Monthly Archives: May 2014

This Copyright Dispute Helped Give America Rock ‘n’ Roll

And isn’t it ironic that presently, copyright lawsuits are still being used against famous musicians? ‘…The boycott lasted for almost a year. In late 1941, ASCAP signed an agreement with radio stations at terms less generous than it had before … Continue reading

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Famous Actor and Author Only Started Reading at 31

‘I didn’t read a book myself until I was 31 years old.’ An interview with Henry Winkler – award-winning children’s book writer of the Hank Zipzer series and dyslexia awareness campaigner – who adults of certain age will forever know … Continue reading

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Very Significant 2 Weeks

For years, my everyday routine was the same. Mainly, I write and read. Then suddenly, my wish to gain fat (yes, fat, not weight) happened. A few days later, I regretted the wish—where I gain fat, I also gain allergy. … Continue reading

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Mystery in Centuries-Old Copy of Odyssey Solved

Originally posted on Plato on-line:
It’s easy to guess why the annotator willed to be anonymous. When you’re inpossession of a ‘treasure’, you keep it a secret. ‘Officials’, or worse hired goons, will try to snatch it from you if…

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