March 2008: Time and East
If you have the Time, you’re welcome to head East. Just please don’t rush, sit back and sip slowly.
Some tried and true Plotkisty jot down their instantly appearing associations with time and east
A graphic experience of getting into the space of one picture
About country and its people, who live in different time dimensions.
Our man in Zagreb digs up some timely quotes and comments on Europe’s newest nation to declare independence.
If my heart beats faster today because I fall in love, does that mean I consume more time than others?
A look at ordinary Bulgarians’ experience of time, contrasting the temporalities of the socialist past and the post-socialist present.
The general teachers’ strike during the fall of 2007 was the largest nationwide protest in Bulgaria, and it lasted for more than six weeks. The strike was a disruption of time and work-time, and it points to the hidden potential of those social niches that keep resisting privatization.
And the band is going home, its raining hammers, its raining nails
In an increasingly competitive economy, with polities that project economic growth as ultimate national goals, sacrifices are being demanded for an abstract aim for which we are not even sure that, all things considered, really do enrich our personal lives.