Friday Links: Roman Geometry, Japanese Castles, Cistercian Monks

Blake in the snow on Sunday. He likes the snow, even had a little roll around in it! :-) It is cold for him, though, and there’s no way we could get him to wear doggie boots! Here are a few links for you. Hope you have a good weekend. xx C

BBC have released an interview with JRR Tolkien from 1968.

How the Internet Archive scan a book.

Historic Tale Construction Kit Bayeux. {via}

The Rijksmuseum Museum has made its collection available as digital images for free online.

Woodcut collection of Japanese castles.

Geometry from the ancient Roman city of Pompeii.

The Cistercian monks invented a numbering system in the 13th century. {via}

Embracing Imperfection: On Writing in a Second Language.

Writing meaningful link text. And web accessibility standards in general.

Sweet Purls blog.

Twitter thread: white supremacy.

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2 Comments

  1. Barbara H.
    February 12, 2021 / 9:49 pm

    Thanks for the links! Always happy to learn of another museum making images available. Powerful Twitter thread. Stay well – Barbara

  2. February 15, 2021 / 11:10 pm

    Thanks so much for the mention. I had a fan moment, I must admit. As a Spanish native speaker, I especially connected with the article on writing on a second language. I had more than one “aha” and “yep” moments while reading it. Like I tell my bestie, if only you could understand Spanish, you would fully experience my humor (which is so much better than my ESL one). Take care & stay warm.

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