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Library of Ashurbanipal

30,000 cuneiform tablets dug up (and improperly documented) by 19th-century British archeologists at the Nineveh palace of Ashurbanipal, king of Assyria when it was the world’s biggest empire, in the 7th century B.C.E. 28 more words

blogging 201-6: this is a throwback

Today’s assignment: integrate features to draw traffic to your older content, including widgets, related posts, and a “Best of” page.

today’s assignment (if you read my… 347 more words


No-Kill Walk for the Animals

The Minnesota Wisconsin Collie Rescue will be participating in the 4th annual No-Kill Walk for the Animals.  The event will be held on Saturday, May 3, from 9 a.m. 180 more words


Part 1: Tension

It was one of those days, that as he rode the train home, he wanted to methodically bang the back of his head against the seat. 645 more words


The Vatican Decides to Digitize!

Technology and religion, unless in a dystopian future (or Scientology?), always seem to be quite removed from one another. Besides some awesome papal-tweets, I have never experiences any sort of overlap between the two. 211 more words

Monday Meditation

For the week of April 14, 2014

Betwixt two theeves I spend my utmost breath,
As he that for some robberie suffereth.
Alas!  What have I stollen from you? 23 more words