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How Blogging Can Help You Write Your Novel

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Wool Sweater ca, 1895 American (probably) This very early sportswear sweater combines the aesthetics of fashionable dress through its large gigot sleeves and overall silhouette with the informal sportiness inherent in any knit fabric. Casual wear, such as this, is rare in museum collections because of the nature of its use and the intrinsic value people placed on more formal attire.

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from illusion.scene360.com

Are We Addicted to the Internet?

Artist Maurice Mbikayi explores the effects of technology on identity and history, as well as how it has impacted Africa both positively and negatively. His art combines recycled materials such as old keyboard parts to telephone cords

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Four Titans [4/4] → Thea Theia was the Titan goddess of sight (thea) and shining light of the clear blue sky (aithre). She was also, by extension, the goddess who endowed gold, silver and gems with their brilliance and intrinsic value. Theia married Hyperion, the Titan-god of light, and bore him three bright children—Helios the Sun, Eos the Dawn, and Selene the Moon.

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Jakob Bengel - 1930s. Liberation of everyday, ‘artifical’ materials, those having no intrinsic value, for jewelry design was first possible in Europe in the early years of the 20th century. First-rate artists and designers experimented with everything that lent itself to jewelry - glass, horn, enamel, textiles, brass and other alloys, e.g., tombac; with hard rubber, celluloid, bakelite, paper, paint and wood. ‘Material snobbism’ was rejected by young designers; suited to Art Deco and Bauhaus

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by toytent ray gun space toy. When we played with guns, we were not callously shooting down people in our own reality. We were heros, shooting bad guys in the Old West, or futuristic evil alien monsters from space!

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from Etsy

Renaissance Wedding Band, Renaissance Ring, Band with White Topaz

Renaissance Wedding Band No. 3, Renaissance Ring, Band with White Topaz, Sterling Silver Ring, Wide Band

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from qfeast.com

What Ancient Greek Goddess were you in the past?

THEIA was the Titan goddess of sight (thea) and shining light of the clear blue sky (aithre). She was also, by extension, the goddess who endowed gold, silver and gems with their brilliance and intrinsic value. Theia married Hyperion, the Titan-god of light, and bore him three bright children--Helios the Sun, Eos the Dawn, and Selene the Moon.

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from overstock.com

Desert and Virtue: A Theory of Intrinsic Value (Hardcover)