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

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    Solstice tarot/oracle reading and baby shower planning
    I’m typing this blog post in Google Docs, because of its autosave feature. There’s probably a better way, but oh well. I kind of want to just type it in the Micro.blog compose box but …
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  2. Resourceaholic
    Free resources and ideas for teaching secondary school maths. By Jo Morgan. 🇬🇧 More info

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    AI Maths Resources
    I've been sceptical about the potential of AI to produce high quality resources. I'd much rather have a set of carefully crafted tasks created a skilled maths teacher than a worksheet of random repetitive questions …
    By Jo Morgan, 66 words
  3. Matt Weber – Blog
    Writer of science fiction & fantasy. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Fear of commitment: A defense
    I’m going to give you some writing advice untainted by anything anyone could call “success” in the industry: Don’t start off with a series. This goes against what, e.g. the Alliance of Independent Authors will …
    By Matt, 761 words
  4. a philosopHER walks
    Walking the world, without and within. By Kathrine Cuccuru. 🇺🇸 More info

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    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
  5. The Shelter Stone
    By Will Ellwood. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Sad Owl
    There was a morning while in bed, while drinking my coffee, that I remembered to do my daily Duolingo practice early, so as to take advantage of the XP bonus I received the night before, …
    By Will Ellwood, 259 words
  6. No Escape
    Digital Culture and its Discontents. More info

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    Summer of Games 2024: Every Trailer Shown at the 2024 Devolver Direct Event
    I’m gonna be up front with you: I’ve never really been a big fan of the kind of comedy that Devolver Digital displays with their Directs. I know what they’re trying to do, but I’m …
    By Kaile Hultner, 221 words
  7. The LRM - The Loiterers Resistance Movement | Blog
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    June 2024 First Sunday
    Dear friends, comrades and lovely loiterers Wow – its First Sunday again this Sunday, time really does seem to be whizzing by at the moment. We’ve had requests for more water, more tram stops and …
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  8. 3:AM Magazine
    Whatever it is, we're against it. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Hornets’ Nest
    by Charlotte Turnbull. None of us notice the hornets’ nest per se, but we all hear a whine in the lounge. It is distracting when we try to watch the television, but we are too …
    By Daniel Davis Wood, 2,121 words
  9. Situationniste Blog
    A Situationist Book Collector's Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Serge Berna: Écrits et Documents [2024]
    BERNA, Serge. Écrits et documents. n.p. [Paris]: Éditions du Sandre, 2024. 200 p.; ill.; 31 x 21 cm. Jean-Louis Rançon edited a delightful volume on the life and works of a little know, almost mythical …
    By elhajoui, 280 words
  10. 8Sided Blog
    a zine about sound, culture, and the punk rock dream. By Michael Donaldson. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Children…’s Blues is a Primal Yowl
    The Children…, as you have already noticed, follow their band name with three dots, periods, or stops. I detect the implication of something sneakily approaching. Whatever it is, it’s not necessarily coming for the children, …
    By M Donaldson, 3,170 words
  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. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Chaos in the medium: watercolour plotting
    Over the past few weeks, I've been experimenting with painting in watercolours using my AxiDraw plotter. Watercolour is a medium I enjoy painting in (by hand) as a personal hobby, kind of separate from my …
    By Amy Goodchild, 1,655 words
  12. Wayne Myers | bloggage
    Wayne Myers is a musician, writer and coder based in St Leonards-on-Sea. This is his blog. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Italian Abdominal Truss Package Designer Doesn’t Give A Shit
    I just had surgery to repair an incisional hernia near where my appendix used to be. By “just” I mean Thursday week ago. I am recovering well, thank you, though it did knock me for …
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  13. Cincinnati Curiosities
    Working overtime to keep alive the weird soul of the Queen City. By Greg Hand. 🇺🇸 More info

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    A Century Before Roller Disco, Cincinnati Caught Roller Skate Fever In The 1880s
    Roller skating seems to ebb and flow in popularity from generation to generation, or so it has seemed in Cincinnati. Older folks may remember the roller-disco craze of 1980 which swept through the Queen City …
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  14. Kevin Cox - All Articles
    Software developer and all around nerd. I am webscale. 🇨🇦 More info

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    Announcing git bisect-find
    This is a small utility that I wrote to compliment git bisect. git bisect is a fantastic tool. In the most basic usage you give it one “good” commit (a commit that doesn’t yet include …
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  15. Grizzlebit
    Bytes that get stuck in your teeth. By Ray Grasso. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Hidden Potential 📚
    Adam Grant stuffs Hidden Potential with loads of anecdotes and research on growth, learning, and performance. Excellence Excellence relies less on our natural talent. It’s more about proactiveness, collaboration, discipline, and determination. It’s never too …
    By Ray Grasso, 338 words