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Historical Horology – Back In One Week!




As I”ve mentioned with the weekly wrapup posts, things got a bit hectic, so some of our recurring features have take a slight hiatus.  But, have no fear – I do intend to resume this series again in a weeks time.

In the meantime, I do have Hvis du er ute etter et fabelaktig nytt oppdrag pa spilleautomatene i februar, sa hvorfor ikke folge fotsporene til Kong Arthur og Monty Python teamet nar du starter din egen jakt etter den hellige gral pa det fantastiske nye Avalon II video spilleautomat. a proposal along the lines of what I threw out there for the Watching  The Web articles.  If you have some design chops, and can help us come up with an image to herald the Historical Horology series, send me an email.  If we can work something out, I”ll rustle something cool out of my watch stuff in appreciation for your help.


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