Language at the End of the World, an article about Rongorongo and the Rapa Nui.
Another neotenic salamander species is the Olm, which is an old world species that is blind and lives in caves.
Also according to Wikipedia, the name for Bonobos (formally known as Pygmy Chimpanzees despite being a seperate species) comes from a mispelling. 
 "The name is thought to be a misspelling on a shipping crate from the town of Bolobo on the Congo River near the location from which the first bonobo specimens were collected in the 1920s." https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonobo
TIL that axolotl are neotenic. There are rare instancea of axolotl going through metamorphosis to become terrestrial. However, if this occurs after sexual maturity the axolotl will not survive more than one or two years.
 "axolotl ... is a neotenic salamander related to the tiger salamander." Wikipedia
Examples of documents written in Hieratic script:
An article describing the distinction between Hieroglyphic, Cursive Hieroglyphic, and Hieratic Text:
In fact Hieratics were actually much more commonly used than Hieroglyphics.
New version of GNU Unifont with the Reiwa (令和) Japanese Era Character has been released.
This guy's renting a parking space for 300/mo smh
Bay area rents are so high that this guy is renting his van out:
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Mario Chiattone. Construction for a Modern Metropolis, 1914 https://danismm.tumblr.com/post/184679463214/mario-chiattone-construction-for-a-modern1960