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Murder She Heard

I’m a big fan of crime. In the shape of novels, TV and radio programmes, of course. From Miss Marple to CSI via Scandinavia, I’ll read, watch, listen to anything criminal. 324 more words

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Research Methods paper on Video Transcription in published in the BSA journal Sociology

As part of the ESR funded project Will Gibson, Helena Webb and Dirk vom Lehn have published a paper that explores new ways in which a reflection on the use of transcript in the examination of video-recorded interaction can aid the analysis. 177 more words

Scientists find how mysterious 'circular RNA' is formed, claim muscular dystrophy link.

Genetic information is stored in DNA, tiny strands of nucleic acid that contain instructions for the functioning of the human body. To express this genetic data, our DNA is copied into RNA molecules, which then translate the instructions into proteins that perform tasks in cells. 475 more words

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'Round Town

The funky opening track from Elvin Jones’ 1971 album Merry-Go-Round, by bassist Gene Perla.

 

Lead Sheet

Week 4

This week in the archive passed pretty smoothly, but I did work with a few unusual manuscripts.

One of the first manuscripts I transcribed and encoded this week was originally separated (by Grier) into two different manuscripts. 282 more words

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Here's Amy....

After my last post, in which I’d lost Amy somewhere in the Antipodes, an acquaintance from New Zealand sent me an email highlighting a couple of news articles from the country’s archives which mention Amy. 717 more words

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IT’S A KIND OF MAGIC 83– FOR GUITARISTS ONLY – FRANCESCO SPINACINO

Leggevo in occasione del compleanno di qualche giorno fa di Dave Mustaine questa memorabile citazione:

“I like jazz, but I could never play it. You just sit there with a guitar the size of a Chevy on your chest, wearing a stupid hat, playing the same solo for an hour”. 80 more words

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