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Kindle Nexus Update

This post originally appeared on the Kindle Project’s Nexus blog. The Kindle Project have been amazing and generous supporters of […]

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Center for PostNatural History Entrance Hall

Extremely zoomable Gigapan photo of the entrance hall to the Center for PostNatural History in Pittsburgh, USA. Some of our posters are […]

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Culinary Hacking Workshop NL

On December 2013, the Center for Genomic Gastronomy held a 2-day workshop called “Cooking with Constraints: Leaks, Databases & Policies” […]

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As graffiti at Pompeii neatly summed it up, “He with whom I do not dine is a barbarian to me.”
- Friday Apr 18 - 3:56pm

"To ensure a supply of fish (in Rome), connoisseurs constructed fresh- and salt-water ponds, not entirely successfully.” #AquaUncultured
- Friday Apr 18 - 1:41pm

In Petronius’s Satyricon, an upstart millionaire, includes foods such as a pig spilling sausages from its belly—it was a biting satire.
- Friday Apr 18 - 12:39pm