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Highly recommended.

Had some time to experiment in . Today, I tried to create different materials, keybindings and color blending. I don't know how to render, yet. Still a long way to go

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A quotation from Jackson, Holbrook:

Most agree that books worth reading are worth reading more than once.

Full quote, sourcing, notes:

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The Lepidoptera of Ceylon by Moore, Frederic, 1830-1907


Some other open access books on the conservation of railway heritage are available on the same website.


My review of by Marie Tierney is live on !

A gripping, engaging story with strong characters and an intriguing, different edge to it. Original and beautifully dark.

Check out my review...

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Coucou mes Bookinautes adors ! Commenons la semaine en compagnie d'un auteur exceptionnel : A l'occasion d'un grand entretien, Ghislain Gilberti revient sur sa "Trilogie des Ombres", mais pas seulement... Belle rencontre et bonne lecture !

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La tua assenza tenebra - Jon Kalman Stefnsson

An upcoming new How the West Became Antisemitic by Prof. Ivan G. Marcus PrincetonUPress Aug 06, 2024 (UK) and June 11, 2024 (US)

's south coast - - has become so popular as a tourist, digital nomad and winter escapee destination that its most popular beaches are practically packed with sunbathers during the summer, and popular places near the coast are filled with campervans during the winter.

A recommendation, if you are into or resonate with those ideas.

"Seeing . Deliberate encounters with the visible" by Paul Krafel.

A change of perspective to create . Thinking in and how flows create and recreate structures which on themselves facilitate flow.

There is a video about it, edited by the same author in youtube called The .

Pretty impressed with the fediverse helping me to find a book I've been trying to remember for years.

And in less than 24 hours!

Well done, folks!

Ok, Battle for the Bird is another I am not buying. I get it when media execs think people like Trump and Musk are a gift, but come on, as a writer, can't you at least pretend to not enjoy the ambulance chasing, and acknowledge the evil these men do

Rainbow sweater has the first sleeve bound off, and I finished my free review copy of The Everlasting Road.

It took me a bit to get into this book but once I did it was so good: I particularly enjoyed the blending of game metaphors and (slightly fictionalized) Anishinaabe mythic figures, while weaving through stories about grief and griefers and AI and love and loss. Although this is a series it felt standalone enough, but I do want to go get the first book out now!

SMART, SIZZLING VAMPIRE novel is a sexy, erudite, witty retelling of the Dracula story with a young Black woman at its center. Contemporary and queer and funny as hell. A MINUS

One of the exquisite mosaic tiles at the Chicago Cultural Center shows the by Victor Hugo A library implies an act of faith which generations, still in darkness hid, sign in their night in witness of the dawn

A rather quick but very interesting read about the . I learned quite a bit about the Scottish cattle markets and how things were and are done as well.

Flora Londinensis, or Plates and descriptions of such plants as grow wild in the environs of London by Curtis, William, 1746-1799-

What would YOU think about an who rates their own with FIVE STARS on GoodReads

I for one ed, ed, and added them to my avoid list.
And nope, not following back here.

A Firehose of Falsehood, the story of disinformation, arrived in the mail yesterday. I read it today. Educational. I was skeptical of the format, but it was well done and didn't take away from the seriousness of the topic.
I recommend by




Weekend reading - only one possible choice for a bookmark...

"The Harvest and the Reapers" (2009)
Kenneth Clarke and Mary Clarke

Can you guess the song

The Lepidoptera of Ceylon by Moore, Frederic, 1830-1907

See also "Mastery" by George Leonard

One of the exquisite mosaic tiles at the Chicago Cultural Center shows the by Victor Hugo A library implies an act of faith which generations, still in darkness hid, sign in their night in witness of the dawn

My very first attempt to write a technical book, and that too on my favorite framework Vue. Read "Upcoming Book: Vue 3 Step by Step: with Composition API & TypeScript"

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07/52 Secret Knowledge
There are supposed to be people for whom the basics of statistical calculations will always remain a secret (cough).

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Coucou mes Bookinautes chris ! Parce que la lecture est une affaire de passionns, la Gazette a rvis ses rubriques pour accorder plus de place ces derniers ! Et je ne suis pas peu fire d'avoir soumis Raphal et Virginie alias les marqueursdelivres la "question littraire" ! Belle rencontre et bonne lecture !

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It's "The Ghost of Dibble Hollow" - by May Nickerson Wallace


Ive been trying to track down a book I read and loved as a kid and have searched for, but can't remember the author or title, so thought maybe the fediverse could help me track it down.

I read it in the late 80's / early 90's, but I remember the cover art being a bit "old fashioned" so it technically could have been published the 70's or earlier.

The story revolved around a kid/kids moving to (or just spending the summer at) an old American farmhouse that was haunted by the ghost of a young boy in old style clothes. The main plot is the kid/s solving the mystery of the ghost boys death.

I think. like I say, I read it 30+ years ago, but remember loving it and would now love to read it to my kids.

Any ideas out there Anyone remember a book like that

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