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3-D Printing, DOMA and Doughnuts

LM's Best of 2013

Library Manifesto recommends the following blog posts and articles from 2013:

People that use 3-D printers to make guns feature in this (slightly terrifying) video from Vice that shows the use and possible misuse of new technologies.

My friends know of my obsession with doughnuts. My obsession intensified in 2013 after seeing this doughnut-archive collaboration that helped University of Oregon purchase author Ken Kesey’s (“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”) archive.

WITNESS put together this comprehensive guide to digital recording for activists on a tight budget, which is basically every activist.

Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger offered some interesting analysis of Edward Snowden and the public in this A New York Review of Books article.

…But this GIF said it all.

I had a blast at Booklyn Artists Alliance for their 24-Hour Zine Spree.

This slideshow of Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer had me in tears when Defense of Marriage Act was ruled unconstitutional.

NPR’s piece about the anticipated vast media archive of President Obama.

India said goodbye to telegrams.

And the funnest oral history project.

Thank you so much for reading and supporting the blog this year. Happy 2014!

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