Sunday Summary – January 11th, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

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Monday, January 5th, construction began on the Golden Gate Bridge, we proposed that Warehouse 13 is actually the most steampunk TV ever, and we brought you a report of this month’s Cincinnati Steampunk Salon.

 

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Tuesday, January 6th, we met Alfred Lewis Vail who proceeded Morse Code, we polled our readers about THEIR favorite steampunk TV shows, and it was the last call for speakers at the International Steampunk Symposium.

 

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Wednesday, January 7th, Edison takes the credit for Dickson’s inventing the first movie camera, Dr. Pembroke took for a spot of grave robbing for science, and we met CreativeKender Press who will be at the Steampunk Symposium this April.

 

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Thursday, January 8th, we had two historical days from a slave revolt to African Americans getting the vote, we provided some Weekend Recommendations for other events in Cincinnati, and offered you fine candies at the Steampunk Symposium from War Pony Candy Forge.

 

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Friday, January 9th, the French invented photography, we added ShopTroll to the Symposium list of vendors, and we took a closer look at brass, bronze, and copper with Victorian Metallurgy.

 

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Saturday, January 10th, the London Underground opened its first line, we paid tribute to the late Rod Taylor by exploring various adaptations of The Time Machine, and vendors Frank and Steele were added to the Symposium vendor list.

 

 

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Sunday, January 11th, we discovered something around Uranus, had the short story “Seal Skin” from M. Leigh Hood, and then came the Sunday Summary 🙂

 

 

This coming week we shall meet more of the International Steampunk Symposium vendors, see more upcoming Symposium Sessions, and more!

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