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professorfalconerofficial:

Don’t worry, I’m still alive! I went silent for a little while because I’ve had a lot of work to do this past week, but I’m back and I’ll be updating you all on my progress tomorrow. Plus I have a story to share with you about boats and if that doesn’t interest you, I don’t know what will. Stay tuned!
-Prof. Falconer

professorfalconerofficial:

Don’t worry, I’m still alive! I went silent for a little while because I’ve had a lot of work to do this past week, but I’m back and I’ll be updating you all on my progress tomorrow. Plus I have a story to share with you about boats and if that doesn’t interest you, I don’t know what will. Stay tuned!

-Prof. Falconer

steamgirlofficial:

As you can see in the above photo, Kindra is using a typewriter to compose the titular Love Note, but did you know that typewriters are why our keyboards use the QWERTY layout? Though popular belief claims that the letters on a keyboard were placed the way they are to slow down typists and prevent typewriter jams, it was actually meant to speed up typists… by preventing jams! By separating commonly used pairs of letters like “S” and “T”, you could prevent a typewriter’s typebars from smashing against each other and locking up, which would be a time consuming process to fix.
See? You learn something on here.
"Love Note", featuring Kindra, debuts on SteamGirl.com this Saturday!
(Photography by Ayria Lovett)

steamgirlofficial:

As you can see in the above photo, Kindra is using a typewriter to compose the titular Love Note, but did you know that typewriters are why our keyboards use the QWERTY layout? Though popular belief claims that the letters on a keyboard were placed the way they are to slow down typists and prevent typewriter jams, it was actually meant to speed up typists… by preventing jams! By separating commonly used pairs of letters like “S” and “T”, you could prevent a typewriter’s typebars from smashing against each other and locking up, which would be a time consuming process to fix.

See? You learn something on here.

"Love Note", featuring Kindra, debuts on SteamGirl.com this Saturday!

(Photography by Ayria Lovett)

(Source: nesana, via vintagecoffeecup)

unamusedsloth:

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steamgirlofficial:

This is a rather historic week here for SteamGirl.com, as never in the history of our website have we ever featured a model who wasn’t Kato in back-to-back photo sets. But here we are! Congratulations, Kindra, you’ve made SteamGirl.com history!
"Love Note", featuring Kindra, debuts on SteamGirl.com this Saturday!
(Photography by Ayria Lovett)

steamgirlofficial:

This is a rather historic week here for SteamGirl.com, as never in the history of our website have we ever featured a model who wasn’t Kato in back-to-back photo sets. But here we are! Congratulations, Kindra, you’ve made SteamGirl.com history!

"Love Note", featuring Kindra, debuts on SteamGirl.com this Saturday!

(Photography by Ayria Lovett)

steamgirlofficial:

SteamGirl® Spotlight: Fate
Hello everyone, Prof. Falconer here and this week’s SteamGirl® Spotlight is on the phenomenal Fate! Fate, or Lady Fate as she’s sometimes called, made her debut on SteamGirl.com back in September of 2013 with a set entitled “Tea Time”, which also happened to be one of the earliest duo sets released. It co-starred Kato and was actually the first duo shoot ever done for SteamGirl.com! That’s what I call a great way to start.
Here’s where you can find Fate online:
Fate’s Facebook PageFate’s Cosplay Facebook PageFate’s Model Mayhem Page
And don’t forget, Fate, Kato, and other SteamGirl.com ladies will be at Steamposium in Seattle, WA this September 26-28th!

steamgirlofficial:

SteamGirl® Spotlight: Fate

Hello everyone, Prof. Falconer here and this week’s SteamGirl® Spotlight is on the phenomenal Fate! Fate, or Lady Fate as she’s sometimes called, made her debut on SteamGirl.com back in September of 2013 with a set entitled “Tea Time”, which also happened to be one of the earliest duo sets released. It co-starred Kato and was actually the first duo shoot ever done for SteamGirl.com! That’s what I call a great way to start.

Here’s where you can find Fate online:

Fate’s Facebook Page
Fate’s Cosplay Facebook Page
Fate’s Model Mayhem Page

And don’t forget, Fate, Kato, and other SteamGirl.com ladies will be at Steamposium in Seattle, WA this September 26-28th!