Monthly Archives: January 2018

“The Years Teach Much the Days Never Knew”

Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote that “The years teach much which the days never knew.”  For many of us, that applies not just to the physical world, but the virtual, as well. Historians follow evidence, written and oral, wherever it … Continue reading

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“I Like This Thing”

Post originally published at The Changing Archives Sky on July 12, 2015 Are people wired to feel optimistic? Or to be misanthropic? To react with equanimity? To be resilient? Or to reach for self-pity and speak from a sense of … Continue reading

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