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23 May 19
Artfulreader

Per request, here are som of my favourite pens “in action” for comparison. They are not in the same order as I listed them the other day but hopefully enough information in the picture tell which is which. The top is my erasable ink pen, at the bottom my old Lamy fountain pen. I’m gonna […]

23 May 19
D.Katie Powell Art

Seven Years ago today. I did a tip-in from one of his music books and am thinking that I’d like to do more of these but the paper is so brittle and everything feathers on it… Still, it is interesting and I love his pencil marks on it as well. Perhaps with an acrylic watercolor […]

23 May 19
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston issued an apology to a group of middle school students who say staff and patrons directed racist remarks at them during a field trip last week. Marvelynne Lamy, a seventh-grade teacher at Dorchester’s Helen Y. Davis Leadership Academy, told 7News that her 26 students were targeted by racism, […]

23 May 19
Press Release 24X7

Global Ballpoint Pens Market A ballpoint pen is a writing instrument which features a tip that is automatically refreshed with ink. It consists of a precisely formed metal ball seated in a socket below a reservoir of ink. As the pen is moved along a writing surface, ink is delivered. According to this study, over […]

23 May 19
Sarah Newton

I understand the frustration people feel that Parliament has not yet delivered Brexit. I understand that people want to leave the EU for a range of reasons, not all to do with the economy. However, I am focussed on the economy and the wellbeing of my constituents. Without a strong economy local people won’t prosper and we […]

23 May 19
Doodlewash®

Today’s prompt is “Olive Oil,” which could make one think of Olive Oly of Popeye fame, but my mind went right to the edible version. That wonderful oil that can make so many foods taste way more amazing. Though I don’t cook, as Philippe does all of that in our house, I certainly appreciate the […]

22 May 19
The Well-Appointed Desk

This week’s links seems to be all about the numbers: three Lamy pastels, eight Nakayas, and 700 inks — just to name a few. There’s six brush pens, seven grammar tools, two 3 Oysters inks, and a tweet… “I don’t know who needs to hear this, but you already have six blank notebooks at home.” […]

22 May 19
Ocean acidification

Coccolithophores are globally distributed microscopic marine algae that exert a major influence on the global carbon cycle through calcification and primary productivity. There is recent interest in coccolithophore polar communities, however field observations regarding their biogeographic distribution are scarce for the Southern Ocean. This study documents the latitudinal variability in the coccolithophore assemblage composition and […]

22 May 19
Doodlewash®

Today, for our prompt of “Black And White,” I opted for this tiny little panda. Well, at least it’s tiny for a panda, but still much larger than my dog Phineas. Pandas are the cutest little creatures, but rather tough to sketch. My “blacks,” as ever, are made up of several colors that qualify as […]

17 May 19
Watford Harriers Latest News

Watford Open Graded Meeting 15th May 2019 Warm then cooling Track Events   400m/800m Field Events   –  Triple Jump First Race in each event is the ‘slowest’ Pos No Name Affiliation Age G Perf 400m Race 1 1 11 Harry Gilzean UNATT U15M 58.17 2 32 Marcus Stansbury D&T U17M 01:00.6 3 31 Peter Stansbury D&T M50 […]

21 May 19
Archy news nety

A recent study has discovered a mechanism that operates at cellular structure levels that explains why the risks of osteoporosis increase with modifiable factors such as smoking and alcohol. The mechanism causes cell types in a body's immune system to turn into osteoclasts. These can dissolve the bone. Macrophage mitochondria, which are cell solvents, trigger […]