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Preserving Information: It's Not Magic, It's People (And it takes a lot of work!)

Do you remember what it was like doing research and writing papers in the Stone Age? When the most accessible fonts of knowledge we had occurred the forms of gigantic sets of encyclopedias, miles worth of microfilm, and card catalogs so large that they could easily fill up one of today’s server farms? 1,015 more words

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Week 26 Volunteering at The Royal College of Surgeons

So after a week away from the college I was back with the bones and getting my head around Aldlib. I wasn’t here last week as it was my birthday so my boyfriend and I celebrated by going to Thorpe Park. 301 more words

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A Witch Museum Tour

I met Naomi when she contacted me about witch month back in August. She’s got some awesome stories on her blog, you all need to go read them. 1,454 more words

Free Pop Up Exhibition: "Chelsea in the Great War" at Kensington Town Hall

Visitors to Kensington Town Hall can find out  about the role of Chelsea residents in the First World War at an exhibition being held in the Council Chamber foyer from Wednesday 15 October until Tuesday 11 November. 125 more words

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Week 25 Volunteering at the Royal College of Surgeons

I can’t believe that’s is October already but it certainly felt like it! As soon as I stepped out of my front door it started to pour down with rain and if course it stopped over I arrived at the station. 267 more words

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Paris is Not Romantic, a Diary.

Yes, I have chosen Paris. And, it was a wise decision! I came back last week, tired and marveled! It is a beautiful, very cultural and expensive city, I must say. 168 more words

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