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Archive for October, 2005

Saville Row Tailor blog

english cut: bespoke savile row tailors

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DNA/race article

Why Race Isn’t as ‘Black’ and ‘White’ as We Think – New York Times

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Images Can Make Powerful Slam Dunk Digital Lessons Criteria for selecting images, generating questions/brainstorming around an image.

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Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web Daniel J. Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig do it again, this time as a “how to” book (entire contents online at the link) on creating digital history projects.

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Illuminated Pages Capturing a Fading World – New York Times Though Feb. 11, NYPL displays 100 illuminated books. Also displays some books with additional monitor “page-turner” viewers. Includes a girdle bok, “in this case a breviary in a second wood binding designed to be strung from a belt. It is bound upside down so that […]

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Tailor Made for History Williamsburg tailors, seamstresses and mantua makers, general info about 18th century tailors and grament industry.

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NY Times October 10, 2005 The Big Melt As Polar Ice Turns to Water, Dreams of Treasure Abound By CLIFFORD KRAUSS, STEVEN LEE MYERS, ANDREW C. REVKIN and SIMON ROMERO CHURCHILL, Manitoba – It seems harsh to say that bad news for polar bears is good for Pat Broe. Mr. Broe, a Denver entrepreneur, is […]

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