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Websites can be a funny thing. Especially if the site is not quite what you would expect it to be… or to offer. One example of this is the website of current Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, which can be … Continue reading

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While we’re at the current in-topic of tablet weaving, here are some links: Lise Ræder Knudsen has updated her publication list, so you can now read her work about tablet weaving from Verruchio in Italy and “Ancient Running Animals” from … Continue reading

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If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you will know about my love for EscapePod, the weekly free science fiction podcast. I also like its sister podcasts PodCastle and Cast of Wonders. In fact, I like them so … Continue reading

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It’s that time of the month again… where I have way, way too many tabs open in the browser. Which means, yes, high time for a link dump! Margarita Gleba and Susanna Harris have been working on the topic of … Continue reading

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I’m back from my breather, and it was a wonderful time – there was holiday knitting, and there was bouldering, and some quality shopping for things I cannot get here, and there were walks in sunny weather and a bit … Continue reading

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One of the last old forests in Europe, the Hambacher Forst, is currently in danger of being razed. The Hambacher Forst is about 12 000 years old. Yes, twelve fucking thousand. Its earliest mention in written sources is in a … Continue reading

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Here is a little stack of links for you: Beer might have been the reason for the cultivation of grains, not bread. Well, that does fit in very well with my view of humankind – I can’t say I’ surprised! … Continue reading

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