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Human history comes with a long paper trail, and Graphic Conservation Company’s mission is to preserve and restore that record. The 95-year-old lab specializes in repairing works on paper, which range from priceless historical artifacts and artwork to personal items like someone’s old letter to Santa Claus. After nearly a century of smoothing wrinkles, patching holes and removing acid burns, there are few problems—on paper, anyway—that Graphic Conservation’s staff can’t fix.
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Joslyn is a crafter. And like many crafters, she finds inspiration in common things, repurposing, and turning what many people would call “trash” into treasure.
Unlike many crafters, however, she’s also a budding minimalist.
These two things can be a challenge to reconcile, so I sat down with her to discuss her minimalist journey, her challenges, her successes, and how she uses her built-in desire to repurpose, upcycle, and create aesthetic enjoyment to enhance her minimalism and create meaningful memories.
If you’re the “crafty” sort, this episode is right up your alley!
Be sure to check out Joslyn’s blog at The DIY Spot
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We welcome Glenn Fleishman back on the show to get his take on the state of security today, including multi-factor authentication, Apple Pay, and Windows 10.LinksGlenn on Twitter (beware!!)Windows 10 uses your bandwidth to help strangers download updatesWindows 10 privacy guideWi-Fi SenseWindows 10 PrivacyApple Pay to the RescuePicks of the WeekKirk: TurnGlenn: SoulverRob: GPSBabelIan: Sketch for Mac
The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — Apple Music, Beats 1 Radio, and Connect are here, and Serenity Caldwell, Peter Cohen, and Rene Ritchie answer all you questions!
The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode—We talk Apple Watch three months later and Apple Music one month later. How are they working for us now, and have any of our opinions changed? Serenity Caldwell, Peter Cohen, Rene Ritchie, and special guest Jim Dalrymple.
This week Myke talks to Dr. Drang about ‘Revolver’, by The Beatles.
We welcome back Jim Dalrymple to talk about Apple’s financial results and his well-documented disgust with Apple Music.Note: We had some Skype issues affecting the sound quality of today’s show, but Jim was so good, we decided to release anyway!LinksApple reports record third quarter resultsWhat Tim said about Apple Watch salesApple disables App Store reviews from devices running iOS 9Apple Music is a nightmare and I’m done with itPicks of the WeekJim: Neil Young’s Live at Massey HallKirk: Olympus OM-D E-M10 cameraRob: Pro Feel GolfIan: Ten One Design Mountie
An episode about brainstorming and notetaking? It seems like it was meant
to be. Eddie Smith shares how mind mapping and other tools work into his
daily life, at work, and at play.
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This week Myke talks to David Sparks about ‘Kind of Blue’, by Miles Davis.
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