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Nothing new to see – unless you haven’t seen it already

Today, I am issuing a set of four collections of articles which have been published on this blog over the past eight years. Each collection is available here for download:

A nostaligia-fest for avid followers of my blog since its inception. And catch-up reading for everyone else.

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