Sunday Summary – March 8th, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

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Monday, March 2nd, poets tried to kill Queen Victoria in 1882, we interviewed pirate band Alestorm, and added Women Writers of Steampunk to list of sessions at the International Steampunk Symposium.

 

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Tuesday, March 3rd, in 1900 Kentucky Governor William Justus Goebel died as a result of assassination, we thumbed through Journals of Impossible Things, and put Steampunk Animation of the East on the list of International Steampunk Symposium panels.

 

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Wednesday, March 4th, Jeannette Pickering Rankin made U.S. history in 1917, Dr. Pembroke played with electricity and Italian Frog Legs, and the Symposium added Podcast Primer: How to Begin to the list.

 

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Thursday, March 5th, in 1836 Samuel Colt “made all men equal,” we revealed the Dirigible Races rules for the Symposium Games, and Intrepid Victorian Women Adventurers was added to the list of sessions at the International Steampunk Symposium.

 

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Friday, March 6th, in 1869 Dmitri Mendeleev gave us the Periodic Table, but did he also give us vodka? The Symposium session Fatal Fashions was featured, and we looked at our name sake, the first woman in Greek mythology, Pandora herself.

 

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Saturday, March 7th, in 1876 Alexander Graham Bell was awarded the U.S. patent for the telephone, we used the lens of nostalgia to look at The Mysterious Cities of Gold, and add Makeup & Hair for Steampunks to the Symposium Sessions list.

 

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Sunday, March 8th, in 1909, Raymonde de Laroche became the first license aviatrix, we presented the short story “The Clockwork Man,” added the session Dancing with the Green Fairy, and then it was time for the Sunday Summary 🙂

 

Coming Next Week . . .

Details of the International Steampunk Symposium entertainment schedule, and more.

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