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September Photo Challenge || Day 2

Today’s prompt is, “Back-to-School.” I took a picture of my shelf full of encyclopedias, because they seem very related to school and learning.


Collecting Spores, Molds, and Fungus: Siegel and Schwarz's 'Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast'

This is a weird fact about me: when I go hiking (which isn’t something I necessarily love when it’s over 90 degrees Fahrenheit outside), I’m usually watching the ground for mushrooms. 692 more words


The shadow world of the Encyclopédie’s planches

As part of the methodology option ‘History of the Book’ for the Masters in Enlightenment course, students were asked to present some part of their research on a blog. 1,067 more words


Old Stuff You Just Don't Need Anymore Thanks To Tech

There comes a time in all of our lives when we realize that we’ve just got too much stuff. It’s everywhere; a catalog of all the things we’ve spent our money in over the years. 1,536 more words

Tech Talk

Wives know everything, LOL

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A slightly more serious blog at lorieb.com  includes articles on the things I am most passionate about, such as health & wellness, current events, my wheat allergy, relationships, parenting and more.   45 more words


In Development: Encyclopedia of Colorado Topics

In development: an online encyclopedia for topics related to Colorado. Looks student-oriented. “By the time school’s back in session, Colorado students – and anyone seeking more information about Centennial State topics – can turn to The Colorado Encyclopedia … The encyclopedia is expected to contain close to 500 articles by September, with many entries focused on state history and geared toward readers in fourth through 10th grades. 6 more words

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