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Tiny Tiny Steampunk Keyboard

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While aimlessly wandering around the internet during my lunch hour today I was absolutely delighted to run across this tiny tiny steampunk keyboard made by Lizabeta! Have a look here for more information.  

NIMBY Appeal

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Hi Everyone! Since Meredith wrote about the fire at NIMBY last week things have been moving at breakneck speed!  The principals are busting their asses to relocate into new and better space and there is no better time to contribute!  Meredith and I just sent $100 their way and

Bruce Sterling – The User’s Guide to Steampunk

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(Photo from Stephanie Booth's Flickr stream) This is either brand new or somehow snuck completely under my RADAR. It's a little essay by Bruce Sterling written, I think, for GOGBOT that describes what Steampunk is and he F&@%ing nails it! NAILS it! I say. He gets the community part


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Just a quick note that artifacts from our show tonight in Seattle are on pre-sale online right now!  And yes, the Steampunk Strat is among them!

Tonight!! Opening in Seattle: ANACHROTECHNOFETISHISM

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Long before the age of the internet, and well before the cold efficiency of the assembly line, existed fantastic and terrible machines, run on hope, sweat, and steam. It was a time in which form and function lived in sin, and everyman was a revolutionary. We are 13 American

A Quick note from TinkerGirl about Brass Goggles outage

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Just a quick note to let you know what’s going on with the Brass Goggles Forum and website.  Apparently BG’s success has pushed it over it’s web hosts (Fasthosts) CPU quota and the site has been suspended.  Amanda and her tech staff are working on the issue. She also

The Museum of Jurassic Technology

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Hidden somewhere in Los Angeles is a remarkable place: a museum, of sorts, but more of a walk-through enigma. The building itself is identified only by a standard ‘Museum’ sign outside. Just chancing by, you could never guess what’s inside: this is the Museum of Jurassic Technology.  Entering, the whole

Antipodean Steampunk Adventures

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Cliff writes: Just thought you might be interested in one small part of steampunk in Australia. the photo is of my computer build, I have yet to add power supply, monitor, keyboard and mouse – but they are coming along nicely.   Your work and your site are well


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Luke writes: Sir, I have no idea what your personal politics are, but I feel that purely from a creative and professional point of view, you might enjoy this. We do indeed, Thanks Luke! As far as our personal politics are concerned, we find Obama and Biden somewhat conservative

Jay Leno’s 1906 Stanley Steamer – Part 2

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Here is Part 2 of Jay’s 1906 Stanley Steamer piece. Enjoy!