5 Interesting Links for 06-24-2016

Technology (Fossils)

Clearly it’s time to get a 3D printer. Duke University is providing 3D images of its fossil collection so people can explore the collection without damaging rare fossils. (Via Facebook)

Hairstyles (History)

A lovely blog full of period-separated directions for various traditional hairstyles. (Via Suzi Love Daily Gossip)

Insurance (Life)

An important reminder about protecting your ability to recover from disaster through the proper insurance for renters and those who work from home.

Solar (Technology)

Google has turned the Google Earth data into an interesting solar power assessment. (Via Facebook)

Research (Writing)

Why writers should research even fantastical stories.

Safe Haven: A Steampunk Romance (The Steamship Chronicles, Prequel)

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2 Responses to 5 Interesting Links for 06-24-2016

  1. Erin says:

    The one site makes me wish I had long hair. And that it was thick enough to do anything with! 😛

    Alas, Project Sunroof says that our roof may not be ideal for solar, given hours of sun, modeling of trees, etc.

    • Margaret McGaffey Fisk says:

      Aww, too bad on the solar. Mine has perfect sunlight but the options are not good right now because solar disincentives made it through the state legislature :p.

      And I found it more for cover art and descriptions in my novels, but if I let my hair grow all the way out again…

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