Daily Archives: January 12, 2021

One Simple Facebook Change That Can Help Attribution — Plagiarism Today

When it comes to setting citation standards, Facebook is an interesting case study. Where Twitter’s citation standards were generally developed by users and adapted by Twitter itself, Facebook has always taken a top-down approach and imposed its desired citation standards … Continue reading

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Cole House Museum, Moundridge – Kansas Tuesdays January 12, 2021

I chose to look in McPherson County, Kansas for this week’s Kansas Tuesdays post. The Cole House Museum, Moundridge – https://www.moundridge.com/175/The-Cole-House. It may have restrictions due to COVID-19. It’s run by the Moundridge Historical Association. Grounds also house Heritage Museum, … Continue reading

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Gliders and “Nuts!” — Weapons and Warfare

439th [TCG] [91st TCS] glider taking off for Bastogne resupply 27 December 1944. The heroic efforts of American forces in action at Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge need no retelling. However, few historians give more than a casual … Continue reading

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Family Trees on Genealogy Sites – Public Or Private – January 12, 2021

This is a common topic in some genealogy groups on social media. In some groups, it’s a banned topic as both sides dig in to defend their position. For the public supporters, the attitude tends to be genealogy is a … Continue reading

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NAJA hosts “Mainstream Malpractice: Improving Indigenous COVID-19 coverage” roundtable Jan. 21 — Native American Journalists Association

This episode of the NAJA Roundtable series will feature experts and reporters who will discuss common pitfalls and best practices when covering the pandemic in Indian Country.  The Native American Journalists Association recognizes that media professionals are confronted with unique … Continue reading

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KansasGravestones.org Cemeteries – Tombstone Tuesdays January 12, 2021

This week’s Tombstones Tuesdays post is about one state originally mentioned in this post – Gravestones.org Websites – Tombstone Tuesdays March 12, 2019, specifically Kansas Kansas Gravestones. Over 102,000 headstones from around Kansas. Going to be much shorter than most … Continue reading

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Why I don’t Do the Goodreads Challenge — Drizzle & Hurricane Books

Hello everyone! Hello 2021! Happy New Year to you all!! I hope this year will be full of joy, books and adventures. Please 2021… be awesome? 728 more words Why I don’t Do the Goodreads Challenge — Drizzle & Hurricane Books.

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The Correct Way to Record History – January 12, 2021

There’s an axiom of history “Those who forget history are doomed to repeat its mistakes.” There’s a lot truth in that statement. However, other factors are to avoid bias in writing history or re-writing history as well as taking context … Continue reading

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The Woman Behind Project Mercury | Outlier Timeline – World History Documentaries YouTube

I saw this on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvsHjWVgqcY Direct link: The Woman Behind Project Mercury | Outlier : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvsHjWVgqcY (around 54:13 minutes long)

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6 Things to Try When You Feel Lonely and Alone — From The Darkness Into The Light

You are never as alone as you think. By Dr. Kurt Smith Shutterstock.comLoneliness is one of the most difficult feelings a person can have. It’s such a strong emotion, in fact, that it can have serious repercussions a person’s life, … Continue reading

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