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Paris Cards

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In the middle of the 19th s a French photographer named Andre Adolphe Eugene installed in Paris the largest Photo Studio which was known until then. Through the technique of daguerreotype (through which translates into a silver surface the desired image) initiated its business which quickly led him to discover another technique that was the print photos with a single negative, which had a great success on the market due to the decrease in the cost of prints of the imagesas well as that within the plates in which an image was previously printed, this technique could introduce around ten. In this way what was done was that they took photos that were subsequently cut and hit another card of cardboard measuring approx 9 cm. in length by 6 cm. wide, which were known as cartes de visit. One of the best-known works and which became famous this character was that it portrayed mid-century Napoleon III and you He designed his business cards, which gave him fame and prestige in the rest of Europe. In this way, well-to-do printed several of his photographs and signed them and expressed their data on them, which were used as what we currently know as business cards.

In Mexico the success of these cards also was seen, although as you might expect they did time after that in Europe they were already in practically every corner. It was not until the beginning of the 20th century that these cards began to be marketed, and due to its great demand was necessary to install many photo studios in major cities to be able to meet the demand that acquired in such a short time. These photographic studies printed in photographs the name and address of the study, and subsequently this picture was pasted on cardboard as a business card. Regularly some messages were written on the back of the cardboard as a dedication. In these photographs on a regular basis There was background any scenery or scenery that much had to do with the time or well scenery to make appear the character in a scenario in which it was not. This way to see old letters of presentation can be in some way for some details of the era.


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We are in a park. They are six in the afternoon. Although it is winter, spring-like weather. I love these days; the air is clean and fresh, and the colors of the sky and Earth have the intensity of things that are born to life. My bike is sleeping and I took many hours doing nothing. I see the world in front of me go.

Without giving me just there, I became one object of this place, as the stone bench where I’m sitting. A woman passes by my side: is very fast, with the strained face, pants, – would seem that flees from the passage of time or the past-. An old man approaching: walk slowly, very carefully. Drag your feet and his eyes stare at the floor, as if you were learning to decipher the mystery of that land that one day, not too distant, will return. A musician plays the accordion under a statue. Next to the fountain, a little further, the lady who throws the cards has the face and hands swollen, tanned by the cold and bad weather. Resting on the railing of the Lake, a camel beckons to a kid who is approaching.

Their hands touch a moment. He that sells waffles and the crazy smile and watch the sky. The suicidal meditates and understands that he would never kill. Sitting between a little wilted flowers, a lonely kid expected the miracle of a kiss that will make you vibrate. Women, elderly and children parents. Vagabonds who one day lost their direction. The murmur of water and Breeze, Lake tents that his eyes seem to look to the vacuum. Silence and noise, voices the world. My world. My senses become impregnated from him. Time passes. The Sun is setting. I feel that the wheel of life has revolved in a way gone mad one day, and shrugs me heart. A heady sense of contemplating the speed with which changes everything, while my soul remains lost in a time without time that knows to eternity. I look at my bike: dear friend, we have to go a little further. A life begins at each step. A wonderful life. Terrible and chaotic at times, but always a fascinating life. Life is a mystery that must be lived with all intensity. Friend bicycle, do you understand? There is so much hope at this moment.

Santiago Leguizamon

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We must prevent the risk of serving as a vehicle for the interests of public or private groups. 8. Akointe ojepuru ne hekopete, hendaitepe ara has hesakava. Opaite mba ja ekuaava pa ne eme ja ekuaa porundy tera pokoi ne eme avei. You must always use a clear, concise and clear language. Usually what is said in 10 words always can say in nine, or in seven. 9 Ko tembiapope hasy jahupyty has? ua marandu karaku has nepyruha. Avei hasy namombe u been? au hekoitepe SMS marandu.

Eve SMS marandu airo, ndaheko anetemo airo nahesakamo ara ndojehairi Araka has omone eva noikumbymo airo pe marandu. Marandu ndaha ei jajerovu has? au. Find the shaft and the head of news is no easy task. Neither is narrating a story. There is never get to tell if you are not sure that can be done with clarity, efficiency, and thinking about the interest of the reader rather than the own brilliance. 10 Akointe oi ara mandu marandukuaa ape has eha SMS mba apo jekupytyra.

Marandu asaihara onemoi ara ambueva pyporepe, oikumbyvo ambuevape. Ha, I heta jey, oikova era ambuevaro. Always remember that journalism is, above all, an act of service. It is put in the place of another, understand the other. And, at times, be another. SANTIGO LEGUIZAMoN ARAMANO death of SANTIAGO LEGUIZAMoN 26 jasyrundy 1991 – I, Marandu asaihara Arape, ojejukakuri Tava Pedro Juan Caballero, Paraguay retame, asaihara Santiago Leguizamon marandu. Irundy Brazil-ygua ava hekomarava, oity suck nuhame has ojuka hikuai ichupe pe tape hera ijara yvy? va – pe. Oje Santiago Leguizamon ojejukahague oikogui omombe u Pukoe Mburukuja rupive, mba vaieta ojapova umi oikova Pedro Juan pokare has mboypyri Tava Ponta Porame. On 26 April 1991, day of the journalist, was murdered in the city of Pedro Juan Caballero, Paraguay Republic; the journalist Santiago Leguizamon. Four individuals of Brazilian nationality tended a trap and killed him at the site known as no man’s land. It is believed that the main cause of his assassination was the constant complaint that made by Radio Mburukuja of acts of corruption committed in Pedro Juan Caballero and Punta Pora (Brazil). do 21 mbokara? i ojasuru hetere. 14 tapicha ojejoko has onemoinge ka iraime oje egui has ekuera ojukahague Santiago-pe; It has upeikatu ojepoipaite chuguikuera ndikatuigui ojehechauka has ekuera ojapohague pe mba vaiete. 2002 – me, Santiago kuatiakuera oiva Tekojoja Rogape onembohyru has jeporeka aneteguare pe or? uahe ijapype has oparei. 21 bullets lodged in his body. 14 people were arrested and detained suspected of being the murderers of Santiago; and then they were released for lack of evidence. In 2002 the Justice filed the case of Santiago, to the reign of impunity. Santiago Leguizamon Villa Hayes, Paraguaype, ara henoikuri 26 jasyapy 1950-pe. Omano oreko l’chavero 41 ary. Omendava has oreko irundy nemonare. Ojejuka l’chavero has ekuri Pukoe Mburukuja jara has sambyhyhara, Tava Pedro Juan Caballlero-pe. Santiago Leguizamon was born in Villa Hayes, Paraguay; on March 27, 1950. He was killed at the age of 41. He was married with four children. At the time of his murder, he was the owner and director of Radio Mburukuja, in the city of Pedro Juan Caballero.