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Pop pop! An oral history of Magnitude

Posted by David on May 6th, 2011

Filling in for Kottke this week, Tim Carmody has a lovely summary of a piece by John Sellers on the oral history of the one, the only, the legendary Magnitude.

This is a shorter summary of that summary telling you that you should go read that summary then read the full piece because POP POP!

(I am aware this post makes no sense to people who aren’t fans of Community. Cool. Cool cool cool.)

[Source: Kottke]

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