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  1. Prince Street NEW
    By Chris Mears. 🇨🇦

    “See you at the Queen City Express”
    We often describe ourselves, in this hobby, as “lone wolves” because our vocabulary is biased toward narrating our experience in only terms of our output, the models we make and the stuff of our collections. …
    By Chris Mears, 50 words

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  2. Traingeek – Trains and Photography NEW
    “I am a photographer who specializes in trains and grain elevators. I like to tell stories through my photos and my blog.” By Steve Boyko. 🇨🇦

    Railfanning CN Between Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie
    I was recently asked for some advice on railfanning near the Trans-Canada Highway between Winnipeg, Manitoba and Regina, Saskatchewan. I’m sharing a portion of this route here. Feel free to chime in with your own …
    By steve, 66 words

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  3. Hafenecke NEW

    Bayernhafen Bamberg
    In the large image at the top of the blog, there are some interesting features, to help understand the image this is a map of the Bamberger industrial system where the lines from the Baywa …
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  4. Uncle Rod's Astro Blog NEW
    By Rod Mollise. 🇺🇸

    A Tale of Two Comets
    LovejoyWhat’s strange, muchachos? The effects hairy stars, visitors from the outer Solar System, the great comets have on us. What’s a great comet? Simple: any comet prominent enough to be noticed by the general public. …
    By Rod Mollise, 1,572 words

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  5. Astro Bob | Duluth News Tribune NEW
    “Bob King's 'Astro Bob' is astronomy for everyone. Mars, Milky Way, Northern Lights, constellations, star gazing and much more.” 🇺🇸

    Astro Bob: Sun shouts spring, but Minnesota keeps winter close
    Spring officially begins on Monday, March 20, at 4:24 p.m. Central Time. Not that you'd know it in Minnesota.
    By Bob King, 29 words

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  6. Grand Old Movies NEW
    “Blogging about Hollywood's golden-age films.”

    Dinner Chez Groucho
    A number of years ago—around the time Pluto was discovered, as I recall—I was browsing in a used-book emporium in New York City’s Greenwich Village, where I found a collection of S.J. Perelman’s essays (I …
    By Grand Old Movies, 2,503 words

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  7. Criminal Element NEW
    “Mysteries, Thrillers, and all things Killer!”

    Father/Daughter Detective Teams
    I’ve always loved “buddy” detective stories featuring a main sleuth and his or her sidekick, especially if the relationship is akin to oil and water (at odds all the time) or oil and vinegar (a …
    By Marcy McCreary, 58 words

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  8. Classic Film and TV Café NEW
    “Devoted to classic movies and television series, ranging from the silent film era to the 1980s.” By Rick29.

    Goodnight, My Love: A Made-for-TV Film Noir
    The ABC Movie of the Week was unique among made-for-TV movie franchises in that its films spanned a wide variety of genres. It presented family dramas, thrillers, comedies, horror pictures, and even a kung fu …
    By Rick29, 574 words

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  9. Joel David Hamkins NEW
    “mathematics and philosophy of the infinite.” 🇺🇸

    The Math Tea argument: must there be numbers we can neither describe nor define? Barcelona March 2023
    This will be a talk 15 March 2023 for the Mathematics Department of the University of Barcelona, organized jointly with the Set Theory Seminar. Abstract. According to the math tea argument, perhaps heard at a …
    By Joel David Hamkins, 61 words

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  10. Azimuth NEW
    “From math to physics to earth science and biology, computer science … centered around the theme of what scientists, engineers and programmers can do to help save a planet in crisis.” By John Baez. 🇺🇸

    Scorpius X-1
    If you could see X-rays, maybe you’d see this. Near the Galactic Center, the Fermi bubbles would glow bright… but the supernova remnant Vela, the neutron star Scorpius X-1 and a lot of activity in …
    By John Baez, 350 words

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  11. David Fisher, Carving Explorations | Blog NEW

    Update on the Upcoming Workshop Transition
    The house project has been progressing in spite of the typical delays and hiccups. It has been inspiring to meet and watch the many skilled tradespersons working on the project. From the framers, to the …
    By Dave Fisher, 50 words

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  12. TimeTestedTools NEW
    “Vintage Tool Information - Hand Tool Restorations - Tool Collecting - Vintage Tools.” 🇺🇸

    Sargent Model Shop Tools: Prototype Successor to Shaw’s Patent Planes?
    By James R. Gillis Here it is at only the second post of this blog and I’ve gone off the subject of Stanley Model Shop tools in my collection to discuss a Sargent prototype plane …
    By Guest Author, 1,387 words

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  13. The Plainspoken Scientist - AGU Blogosphere NEW
    “The science communication blog of AGU’s Sharing Science program.” 🇺🇸

    Harnessing the power of TikTok for science communication
    Screenshot of a Terra Explore video discussing a (then recent) earthquake showing a Ground Motion Visualization (GMV) produced by EarthScope Consortium (formerly IRIS). By Emily Zawacki TikTok catapulted in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic and …
    By Shane Hanlon, 490 words

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  14. Robb Owen - My writing NEW
    “My collected writing on topics ranging from coding and the web industry, to linguistics and natural language processing.” 🇬🇧

    Hand-thrown frontends
    I've been thinking about my approach to frontend a lot recently and an analogy that comes up pretty consistently when talking about building user interfaces is that the frontend development process should be like efficiently …
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  15. Rach Smith's digital garden NEW
    “A developer building software for CodePen, wife, mother of two, productivity nerd and recovering screen addict.” 🇦🇺

    Using regex with make find-and-replace in VS Code
    The context for how and why is too niche for me to go in to here, but I had a bunch of files where I needed to change all instances of this: 'FileClient:1643853467530' to this: …
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