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View Resource Toby

Browser tabs provide a convenient way to open multiple sites at once, but many users find them accumulating to the point of becoming overwhelming. Toby is a tab management extension designed to tame large sets of tabs, even making tabs suitable as a replacement for bookmarks. Users can create any number of named collections of tabs. Within a collection, users may also apply tags (e.g., todo,...

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http://www.gettoby.com
View Resource Stedelijk Online Collection

The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam is an almost 150-year-old museum housed in a nineteenth-century building with an added twenty-first-century wing that's sometimes referred to as "The Bathtub." The museum is now providing online access to the roughly 90,000 artifacts in its collection. While it's possible to search broadly across the collection materials, there are also many ways to limit...

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https://www.stedelijk.nl/en/dig-deeper
View Resource Mondrian & De Stijl

The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag in The Hague, Netherlands is home to over 300 paintings by Piet Mondrian. For art fans who can't make the trip, the Gemeentemuseum and the Dutch digital design company Dept have collaborated to create this excellent online exhibit of Mondrian's life and work. To view this exhibit, visitors can select Discover Mondrian on the site's homepage. From here, visitors will be...

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http://www.mondriaan.nl/en
View Resource Stump the Bookseller

Many of us have fond memories of a favorite childhood book that we would love to revisit if we could remember the name of the book's title or author. Stump the Bookseller is a project by Loganberry Books, a bookstore in Cleveland, Ohio, dedicated to such mysteries. Here, visitors are invited to explain what they can remember about a book and include tidbits like, "I read this book between 1958 and...

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http://w1.loganberrybooks.com/stumpthebookseller
View Resource Modernist Podcast

Those interested in early twentieth-century modernity, particularly in the form of art, culture, and literature, may want to give the Modernist Podcast a listen. Each episode features a panel discussion that focuses on a particular aspect of modernity--examples of previous episode topics include modernism and race (Ep. 6), the politics of modernism (Ep. 11), and mapping modernism (Ep. 15)....

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https://modernistpodcast.org