Linkity languishes


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Print Workshop: Hand-Printing Techniques and Truly Original ProjectsPrint Workshop: Hand-Printing Techniques and Truly Original Projects by Christine Schmidt. Interesting and wide-ranging projects, from using linoleum blocks to screenprinting to cyanotypes. Unfortunately, the book is a decade old, and some of the specialized materials don’t seem to be available anymore.

“Why doesn’t Mom ever go anywhere anymore?! It’s kind of creepy.” -Mayhem

5 thoughts on “Linkity languishes”

  1. I’ve been worrying about the towns and islands which depend on cruise ship money, too. (I’ve been to some of the places mentioned in that article, and everything β€” EVERYTHING β€”Β in the visible parts of town were geared toward tourists. I’m sure there are spots for the locals too that we didn’t see, but still. It’s worrying. Vastly different from someplace like San Francisco, which has spots for the tourists mixed in alongside spots for the locals.)

    Damnit. I was hoping that at least this virus would kill the open office, maybe even let me WFH permanently. (It won’t, at least unless I find a new job.) Sigh.

    I’m glad you enjoyed the piano cat link! πŸ˜€
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  2. Well when speaking of staff that aren’t safe, no one are thanking daycare workers here and we are allowed zero protection and have kids coughing sneezing at us everyday

  3. I forwarded the library links to the chair of our library board and to Carole.knits, a MA library director. Re: the Spanish flu epidemic. You might like reading The Great Influenza by John Barry. I read it about 15 years ago and still remember it as a very informative book that was a bit of a page-turner.

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