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WALLSMASH: Breakout-style web game [Shared]

WALLSMASH | The best game you’ve ever seen. Play WALLSMASH | The best game you’ve ever seen. Related Posts: Easy potato gnocchi recipe via Los Angeles Times Product Highlight: 1888 Seed Catalog Shower Curtain and More by Douglas E. Welch … Continue reading

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11 Gear-Free Photography Hacks via Lifehack [Shared]

I am constantly on the lookout forways to improve my photography, especially those hacks that are free or cheap. These are all about craft, not expensive lenses or cameras. – Douglas 11 Gear-Free Photography Hacks – Lifehack It doesn’t matter … Continue reading

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18 Free Online Museum Tours To Enjoy Without Leaving Your Couch via The Collector [Shared]

18 Free Online Museum Tours To Enjoy Without Leaving Your Couch As the history of museums is entering its digital age, more and more art institutions are choosing to expand their online services. Most large museums today offer online access … Continue reading

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A Directory Of 600+ Online Communities You Can Join – For The Interested [Shared]

I’ve been working hard to reengage with online communities in the last few months and part of that arose from this list of online communities but I came across online. Human interaction has been so important during these times and … Continue reading

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The Sifter is a beautiful database of 5,000 historical cookbooks via Input [Food]

The Sifter is a beautiful database of 5,000 historical cookbooks via Input [Food] For that past 50 years, Barbara Ketcham Wheaton has been meticulously compiling the information of historical cookbooks in Europe, North America, and beyond, including ingredients, illustrations, and … Continue reading

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Home School: The Spherical Earth Society via Google Maps Mania

Currently the British Library is busy digitizing its collection of around 150 globes and making them available as 3D interactive visualizations. Not wanting to be outdone the National Maritime Museum has also released a virtual 3D visualization of one of its historical globes. … Continue reading

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