The Crossroads of the Aether
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Name- Lord Nathanael Alecsandar Callias Thoughtcraft, Supreme Vestimancer of the City of Blinding Light, known Painted Lord of the Silent House, (one of the Seelie Fae), being Nassanu-Sama and Natanieru-Heika, a Japanese Bireigami, called The Aesthete
Age- 8,392, but seems 20
Hometown- Underhill, but has traveled a great deal
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Would a knowledgeable and creative ning person please help me set up a new ning social network site?
It has nothing to do with steampunk... it's for a NFP that I work for.
I'm the bookeeper! But they asked me to help with their archaic and God awful website.
Out with the old, in with the new.
Anybody willing to help?
Added by Birdmad Girl on March 30, 2012 at 6:05am — No Comments
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HUMANWINE - The Folks Below~
"IndieGOGO Campaign for H.U.M.A.N.W.I.N.E's new album "The Folks Below".
'The Folks Below' reclaims and weaves stories from the underbelly of a burning city once consigned to oblivion.
Each song has been found somewhere. A torn piece of paper with a promise, a wind ripped journal telling the tale of a terrible storm, a…
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While researching the Great Airship Flap of 1897, I came across word of an article in the Winter 1990 issue of Skeptical Inquirer. It was, however, just a mention of the article. The article itself wasn't online and the back issue had been long out of print. Finally, though, a copy showed up on Amazon and I now have a chance to see what someone other than a UFOlogist thinks on the subject.
It doesn't start off well. The author, Robert Bartholomew, begins by talking about…
Gaslight Map Pack~
As described, this is a pack of period maps (plus a calendar for 1888) presented for use with the Gaslight Victorian Fantasy RPG.
- Which you can check out here:
While the pack includes a handy Character Sheet for Gaslight…
Added by Sepiachord on March 29, 2012 at 12:44am — No Comments
Zoe Keating, upcoming shows:
April 12 Minneapolis, MN Cedar Cultural Center support: Paul Fonfara
April 14 Reston, VA Reston Community Center An Evening of New Music Also: Sarah Lipstate,
and the Low End String Quartet.
April 26 Los Angeles, CA Largo at the Coronet
May 3 Seattle, WA Neptune Theater support: Fear No Music
May 4 Portland,…
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Just finished Watching "9". Twice... in a row. IT WAS THAT AWESOME!
I am now thinking about trying to make number 5's crossbow. The basic components look fairly simple but I'm not sure how the catch is going to work.
I know at this time are going to need
Added by Bronze Knight on March 27, 2012 at 11:02pm — No Comments
The London Underground, home of a million stories, is turning 150 this season. Many events are underway, including steam engines!
And for the history buff, you can see photos and drawings at Network Rail’s virtual…Continue
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Victor Sierra wants to go to Steampunk World's Fair~
Added by Sepiachord on March 26, 2012 at 10:33pm — No Comments
"Walk Like an Egyptian" by The Cleverlys is the Sepiachord Song of the Day:
Terry Dodson's Emerald City Comicon Print:
Emerald City Comicon, Seattle, March 30-31 April 1
Artist's Alley, O-12.
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New on Sepiachord: The John Francis (presented by TheCassettesWorld, Chapeau Records & Sepaichord)~
Chapeau Records (home of The Cassettes) will soon be releasing the new album by The John Francis, Voyage of the Daring Cornelia.
Please enjoy this first informational video about this "psyche-rock-udnead-folk-opera" presented by Sepiachord and TheCassettesWorld, and Hosted by Shelby Cinca:…
Added by Sepiachord on March 26, 2012 at 5:07pm — No Comments
Whenever I begin a new research project, books are always the first place I turn—and it was no different when I set out to learn as much as I could about vaudeville, especially as it existed in turn-of-the-last-century New York. I searched out new books, old books, library books, any books, really, that referenced vaudeville in some way. The result was an extensive…Continue
Added by DeAnna Cameron on March 24, 2012 at 1:04pm — No Comments
Just wondering what underpinnings people are seeking out there? I'm changing gears(lol) from jewelry making and setting my sights on adding ready to ship handmade garments to my shop. Despite the massive amount of hits I've gotten, I have a feeling that the idea of waiting a couple weeks for things to be custom made from scratch is giving people second thoughts, so maybe it's time to do things a bit differently. I've got a massive amount of white fabric ready to go for chemises and…Continue
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Today's the last day!
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