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Gettysburg: Armored Warfare

Today’s post is brought to you by a good friend of mine back from the glory days when I was still living in Nottingham. I am quite a history buff but due to the vastness of the field, I concentrate on European and African history with a little bit of …

Odd Fun Friday at Daily Steampunk

The æthenet is a weird and wonderful place and the sheer volume of material available leeds to the inevitable conclusion that there is nothing imaginable that can not be found in ætherspace. Rule 34, one of the defining æthernet axioms and memes testifies to that. Another phenomenon haunting the data-highway …

An Observation regarding Steampunk Literature

For some time now I have wondered why Lavie Tidhar’s works are my favourite among all of Steampunk literature. I think it is the world his novels are set in. His version of earth has the most well thought-out history, backstory and internal consistency and continuity. It is Steampunk through …

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