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Flowchart - find out which European language you are reading

How to find out which European language you are reading (flowchart)

This fascinating flowchart helps you decode which European language you are looking at. Does it work for your mother tongue?

by Ola Kowalczyk Published on April 14, 2019
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Most famous Shakespearean heroines - Ophelia

How Shakespeare’s most iconic female characters got their names (infographic)

Learn about the origins of nine of the most powerful heroines created by the Bard, from Cordelia to Desdemona, to Ophelia.

by Ola Kowalczyk Published on April 3, 2019
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Online tool by Wordery lets you check out the best selling book of the year you were born

Use this fun tool to check out the best-selling book of the year you were born

Wordery’s fun web-based tool that will tell you which book topped the New York Times bestseller list the longest in your birth year.

by Kasia Kowalczyk Published on March 29, 2019
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Book Bot library robot returns books free of charge in Silicon Valley

End to overdue library books? A new mobile robot librarian drives around Mountain View and collects books that are due to be returned.

by Kasia Kowalczyk Published on March 18, 2019
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Vintage Valentine's Day cards that you can share digitally

12 vintage Valentine’s Day cards that you can send digitally

These gorgeous retro Valentine’s Day cards from The New York Public Library are ready to be sent via email or shared in social networks.

by Ola Kowalczyk Published on February 13, 2019
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The bookshelf mural in Incheon is the largest in the world

World’s largest mural resembles a beautiful bookshelf

The book-shaped mural on a grain silo in Incheon, South Korea, is the world’s largest, according to Guinness World Records.

by Ola Kowalczyk Published on December 20, 2018
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A complete guide to literary trips across the US #infographic

A turn-by-turn guide to literary road trips across America (infographic)

A new visual recreates six routes to some of the most infamous literary road trips across America…

by Ola Kowalczyk Published on October 6, 2018
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Literary circles of influence - full chart

Literary circles of influence (chart)

This amazing visualization of literary, scientific and artistic influences is designed “to illustrate the enormous creative indebtedness that permeates humanity’s proudest intellectual…

by Ola Kowalczyk Published on August 30, 2018
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Most famous insults from Shakespeare's plays

70 most famous insults from Shakespeare’s plays

This extensive list includes over 70 Shakespearean insults that you can use in every situation.

by Ola Kowalczyk Published on April 22, 2018
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Built your own Shakespearean insult - flowchart

Build your own Shakespearean insult using this fun chart

This fun chart could easily become of the most enjoyable ways to celebrate the world’s most adored author.

by Ola Kowalczyk Published on April 14, 2018
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ESR flexible iPad mini 5 smart cover alternative

Amazon Choice: From ESR comes one of the thinnest iPad mini 5 cases. It combines a slim magnetic tri-fold cover with a unique back case made of flexible, rubberized TPU.

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