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New site about Mt. Everest. Nowa strona o Mt Everest. /Version english and polish/

czwartek, 06 marca 2008 18:03

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oryginal post : http://himalman.wordpress.com/

New site about Himalaya. This site use Structure theme by Justin Tadlock.


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http://everestbyclimbers.eu/

Zapraszam na nową strone o Mt Ewerest.
Prezentowana strona jest ciekawa z 3 powodów. Pierwszy i oczywisty bo jest o Mt. Everest i Wysikich Górach, a to samo z siebie wydaje sie być interesujące.
Po drugie daje wspaniałe mozliwości prezentacyjne różnych ciekawych materiałów , co nie zawsze jest mozliwe w kontekscie usług internetowych dostarczanuch przez polskie serwisy bezpłatne, niemal do legendy urasta jak UBOGI jest w funkcjonalność serwis onet.pl mieniacy sie najwiekszym w Polsce /nie da sie zainstalowac żadnych widget'ów ani np serwisów online opartych na javie czy czytnika RSS/. Ostatnio organizowany konkurs na blog roku kolejny raz pokazał słabości onetuowego serwisu w porównaniu z tak dobrym konkursem jak blogger's choice awards, logo i link w prawej kolumnie. Nie na biadoleniu jednak chcę opierać ten post, a raczej na pokazywaniu super rozwiazań dostepnych dla wszystkich za FREE !
Jak zwykle nowości takie początki mają w USA kolebce internetu i chyba też jednocześnie najważniejszego konsumenta usług internetowych. Takie postawienie sprawy powoduje, że własnie w USA tzw. "zwykły zjadacz chleba" ma do swej dyspozycji takie wsapaniałośći jak dziesiatki bezpłatnych serisów na wysokim poziomie np. serwis Wordpress /swiatowy zaseg i mutacje w dziesiątkach języków a w tym i polskim/ oraz takich oddanych ludzi internetu jak twórca strony Structure theme czyli Justin Tadlock. celowo podaje link do autora oprogramowania bo naprawde warto zainteresować sie tak pięknie zrobiona strona www, którą można dostać za darmo !!! .. i to jest ten trzeci powód prezentacj.
Mam nadzieje , ze Justin bedzie miał wielu chętnych z Polski i że polscy bogowicze docenią prace autora, na marginesie dodam, że przygotowywana jest polska lokalizacja oprogramowania, ale nawet ta angielka jest bardzo prosta, instalacja jest intuicyjana i nie ma z nią kłopotów.
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Blogging Communities. Portale społecznościowe. /Version polish and english/

niedziela, 17 lutego 2008 14:56

I have joined a few of the main blogging communities.Technorati

Technorati is a search engine for blogs which claims to be currently tracking 112.8 million blogs and over 250 million pieces of tagged social media and is a pretty well recognised authority in terms of all things blogging. Check out my Technorati Profile here and add me to your favourites.

MyBlogLogMyBlogLog is a social network for bloggers owned by Yahoo!. It is very popular and provides those widgets you see on so many blogs which contain pictures and links back to the profiles of a blogs recent readers or communities. You can find my profile here.

BlogCatalogBlogCatalog is similar in nature although not quite as popular as MyBlogLog. Nevertheless its use is still fairly widespread. Again it is recognised by its widgets which can be seen on many popular blogs. You can find and connect with me here.

LinkedInLinkedIn is an altogether more serious affair. It is much more business orientated and more professional. This is not really a blogging community but bloggers do use it a lot. It is more the place where more serious business relationships develop. You can find me here.

Please do visit my profiles and connect with me. It is well known that networking plays an important part in success so lets help each other out.

 

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Portale społecznościowe - czyli jak można propagować swoje blogi..

Technorati to specjalny serwis, który pomaga zarówno w propagowaniu blogów, ale również daje wiele instrumentów do oceny blogów.

Technorati rank jest jednym z ważniejszych składników oceny stron www.

Mój profil zobaczysz klikając na link : Technorati Profile

Serwis ten daje tez ciekawe możliwości prezentacyjne tzw widget’y - przykład jednego z nich pokazuje zdjęcie obok. Jedyna niedogodność to to, że Technorati widget jest napisany w java script i nie daje się zainstalować na stronach wordpress, ale znakomicie widać go np na http://everestmydream.blogspot.com/

Kolejny ciekawy serwis to MyBlogLog - jest to typowy portal społecznościowy, bardzo popularny wśród internautów. Mój profil zobaczysz klikając na link : MyBlogLog profile.

Innym znanym portalem społecznościowy jest BlogCatalog. Moim zdaniem to najlepszy serwis i daje najwięcej możliwości, jest ze wszech miar godny polecenia!!

Jednym z ważnych plusów to możliwość instalacji jego prostego kodu html na stronie z serwisu wordpress, co widać w mojej lewej kolumnie, gdzie jest box pokazujący blogerów ostatnio odwiedzających moją stronę.

Mój profil zobaczysz klikając na link : BlogCatalog profile.

Oczywiście jest wiele innych serwisów jak choćby LinkedIn, ja pokazałem jedynie niektóre z nich, te które uważam za najciekawsze.

Niemniej będę wdzięczy za wszelkie uwagi i wasze opinie, może dzięki nim poznam coś fajnego…

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Crisp Cakes - Faworki /Version polish and english/

niedziela, 03 lutego 2008 11:29

Faworki (also known as chrust, chrusty, chruściki, angel wings)¹ are traditional Polish sweet crispy fried pastry in the shape of thin twisted ribbons, deep-fried and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Most often they are eaten in time of carnival and on Fat Thursday the last Thursday before Lent - not to be confused with Fat Tuesday or (Mardi Gras) the day before Ash Wednesday.

Etymology of the word: traditionally "faworki" was the name reserved for colourful ribbons attached to either female or male clothes, especially ribbons given by medieval knights to their ladies. The word came to Poland from Latin via French, and the French "faveur" means "grace" or "favour".

¹ - Faworki (chrusty) is the plural form of the word faworek (chrust).

Ingredients:
30 dag (2 galsses) flour
½ Tablespoon salt
6 egg yolks
5 Tablespoons sour cream
1 Tablespoon pure spirit or cognac
Oil for frying
Powdered (confectioners) sugar to sprinkle on top of the biscuits

Directions:

  1. Mix all the ingredients together.
  2. Knead the dough until it is an even mass.
  3. Beat the dough with a wooden rolling pin for about 15 minutes, or until the dough starts to blister.
  4. Separate dough into several portions and roll each portion very thin. The dough should look like parchment paper that you can see through.
  5. Cut dough into strips approx. 1 ½ inches wide 6 inches long (2-3 cm wide and 15 cm long).
  6. Cut a small slit in the middle of each piece.
  7. Thread one end of the strip through the slit in the middle, and pull through to make a bow shape.
  8. Heat oil to 375 degrees (190 st. C) and fry quickly on both sides until golden not brown.
  9. Place the faworki onto kitchen roll to drain the excess fat.
  10. Sprinkle with powdered (confectioners) sugar hot faworki.
  11. Leave to cool.
Preparation time: 1,5  h
 *I invite - super post : all rutes to Everest - drogi na szczyt Everestu


Faworki

Faworki (znane też jako chrust lub jaworki) to polskie tradycyjne, chrupkie ciastka o słodkim smaku, w kształcie złożonej kokardki, smażone i posypywane cukrem-pudrem. Najczęściej spożywane w czasie karnawału i Tłustego czwartku lub na ostatki, czyli we wtorek przed Środą Popielcową. Wyrabia się je z ciasta śmietanowego zbijanego i smaży jak pączki.

 Sposób przyrządzania

Ciasto na faworki powinno zawierać mąkę, dużo żółtek i jaj, niewiele tłuszczu i cukru oraz trochę spirytusu lub 6-proc. octu. Według tradycyjnych receptur, 50% ciężaru mąki powinny stanowić żółtka lub ostatecznie całe jaja, 12% gęsta, ale niezbyt kwaśna śmietana, 10% - masło lub margaryna, 5% - cukier puder. Bardzo ważnym dodatkiem do ciasta faworkowego jest spirytus lub ocet, który pełni funkcję spulchniacza oraz zapobiega nadmiernemu wchłanianiu tłuszczu.

Dla dodania smaku faworkom, należy pokroić suszone śliwki w drobną kosteczkę i dodać do jeszcze niewyrobionego ciasta. Następnie schłodzone ciasto należy bardzo cienko rozwałkować i nożem lub radełkiem powycinać podłużne prostokąty z nacięciem pośrodku. Jeden z krótszych brzegów należy przeciągnąć przez nacięcie. W ten sposób powstaje kształt kokardki. Smażyć we wrzącym oleju, aż do zrumienienia.

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Tatra Mountains.

piątek, 02 listopada 2007 9:56

Tatras

Tatras
Panorama of Tatras

Panorama of Tatras
The Tatra Mountains, Tatras or Tatra (Tatry in both Slovak and Polish //), constitute a mountain range which forms a natural border between Slovakia and Poland. They occupy an area of 750km², the major part (600km²) of which lies in Slovakia. The highest Tatra peak, at 2655m, is Gerlachovský štít, located in Slovakia. Rysy, at 2499m, is the highest Polish peak.

The Tatra Mountains are the highest mountain range in the Carpathian Mountains. Although considerably smaller than the Alps, they are classified as having an alpine landscape. Their high mountain character, combined with great accessibility, makes them popular with tourist and scientists.

Description

The area is a well-known winter sports area, with resorts such as Poprad and the town (Mesto) Vysoké Tatry in Slovakia (in English literally (Town of the) High Tatras; created in 1999 and including the former separate resorts Štrbské Pleso, Starý Smokovec, and Tatranská Lomnica), and Zakopane, the "Winter Capital" of Poland.

The Tatras consist of:

The High Tatras, with their 24 (or 25) peaks over 2500m above sea level, are, together with the Southern Carpathians, the only mountain ranges with an Alpine character in the whole 1200km length of the Carpathian Mountain range.

Štrbské Pleso in the High Tatras, Slovakia

Štrbské Pleso in the High Tatras, Slovakia

The Tatras should be distinguished from another Slovak mountain range, the Low Tatras (in Slovak Nízke Tatry), situated south of the Tatras. Sometimes, however, the term 'Tatras' is used freely to refer to both the Tatras and the Low Tatras.

 Landscape

The Tatra Mountains (especially the High Tatras) are known to have undergone four glaciations. The most extensive transformations were caused by a glacier 100-230 m thick; the most apparent features of this process are the numerous cirques and mountain lakes. The mountains were shaped by glacial erosion, which formed many alpine cliffs, some up to 1,000 m high.

Climate

The Mountains lie in the temperate zone of Central Europe. They are an important barrier to the movements of air masses. Their mountainous topography causes the most diverse climate in that region.

The effects of global warming in the Tatra Mountains started to be visible around the 1980s.

 Winds

The average wind speed on the summits is 6 m/s.

  • southerly winds on the northern side
  • westerly winds at the base of Tatra (Orawa-Nowy Targ Basin)
  • foehn winds (Polish: halny) most often occur between October and May. They are warm and dry and could cause extensive damage.

Temperature

Temperatures range from -40 °C in the winter to 33 °C in warmer months. Temperatures also vary depending on altitude and sun exposure of a given slope. Temperatures below 0 °C last for 192 days on the summits.

Precipitation

Highest precipitation figures are recorded on northern slopes. In June and July monthly precipitation reaches around 250 mm. Precipitation occurs for 215 to 228 days a year. Thunderstorms occur 36 days a year on average.

Snow cover

Maximum thickness on the summit amounts to around 320 cm in March. Peaks are sometimes covered with snow throughout the year. Avalanches are frequent.

Flora

The Mountains have a diverse variety of plants. They are home to more than 1,000 vascular plants, about 450 mosses, 200 hepatics, 700 lichens, 900 fungi, and 70 slime moulds. There are five climatic-vegetation belts in Tatras:

The distribution of plants depends on altitude:

  • up to 1,300 m: Carpathian beech forest; almost no shrub layer, herb layer occupies most of the forest floor
  • to 1,550 m: Spruce forest; shrub layer poorly developed, mosses are a major component
  • to 1,800 m: Mountain Pine, numerous herbs
  • to 2,300 m: high altitude grasslands
  • from 2,300m up: Subnivean - bare rock and almost no vegetation (mostly lichens)

Fauna

The Tatra Mountains are home to many species of animals: 54 tardigrades, 22 turbellarians, 100 rotifers, 22 copepods, 162 spiders, 81 molluscs, 43 mammals, 200 birds, 7 amphibians and 2 reptiles.

The most notable mammals are the Tatra chamois, marmot, snow vole, brown bear, wolf, Eurasian lynx, red deer, roe deer, and wild boar. Notable fish include the brook trout and alpine bullhead.

The endemic species include the caddis fly, spider Xysticus alpicola and wingless springtail.

Human involvement

Visible consequences of the 2004 storm

Visible consequences of the 2004 storm

The Tatra Mountains were used in the 18th and 19th centuries for sheep grazing and mining and many trees were cut down to make way for human exploitation. Although these activities were stopped, the impact is still clearly visible. Moreover, there are new problems. Pollution from the industrialized regions of Kraków, Ostrava and Orava and uncontrolled tourism are damaging the mountains.

The Slovak Tatra National Park (Tatranský národný park; TANAP) was founded in 1949, and the contiguous Polish Tatra National Park (Tatrzański Park Narodowy) was founded in 1954. Both areas were added to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve list in 1993.

On 19 November 2004, large parts of the forests in the southern part of the High Tatras were damaged by a strong wind storm. 3 million cubic metre of trees were uprooted, two people died and several villages were totally cut off. Further damage was done by a subsequent forest fire, and it will take many years until the local ecology is fully recovered.

Mountain peaks


Tatras view from Rysy, Poland/Slovakia
Eastern Tatras:   Tatras view from Rysy, Poland/Slovakia
Western Tatras:

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sobota, 22 września 2007 0:21
Expeditions & treks to Andes, Caucasus, Himalaya, Karakorum, Pamir.

Ryszard Pawlowski http://www.patagonia.com.pl/
Dear Climber,

I welcome You with all my heart to the world of mountains. I started the Patagonia Mountain Agency with a deep fascination with mountains, climbing, and adventure; but also with the concern of meeting the safety and organizational requirements of a mountaineering expedition. After years of experience, this concern is still with me. This is why the safety of our climbers is so important to me. I want good memories of your adventure with us to last a long time. The people that work with me are experienced, responsible and competent. With a great sense of humor. I trust them. You can also trust them. Years of experience in the mountains, sometimes bitter and painful, have not made me a pessimist. Quite the opposite, I am a life-long optimist. This may be part of the reason for our great success in the mountains. I would love for you to join us and become infected with this optimism.

To the mountains with us, safely.

See you on one of our expeditions,

Ryszard Pawlowski

Our philosophy is based on a lively, enthusiastic outlook of the mountains and the alpine wilderness. Some cannot live without the sound of the sea, of sails flapping in the wind, others without music. To us, the thin, clear air, the grandeur of mountain giants and the blinding whiteness of snow is the food without which existence seems impossible. The PMA mission is simple: give those who have fallen in love with the mountains the opportunity to experience an incredible and fulfilling adventure. To make this a reality you need great organization, professional care and commitment. Safety and success are the pillars of the PMA philosophy. The mountains are difficult, full of surprises. The foresight, intuition and safety measures taken by PMA help ensure a safe and successful expedition.


Everest fot. by Ryszard Pawłowski.

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