5 Interesting Links for 02-22-2019

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Bookstores (History)

A description complete with photographs of a distinct street in London where bookshops barely changed as the centuries have passed offer interesting treasures to explore.

Genetics (Animals)

Blue-eye coyotes are being photographed in California, but why this rare trait is becoming more dominant requires more research.

Funding (Publishing)

Though the article is from 2014, the tips provided for managing a crowd-funding project are both general enough to stay relevant and specific enough to offer action items for both before and during your campaign.

Innovation (3D Printing)

A new approach to 3D printing uses photosensitive resin and reverse engineered CT imaging techniques to produce transparent 3D models.

Politics (Interesting People)

Barbara Jordan has a fascinating history of determination and commitment that led her from a poor Black neighborhood to Congress and further.

When the Shoe Won't Fit by Margaret McGaffey Fisk

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