Saturday, September 29, 2007


Sat., Sept. 29, 2007 - Tintin (2) / Third Party Politics (2) / Equal Rights Amendment / Typewriters

Sites found in:
Librarians' Internet Index
Websites you can trust!

NEW THIS WEEK, June 21, 2007
Read This Online :


The Adventures of Tintin at Sea / Les Aventures de Tintin en Mer
Set of features and activities that accompanied a 2004 exhibit on the comic book series Tintin created by the Belgian artist Hergé. Explore the artist's studio, see the stages of a comic strip creation, and play games that feature Tintin. From the National Maritime Museum (UK) in association with Fondation Hergé.
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Tintin and I
Companion website to a 2006 documentary about the comic book series featuring intrepid boy reporter Tintin, which was created by Hergé (Georges Remi) in 1929. Provides a feature on Tintin in the U.S., behind-the-scenes articles and interview with filmmaker Anders Østergaard, and interviews on cartooning with comic artists Jessica Abel, Daniel Clowes, Phoebe Gloeckner, Jason Lutes, Seth, and Chris Ware. Also includes classroom materials and related links.
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Third Parties in American Politics: Rich History, Many Roles
This 2004 interview with Professor J. David Gillespie covers the role of third parties in American politics. Topics include constraints on third-party participation, media coverage of third parties, and specific third parties such as the Anti-Masonic Party of the early 1800s, the Progressive Party (Bull Moose Party) from the early 1900s, and the Reform Party, which was founded by Ross Perot in the 1990s. From the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of International Information Programs.
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What Is the History of "Third Parties" in the United States?
An introduction to the types of third parties in U.S. government and politics. Features a table listing parties, third party presidential candidates, voting percentages, and electoral votes. Parties listed include Free Soil, Populist, Progressive (Bull Moose), American Independent, Reform, and Green. From a company that publishes an online American government and politics textbook.
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[NOTE: Home page previously posted. - Phyllis ]

The Equal Rights Amendment
Site about the continuing viability of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), "first proposed in 1923 [and] still not part of the U.S. Constitution. The ERA has been ratified by 35 of the necessary 38 states." Features history, a FAQ, discussion of strategy for passage, links to current legislation, and related material. A project of the Alice Paul Institute in collaboration with the ERA Task Force of the National Council of Women's Organizations.
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Typing in Tompkins: Origins of a Global Shift
This small exhibit features examples of early typewriter models, such as the Sholes Glidden, the Hall, the Merritt, and the Blickensderfer No. 5. Includes images (with 3-D rotation ability) and short essays about the typewriters, and an overview of typewriter parts. Created by the Cornell University Department of Design and Environmental Analysis to feature items from the collection of the History Center of Tompkins County, New York.
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Sat., Sept. 29, 2007 - Typing Tutors

Typing Tutors
From the site:
“Nothing to download, nothing to pay, today's picks offer free online touch typing lessons and typing games. Whether you call it keyboarding or typing, are teaching yourself, or looking for supplemental practice outside the classroom, these sites fit the bill.”
Page includes 8 links to sites (5 annotated, 3 Honorable Mentions)


Sat., Sept. 29, 2007 - How Stuff Works: Dreams

How Dreams Work
From the site:
“find out what scientists say is happening in our brains when we dream and why we have trouble remembering these night-time story lines.”
[NOTE: Other pages from previously posted. -
Phyllis ]


Sat., Sept. 29, 2007 - River of Words: Annual Environmental Poetry and Art Contest

River of Words: Annual Environmental Poetry & Art Contest
Conducted in affiliation with The Library of Congress Center for the Book
From the site:
"River of Words" environmental art and poetry contest for young people in grades K-12. The contest is designed to promote literacy, the arts and environmental awareness.
Students may enter on their own or as part of a group. About 100 poems and artworks from national and international students are selected as finalists each year. In addition to the international prize in either art or poetry, eight grand prize winners are chosen from the U.S. entries (four in poetry and four in art, in four age categories), and a special prize is awarded for a haiku poem.

The deadlines for the 2007–2008 contest are Feb. 15, 2008 (U.S), and March 1, 2008 (international). For further details and a complete list of current and past winners and finalists, visit

Friday, September 28, 2007


Fri., Sept. 28, 2007 - Using Latitude and Longitude

Using Latitude and Longitude
From the site:
“Imagine a single dot on a ping pong ball. How would you describe its location?
It would be quite difficult.
The same is true of locations on the Earth's surface.
Geographers have solved this problem by creating latitude lines and longitude lines.”


Fri., Sept. 28, 2007 - Sputnik Escalates the Cold War / History and the Headlines

Site found in:
From: Classroom
Subject: This Week's Educational Programming Update
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2007

Announcing an Exciting New Web Resource from ABC-CLIO, The History
Channel, and National History Day entitled History and the Headlines:
Sputnik Escalates the Cold War

History and the Headlines is a free online resource from ABC-CLIO
Schools and leading history organizations designed to provide you with
authoritative and engaging information to help students dissect and
understand important events. ABC-CLIO Schools, The History Channel,
and National History Day, Inc. have teamed up to bring you an in-depth
look at how the Sputnik launch ignited the space race and escalated
the Cold War arms race. Focusing on the impact of the 1957 launch in
the United States and the Soviet Union, this fascinating website
provides primary sources, video clips, expert analysis, and engaging
activities on the conflict that held the world in its grip for nearly
fifty years. Log on to the site at
[Shortened URL: to explore this
exciting new classroom resource online descriptions of projects that
teachers around the country have created.

[NOTE: Select from menu: Add me to Your Mailing List and sign up for
ABC-CLIO History and the Headlines, FREE email newsletter with context
and analysis on breaking news around the world. – Phyllis ]


Fri., Sept. 28, 2007 - Civil Right Voices

Sites found in:
The Cool Tricks and Trinkets Newsletter # 459 6/14/07

Civil Rights Voices

The Civil Rights movement of the 1960's was sparked and led by intrepid
figures such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, and Malcolm
X. But like any true historic change, it was only made possible with the
help of thousands of other passionate people that are rarely mentioned in
history books.

"Voices of Civil Rights", created by the Library of Congress, is a living
memorial to the individuals and anonymous activists who so tirelessly
marched, walked, struggled, fought, and dreamed in the name of
equality. Visitors can read extraordinary stories of courage by those who
participated, view a Virtual Timeline of the Civil Rights Movement, and
discover how young people and activists today are picking up where the
previous generation has left off to fight for tolerance, equality, and
justice for all.
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Fri., Sept. 28, 2007 - PBS: The War / The Good War and Those Who Refused to Fight It

Sites found in:
PBS Teachers Newsletter: September 30 - October 6, 2007

The War
On-Air & Online
Gr. 9-12
Sunday, September 30, 2007
8 - 10:30 pm
On the Western Front, American and British troops massed on the
German border are desperately short of fuel. Over the next
three months, American soldiers are ordered into some of
Germany's most fiercely defended terrain. In movie theaters
back home, Americans cheer the newsreels of General MacArthur's
"return." But months of bloody fighting lie ahead before the
Philippine Islands are liberated. (CC, Stereo, HD, 1 year)

Log on to the companion Web site to hear an interview with Ken
Burns and download the viewer's guide.

The War
The Ghost Front
On-Air & Online
Gr. 9-12
Monday, October 1, 2007
8 - 10:03 pm
By December 1944, Americans have become weary of the war. In
the Pacific, American progress has been slow and costly, with
each island more fiercely defended than the last. In Europe, no
one is prepared for the massive counterattack Hitler launches
on December 16 in the Ardennes Forest in Belgium and Luxemburg.
At Yalta, Allied leaders agree on a plan that includes massive
bombing raids aimed at German oil facilities, defense
factories, roads, railways and cities. In March alone, Allied
warplanes drop almost as many bombs as they have dropped in the
preceding three years combined. (CC, Stereo, HD, 1 year)

Log on to the companion Web site to hear an interview with Ken
Burns and download the viewer's guide.

The War
A World Without War
On-Air & Online
Gr. 9-12
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
8 - 10:30 pm
In mid-April, Americans are shocked by President Roosevelt's
death; many do not even know the name of their new president,
Harry Truman. Meanwhile, as Allied forces rapidly push across
Germany from the east and west, American and British troops
discover for themselves the true horrors of the Nazi's
industrialized barbarism. Finally, on May 8, with their country
in ruins and their fuehrer dead by his own hand, the Nazis
surrender. As the Americans prepare to move on to Japan itself,
more terrible losses seem inevitable. Allied leaders at Potsdam
set forth the terms under which they will agree to end the war,
but for most of Japan's rulers, unconditional surrender remains
unthinkable. (CC, Stereo, HD, 1 year)

Log on to the companion Web site to hear an interview with Ken
Burns and download the viewer's guide.

The War
A Necessary War
On-Air & Online
Gr. 9-12
Wednesday, October 3, 2007
9 - 11:30 pm
A repeat of the first episode of the seven-part documentary
series directed and produced by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick
explores the history and horror of the Second World War from an
American perspective by following the fortunes of so-called
ordinary men and women who become caught up in one of the
greatest cataclysms in human history. (CC, Stereo HD, 1 year)

Log on to the companion Web site to hear an interview with Ken
Burns and download the viewer's guide.


The Good War and Those Who Refused to Fight It
On-Air & Online
Thursday, October 4, 2007
10:00 - 11:00 pm
This program sheds light on an often ignored part of the World
War II saga -- the story of American conscientious objectors
who refused to fight "the good war." It is a story of personal
courage, idealism and nonconformity based on both ethical and
religious beliefs -- about men whose love of country could not
extend to killing. Ed Asner narrates the film by Judith Ehrlich
and Rick Tejada-Flores. (CC, Stereo, 1 Year)
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Copyright 2007 PBS Online

Thursday, September 27, 2007


Thurs., Sept. 27, 2007 - A Periodic Table of Visualization Methods

A Periodic Table of Visualization Methods

Source: BoingBoing
is an online introductory tutorial about how data, abstract thoughts, and concepts can be graphically represented to more easily gain useful insights. One of their knowledge map examples is this excellent Periodic Table of Visualization Methods. Rolling your mouse over each form of visualization brings up an example of the technique. It looks like it would very useful if you think a visualization is in order but you're not sure which specific kind to try.”


Thurs., Sept. 27, 2007 - ChemiPlus Periodic Table

Chemistry periodic table.


Thurs., Sept. 27, 2007 - Grand Canyon Skywalk

--------Forwarded Message--------
Site of the Day for Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Grand Canyon Skywalk

Today's site presents an overview of the recently opened glass bridge, the
Grand Canyon Skywalk. Acrophobic Gentle Subscribers, who know that a
website is as close as they will come to this dizzying structure, will find
information about its construction and some startling facts.

"The Skywalk [is] the first-ever cantilever shaped glass walkway to suspend
more than 4,000 feet above the canyon’s floor and extend 70 feet from the
canyon’s rim." - from the website

The site features a selection of photos illustrating the construction
process of this spectacular glass bridge, along with reassuring details
about its engineering safety specifications. A notable highlight provides a
graphical perspective illustrating a height comparison among some of the
world's most famous soaring structures, such as the Sears, Taipei, and
Petronas Towers, all of which pale in comparison to the breathtaking height
of the Skywalk cantilever above the canyon's floor. Tour information is
included for prospective visitors.

Hike over to the site for a view of this dramatic structure at:

A.M. Holm
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Thurs., Sept. 27, 2007 - Tips for Successful Student-Created Videos

Sites found in:

InfoBytes Newsletter
May 23, 2007
Editor: Karen Franker
This e-newsletter is brought to you by University of Wisconsin-Stout School of Education.
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Featured Topic - Tips for Successful Student-Created Videos

Ten Tips for Capturing Great Video
The Apple Computer staff provides a checklist of ten important things to consider when shooting a video.

Windows XP: Get Started With Windows Movie Maker
The staff at Microsoft has developed an online “how to” center for using Movie Maker to edit and add titles to digital videos.
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iMovie HD Support
The Apple in Education site provides detailed support for how to work with video clips, titles, special effects and audio files in iMovie HD.

Digital Kids Club
The Adobe Software staff has created a variety of digital video lessons with step-by-step instructions accompanied by screen shots.

Video Project Rubric
An excellent rubric to use when evaluating student video projects.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007


Wed., Sept. 26, 2007 - A History of Light and Lighting

A History of Light and Lighting
Edition: 2.3 - (2005)
Includes science, history and art.


Wed., Sept. 26, 2007 - The Office of News and Public Information Webcast Archive / Beyond Discovery: Science Behind Technological & Medical Advances

The National Academies Webcast Archive
Webcasts are available from 1999 to the present.

From the site:
“The Office of News and Public Information conducts public briefings, news conferences and other meetings live on the World Wide Web. Below is an archive of audio files.”

“The National Academies perform an unparalleled public service by bringing together committees of experts in all areas of scientific and technological endeavor. These experts serve pro bono to address critical national issues and give advice to the federal government and the public.

Four organizations comprise the Academies: the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council.”

SEE ALSO: Beyond Discovery
From the site:
“Beyond Discovery: The Path from Research to Human Benefit is a series of articles that trace the origins of important recent technological and medical advances. Each story reveals the crucial role played by basic science, the applications of which could not have been anticipated at the time the original research was conducted.”
Many of the articles are also available in Spanish, Chinese and German.

[NOTE: National Academies Press
“Read more than 3,700 books online FREE!” - previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Wed., Sept. 26, 2007 - Discovery of Global Warming / A Nanotechnology Consumer Products Inventory (2)

Sites found in:
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Websites you can trust!
NEW THIS WEEK, June 7, 2007

Read This Online :


The Discovery of Global Warming
Expansion of a 2003 book that "tells the history of climate change research as a single connected narrative." Topics include influences on climate (such as the greenhouse effect and aerosols), models of climate change, climate modification schemes (such as rainmaking), and social relationships and climate changes. Also includes a timeline through the 1970s and bibliography. From the director of the Center for History of Physics of the American Institute of Physics (AIP).
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[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


A Nanotechnology Consumer Products Inventory
"While not comprehensive, this inventory gives the public the best available look at the 450+ nanotechnology-based consumer products currently on the market." Search includes options to restrict results by country or categories such as appliances, automotive, or electronics. Site also includes background material about nanotechnology, "the art and science of manipulating matter at the nanoscale ... to create new and unique materials and products." From the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
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[SEE BELOW for another review – Phyllis ]
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--------Forwarded Message--------
Site of the Day for Wednesday, June 13, 2007

A Nanotechnology Consumer Products Inventory

Today's site, from the Woodrow Wilson International Center, provides a list
of the remarkable items produced with nanotechnology features. Gentle
Subscribers, who even 15 years ago, assumed that nanotechnology was simply
the stuff of science fiction, may be surprised by the variety and features
of nano products reaching the marketplace.

"After more than twenty years of basic and applied research,
nanotechnologies are gaining in commercial use. Nanoscale materials now are
in electronic, cosmetics, automotive and medical products. But it has been
difficult to find out how many "nano" consumer products are on the market
and which merchandise could be called "nano." ... While not comprehensive,
this inventory gives the public the best available look at the 450+
nanotechnology-based consumer products currently on the market." - from the

The site lists more than 500 hundred products which have already hit the
shelves. From cotton sheets, treated with nano-silver to reduce the
presence of disease-causing microbes, to golf club shafts with a nano
enhancement to make them stronger and lighter weight, the inventory
includes specific details and photos of each product from the
manufacturer's specifications. The list is searchable by country or
category, and visitors can browse through it alphabetically. In addition, a
short and optimistic primer on nanotechnology also offers relevant links to
learn more.

Beam over to the site for an astonishing array of nano products on the
market at:

A.M. Holm
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Wed., Sept. 26, 2007 - Climate Change: A Guide to the Information and Disinformation

Site found in:
June 8-14, 2007
Resource of the Week —
Climate Change: A guide to the information and disinformation
by Shirl Kennedy, Senior Editor
From the review:
“Although its intended audience is journalists, this guide will be of interest to anyone seeking reliable information on what is arguably one of the hottest (no pun intended) and most controversial contemporary issues.

What we have here is basically a nicely organized collection of annotated links to (mostly) online resources, from basic science to government agencies and organizations, to research institutions, environmental groups and more.”

For complete review:
Shortened URL:

Gary Price
Editor, ResourceShelf
The ResourceShelf & DocuTicker Team
"Post via ResourceShelf"
for even more resources visit

Tuesday, September 25, 2007


Tues., Sept. 25, 2007 - Boeing Multimedia: Video/Virtual Tours

---------Forwarded Message--------

Hi! It's Friday, May 18, 2007, and time for a Virtual Field Trip at

Recommended Website:
Boeing Multimedia - Videos/Virtual Tours
[NOTE: Other pages from previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Age Range: All!

Fire up this page, turn on the speakers, gather the kids around, and
be prepared to relinquish the mouse; this website, suggested by list
member Christina Ellyson, is a real winner! (Thank you, Christina!)
There is something here for everyone, from the youngest future
passenger to the die-hard airplane enthusiast.

Note: Every photo says "Choose your bandwidth" at the bottom; just
click the word "download" regardless of your bandwidth. Most of the
downloads are quick; the few that are 10Mb or larger are well worth
the wait.

Whether you need to prepare your little ones for a trip by air this
summer, wish to re-live the memories of past vacations, or just want
to show your children the inside of an airplane without actually
paying for a ticket, the first tour on this page will be handy. The
767-400ER is a large passenger jet, and in addition to economy class
you can peek into the business and first class sections. (Notice the
sleepers!) As with many interactive panoramas of this kind, you can
click the little arrow at the bottom to make "hot spots" visible,
and mouse over the hot spots to see a description of where you will
go if you click them. Move your mouse around to see everything. In
the other tours of this airplane, you can see other parts as well;
take a look at the cockpit! Who do you suppose sits in all those
seats? And take a look at all the controls and dials!

[If this has whet your appetite for control panels, here are a few
more: ]

Further down the page, you can watch some videos of airplanes taking
off and landing. See various planes (commercial, business, and
military) in action from various viewpoints, and even witness the
deployment of an air-to-air missile in slow motion! Watch a plane
roll, take off vertically, and extend its landing gear.

Don't miss the section on Business Jets. If you click on the first
video (WBT, for Worldwide Business Tool), you will be treated to a
view of the interior of the BBJ (Boeing Business Jet). Did you know
that some of these airplanes contain private offices, open
conference areas, and at least one huge bed? There doesn't seem to
be an online virtual tour of the US President's airplane, but the
BBJ should give you some idea of what the interior of a luxury plane
can be! Remember, Air Force One is a Boeing 747-200B. You can see a
photo of it here:

[For comparison, here's the interior of the Hindenberg.]

Inquisitive students who are truly excited about airplane
innovations will want to explore the rest of this site as well;
there's an image gallery, information about Boeing's place in the
history of flight, and even some information about weapons/defense

But there's more! Click on this direct link: Now *this* is a virtual tour! Notice the
menu across the bottom of the screen; that's for navigation. Also,
any time you see a little yellow circle on the screen, that's a "hot
spot;" mouse over it to hear and see an explanation of the image.
(If you missed any hot spots, just click on the word "Hot Spots" at
the top left corner of the screen.) This new plane is scheduled to
begin carrying passengers in 2008.

MaryAnna Cashmore
Diane Flynn Keith
for ClickSchooling
Copyright 2007, All Rights Reserved

Note: We make every effort to recommend websites that have content that is appropriate for general audiences. Parents should ALWAYS preview the sites for suitable content.

Click Schooling (Clickschooling) is a Federally Registered Trademark.


Tues., Sept. 25, 2007 - NASA: Ultra-Efficient Engine Technology: Kid's Page

NASA: Ultra-Efficient Engine Technology Kid’s Page
Page contents: What is Aeronautics? Dynamics of Flight Airplanes Engines History of Flight What is UEET?
Vocabulary Fun and Games Educational Links Lesson Plans


Tues., Sept. 25, 2007 - Data Services and Astronomical Information Center: U.S. Naval Observatory

Source: Astronomical Applications Department of the U.S. Naval Observatory.

Data Services
Sun and Moon rise and set times, Moon phases, eclipses, seasons, positions of solar system objects, and other data

Astronomical Information Center
Background information on common astronomical phenomena, calendars and time, and related topics

This U.S. Naval Observatory resource provides information on many types of astronomical phenomena, including: moon phases, sun and moon positions, eclipses, Day and Night Across the Earth, Time Zones, Holidays, Asteroids, and more.

SEE ALSO: Introduction to Calendars
Astronomy Education Resources

[NOTE: Some pages from this site previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Tues., Sept. 25, 2007 - Shipwreck Central

Shipwreck Central
From the site:
“Eco-Nova dive teams have been traveling the planet searching for and filming shipwreck sites for over a decade. Our goal in all our documentaries has always been to bring you to underwater sites that you might otherwise not see and to tell good factual stories to compliment our amazing underwater visuals. Our Sea Hunters documentaries are our best to date.”

Site includes a shipwreck map, a dive blog and resources for teachers including lesson plans. Click on Help to learn how to use the shipwreck map and videos.
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Sunday, September 23, 2007


Sun., Sept. 23, 2007 - Virtual Museums

Sites to See
Virtual Museums
From the site:
“Discover the Web's best science, art, history, and journalism museums, with highlights of their exhibits, tools, and teaching materials.”


Sun., Sept. 23, 2007 - A Day in the Life of an M.C. Escher Drawing / The St. Nicholas Page at Flying Dreams

Sites found in:
NEAT NEW STUFF, June 15, 2007

A Day in the Life of an M.C. Escher Drawing - YouTube
You'll never look the same way again at that classic staircase drawing.


The St. Nicholas Tribute Page at Flying Dreams
This children's magazine from the 19th and early 20th century featured
work by just about every American author of the period - Twain, Howells,
Alcott, etc. - as well as writing by children (including young Edna St.
Vincent Millay). If you haven't come across it before, enjoy it here.

Neat New Stuff I Found This Week
Copyright, Marylaine Block, 1999-2007.


Sun., Sept. 23, 2007 - Edward Hopper / The Food Timeline

Sites found in:
The Cool Tricks and Trinkets Newsletter #456 5/24/07


Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper's paintings and prints are known for depicted the growing
solitude of life in urban 20th Century America, and he is considered to be
one of the great modern artists of our country. This online exhibition,
courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, features a comprehensive
collection of Hopper's work, including his most popular contributions to
American Art.

The exhibit, entitled "Edward Hopper", consists of over fifty oil
paintings, thirty watercolors, and a moving slideshow of iconic images such
as "Automat", "Chop Suey", "Early Sunday Morning", and
"Nighthawk". Visitors are immediately immersed in Hopper's world; the
bittersweet silence, stoic solitude, and pedestrian beauty that endure as
the artist's signature style. Additionally, there is an interactive,
digitized version of one of Hopper's personal sketchbooks, which offers a
unique peek at some of the initial pencil drawings of his most famous
[NOTE: Another plus of the sketchbook is the ability to turn the pages online, and zoom in on details.
Site also includes a podcast, which is found on “The Artist” page. – Phyllis ]


The Food Timeline

Food lovers and history buffs alike will get a kick out of this culinary
research website. The Food Timeline is a non-profit site that reaches back
over 25,000 years into the long history of food in human society.

Visitors will read about the dietary habits of Vikings, Romans, Mayans, and
other cultures, and discover all sorts of interesting culinary facts (fried
chicken is really older than sushi?). While no Food History timeline is
ever exactly accurate, this is as close as you will come to tracing the
evolution of human food and recipes, from our humble origins of water,
salt, and fish to the recent developments of "tear-free onions" and
"deep-fried Diet Coke."



Sun., Sept. 23, 2007 - The New Yorker Cartoon Animations

The New Yorker Cartoon Animations
From the site:
“The New Yorker has partnered with Ring Tales to present these animated versions of classic New Yorker cartoons.”

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