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For the last few years, I've been enthralled by the Sunsphere, a big golden spherical tower in Knoxville, Tennessee that is one of the last standing pieces of the 1982 World's Fair. I'm also super fascinated by the fact that Knoxville had a World's Fair and all the things that had to happen to make that a thing. I'm funneling all my weird Sunsphere energy into an occasional newsletter and I'm sending out the first one on New Years Day. Please join me, if you'd like.

tinyletter.com/adoxographic

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Virginie Sambucco praised this plan of proceeding highly, not only because she had made great preparations for the wedding

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waiting for my co-workers* to get on this conference call**

*birds
**the bird feeder right outside my window

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473 Donaldson, R., M.'s painting for, ~1~, 338 Dot- and-dash code, conception for numbers with hint of alphabet

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yesterday Logic Magazine launched Logic School, an online, experimental school for tech workers looking to remake the industry from below, developed and coordinated by @xrw!

applications are open now, classes begin in March and last for twelve weeks. there is no cost! please share with folks who might be interested.

more info @ school.logicmag.io/

and here's the twitter link for sharing/more info! twitter.com/logic_magazine/sta

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Griselda's old pony--the most ill-conditioned and stubborn of ponies, who never altered his pace for any degree

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