So, I recently discovered that in mid-century US there were fully functional toy printing presses - movable type and all.
Also, because it was before plastic overtook everything, they were all metal (well, tin) and quite stylish.
...I kinda want one.
more info here: http://www.letterology.com/2014/03/press-kit.html
First time listening to #tilderadio (tilderadio.org) today. Pretty good. Keep it up, folks
@cypnk I still don't know what cellar door means but it sounds great
if you're having trouble visualizing the recursive centaur i've made this helpful reference
https://publicdomainreview.org/tags/future-history for some visions from the Victorian era. Still very little from before 1850
What a horrible future we live in where this didn't become the fashion of the 70s. https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/fashions-of-the-future-as-imagined-in-1893
@djsundog neat! It's a keyboard designed to punish lefties. Though I don't know which which hand lefties typically use for a trackpad.
Wax seal looks pretty dope if I say so myself. #jasonfunderburker
@neauoire are you sure you don't own the ferry from Willy Wonka?
@brisling some newer plush toys seem a lot trickier to sew and clean neatly. Do you have any resources on such mending?
learn to sew: it's great for fixing stuff, also children will love you for it
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