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Looking Back at Past Karl

Would Samuel Pepys have been a blogger? As modern blogging evolved from the online diary, have you ever thought about posting old diary entries online? Karl Green ponders this very point and looks at what his entries mean to him,

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I love technology, art and learning!

If you’re interested in contributing to the Weekly Blog Club you can find out more on the About page. Summary of Week 7 posts Epicurus and a simply PhD lesson by Derek Barron. And we have another year by Sasha Taylor. Dear May by Richard Overy.

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Weekly blog club

A work of absolute genius by Louise Atkinson that’s in praise of…. Weekly Blog Club! Click on the link below to see why Louise thinks we’re pretty nifty and to learn more about how you can help out. Cheers Louise!

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