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Seeing Great Viennese Design Without Going Vienna Paperblog Pick in Culture

Seeing Great Viennese Design Without Going to Vienna

We all have our weak spots and mine belongs to the Wiener Werkstätte, a Viennese design cooperative founded in 1903 by Josef Hoffmann and Kolomon Moser with financial support from... Read more

Reflections: What's Going With Libraries? Paperblog Pick in Culture

Reflections: What's Going On With Our Libraries?

I like to go through the little polls that Time Magazine has online. Each day, they have a new question that the public can vote. By voting, you find out the results, but you... Read more

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    The 07 March 2011 by   Kena
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    The 21 March 2011 by   Cris
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    The 09 March 2011 by   Conroy
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    The 09 March 2011 by   Galegirl
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  • Dancing Among Cruz-Diez

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    The 16 March 2011 by   Arfully Yours
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