this service.

6) Walk in Transparent Accountable Relationships; 1John 1:7
7) Resist the Enemy; James 4:7

Demoralizer iPhone App

Some cool iPhone News images:

Demoralizer iPhone App
iPhone News
Image by Photo Giddy
Read the app review at www.iPhoneSavior.com

www.iphonesavior.com/2009/07/demoralizer-app-makes-public...

cracked iphone screen - Day 4
iPhone News
Image by Patrick Hoesly
Day 4 with my cracked iPhone screen and I've grown both fascinated by the crack patterns and annoyed at how hard it is to read a simple news feed. Truly, I have gotten into the habit of of scrolling up and down while reading a line of text. This method allows me to 'read around' the cracked parts of the screen.

The next phone release can't come soon enough.

AquaPark

A few nice iPad News images I found:

AquaPark
iPad News
Image by Maguide
L'AquaPark de Biscarrosse est ouvert de Mai a fin septembre, tous les jours de 11h à 20h (Selon Météo). (+ Nocturne 20h à Minuit ! sur réservation)

AquaPark est un parc aquatique de structures gonflables géantes ! Nous sommes les précurseurs du produit en France !

En famille, entre collègue ou entre amis, venez délirer à l'AquaPark où vous attende des Journée à thèmes, Des Concours, De la Musique, Des Défis, Des Cadeaux, DJ, Animation, AquaRugby, Nocturne, Soirée...

Avec des Trampolines, catapultes, murs d'escalades, toboggan géant, boudins de traversée, centrifugeuse, balançoire géante, AirBoudin, Terrain d'AquaRugby, Révolution, plongeoir...

Le parc est situé sur la grande plage de l'Idylle Café, avec toutes ses activités.

Le parc est ouvert de 8 à 88 Ans enfants comme adultes y sont conviés!
(Pour les plus jeunes il existe des horaires aménagées)

SITE WEB:

- www.aquapark.fr/
- www.catapultegeante.com/
- boutique.parcmaguide.com/

BLOG:

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LIVRE D'OR:

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PAGE FACEBOOK:

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RDV CATAPULTE GEANTE :

- www.facebook.com/events/171876356229521/?ref=ts

VIDEOS :

- www.aqua-park.fr/medias-photos-a-videos/videos-aquapark-b...

FLIKR (Photos)

- www.flickr.com/photos/maguide/sets/72157626613436667/

YOUTUBE (Vidéos)

- AquaPark : www.youtube.com/user/BiscarrosseAquaParc
- Catapulte Géante : www.youtube.com/user/AquaParkCatapulte

TWITTER (News)

- twitter.com/#!/AquaParc

APPLICATION MOBILE (iPhone, iPod, iPad)

- AQUAPARK : itunes.apple.com/fr/app/aquapark/id445230976?mt=8
- CATAPULTE : itunes.apple.com/fr/app/catapulte-geante/id483703313?mt=8

FLUX RSS :

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Notre équipe. Nous sommes trois personnes ayant les deux niveaux de secourisme et dont deux ayant le Brevet National de Sécurité et de Sauvetage Aquatique.

Notre localisation. Nous sommes situés à Port Maguide ( Biscarrosse ) dans un cadre idyllique où activité et divertissement règne avec bonne humeur. Pour plus d'information www.portmaguide.fr/ .

Nos projets. Nous souhaitons pour les saisons avenirs agrandir notre parc en y ajoutant de nouvelles structures plus impressionnantes et plus fun les unes que les autres.
Déjà chaque années retrouvez plusieurs nouveautés !!

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TARIFS:

- www.aqua-park.fr/aquapark/tarifs-aquapark-biscarrosse

TARIFS DE GROUPES :

- www.aqua-park.fr/aquapark/louer-aquapark-mariage-enterrem...

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Notre localisation. Nous sommes situés à Port Maguide ( Biscarrosse ) dans les Landes avec un cadre idyllique où activité et divertissement règne avec bonne humeur.

Pour plus d'information :

- www.lidylle-plage.com/
- www.portmaguide.fr/

Application iPhone Port Maguide :

- itunes.apple.com/fr/app/port-maguide/id433875399?mt=8

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CONTACT:

- www.aqua-park.fr/contact-contactez-nous

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An ipad interview live from the EP
iPad News
Image by European Parliament
www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/headlines/content/20121012...

This photo is copyright free, but must be credited: "© European Union 2012 - European Parliament". (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons license). For HR files please contact: webcom-flickr(AT)europarl.europa.eu

A few nice iPad News images I found:

12e salon international du livre insulaire d’Ouessant (Bretagne - FRANCE) - 18 au 22 août 2010
iPad News
Image by Arash Derambarsh
12e salon international du livre insulaire d’Ouessant (Bretagne - FRANCE) - 18 au 22 août 2010

BSC News : bscnews.fr/201009131122/point-de-vue/salon-du-livre-doues...

Blog : arashderambarsh.blogspot.com/

Un jour aux éditions du cherche midi, Olivier de Kersauson et moi avions discuté à propos du salon international du livre insulaire d’Ouessant. Il me disait que ce salon est humain, efficace et que c'est un moment de bonheur. Il ne croyait pas si bien dire.

En effet, lorsque j’ai eu le plaisir d’être contacté par Jean-Lou Bourgeon, un amoureux du livre, de la Bretagne et d’internet, j’ai été enthousiaste pour venir. Cependant, ce salon tombait en plein milieu de ma prépa d’avocat. J’ai finalement accepté et je n’ai pas été déçu.

L'île d'Ouessant (Enez Eus en breton, Ushant Island en anglais) est une commune insulaire du département du Finistère, dans la région de Bretagne, en France. Le bourg d'Ouessant s'appelle Lampaul et ses habitants sont appelés Ouessantin et Ouessantines. Il y a 857 habitants vivant sur cette ile.

Depuis 1999 se tient tous les ans à Ouessant un Salon du livre insulaire au mois d'août. Je tiens donc à saluer Isabelle Le Bal pour sa générosité et son travail formidable depuis douze ans.

Ainsi, ce 12e salon international a eu lieu du mercredi 18 au dimanche 22 août.

J’ai eu un vrai moment de bonheur durant ce salon. J’ai rencontré des gens passionnés par la vie, par les autres, qui ont un amour invétéré pour la nature et une fierté d’être breton. J’ai eu la chance de voir le phare du Nividic (élevé à une hauteur de 35 m), le phare du Stiff (construit en 1695 par Vauban et inscrit au titre des monuments historiques depuis le 1er juin 2006), le phare de la Jument (47 m. de hauteur) ou encore le phare de Kéréon (48 m. de hauteur). Mais ce qui m’a le plus marqué est le nombre incroyablement élevé de moutons. Certains locaux m’ont même affirmé qu’il y en avait autant que le nombre d’habitants…

Ce salon est un grand moment humain. L’inauguration a été faite de façon très « bretonne » avec kilt, cornemuse et costumes traditionnels. J’y ai rencontré des personnes dont j’en garderai un grand souvenir. Je pense notamment à Jean-Yves Cozan (ancien député et actuel conseiller général), Denis Palluel (maire d’Ouessant), Henry Le Bal, François Bon, Thierry et Isabelle Crouzet, Michèle Dreschler, Bruno Rives, Yal Ayerdhal, Gwen Català, Clément Monjou, Lorenzo Soccavo, Louis Tirilly, Sophie Deniel, Sara Doke, Lise Hascoët, Alexis Jaillet, Joachim Bon, Michèle Dujardin, Mathyeu Le Bal, Joëlle Lalbin, Joël Richard, Françoise, Jean-Yves, Jean-Pierre, Alain, Hiette, Martine, Christiane, Annie, Marc, Vincent, Sophie, Maxime, Quentin, Pierre, Luc, Corine, Nolwen, Gurwan, Dupond, Jean, Adelaïde et à tous les bénévoles. Merci à eux.

Enfin et surtout, dans « salon du livre d’Ouessant », il y a « salon du livre ». Et ce salon est terriblement efficace. Cette année, le jury a été composé par Anne Queffélec, Danièle Auffray, Gwen Catala, Gilbert David, Nivoelisoa Galibert, Catherine Domain et Gérard Le Gouic. Le prix du livre insulaire récompense chaque année des nouveautés parues dans l’année. L’objectif est de mettre en valeur des écrivains et des livres de la matière insulaire pour des ouvrages récents.

L'insularité s'entend soit par l’insularité des auteurs (auteurs nés, vivants, travaillant sur une île, et qui proposent dans leurs ouvrages une inspiration marquée par l'insularité) ou l’insularité des ouvrages (livres écrits par des auteurs extérieurs au milieu insulaire, mais dont l'inspiration est nourrie par les îles réelles ou imaginaires).

La particularité de ce salon est le développement du « Numér’île », mise en place par Jean-Lou Bourgeon. Il consiste à débattre, avec de nombreux intervenants, à propos du problème que pose le livre numérique. Le débat a été vif, franc et direct. Je suis un grand partisan du livre numérique (Kindle, Ipad, Reader).J’ai donc défendu ma position. De nombreux points de vue ont été échangés et c’est tant mieux ainsi. Le débat doit permettre de faire avancer le monde. Pour citer mon ami Thierry Crouzet, « nous devons tout embrasser. Au cours d’une époque de transition, nous n’avons pas d’autres choix. Les spécialités de demain n’existent pas et nous devons les inventer. Tandis que les spécialités d’hier n’existent déjà plus ». Effectivement, il faut avancer et refuser le conservatisme que j’ai tant critiqué. Il ne faut pas avoir peur de l’avenir. Débattre, c’est organiser notre destin.

Chateaubriand dit d’Ouessant la chose suivante (« Mémoires d'outre-tombe » Volume 1): « Celui qui voit Belle-Isle, voit son île ; celui qui voit Groix, voit sa joie ; celui qui voit Ouessant, voit son sang ». Je partage pleinement cet avis.

Ainsi, venir dans ce salon qui rassemble des auteurs venus des îles des quatre coins du monde, c’est faire honneur à ce dicton breton. J’y reviendrai forcément.

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Video of Hussein Moustafa showing Egypt democracy photos on iPad at #Jan25 San Francisco march
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju9EfK_a7vk (shows cycle of words and photos)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtBj8B3PZxg

The next protest is 1 pm Saturday Feb 5th at UN Plaza

People are also meeting at 2 pm on Tues Feb 1 to speak at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in support of an Egypt resolution

FB event for this (jan 29) protest

www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=170318306337969

Photos from Wednesday protest in SF

www.demotix.com/news/570833/solidarity-protest-egyptian-p...