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Jim Groom 6h
3 big reasons to attend now!
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Jim Groom 6h
We nailed Some pretty awesome art from Readful Things, including The Thing 2600 Cartridge and action figure commemorating 's brilliant performance as lunkhead Jordy Verrill (King may have had something to do w/ the story as well :) )
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Jim Groom 11h
Italy is pulling for you Keegan! Here to getting healthy again!
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Shawn Day 23h
Very nicely done project!
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Jim Groom Apr 25
My very favorite CIO! :)
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Jim Groom Apr 25
And it is a beautiful thing!!!
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Jess Reingold Apr 24
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Soviet Visuals 16 Aug 16
1980's Soviet Estonian TV ad for minced chicken meat by filmmaker Harry Egipt. A vegetarian's nightmare.
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Jim Groom Apr 24
Replying to @ClareThomsonQUB
That’s my hood!
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Jim Groom Apr 24
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Grant Potter Apr 24
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Jim Groom Apr 24
The verdant hills of Trento evidence Spring came while I was enjoying Summer in London :)
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CSAIL at MIT Apr 22
25 years ago today the first major web browser was released: Mosaic 1.0.
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Dan Cohen Apr 23
Recently launched: a great new blog from on digital history and data science
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Daniel Villar Apr 19
Here the poster on and me prepared for . Teaching & Learning with/on the Open Web: Exploring the Potential of Domains of One's Own for Web Literacy Development at Coventry University
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Jim Groom Apr 23
Replying to @patrick_mj
I did, and I’m very, very scared :)
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Jim Groom Apr 22
This is the post I wish I wrote, so good!
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Jim Groom Apr 21
Across 106th Street...
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Jim Groom Apr 21
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Jim Groom Apr 21
The Folio Illustrated Classics are gorgeous, Arthur Gordon Pym by Poe was quite impressive.
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