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The forty-second page of Past Issue links with a brief description of some, but by no means all,
the excellent articles featured.
Memories of miracles, space shuttles, and Icelandic volcanoes...and just how did the profanity filther come about?
The last of this year's summer specials, featuring the finalists of The Stretcher.
In which a challenge is issued, acrostic poems are aired, elephants are hunted, and Elvis is back! And why is it that manipulating digital photos is so difficult?
Emma crosses a line, Smudger has a moment, and good grief, Gnomon's been here for 10 years! A tribute is paid to cyclist Laurent Fignon.
Willem describes the dodo, Rod tells us about lathes, and Galaxy Babe is back from Spain. Several researchers take up the gauntlet challenge. And we mourn the passing of former Post columnist Terri Zendevil.
Emma's Down Under, Dmitri traces the McCarthy legacy, and Icy North is feeling charitable.
Minorvogonpoet saves the world through the medium of verse. Dmitri and Bel look back at what the past can teach us, and fastcartoonist invents the wheel! Well, somebody had to.
An honest account about being a carer, from benjaminpmoore. Emma describes the changing colours of the sea. BlueBottle is a Dad! Again! And Dmitri finds out that gluten-free onion rings can be hazardous.
Why is the Japanese system so frustrating? Which events of the 20th century are enthralling Bel? And what exactly happened at the party at the Bea-Hive? But the biggest question is - when do you want to be?
Dmitri talks to the animals, BlueBottle gives us some baby talk, we can hear Gnomon's choir (hopefully!), but there's worrying news about the orchestras of the world.