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In situ tribochemical formation of self-lubricating diamond-like carbon films - ScienceDirect
So rubbing palladium-gold alloys in teh presence of carbon containing stuff makes very slippery diamond-like carbon films without an expensive plasma furnace, and might be suitable for mass production use
palladium  gold  nanoparticle  amorphous  diamond  carbon  film  nanocomposite  lubricant  materials  science  research  technology  tribochemical  production  process 
10 hours ago by asteroza
The Obsessions of Hitchcock, Welles, and Kubrick | Boston Review
The Obsessions of Hitchcock, Welles, and Kubrick from Boston Review. A new book takes on the titans of twentieth-century cinema, fetishes and all.
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yesterday by yk7
I watched Nicolas Cage movies for 14 hours straight, and I'm sold
What kind of masochists would attend an all-night Nicolas Cage movie marathon? What kind of sadists would program seven of his films in a row? If one wants to observe the famously extravagant American actor for 14 hours straight, why not do it from the comfort of your own home?

I ponder these questions en route to the Melbourne international film festival’s overnight Cage-a-Thon, and think about how I might answer them myself. I have always been a fan of Cage’s work, perhaps even a big one, but did I really understand the reverence he elicits from his fans? I did not. Any casual observer can see that Cage is entertaining, charismatic and wildly flamboyant, but what is it about the 54-year-old performer that deserves seven movies, played back-to-back?
by:LukeBuckmaster  from:TheGuardian  NicolasCage  film  to-do 
yesterday by owenblacker
Surprisingly Problematic
"Generation X is back to whine about their lost youth and the movies they loved in the 80s that turn out to be surprisingly problematic by today's standards."
genx  generationx  film  problematic  podcasts  movies 
yesterday by robertogreco

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