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  • kdswhitney shared from How to Make a Living from Crafts by Margo Price
    Welcome For over twelve years, I have been running Time4me Workshops from my home in Hampshire on the South coast of England. During that time I have often been asked for advice on how to start
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  • kdswhitney shared from The Future of Learning Institutions in a Digital Age (The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports on Digital Media and Learning) by Cathy N. Davidson, David Theo Goldberg, Zoë Marie Jones
    Likewise, we are grateful to all those at the Institute for the Future of the Book for hosting our collaborative project, notably Bob Stein and
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  • kdswhitney shared from a Personal Document
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  • kdswhitney shared from Against The Odds by Senna Fisher
    so she walked faster, bumping into shrubs and roots. She got to the clearing and was consoled by the
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    school meant investing in a Trapper Keeper. This shiny plastic binder (with actual Velcro!) kept all of my schoolwork color-coded and organized—for about two days. And yet I always had this sense that schoolwork could be contained, if not
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  • kdswhitney shared from 究極のしあわせ 座敷わらしとの約束 (Japanese Edition) by 蒼井小鳥
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    paraphernalia of the global left litters the bookstore called Utopia on the sixth floor of an office tower here: tomes titled “Mao Zedong’s Road to Success” and “The Marxian Legacy,” and canvas satchels with Che
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  • kdswhitney shared from a Personal Document
    approaches to the Windsor-based firm and through its PR agents, HiFX declined to comment. In an e-mail, Mark Bodega, HiFX’s marketing director, said: “The company does not intend to comment publicly on this matter.” Freeman and Campbell Smith pleaded guilty to privacy offences at Kingston Crown Court in February 2012. The court heard that the investigators frequently hired “a self confessed blagger”, Daniel Summers, who specialised in pretending to be other people to extract personal details from banks, the Criminal Records Bureau, Revenue and Customs and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing...
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