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Wikipedia article of the day for March 18, 2017

The Wikipedia article of the day for March 18, 2017 is Rosetta Stone.
The Rosetta Stone is a large black stone stele bearing a translation of Ancient Egyptian text, the first recovered in modern times. 156 more words

Wikipedia article of the day for March 18, 2017

The Wikipedia article of the day for March 18, 2017 is Rosetta Stone.
The Rosetta Stone is a large black stone stele bearing a translation of Ancient Egyptian text, the first recovered in modern times. 156 more words

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Wikipedia article of the day for March 18, 2017

The Wikipedia article of the day for March 18, 2017 is Rosetta Stone.
The Rosetta Stone is a large black stone stele bearing a translation of Ancient Egyptian text, the first recovered in modern times. 156 more words

Asemic Tech at Punt Multimedia, Barcelona.

Current exhibition:

Asemic Tech

28 Feb – 14 March 2017

Punt Multimedia, A la Casa del Mig, Carrer Muntadas 1 (Dins el Parc de l’Espanya industrial) 08014 Barcelona, Espania. 217 more words

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Nearing The End (Of This Course)

So, as I mention somewhat regularly on here, I’m currently learning Spanish from Duolingo. It’s an immersive learning experience somewhat similar to what you receive from the Rosetta Stone, only the app is free and admittedly doesn’t go into quite the detail available for hundreds of dollars through Rosetta Stone. 326 more words

A Day In The Life

Never Judge A Song By The Callow Youths Who Perform It

I have finally hunted down this version of the Cream’s classic song from 1967. This version came out ten years later by an Irish band. I didn’t want to inflict a video of them in front of your eyes because they all look 16, and the singer has a dildo inside his trousers. 60 more words

Granny Smith's Juke Box

Creative Storytelling Through Twitter

“A story doesn’t have to be simple, it doesn’t have to be one-dimensional but … you need to find the clearest, most engaging way of telling it.”

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