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All That's Lost in the Electrocopy

I enjoy writing with pencils the best. If it weren’t for smudging and fading over time, and the constant need to resharpen (with an ever-shrinking supply of sharpeners at the ready) I think I would write with them all the time. 436 more words

Curtis W. Davis collection on Leopold Stokowski

The University of Pennsylvania already houses a wealth of material related to the orchestral conductor Leopold Stokowski. His papers are preserved in Ms. Coll. 381… 1,701 more words


Keeping track of the chapters you've written

Hello, I’m back! The mistress of old school. The beauty of this piece of paper is that all the chapters (or most of them) are visible at a glance. 291 more words

A Writing Life

In Pictures: Islamic Art Museum in Kuala Lumpur

The Islamic Arts Museum was opened in 1998 and since then, I have been meaning to visit the museum as I have read a number of positive reviews about the display and quality of the exhibits. 308 more words


Library Services 21 July – 3 August 2014

Some Library Services will be reduced or curtailed from Monday 21 July to Monday 3 August:
1. The Early Printed Books and Manuscripts & Archives Research Library reading rooms will be closed to readers. 211 more words


Newton's Working Practices (2) - I did it my way...

In our last episode we looked at Isaac Newton’s use of catchwords. Today our focus will be on his citation practices, with special regards to his command of ancient languages. 736 more words

Isaac Newton

Pandemonium Press Proudly Introduces: "ONE OF THE FORTUNATE BILLIONS" (Part 1 of 'Growing Up Twisted')

NOW AVAILABLE  in autographed editions, for your delight and delectation!

Kevin’s storytelling debut has been performed many many times on stages in America and in both Northern Ireland and the Republic in the south.   332 more words

Kevin Keelan