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I guess it’s time I posted about some actual tourism rather than just waffling about the anthropology of applause. On my first day in Toronto, I went to the Royal Ontario Museum, but I also went to the DICTIONARY OF OLD ENGLISH!
Never heard of the Toronto Dictionary of Old English? Never fear! The editor is very keen that you should watch her new promo video…
Well, I knew all that already of course. But it was cool to go and see the DOE happening in real life:
Alaric, when you’re back I need to talk to you about the difference between “real tourism” and going to see a dictionary 😛
The origami star. THE ORIGAMI STAR.
I need to learn how to make one of those, stat. It’s a beautiful photograph, too.
Ta! I learned that some past employee of the DOE was a master not only of origami but also of all sorts of yet higher arts of paper-crafting.
Nah man, I totally rate the DOE as a tourist destination. 😉 Cute vid, but quite atrocious script though.
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