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an oral history of the #hashtag




whether you first knew # as a number sign, the pound symbol, or a tic-tac-toe board, its incarnation as the hashtag has changed language for millions. the post an oral history of the #hashtag appeared first on wired.



nhgri oral history collection features influential genomics researchers




image: this is a timeline of our genomics history. view more credit: ernesto del aguila iii, nhgria collection of oral history videos released today by the national human genome research institute (nhgri) features candid conversations with pioneering genomics researchers and an interactive discussi...



book breaking and book mending




in january, karin wulf, a history professor at william and mary, wrote an installment for her blog, vast early america, that promised to teach “how to gut a (scholarly) book in 5 almost-easy steps.” the blog post, which described a process for getting the gist of a book without having to read it...



best-selling author jean stein dies in new york aged 83




(new york) — jean stein, an author who wrote best-selling oral histories, has died in new york city. she was 83.authorities say stein apparently killed herself by jumping from the penthouse floor of a building in upper manhattan on sunday. she was pronounced dead at the scene.stein was a former ed...



nixon goes to china (part 1)




this episode of whistlestop travels back to feb. 21, 1972, when president richard nixon, a staunch anti-communist, begins the thawing of relations with china with a personal visit to the country. whistlestop is slate’s podcast about presidential history. hosted by political gabfest host john dicke...



canceled halo chronicles is finally detailed in epic halo oral history




343 industriesshare this storythe halo game series received its first-ever comprehensive oral history on tuesday, courtesy of vice waypoint contributor steve haske. the post includes a whopping 35,000 words on the series' history told by 16 major members of the bungie and halo development teams.it'...



“the great patriotic war”




are you watching the final season of the americans? please join other slate readers in an open thread discussion of episode 5 in the comment section on this page. and make sure to listen to slate’s insider podcast. (editor’s note: this conversation may include spoilers.) this is an experimental ...



nixon goes to china (part 3 of 3)




listen to whistlestop via apple podcasts, overcast, spotify, stitcher, google play, or wherever you get your podcasts. this episode of whistlestop travels back to february 1972, when president nixon abandoned a much-needed shower in order to rush off and meet chairman mao for the first time. whistle...



god save the tsar!




“god save the tsar!,” the russian empire’s national anthem for much of the 19th century, was first performed on this day in 1833. you may use the comment thread on this page to discuss the history of russian anthems, or to pursue other points of off-topic, freewheeling discourse. find previous...



kennedy and communism (part 2)




listen to whistlestop via apple podcasts, overcast, spotify, stitcher, google play or wherever you get your podcasts. this episode of whistlestop travels back to june 1961, when president john f. kennedy sits down with soviet premier nikita khrushchev in vienna. whistlestop is slate’s podcast abou...



kennedy and communism (part 3)




listen to whistlestop via apple podcasts, overcast, spotify, stitcher, google play or wherever you get your podcasts. this episode of whistlestop travels back to june 1961 and the aftermath of president john f. kennedy’s meeting with soviet premier nikita khrushchev in vienna. whistlestop is slate...



kennedy and communism (part 1 of 2)




listen to whistlestop via apple podcasts, overcast, spotify, stitcher, google play or wherever you get your podcasts. this episode of whistlestop travels back to june 3, 1961, as president john f. kennedy prepared to hobble on stage for his first high-stakes summit with a soviet leader. whistlestop ...



slower than handwriting




on this day in 1829, 189 years ago, an inventor named william austin burt patented a typographer, an early writing machine and forerunner to the typewriter. you may use the comment thread on this page to discuss the history of mechanical writing machines, or to pursue other points of off-topic, free...



the angle: tamper, tamper edition




it’s enough: renato mariotti and alex whiting think the evidence that paul manafort tampered with witnesses is quite convincing. here’s their case. this guy: trump’s ambassador to germany richard allen grenell is a real troll, and has said some dangerous things supporting far-right movements i...



1 in 9 men have oral hpv




human papillomavirus (hpv) is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections in the u.s. it’s so common that federal experts say that nearly every sexually active man or woman will be infected with at least one strain at some point in their lives.hpv can infect many different parts of the ...



oral communication provides better outcomes for children with cochlear implants




image: utd researchers say oral communication provides better outcomes for children with cochlear implants. view more credit: ut dallasin a new, multisite study of deaf children with cochlear implants, ut dallas researchers have found that children with either no exposure or limited exposure to si...



nixon goes to china (part 2 of 3)




listen to whistlestop via apple podcasts, overcast, spotify, stitcher, google play or wherever you get your podcasts. this episode of whistlestop travels back to july 10, 1971, when henry kissinger is reported to have suffered a terrible stomachache while abroad. in fact, he was really working cover...



the culture gabfest “grasping at straws” edition




listen to culture gabfest no. 513 with stephen metcalf, dana stevens, and julia turner with the audio player below. or find the culture gabfest via apple podcasts, overcast, spotify, stitcher, or google play. on this week’s slate plus, dana, julia, and stephen debate the importance of reading a bo...



oral storytelling skills impact reading differently for african american boys an




image: a number of factors foster strong storytelling skills among young african american preschoolers, which has implications for their development as readers. view more credit: courtesy of unc's frank porter graham child development institute.the oral storytelling skills of african american pres...



researchers make important bacterial discovery in oral pre-cancer condition




scientists at the school of dental science in trinity have made an important discovery involving bacteria and a pre-cancerous growth called oral leuoplakia which can precede oral cancer.the researchers examined the microbiome of oral leukoplakia in order to determine if certain bacteria were associa...



how many different recordings of the armour hot dog theme song can you listen to




why, some may say, does this slate post have a bunch of different recordings of the armour hot dog theme song embedded in it, particularly given that armour hot dogs has neither requested nor paid slate any promotional consideration? why recordings of the armour hot dog theme song? why choose this a...



#onegreatwoman: oral lee brown




copied!oral lee brown promised a group of 1st graders she would pay for college if they stayed in school. but her generosity didn’t end there.mar.21.2018



oral bacteria may help forensic scientists estimate time since death




accurately determining the time since death is an important aspect of forensic sciences and casework. new research indicates that this might be achieved by examining changes in the bacterial communities of the mouth that occur after death. three donated individuals (one male and two females) were st...



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