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  1. Tom Hume
    “We’re here to go.” 🇺🇸

    Starting the San Francisco Cognitive Science Reading Group
    I really enjoyed spending some time last year learning about cognition, and I didn’t want it to end there. Plus as we (kinda, sorta) come out of COVID, I wanted to start meeting other human …
    By Tom Hume, 130 words

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  2. Tom Stuart

    Weeknotes 194: Silver lining
    Quiet week, basically. Yes, I did go for an eye test. It revealed I have astigmatism and would benefit from wearing glasses to correct it. At least, that’s what the optician said, but it’s exactly …
    453 words

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  3. tourist wannabe - Rado's blog
    By Radoslav Sharapanov.

    Old Vienna Photos
    The post Old Vienna Photos appeared first on tourist wannabe.
    By rado, 13 words

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  4. Tracy Durnell
    “Writer and designer in the Seattle area. Freelance sustainability consultant.” 🇺🇸

    Cultural coercion and the question of choice
    Replied to “American Motherhood Felt Like That: Like a Plan Devised by Men.” by Amanda Montei (Culture Study) That phrase “she asked for it”—and really just that notion that we make choices and then because …
    By Tracy Durnell, 584 words

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  5. The travels of Mary Loosemore – Blog

    Herefordshire Week 195: Tuesday 19 – Monday 25 September 2023
    A wet and windy week alternating with Indian Summer sunshine. Lost passport (found, in the nick of time). Lost dog (owner eventually tracked down). A lovely couple of days with Clan Russell. Cheers! More weeknotes …
    By Mary, 1,031 words

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    “I'm a sound flâneur, composer, acoustic ecologist, seeker of resonance. Creator of Fleurieu & KI Sound Map.” 🇦🇺

    Communiqué 16: Try, catch
    It’s been a while since I last posted one of these installments to the blog. If you’ve been checking in here for the past year, you will have noticed that my activity here has been …
    By tristanlouthrobins, 1,394 words

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  7. The Two Terriers
    “Fishing and finally catching some really big pike and perch. Printmaking, lino cutting, letterpress printing and type. The Fenland landscape and the clouds, skies and the weather in general. ...” By John Richardson. 🇬🇧

    Machu Pichu, a second cropping
    Another bowl of the exotically named Machu Pichu chillies. When ripe they turn a lovely chocolate brown colour and then into the dehydrator they go. Once they are dried out they are ground up in …
    By The Two Terriers, 119 words

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  8. ultracrepidarian
    “ultracrepidarian: a person who criticizes, judges, or gives advice outside the area of his or her expertise.” By Paul Hubbard. 🇺🇸

    Internet manners – download if newer
    If you’re a developer, sooner or later you’ll need to poll a website or URL, looking for information. There are good and bad uses of this, (looking at you, Ticketmaster and scalpers) and I want …
    By Paul Hubbard, 371 words

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  9. undercoverlocal
    By Victoria. 🇳🇿

    I made a keyboard stand for bicycle adventures
    So since this discovery, brought on by extensive exploration into what keyboard stands I could find to fit my purpose, I decided to make my own. But do you need to have a keyboard stand …
    By vicpiano, 1,178 words

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  10. Valhalla's Things
    “I post sporadically about the things I do and the ones I make.” By Elena “of Valhalla” Grandi. 🇮🇹

    Chickpea Crackers
    Posted on September 20, 2023 And another half-written article I had in my repo. (Am I doing #FallFinishAlong with blog articles instead of / in addition to craft projects? it feels so). I was in …
    262 words

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  11. various bits – Blog
    “miscellaneous and slightly random thoughts from a 50-something bearded bald guy.” By Mike Ellis. 🇬🇧

    The promise vs the actual
    So often the promise of a thing is huge and covered in bright lights; exciting and life changing and altogether wooo. Marketing does this, social media does this, and our natural response is amygdala-like: “shit …
    By Mike Ellis, 325 words

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  12. Velcro City Tourist Board
    “science fiction / social theory / infrastructural change / utopian narratology.” By Paul Graham Raven. 🇬🇧

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    every teenage car in this town was turned to the same station
    I have been thinking a lot about worldbuilding over the last year or so, in a deliberately more expansive sense than the one common to sf discourse, though taking that sense (naturally enough) as my …
    By PGR, 1,332 words

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    “speaking my truth.” By Mark Hurty. 🇺🇸

    Oregon Shakespeare Festival 2024 Season Announcement
    Tim Bond, OSF’s new artistic director, and Evren Odcikin, associate artistic director, announced the festival’s 2024 season and it looks like pretty good. There were rumblings that the season would be shorter than usual (it …
    By Mark, 153 words

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  14. Veronique | Blog
    “Artist, diarist, writer.” 🇨🇦

    Laying in bed, writing on my phone. I can hear my sister in the kitchen eating a bite of breakfast. Today’s the day. I’m nervous as hell. So many what if’s competing for first place. …
    By hidden (veronique), 185 words

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  15. von Explaino - Journal Page 1
    “Personal site for Colin Morris/ Professor von Explaino. Contains PHP code, Steampunk.” 🇦🇺

    Azure Function App for Go learnings
    First use of Terraform in Azure - a Go function app running on a schedule
    21 words

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  16. Wait until next year
    “Putting off what could be done tomorrow, today.” By Steve. 🇬🇧

    13th December
    The snow is still here from yesterday. It is enough snow to close some schools, but not others. The kind of snow a seasoned winter-ist would scoff at – just a dusting! The kind of …
    By Steve, 181 words

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  17. Warming Up |
    By Richard Herring. 🇬🇧

    Friday 29th September 2023
    7603/20542I love a day when I release far too many podcasts. Twitch of Fun went up and I did a most excellent stone clear in the morning.RHLSTP Book Club with David Mitchell (not that one) …
    91 words

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    “storytelling, knowledge work and culture.” 🇬🇧

    2023-09-30 16:08
    Collecting rosehips and checking a phone-to-WP issue.
    By Warren Ellis, 7 words

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  19. 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 …
    2,486 words

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  20. web-goddess
    “Personal blog of Kris Howard.” 🇩🇪

    Singapore, Melbourne, and the Emergency Room
    So many trips to document! After a quiet January settling back in Sydney, in February I headed to Singapore to help deliver the opening and closing keynotes for AWS Innovate AIML edition. I headed into …
    By Kris, 1,097 words

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