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And even more links!

Continuing from yesterday, for your amusement wants and procrastination needs – more links! To things!

The Atlantic has a piece about how the current incentives and structures make science worse, not better – The Inevitable Evolution of Bad Science.

Textilis has a post about Appliqué embroideries on medieval textiles.

If you’re looking for a bit more to read, Isabella von Holstein’s thesis “A light stable isotope (C, N, H, O) approach to identifying movement of medieval textiles in North West Europe” is available online here.

A Scottish lacemaking company is using modern computer technology to keep their looms running – CAD instead of punch cards.

If all that makes you want a sonic screwdriver, here’s a knitting pattern for one. Functionality not guaranteed – unfortunately!

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