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Sunday, 26 June 2011

References

References

  1. ^ Mark Newhall, Farm Show.
  2. ^ StarLux Illumination catalog
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  7. ^ Miller, Diane Fisher (1997) "My Life with the Machine": "By Sunday afternoon, I urgently want to throw the Xerox 800 through the window, then run over it with the company van. It seems that the instructor forgot to tell me a few things about doing multi-page documents... To do any serious editing, I must use both tape drives, and, without a display, I must visualize and mentally track what is going onto the tapes."
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