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  1. Kimberly Hirsh NEW
    “Mother, learner, wit. Researching Connected Learning + Libraries @ the Connected Learning Lab, leading in #FanLIS. She.” 🇺🇸

    2023-06-06 14:36
    📝📓 Fascinated by this ethnographic study on youth’s “pocket writing” practices. Most fiction I write happens in my pocket now and is mostly private, shared only with very specific people. As a teenager, I did …
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  2. Resourceaholic
    “Free resources and ideas for teaching secondary school maths.” By Jo Morgan. 🇬🇧

    5 Maths Gems #171
    Welcome to my 171st gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers.1. GCSE Revision UpdateThere's no shortage of GCSE revision resources but I made another …
    By Jo Morgan, 71 words

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  3. Matt Weber – Blog
    “Writer of science fiction & fantasy.” 🇺🇸

    Work week 2023-06-06
    Next week Maker: Take a load off before starting edits on HEATSTROKE HEARTBEAT. Manager: Contact cover artist for HEATSTROKE HEARTBEAT; get last bits of HH into Scrivener and copy-edited from reMarkable OCR. Marketer: As last …
    By Matt, 425 words

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  4. a philosopHER walks
    “Walking the world, without and within.” By Kathrine Cuccuru. 🇺🇸

    Long Distance Launch Event! Stage Three ‘a philosopHER walks’
    Join me in person on Sunday 23 April, 3-4pm in The Round George’s function room, 14-15 Sutherland Avenue, Brighton, BN2 0EQ. You will have an opportunity to ASK ME ANYTHING! about the project. And together …
    By aphilosopherwalks, 75 words

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  5. The Shelter Stone
    By Will Ellwood. 🇬🇧

    A Stuic Day
    Hijinks with a hire car on the Saturday discovered at the beach. An actual problem with the car discovered on Sunday morning. The key didn’t work. Arrived at Invercauld Car Park at nine. Shoes worn …
    By Will Ellwood, 213 words

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  6. No Escape
    “Digital Culture and its Discontents.”

    Maybe I just don’t like Zelda?
    It’s been about three weeks since The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom released. By all accounts, it’s a masterpiece, an exemplar of the medium, the clear shoe-in for Game of the Year 2023 …
    By Kaile Hultner, 2,127 words

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  7. The LRM - The Loiterers Resistance Movement | Blog

    June 2023 First Sunday
    It’s First Sunday, this Sunday and as promised the next few wanders will be at locations requested by loiterers. A return to Media City, Salford Quays and its surrounding environment has been suggested so we …
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  8. 3:AM Magazine
    “Whatever it is, we're against it.” 🇺🇸

    the melodic line that obsessed my thoughts
    By Michael L. Sevy. the melodic line that obsessed my thoughts at that moment was, perhaps, a theme or theme-adjacent/theme-supportive, and in my head where notes often gather it started logically enough, pleasing to the …
    By Daniel Davis Wood, 1,935 words

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  9. Situationniste Blog
    “A Situationist Book Collector's Blog.” 🇺🇸

    Mémoires – Ghislain de Marbaix’s copy [1958]
    Debord, Guy and Jorn, Asger. Mémoires: Structures Portantes d’Asger Jorn. Copenhagen: Internationale Situationniste, 1959 [but really Dec. 1959]. n.p. [64 p.]; ill.; 28 x 21 cm. Sandpaper wrappers (“papier verré 3M”). Mémoires is the product …
    By elhajoui, 721 words

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  10. 8Sided Blog
    “a zine about sound, culture, and the punk rock dream.” By Michael Donaldson. 🇺🇸

    Pour Out a Little Coffee
    Today, the final musicREDEF newsletter with Matty Karas as ‘curator’ was sent out. I’ve read this newsletter for several years — it’s been a morning coffee companion — and though the curated links to breaking …
    By M Donaldson, 486 words

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  11. Amy Goodchild — Blog
    “I’m an artist based in London. I use code and other technology to create art which explores generativity, group experience, and interaction.” 🇺🇸

    Meaningless is my ArtBlocks debut, dropping on Tues 30th May 2023. This project has been a journeyyyy and in this article I’ll talk through how the project works and roam around some conceptual thoughts.You can …
    By Amy Goodchild, 2,277 words

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  12. Wayne Myers | bloggage
    “Wayne Myers is a musician, writer and coder based in St Leonards-on-Sea. This is his blog.” 🇬🇧

    Gefilte Fish
    Last night I made gefilte fish for the first time. I am feeling weirdly emotional about it. This post is an attempt to process that. Gefilte fish, if you have never heard of it, is …
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  13. Cincinnati Curiosities
    “Working overtime to keep alive the weird soul of the Queen City.” By Greg Hand. 🇺🇸

    Not Just Hearsay, We Present 15 Cincinnati Curiosities With Documented Veracity
    Cincinnatians love to tell stories about their favorite town and some of the oddest and least expected are actually true. Here is a passel of true – or at least well documented – stories that …
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  14. Kevin Cox - All Articles
    “Software developer and all around nerd. I am webscale.” 🇨🇦

    The Ethics of Locked Hardware
    It isn’t too hard to find cases where you can buy hardware that has features that are locked unless you pay extra. For example the 2010 Intel Upgrade Card which allowed you to upgrade your …
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  15. Grizzlebit
    “Bytes that get stuck in your teeth.” By Ray Grasso. 🇦🇺

    Some Blogging Myths ↬
    Julia’s posts inspire me to write more. ↬
    By Ray Grasso, 12 words

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