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Monthly Archives: February 2011
For the convenience of readers and prospective graduate students, here are the pages from the Royal Academy’s bulletin dealing with the Demonology Department. The Royal Academy Bulletin – Demonology Share This:TweetFacebookStumbleUponDiggDelicious
If someone had offered me a new novel by Wilkie Collins, would I have bought it? Well, no. But just tell me it’s about Dickens, and I’m ready to read it – which is the problem for Collins, the narrator … Continue reading
Do you know whether the comments on your latest paper were really written by your prof? Did s/he even glance at the thing? If it was a zoomancy paper, probably not, according to a tech in the Natural Magic Museum. … Continue reading
The first Royal Academy of Osyth novel is now available for purchase from Double Dragon Publishers! Share This:TweetFacebookStumbleUponDiggDelicious
I was surfing around Scientopia and found a discussion of metadata schemas on The Book of Trogool. I guess if I thought about it, I would have realized that different disciplines use different organizational structures for their data, and this … Continue reading