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|Archived Since:||May 20, 2012|
Based on a presentation given at the WTF LGBTQ Conference 7 February 2013 at University of the Arts London, just in time for LGBT History Month. I. Why Join a Book Club? “Green in Nature is one thing, green in … Continue reading ?
I made my first tapestry, a tap-or-click storyboard that I think is the next great thing that will shape digital reading practices: http://tapestry.is/knf3v In addition, one edition of the catalogue of Don Saltero’s Coffeehouse can be found here.
Last week Farhad Manjoo over at Slate Magazine published an article about the invention of the internet, which lately has become a political issue in the USA: is it the work of the government (as President Obama says)? Is it … Continue reading ?
After computers were made of bronze cogs but before they were made of integrated circuits, they were made of paper, they were found in books: The figure pictured above is called a volvelle or wheel chart; it’s a series of circles held together that … Continue reading ?
It all started with a feature on Nate Pederson’s “Bright Young Things” column over at the Fine Books and Collections Blog. Whether or not any of the words bright/young/thing actually apply to me was not part of the interview, luckily, but … Continue reading ?
This is a collaborative post by Brooke Palmieri and Daryl Green and can be found cross-posted on both of their blogs (8vo and Echoes from the Vault) In August 2011 Brooke Palmieri [BP] wrote an entry over at her blog, … Continue reading ?