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Mind Time Capsule


John Denver sang a song that said, “Some days are diamonds, some days ate stone.” This is true for all of us. Our minds are like the new Amazon recorder that records us even when it is off and supposed to be asleep. 185 more words


Oshogatsu Family Festival and Time Capsules

We attended the Oshogatsu Family festival at the Japanese American National Museum (JANM) in Little Tokyo (Los Angeles) on Sunday and it was so much fun!   266 more words


Time Capsule #2: Names and Happiness of the World

The years I’m very good, Santa leaves an Old Farmers Almanac in my Christmas stocking. I’ve always loved reading it. Not that I ever use the astronomical calculations or the tide tables. 168 more words


New Year’s Resolutions: Public Outreach

Exhibits are an important part of sharing information with the public and making historical items accessible. They also provide an opportunity to educate visitors on specific topics and showcase items of importance to the community. 268 more words

Residents In Maplewood, New Jersey Open Mysterious Time Capsule From 19th Century

MAPLEWOOD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A time capsule was opened in Maplewood, New Jersey on Saturday, where it was hidden more than a century ago.

The sound of a drill on an old, dusty metal box is hardly enough to draw a crowd of hundreds to the Maplewood library on a Saturday morning, but it wasn’t just any box, CBS2’s Ali Bauman reported.  243 more words


Review: The End of Eternity by Isaac Asimov

“It is in meeting the great tests that mankind can most successfully rise to great heights. Out of danger and restless insecurity comes the force that pushes mankind to newer and loftier conquests.

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