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Meet Debs, Your Local Antique Dealer at the Raleigh Flea Market & Antiques

I recently attended the weekly Raleigh Flea Market and Antiques Sale at the Fairgrounds on Blue Ridge Road.  I had been there previously, but today I was on the look out for art supplies for my artistic endeavors: mosaics.  360 more words

Refreshing A Family Heirloom

Where is the rule written that says that if you inherit a family heirloom, it needs to stay in exactly the same condition that it always has? 858 more words

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Journal-Sentinel: Pfister artist Margaret Muza processes love of history through tintype photographs

This is marvelous! From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Pfister artist Margaret Muza processes love of history through tintype photographs. “Muza, the artist in residence at Milwaukee’s Pfister Hotel, practices a style of photography popular during the American Civil War, capturing images onto sheets of metal. 59 more words

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Internet Archive: Early Macintosh Emulation Comes to the Archive

Internet Archive: Early Macintosh Emulation Comes to the Archive. “After offering in-browser emulation of console games, arcade machines, and a range of other home computers, the Internet Archive can now emulate the early models of the Apple Macintosh, the black-and-white, mouse driven computer that radically shifted the future of home computing in 1984.”

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ASCII by Jason Scott: Please Help Us Track Down Apple II Collections

Jason Scott needs your help tracking down Apple II software for archiving. “The Summary: Conditions are very, very good right now for easy, top-quality, final ingestion of original commercial Apple II Software and if you know people sitting on a pile of it or even if you have a small handful of boxes, please get in touch with me to arrange the disks to be imaged. ”

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My Solstice Gift to You

Astoria Oregon, even in the dead of winter, is full of so many gifts. That we can be on the edge of the continent – a Columbia River estuarine blend of salty ocean and mountain snow. 121 more words

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Guy Creates Slack Client for Commodore 64 (As You Do)

About 1993 I had a PC and a monitor, and the monitor died. I couldn’t afford to replace it, so as I remember I ended up running the video signal out of the PC and into a VCR, and out the VCR and into an ancient black and white TV. 113 more words

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