Were the production elements solid? Sure. Was the script well crafted? For the most part. Is it useful that NPTC has talkbacks after the show and partnered with CAPE? Amen. It was actually the second ceremony marking the museum’s opening. It had been scheduled to be completed by July, and a July 4 celebration topped a week of dedication events. But it was closed again after that ceremony to allow workers to finish exhibits.
Spiro Agnew, the vice president under Richard Nixon, had been forced to leave office for tax evasion I believe, and Gerald Ford had been appointed Vice President. Now with the Nixon resignation, the US had it’s first, and hopefully last, appointed president. There was fighting in Belfast, Cyprus, Greece, and Chile.
Two years after his ouster as Groupon’s CEO, Andrew Mason is embarking on a new entrepreneurial journey selling unconventional audio tours of major cities on a new iPhone app called Detour.The initial selection of seven different San Francisco expeditions released Tuesday meander from the city’s beatnik bars to the weathered docks of the bay while regaling listeners with colorful tales about local lore. Each excursion costs $5.If Detour follows the course being charted by Mason, the audio tours will span the world within the next five years and the app will become a standard accessory for vacationers or city dwellers just looking for a fun way to learn more about where they live.”Most of the audio tours that exist today are about what’s popular inside museums,” Mason says. “So what we are trying to do is turn the world into a museum.”Mason, 34, became rich by trying to create the world’s biggest bargain bin.
Moving on, Canseco claimed in 1988 he was singled out as a steroids user while white players such as Mark McGwire were not. Canseco highlighted a story in the Washington Post by Thomas Boswell, who, Canseco wrote, claimed Canseco used steroids, yet offered no evidence for such an accusation. Canseco thought this article kept him from getting a million dollar endorsement from Pepsi and perhaps other endorsements as well.
As I briefly touched on in my previous blogs, this class has been a very unique one, in the sense that I’ve never taken a class quite like this one before. The History of Paper is not a common topic, nor is it a point of interest to most people. I don’t think you’ll find anyone in casual conversation just off handedly mentions when the paper in the book you are holding was invented or how that particular book was bound or even just provide random facts about the history of the paper itself.