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Small Choices: an interdisciplinary artistic approach to heritage interpretation and the Internet of Everything

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Small Choices: an interdisciplinary artistic approach to heritage interpretation and the Internet of Everything. / Eato, Jonathan Edward.

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Eato, JE 2015 'Small Choices: an interdisciplinary artistic approach to heritage interpretation and the Internet of Everything'. <http://hannahbruce.org/small-choices.html>

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Eato, J. E. (2015). Small Choices: an interdisciplinary artistic approach to heritage interpretation and the Internet of Everything. http://hannahbruce.org/small-choices.html

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Eato JE. Small Choices: an interdisciplinary artistic approach to heritage interpretation and the Internet of Everything. 2015 Oct 7.

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Eato, Jonathan Edward. / Small Choices: an interdisciplinary artistic approach to heritage interpretation and the Internet of Everything. 2015.

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