Erik Mueller-Harder's microblog

Twitter: A non-carto friend mapped sets of overlapping disasters in US clearly, in 1 color. #nacis2017 #amateurProfessionals

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Twitter: “Largest collection of material by … Tolkien in a single volume.” More artwork & maps‽ Yea! But it doesn’t say “previously unpublished.” 🙁 — retweeting John Garth’s link to:

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Twitter: I had lunch with @tolomaps just today, and it was fun!

[retweeting “Never eat lunch alone at your desk. Eat with your coworkers - it will make it more fun.” - Robin Tolochko from Uber @NACIS #nacis2017]

Facebook: “Half the universe’s missing matter has just been finally found”

Facebook: “In Defense of Papyrus: Your Guide for When to Use Despised Fonts”

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Twitter:

Getting ready for Practical Cartography Day at #nacis2017

PostHope: “Mobile feeding, and a cartography conference”

Twitter: Just ordered: “Binding them all: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on JRR Tolkien and His Works” — published today!

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PostHope: “Chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and side effects.”

Twitter: Oh, I wish I could attend this!

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Facebook: “It was a jest in Bree to speak of ‘Winterfilth in the (muddy) Shire’, but according to the Shire-folk Wintring was a Bree alteration of the older name, which had originally referred to the filling or completion of the year before Winter, and descended from times before the full adoption of Kings’ Reckoning when their new year began after harvest.” The Lord of the Rings §D.17†

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Twitter: “‘Winterfilth…referred to the filling or completion of the year before Winter,…from times …when their new year began after harvest.” #HappyOctober

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Vermont Softworks: Though it may seem a slight departure from the usual theme here at Vermont Softworks, I’d like to take a moment to remember Donald Swann, for today is his birthday.

Micro.blog looks like a sweet tool for linking all my posts together. I’m looking forward to using it!