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If you’re interested in horses, horse breeding, or ancient DNA studies, here’s a paper posted on about ancient horse DNA – discovering two now-extinct horse lineages, as well as proof that mules were already bred and used more than … Continue reading

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Here’s your gratuitous service announcement, since it is spring – no, really, for no other reason than that I’ve recently stumbled across these issues again, and found it smart to check – and change – some of my passwords… which, … Continue reading

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It’s time for a stack of links again! There’s a “rare sheep breed wool challenge” going on in the US, started by The Livestock Conservancy. It runs under the delightful name of “Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em”, and you can … Continue reading

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I’ve run out of iron gall ink now, so it’s time to get some more… or, to put it better, to make some more. Last time, I had a colleague make my batch, but as she’s not working anymore, I … Continue reading

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Just in case you are looking for something to read on these darkish winter afternoons and evenings, there’s an On-Line Digital Archive of Documents on Weaving and Related Topics – which includes articles, books and illustration not only about weaving, … Continue reading

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It’s been way too long since I’ve had a proper session of tablet weaving, trying some more to figure out a good method of weaving twilled pattens without a written pattern… but somehow, there’s always too little time. (Saying “yes” … Continue reading

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Amazing how long my bookmarks list is… the unsorted end of it is getting shorter, though. A large collection of images, although not very searchable and not very straightforward to use (in my opinion, at least) is the Digital Imaging … Continue reading

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