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http://www.crystalcitymo.org/?c=can-I-buy-metronidazole-over-the-counter-in-UK Some serious debate action when down between @kristiannedrake & @davewyatt which kept us glued to our twitter feed all day long! Here are a few of our favourite responses throughout the day:
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http://actiononaccess.org/?c=where-can-I-buy-antibiotics-in-the-UK @caferoyalbooks – “Yes…and no. Everything is becoming easier and so more people are able to do more things. Publishing is one, taking photos is another. It doesn’t concern me. @hello_marcbaker I think speed can bring about lack or quality, however it is very possible to produce something high quality, fast. @whiteheadollie Gill, Gottlund, Fowler, ..all make amazing books. Amazing content and quality. That’s one way of working, I actually quite like disposable / ephemeral materials, especially when it’s made to the highest of standards – that’s why I do what I do. I don’t fetishise over litho printed hardbacks [not that theres anything wrong with that, it’s just one way of working, of many].”
http://www.digistorytelling.com/?d=low-cost-antibiotics-online Follow the action for tomorrows question here & here.