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Tom Elliott
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This page is a great resource for Huntsville-oriented social media, local business, and non-profit digital media outlets. Not just Instagram accounts. From +al.com 

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A +Pinterest experiment... #huntsvillealabama  

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Here's a list of the top three most-needed items for each of the 29 local charitable organizations that receive funding from the United Way of Madison County. You can help by "adopting" a wish and bringing items to the United Way office at 701 Andrew Jackson Way in Huntsville. The United Way asks that only new items be donated.

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Tomorrow: Electronics Recycling and Mercury Collection

Saturday, November 16 from 9a.m. to 1p.m. at Joe Davis Stadium at 3125 Leeman Ferry Rd., Huntsville.  The agencies will be collecting: televisions, home computers, telephones, cell phones, fax machines, printers, copiers, rechargeable batteries, stereo equipment, electronic games, PDAs, as well as mercury thermometers, Mercury thermostats, Mercury batteries, and Mercury switches. 

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wannabee fascist: my car will bear your semi-literate, racist vandalism as a badge of honor

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A small life hack: storing and charging too many laptops and tablets: 
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I'm in an undisclosed location, putting the finishing touches on the website for the new exhibition, "Measuring and Mapping Space: Geographic Knowledge in Greco-Roman Antiquity," which opens Friday at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. You can read about the focus of the exhibition, and the objects on display, in the New York Times, but you'll have to wait for me to post a URL to experience the digital adjunct to the exhibition (or come by ISAW Friday or after and use one of the iMacs in Gallery 1).

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I have just added bibliographic information for the new EAGLE Europeana Project portal (Greek and Latin inscriptions) to the open-access EpiDig Zotero Library (digital resources for the discovery, publication, study, and teaching of epigraphy).
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