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Webinar: Archaeology 101 by ARA's Paul Racher is available to Ontario Historical Society Members

Webinar: Archaeology 101 by ARA's Paul Racher is available to Ontario Historical Society Members

Will You Lose Your Job to Technology? #infographic

Infographic: Will You Lose Your Job to Technology?

from NPR's the salt, "Three Ways Cooking Has Changed over the last 300 years"

Three Ways Cooking Has Changed Over The Last 300 Years

from NPR's the salt, "Three Ways Cooking Has Changed over the last 300 years"

"In life, everyone has a hot mic on. We call it a conscience."  | Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker

What Shakespeare Knew About Robert Durst

"In life, everyone has a hot mic on. We call it a conscience." | Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker

Inside the Victorian Home: A Portrait of Domestic Life in Victorian England, Judith Flanders

Inside the Victorian Home: A Portrait of Domestic Life in Victorian England, Judith Flanders

Famous evangelical apologist changes his mind (R.C. Sproul) - creation.com

Famous evangelical apologist changes his mind (R.C. Sproul) - creation.com

Dominick John Dunne (October 29, 1925 – August 26, 2009) was an American writer and investigative journalist whose subjects frequently hinged on the ways in which high society interacts with the judicial system. He was a movie producer in Hollywood and was also known for his frequent appearances on television.

Dominick John Dunne (October 29, 1925 – August 26, 2009) was an American writer and investigative journalist whose subjects frequently hinged on the ways in which high society interacts with the judicial system. He was a movie producer in Hollywood and was also known for his frequent appearances on television.

Twenty-one years ago the Bulova School of Watchmaking in New York City closed its doors. As the staff was cleaning and packing, they came across an extensive library of horological books and ephemera. Some of the books were hand-bound in leather, adorned in gold leaf, with personal dedications from the authors. Others were extremely old, dating from the 18th century. In addition, they found hand-calligraphed meeting minutes and accounting records. All of these items comprised an incredible…

Historical Perspectives: A Look At The Horological Society Of New York, Owners Of A Unique Watchmaking Library, And The Oldest Horological Society In The United States

Twenty-one years ago the Bulova School of Watchmaking in New York City closed its doors. As the staff was cleaning and packing, they came across an extensive library of horological books and ephemera. Some of the books were hand-bound in leather, adorned in gold leaf, with personal dedications from the authors. Others were extremely old, dating from the 18th century. In addition, they found hand-calligraphed meeting minutes and accounting records. All of these items comprised an incredible…

“It requires practice, practice, practice. Repetition breeds familiarity. Familiarity breeds confidence.” (Kaplan) --> What Kaplan taught us about the SAT by Malcolm Gladwell

Examined Life

“It requires practice, practice, practice. Repetition breeds familiarity. Familiarity breeds confidence.” (Kaplan) --> What Kaplan taught us about the SAT by Malcolm Gladwell

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