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  1. Brooklyn Diasporism – Zach Barocas, Diasporist Diarist

    2023-09-27 14:24
    By z.

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  2. Buster's Notes - Notes
    “Notes.” By Buster Benson. 🇺🇸

  3. but she's a girl...

    Spinning and balance
    It had to happen eventually, I suppose. Since the start of the Covid period, I had somehow escaped catching Covid. I may have been asymptomatic, but I was testing regularly and had nothing but negative …
    By bsag, 1,493 words

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    “A blog from Cabel Sasser.” 🇺🇸

    A Quick Thread
    This is a very short post about a very short journey. It starts with a new (to me, as of today) theme park fact: The code name for Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge area was …
    By cabel, 603 words

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  5. Calum Ryan - Articles
    “Making websites, focusing on accessibility, inclusivity and performance.” 🇬🇧

    Weeknote 57
    Leaseholder joys A dreaded letter from my apartment's management company fell through the letterbox this week demanding yet more money. It seems the previous owner of my apartment had some outstanding fees which I'm now …
    By Calum Ryan, 313 words

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  6. the cassandra pages
    “An artist, graphic designer, writer and publisher.” By Elizabeth Adams. 🇨🇦

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    Learning from John Singer Sargent
    I've done very little copying in my art career, but whenever I've taken the time to try, it's been instructive and helpful. Lately I've wanted to make some new progress with watercolor, which for me …
    By Beth, 1,000 words

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    By Caterina Fake. 🇺🇸

    Dave Eggers on the Ingenious podcast
    Listen to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen. “We feel that to reveal embarrassing or private things, like, say masturbatory habits (for me, about once a day, usually in the shower), …
    By Caterina Fake, 1,566 words

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  8. Charles Harries - All Posts

    Wrekenton XC
    A Northern England cross-country running event, it is said, is not official unless held 1) under an ominous sky and 2) either in the 2a) wake of, or 2b) midst of, a rainshower. So it …
    1,246 words

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  9. Chris Corrigan – Blog
    “Leadership in the process arts.” 🇨🇦

    Obliquity as a strategy for learning
    From a lovely video post from Johnnie Moore: “ Sometimes giving instructions, offering advice and explanations or information may not be the best way to help people to progress and grow. And that sometimes what’s …
    By Chris Corrigan, 407 words

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  10. Chris Glass
    “This is a place where I post photos, some links of interest, a few favorite things and try to connect the dots.” 🇺🇸

    Little bits of projects
    Drove up to Oxford to shake up the day and work alongside Tom. Even with all the gnats swirling around piles of trash we had an excellent and productive afternoon. It’s nice to work in …
    By Chris Glass, 105 words

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  11. Chris Heathcote may be writing again.

    that was a fortnight, 25 May 2020
    One highlight of the fortnight was going on a tour of friend’s Animal Crossing islands. With a WhatsApp call for chat. It makes you realise how big the game is – not in what you …
    By antimega, 582 words

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  12. Chris Jones |
    “My name is Chris, I live in Halifax NS. This is my personal website.” 🇨🇦

    New book: The Unseen Saul Leiter
    Title: The Unseen Saul Leiter Author: Saul Leiter Publisher: D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers Pages: 159 Now firmly established as one of the world’s greatest photographers, Saul Leiter (1923–2013) was relatively little known until the 2006 publication …
    182 words

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  13. Christopher Fowler
    “Official website of Christopher Fowler.” 🇬🇧

    How I helped publish Chris’s memoir, Word Monkey
    Read this on The Guardian website I was asked by The Guardian to write about my reaction to reading Chris’s book and what happened after his death…. My author spouse never let me read anything …
    64 words

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  14. Chris Wiegman - Blog
    “The full blog of Chris Wiegman including all tutorials, posts and other articles by Chris Wiegman since 2008.” 🇺🇸

    Taking Apart My Space
    The one place in this house where I’ve always felt comfortable is my office. I’ve spent the last 9 years building it up to almost exactly where I want it (I still can’t stand the …
    By Chris Wiegman, 116 words

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  15. Clagnut by Richard Rutter
    “The online home and blog of Richard Rutter, cofounder of Clearleft and Fontdeck. Here he writes about web typography, human-centred design, Brighton, music and occasionally cycling.” 🇬🇧

    Preventing too-short final lines of text blocks
    At the end my previous post, I said I’d settle for direct control over widows and orphans in text blocks. It turns out not to be quite as a simple as one might think, with …
    58 words

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  16. Colin Devroe
    “Reverse Engineer, Photographer, Darkroom printer, Blogger.” 🇺🇸

    2023-09-21 19:18
    I haven't shared new photographic work in a while. I've been struggling to find the time - even though it is easily my favorite hobby. To help unclog my creative pipes, I'm slowly releasing unfinished …
    By Colin Devroe, 82 words

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  17. Composite
    “Internet — information — criticism — poetry — connection — feminism — open source — open spaces — translation — digression — recursion — boats — wheelchairs — disability rights — ranting — the future.” By Liz Henry. 🇺🇸

    My high school banned books article, banned
    In high school in Texas the 80s (Cypress Creek) I wrote two articles for the school newspaper that were banned. I was just thinking about this as I looked at the totally bonkers list of …
    By Liz, 857 words

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  18. Conscience Round
    “Personal blog + stories.” By Emma. 🇺🇸

    The Vow
    As I exit my twenties, I am becoming more aware of my body and its constituent elements. Its constraints, its habits. Its fires, its fluids. Its voids, its veins that newly throb, ocean-blue. When I …
    630 words

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  19. coxy
    “designer and internet addict.” 🇳🇴

    Adding pronouns to your Microsoft 365 profile
    TDLR: I worked on a project at Microsoft to bring pronouns to user profiles in Microsoft Office / Microsoft 365. If you are an admin, you can find out how to enable pronouns in your …
    By coxy, 422 words

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  20. Craig Maloney
    “More than you cared to know.” 🇺🇸

    Designing a Well Lived Life: Checking In (2023 September)
    Checking in for September for my "Designing a Well-Lived Life" blogging. This is about making small changes during the year to make larger changes. Release a storyworld into the wild: This remains on my lists …
    By craig, 475 words

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