[CITASA] [Air-L] journal of toaster studies

Patrick Williams subcultures at gmail.com
Thu Sep 17 10:34:30 EDT 2015


Good fishermen usually have their trolling motors up and running much
earlier in the morning than this.

-p.

On Thu, Sep 17, 2015 at 9:58 PM, Barry Wellman <wellman at chass.utoronto.ca>
wrote:

> Welcome to the Journal of Toaster Studies, an academic publication about
> new technologies published by the MIT Press since January 2013.
>
> The first issue of The Journal of Toaster Studies debuted in early 2013
> with articles by Daniel Miller (^SDoes the Toast make the Toaster? An
> Organo-materialistic Revisiting^E in Trinidad^T), Larry Gross (^SGay
> Toasters: The Missing Slice of History^T), and Gary Fine (^SToasty Publics:
> Where does the Heat Come From? A Micro-Sociological Perspective^T). Please
> see our issues page for a complete list.
>
> If you would like to volunteer for our editorial board or suggest a
> special issue please fill out the contact form at the top of this page.
>
> www.journalofts.org
>
> Total blatant self-promotion, but I'm on the ed. board. I can be bought
> for a pop tart - Non-GMO, gluten-free, of course
>
> WHich reminds me: I walked into Starbucks yesterday and asked for a
> Gluten-Free Latte, and the cashier after looking around said, "We don't
> have any: Would you like one with soya milk instead?"
>
> Totally true story: Torontonians can replicate with Starbucks at
> Bloor-AveRd
>
>   Barry Wellman
>  _______________________________________________________________________
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