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7 More Video Games that Book Lovers Will Enjoy

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Lately I have been writing lots about books and reading. This week I decided to mix things up and write about the other great love of my life, gaming. Then I found this article by Blake J. Harris on “10 Video Read more ›

Lecture: Early medical printing and the Fasciculus medicinae of Johannes de Ketham

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On Monday the 19th May 2014 I attended a lecture in the Royal College of Physicians in London. It was in honour of their library’s recent acquisition of  a 1500 edition of the Fasciculus medicinae. Along with discussing the  Fasciculus medicinae itself, Peter Murray Jones, Read more ›

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Crowd Sourcing Art Descriptions: Your Paintings Tagger

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At the moment I am a full-time student in City University studying Information Science. As part of that course we learn all about information resources and how they are organised. We are taught the importance of categorising and organising information Read more ›

Glorious Winter Food

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The first snows of winter have arrived to our little corner of the world heralding the true arrival of winter. Now is the time to crack out the recipe books and blogs  to find food that will warm our bones Read more ›

Signs, Symbols and Secrets: an Illustrated Guide to Alchemy in the Science Museum, London.

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The Science Museum in London is one of my favourite places to visit. It full of artefacts and information about people and processes that have made a huge difference to our world. On my last excursion I was planning to skip Read more ›

Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre

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If you ever find yourself in the Marlborough region of New Zealand and you feel like you can’t take any more wine tasting tours, then I just may have an alternative activity for you. Just 5km outside Bleinheim you will Read more ›

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