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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.
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
FRSC INSNA Founder University of Toronto
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NETWORKED:The New Social Operating System. Lee Rainie & Barry Wellman
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