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With posts dating back to August 2009, Edible Geography is one of the web's best and oldest food blogs. Meticulously researched, the spunky, erudite entries will please most anyone interested in the history, art, science, and pleasures of everyday and exotic comestibles. Recent posts have delved into restaurant menu museum exhibits, "fourth-wave, post-globalization, micro-batch salt," and the...

http://www.ediblegeography.com/
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Launched in July of 2015, the Digital.Bodleian website created quite the buzz amongst librarians, historians, and other communities invested in increasing access to cultural heritage online. While Oxford University?s Bodleian Library has been digitizing parts of their amazing collections for almost 20 years, the results were either spread across separate project websites or accessible only by v...

http://digital.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/
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Map Stack allows educators, students, or anyone fascinated by maps to create exquisitely tailored cartographic images via a web-based click interface. The tool uses a system very close to the classic Photoshop platform of layers and palettes, allowing users to design their own maps without having to know any code, install software, or even do any typing. Layers are created using roads, labels,...

http://mapstack.stamen.com/
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For those readers who love a good conversation, and especially a good conversation about great ideas, Philosophy TV provides an astounding array of material about nearly everything philosophically related. Interlocutors include grad students and professors neck deep in their disciplines, speaking on topics as widely ranging as free will, love, moral disgust, and astrophysics. Readers may like to...

http://www.philostv.com/
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Created by Dr. Mads Haahr of the School of Computer Sciences and Statistics at Trinity College, Dublin, RANDOM.ORG has generated over two trillion truly random bits in its nearly two decade history. As the site notes, "true" randomness is not as easy to come by as one might think. In fact, most computers generate pseudo-random numbers using mathematical formulae. RANDOM.ORG, on the other hand,...

https://www.random.org/

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