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Cardamom.com snapshot 1997

[As captured by the Internet Archive and displaying in a browser in 2015. I made this site with my then romantic partner, who was, if I recall correctly, both fond of baking and of Scandinavian ancestry which somehow led us to Cardamom.com as our domain.]

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Language:

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[That would be an image of this postcard (shown as it appears in Strafe's Guide to Street Speak as of 2015:

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]

 

Poison:

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[That'd be this missing image.]

 

Revolution:

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Servants:

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Spice:

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[Those links are respectively, a Dulac illustration (site dead as of 2015), another site which no longer loads, Hotwired's Cocktail (partially surviving in the Internet Archive), a brand page for Bombay Sapphire, the Cardamom.com home page, and the St. David's archaeology department.]

 

Information:

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[As of 2015 I can't remember what that missing image is, but it seems from the URL to have something to do with Sniffy the Virtual Rat (an operant conditioning simulator), maybe this image:

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That seems vaguely familiar. In any case, pretty sure it's more intended as snark about academia than anything to do with my actual program of study.]

 

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