Thursday, November 21, 2013

November brings a lot of history with it this year. Here we go.

Researcher extraordinaire Bill Lucey talks about the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination by asking journalists to tell their stories.  He also has a post in honor of "Mozart Month" and the composer behind it.

The University of Cincinnati has launched a website commemorating astronaut (and UC professor) Neil Armstrong, full of interactive data and images from earth and space.

It's the end of an era: the Scripps-Howard News Service is going dark after 96 years.

And finally, here's something which may influence the future: Senators Franken and Durbin have introduced the Affordable College Textbook Act.

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