Monthly Archives: December 2014

Apostrophe.

by Kirsten Rian.   The first word spoken on the moon was okay I’ve begun quoting you, that’s the language—now The first telegraph message tapped by Samuel Morse, what hath God wrought? The first words spoken over the telephone by … Continue reading

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Grit, Not Glamour.

by David D. Horowitz. “In first place and still champion is…!” How seemingly glamorous—to be a champion! Yet, “first” can also imply “pioneer,” and pioneers’ lives are rarely glamorous. Nor are many pioneers famous for their efforts. Indeed, their work is … Continue reading

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