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15
Apr
Exploring Trinidad & Tobago's Digital Divide (Part 2) - Global Voices Online
Through ethnography with enumerators on the ground and some insights from the replies of some users who participated in the Digital Divide Survey in Trinidad and Tobago, we deduce that some people had difficulty with some features of the technology, ...
Source:  Global Voices Online

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15
Apr
Smith: Lindberg earned his title as official White Sox historian - Morris Daily Herald
Late last month, the Morris Public Library hosted a presentation by Chicago White Sox historian Richard Lindberg called "The White Sox" - From the Very Beginning', and the timing was great for the event considering that the dawning of the 2014 baseball ...
Source:  Morris Daily Herald

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15
Apr
Historian: Urgent counselling needed to stem the violence - Trinidad & Tobago Express
Dr Jerome Teelucksingh, St Augustine Campus historian and founder of International Men's Day, says there was an urgent need to implement a "new socialisation" process for boys and girls, men and women, to stem the tide of domestic violence, murders ...
Source:  Trinidad & Tobago Express

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15
Apr
Ace Hotel London / Universal Design Studio - ArchDaily
Immediately facing a conservation area, the area surrounding Ace Hotel London Shoreditch has a rich architectural history, composed of a tightly knit grain of warehouses, shops, residential and industrial buildings. The intent of the fašade is to mesh ...
Source:  ArchDaily

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14
Apr
The Exodus: Does archaeology have a say? - Jerusalem Post
The whole subject of the Exodus is embarrassing to archaeologists. The Exodus is so fundamental to us and our Jewish sources that it is embarrassing that there is no evidence outside of the Bible to support it. So we prefer not to talk about it, and ...
Source:  Jerusalem Post

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14
Apr
How BC's resource and development boom allows a new generation of ... - The Province (blog)
His interest in archaeology, once viewed as the domain of arcane academics, is now a viable career option for students who are passionate about the past and want to dig for a living in their own backyards. And it's mostly thanks to B.C.'s resource and ...
Source:  The Province (blog)

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14
Apr
Museum curator claims trial to forgery - New Straits Times
KUALA LUMPUR: A 59-year-old Royal Malaysian Police Museum curator claimed trial at a Sessions Court here today to forging a document and cheating an event supplier company off RM18, 278.20, three years ago. The accused, superintendent Syed ...
Source:  New Straits Times

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14
Apr
Moon approves Historic Preservation Plan - Timesonline.com
The plan, which was developed using a matching $10,000 Keystone Historic Preservation Grant, provides an inventory of 149 historical sites, including residential and commercial properties, early oil and gas drilling relics and religious sites, among ...
Source:  Timesonline.com

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14
Apr
A historian's son fails to make history - Haaretz (blog)
A historian's son fails to make history. It is the status quo - and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's role in preserving it - that is turning Israel into an apartheid state. By Carolina Landsmann | Apr. 14, 2014 | 3:20 AM ...
Source:  Haaretz (blog)

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14
Apr
Historian queries decision to invite royals to 1916 commemorations - Irish Times
Historian Prof Diarmaid Ferriter has questioned the decision to invite members of the British royal family to the Easter Rising commemorations in 2016. He said the decision was taken without consulting the expert advisory group on the centenary which ...
Source:  Irish Times

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