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  1. Huck
    Celebrates independence, seeking out the artists, activists and creative pioneers who are challenging mainstream culture. 🇬🇧 More info

    King Cook’s Insider’s Guide to East London
    From pie mash to street art and underground boxing, King Cook leads us on a tour of the East London that made him. I grew up in the nineties, born and raised in East London. …
    By Alex King, 1,352 words
  2. The Vintage Traveler
    Fuzzylizzie's Fashion & Travel: Vintage Style. By Lizzie Bramlett. 🇺🇸 More info

    Asheville Museum of History at the Smith McDowell House
    Built in 1840, the Smith McDowell House is one of the treasures of Asheville. The last time I was there it was being interpreted as the home of the wealthy home owners. Now, after being …
    By thevintagetraveler, 53 words
  3. of Resonance
    A sub-continuation of This Space. This space of resonance. More info

    To this day, I can learn only from bad films. The good ones I watch in the same spirit in which I…
    To this day, I can learn only from bad films. The good ones I watch in the same spirit in which I watched when I was a kid. The great ones, even when I see …
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  4. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews | University of Notre Dame
    Entirely devoted to publishing substantive, high-quality scholarly philosophy books reviews. 🇺🇸 More info

    Heidegger in Ruins: Between Philosophy and Ideology
    Heidegger in Ruins is the culmination of a series of books, written over the course of three decades, that Richard Wolin has devoted to Martin Heidegger and his most prominent Jewish students. In the wake …
    By Faye-Wolin, 11.4, 3,794 words
  5. CST Online | Television Studies Blog
    We are a blog devoted to international TV studies. 🇺🇸 More info

    The research project ‘Reaching Young Audiences: Serial Fiction and Cross-Media Storyworlds for Children and Young Audiences’ (RYA) seeks to provide detailed knowledge about the production and reception of film, TV and online fiction for children, …
    By CSTonline, 71 words
  6. TokyoDev | Articles
    Helping international software developers start and grow their career in Japan. By Paul McMahon. 🇯🇵 More info

    Working as an Indonesian Software Engineer in Japan
    Even though I love Japan, I had never planned to work there. Like many Indonesian children, my first exposure to Japanese culture was through anime on Sunday morning TV broadcasts. At that time, I didn't …
    By Anzhari Purnomo, 2,306 words
  7. CoffeeGeek Daily Blog
    Our daily "newspaper" of content highly relevant and topical for the specialty coffee loving consumer. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Tubadipdrip: Chemex’s own “AeroPress”
    The inventor of the Chemex didn't just stop with that device: he came up with dozens of coffee brewing inventions, including the Tubadipdrip. The post The Tubadipdrip: Chemex’s own “AeroPress” appeared first on CoffeeGeek.
    By Ethan McGonigal, 39 words
  8. A Wealth of Common Sense
    Personal Finance, Investments & Markets. By Ben Carlson. 🇺🇸 More info

    Animal Spirits: The Ben Carlson Top
    Today’s Animal Spirits is brought to you by Nuveen and Kaplan Schweser: See here for more information on investing with Nuveen See here for more information on Level 1-3 CFA prep courses On today’s show, …
    By sean, 74 words
  9. Writing With Color
    We are dedicated to writing and resources centered on racial, ethnic and religious diversity. More info

    Naming International POC Characters: Do Your Research.
    This post is part of a double feature for the same ask. First check out Mod Colette’s answer to OP’s original question at: A Careful Balance: Portraying a Black Character’s Relationship with their Hair. Below …
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  10. SchwarzTech
    SchAn Apple-focused technology web site featuring product reviews, opinion articles, news, podcasts, and more for Mac, iPod, iPad, and iPhone users. By Eric Schwarz. 🇺🇸 More info

    When It’s Not Fun Anymore
    I’m going to be putting this site on a little hiatus through January. I’ve been at this for almost twenty-five years, much more than half of my life. I get excited about people making cool …
    By Eric Schwarz, 991 words
  11. Vehlinggo
    Film/TV scores and soundtracks, synthpop, synthwave, disco, and all that other stuff that makes you dance, cry, and fall in love. By Aaron Vehling et al. 🇺🇸 More info

    PREMIERE: SLACKMACHINE Amps Up Parallels on “Handle With Care” Remix
    Fresh off an international tour, synth-pop act Parallels and producer SLACKMACHINE bring you something glorious to inject some kinesis into your Thanksgiving weekend. If you don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, no worries. This SLACKMACHINE remix of Parallels’ …
    By Aaron Vehling (Vehlinggo), 436 words
    Updates about my life and what I learn about creating software. By Michael Lynch. 🇺🇸 More info

    Rough Experiments with Llamafile and LLaVA 1.5
    I read Simon Willison’s post about using Llamafile to experiment with open-source chatbots / LLMs. He made it sound so easy, so I decided to try it out. One of my longtime hobby projects is …
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  13. Hundred Rabbits
    A software studio aboard a sailboat. By Rek Bell, Devine Lu Linvega. More info

    Summary of changes for November 2023
    Hey everyone!This is the list of all the changes we've done to our projects during the month of November. Summary Of Changes Wiktopher, drew some new art(Mastodon), finalized a few translations(Mastodon), and released it the …
    By Rek Bell, 306 words
  14. My Life 100 Years Ago
    A journey back in time. By Mary Grace McGeehan. 🇿🇦 More info

    1923 Magazine Covers Celebrate Thanksgiving
    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Or, to be more precise, happy day after Thanksgiving. As I was cooking yesterday, I was mildly stressing out about whether I would have time to post this on the actual day. …
    By Mary Grace McGeehan, 652 words
  15. Serenity Now Scents and Sensibilities
    I am a lover of beauty, an introvert, an empath and INTJ. I have an inquiring mind, dozens of perfumes, and thousands of books. More info

    Counterpoint: Ginger Biscuit
    This is the last month of Portia’s and my collaboration, so the last “Counterpoint” unless I decide to resume in January. For December, we agreed to write about Jo Malone’s Ginger Biscuit, first launched in …
    By Old Herbaceous, 59 words