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CD ROM Postage Stamp – Bhutan

Just a quick note of digital philatelic interest from Stamp Collectors Corner: “In 2008, Bhutan once again released a postage stamp like no other. The first ever CD ROM postage stamp was created to show the world what Bhutan has

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Roll Your Own Blogging

Allen Bohart, Compulatelist A second approach to setting up a blog is to “roll your own.” Basically, this means that you start with a barebones web server installation and you set up some sort of blogging software to begin building

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Philatelic Blogging

Allen Bohart, Compulatelist Blogging is a phenomenon that has taken the Internet by storm in the last couple of years. Blogs have had an effect on traditional news media, the business world, and even governmental organizations. Now, we stamp collectors

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Planning a Digital Study

Fran Adams Once a collector turns to exhibiting, the requirement to increase one’s philatelic knowledge expands exponentially, typically as a result of the need to display that knowledge to further an award level. Accumulating reference material is not the goal

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DPS Competition

The Fall American Stamp Dealers Association Inc. (ASDA) Mega-Event includes a new form of philatelic competition. Participants may submit a Digital Philatelic Study (DPS). Such studies allow collectors to broaden the basis for the presentation of their research and knowledge

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Defining Digital Philately

Fran Adams My philatelic bookshelf is never wide enough for the number of reference books I aspire to. Binders with magazine cuttings don’t fit there and it never fails that some articles end up in the recesses of a bottom

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