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Linkity has had better weeks.

Still waiting to hear whether it’s totaled or not (the rear axle is bent and the frame is not longer in its original shape). I am fine! Which is great! (I was stopped at a red light and was hit at speed by someone who apparently didn’t notice all the stopped cars, only swerving into the ditch at the last moment.) But dammit, I really like(d) this car.

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The Delirium Brief (Laundry Files #8) by Charles Stross. Holy crap. O.O This one was a rollercoaster ride. Very intense. And now I have to go see when book #9 is going to come out…


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Linkity really needs this long [US] holiday weekend

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Handmade Hellos: Fresh Greeting Card Projects from First-Rate Crafters by Eunice Moyle & Sabrina Moyle. Ok book with 27 greeting card projects in it. Included templates. I’ll definitely use some of the templates and the directions for creating a library checkout card in Word.
Mail Me Art: Going Postal with the World’s Best Illustrators and Designers by Darren Di Lieto. Ok if you just want to look at pictures of mail art.


*very disappointed in my everything* -Chaos

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Linkity is wondering what happened to the rest of summer

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The Rubber Stamp Album: The Complete Guide to Making Everything Prettier, Weirder, and Funnier by Joni K Miller & Lowry Thompson. This a really good look at the history of rubber stamp making and using up through 1978, when the book was published. And I enjoyed the glimpse of life in 1978 that it provided – it was a reminder of a time when phone calls were expensive, personal computers were unknown, and the internet was ARPANet. You can pick it up for <$10 used – I recommend going through Better World Books (free worldwide shipping and proceeds benefit literacy).


*staring at random empty spot on wall* -Mayhem

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Linkity didn’t think it was possible to be more appalled, and yet…

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Artful Adventures in Mixed Media: Techniques Inspired by Observation and Experience by Nathalie Kalbach. Very good look at different places to find inspiration and how to turn that inspiration into mixed media pieces or art journal entries. There were definitely a couple of new-to-me techniques I’m going to have to try.


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