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Olson: Military story ES GILES ON MILTON GILES MILTON GILES MILTOH CONNOR LVNNE OL LYNNE OLSON melling authsr ef CIZE FIRST HERGES ADAN PCA JOHN MOSIER 5ITIZENS OF DION &. SCHOSTER CONDON PAPERBACKE PHILLIPS PAYSON O'BRIEN PICADOR PICADOR THE AMERICAN S WHO roOD WITH BRITAIN IN ITS PICADOR PICADOR DARKEST, FINEST HOUR DUTTON Young Woman Wh st Spy Network Ag. "Engaging and original, rich in anecdote and analysis, his is a teeriie work of history." ON MEACHAM, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of American Lian PRESS SAJER CIVIL WAR WRITER, S. M. PLOKHY SAILOR. SOLOIER. YALTA SPY A MARVEL COMICS EVENT ERNEST NEMINGWAY'S HE PRICE KICKOLAS BEYNOLOS MILLAR MCNIVEN VINES HOLLOWELL OXFORU SARAH SARA ROSE ROSE TARGARDT A MATTER OF HONOR SYMONDS PEARL HARBOR: BETRAYAL. BLAME AND FAMILY'S QUEST POR JUSTICE ANTHONY SUMMERS & OBBYN SWAN EUROPE HITNER BETWEEN HITLER AND STALIN MACARTHUR YAMASHITA and the BATTLÀ of MANILA A GLOBAL BIOGRAPHY BASIC BASI BOOKS BOOKS OXIORD NORTON DLape BRENDAN SIMMS POGFIGHT 3) MASTERS AND COMBMANDERS D-DAY GIRLS CAMPAIGN . THE SOLOMONS 1943-44 ANDR EW AIR CAMPAIOH 7 SINK THE TIRPITZ 1942-44 US Marine vs Japanese Inlsatyman Cdalanal 1942-43 MARK STILLE COMBAT LAST HOPE ISLAND ANGUS KONSTAM OSPREY Gonden L Rotman OsEY LYNNE OLSON D-DAY GIRLS RAWICZ THE LONG WALK BENN LAST HOPE ISLAND RONALD C. SUDDEN COURAGE ROSBOTTOM LYNNE OLSON BENT A GENIUS FOR DECEPTION NICHOLAS RANKIN RONALD C. SUDDEN COURAGE ROSBOTTOM THE FORGOTTEN SOLDIER O SUDDEN COURAGE MONALD C ROSBOTTOM GEORGE DAVID L. ISLANDS OF DESTINY JOHN PRADOS The Sutomens Campaign nd the Esipse of the Rising a MARSHALL ROLL VOICES OF THE CODE BREAKERS MICHAEL PATERSON DEFENDER OF THE REPUBLIC DUNKIRH THE THOMPSON THOMAS McKELVEY CLEAVER CITIZENS OF LONDON FROZEN CHOSEN THE HIDDEN PLACES OF WORLD WAR II SY MIRACLE AT GORDON W. PRANGE IMAGES OF AR PANZER I & II: THE BIRTH OF HITLER'S PANZERWAFFE WITH DONALD M. GOLDSTEIN ANTHONY TUCKER-JONES MIDWAY AND KATHERINE V. DILLON CAMPAIGN 06 LUZON 194s CLAYTON KS. CHUN NORMANDY CRUCIBLE JOHN PRADOS THE DECISIVE BATTLE THAT SHAPED WORLD WAR II IN EUROPE ALL THE GALLANT MEN DONALD STRATTON WORLD WAR II INFOGRAPHICS S e WITH THE OLD BREED E. SLEDGE 3 WITH THE OLD BREED LB.SLEDCE I3 I BLOODLANDS Börmenn Brotherhood e The Tizard Mission Stephen Phelps Slevenson THE LIBERATION JEAN RICHARD OVERY 1999 COUNTDOWN TO WAR OF PARIS- EDWARD SMITH ROOSEVELT'S SECRET WAR THE STORM ON OUR SHORES MARK OBMASCIK JOSEPH E, PERSICO THE LIBERATION JEAN OF PARIS EDWARD SMITH THE STORM ON OUR SHORES MARK OBMASCIK Killing the Rising Sun MARTIN DASARD BILL O'REILLY THE GERMAN WAR Killing the Rising Sun MARTIN DUGARD THE SECOND MOST POWERFUL MAN IN THE WORLD BILL O'REILLY Rkna Vamied PRELUDE TO STALINGRAD STACKPOLE BOOKS SDVIZHKO Killing the Rising Sun Killing the Rising Sun MARTIN Tea Awra hangsiss BILL O'REILLY DUCARD NO SURRENDER RAMPAGE ANDREW NAGORSKI MARTIN BILL O'REILLY& JAMES J. SHEERAN Ber kuerica Vanpnled THE NAZI HUNTERS World War il lagan DUGARD CRAIG NELSON JAMES M. SCOTT Hitler's Last Pplot IAN SAYER AND JEREMY DRONFIELD THE YEAR GERMANY ANDREW 1941 LOST THE WAR NAGORSKI Think. Write, Speak Vladimir Nabokov BRIAN MURPHY 81 DAYS BELOW ZER0 HITLER STALIN OPERATION NEPTUNE CODE GIRLS STEVE TWOMEY COUNTDOWN TO PEARL HARBOR LIZA MUNDY STEVE TWOMEY COUNTDOWN TO PEARL HARBOR PACIFIC PAYBACK The Strange Death of World War E's Mest Audacious GeDeral BILL O'REILLY MARTIN & Killing Patton STEPHEN L. MOORE DUGARD THE CARRIER AVIATORS WH O AVENGED PEARL HARBOR AT THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY THE BATTLE OF THE DENMARK STRAIT ROBERT J. WINKLARETH The Strange Dealh ot World War 's Mast Audarious Genral BILL O'REILLY MARTIN & Killing Patton BUGARD DESERT FOX MITEHAM J- & Killing Patton The Suange Death ef orid War's Most Aadacios Geral BILL O'REILLY MARTIN DUGARD CHURCHILL'S MINISTRY OF UNGENTLEMANLY WARFARE THE HAVERICKS WHO PLOTTED HITLER'S DEFEAT Killing Patton BILL O'REILLY The Strange Death of MARTIN World War l's Most tadacious GeOal DUGARD CHURCHILL'S MINISTRY OF UNGENTLEMANLY WARFARE THE MAVERICKS WHO PLOTTED HITLER'S DEFEAT MARTIN Killing Patton the Stranpe Deah of Werld Wa i's Msi ludaious Ceral BILL O'REILLY DUGARD CHURCHILL'S MINISTRY OF UNGENTLEMANLY WARFARE THE MAVERICKS WHO PLOTTED NITLER'S DEFEAT MARTIN Killing Patton The Se Drath of Werld u Mai luaci General BILL O'REILLY DUGARD CHURCHILL'S MINISTRY OF UNGENTLEMANLY WARFARE me_irl
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 SAJER
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 WRITER,
 S. M.
 PLOKHY
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 YALTA
 SPY
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 ERNEST
 NEMINGWAY'S
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 KICKOLAS
 BEYNOLOS
 MILLAR MCNIVEN VINES HOLLOWELL
 OXFORU
 SARAH SARA
 ROSE
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 TARGARDT
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 OF HONOR
 SYMONDS
 PEARL
 HARBOR:
 BETRAYAL.
 BLAME AND
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 EUROPE
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 MASTERS AND COMBMANDERS
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 CAMPAIGN .
 THE SOLOMONS 1943-44
 ANDR EW
 AIR CAMPAIOH
 7 SINK THE TIRPITZ 1942-44
 US Marine vs Japanese Inlsatyman Cdalanal 1942-43
 MARK STILLE
 COMBAT
 LAST HOPE ISLAND
 ANGUS KONSTAM
 OSPREY
 Gonden L Rotman
 OsEY
 LYNNE OLSON
 D-DAY GIRLS
 RAWICZ
 THE LONG WALK
 BENN
 LAST HOPE ISLAND
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 SUDDEN COURAGE
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 BENT
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 THE FORGOTTEN SOLDIER O
 SUDDEN COURAGE MONALD C
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 ISLANDS OF DESTINY
 JOHN PRADOS
 The Sutomens Campaign nd the Esipse of the Rising a
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 ROLL
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 PATERSON
 DEFENDER OF THE REPUBLIC
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 BOOKS
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 Killing the
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 NO SURRENDER
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 JAMES J. SHEERAN
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 THE NAZI HUNTERS
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 DUGARD
 CRAIG NELSON
 JAMES M. SCOTT
 Hitler's Last Pplot
 IAN SAYER AND
 JEREMY DRONFIELD
 THE YEAR GERMANY
 ANDREW
 1941
 LOST THE WAR
 NAGORSKI
 Think. Write, Speak
 Vladimir
 Nabokov
 BRIAN
 MURPHY
 81 DAYS BELOW ZER0
 HITLER STALIN
 OPERATION
 NEPTUNE
 CODE GIRLS
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 TWOMEY
 COUNTDOWN TO
 PEARL HARBOR
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 DUGARD
 THE CARRIER AVIATORS WH O AVENGED
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Olson: Verizon 27% 1:17 AM during my freshman year of high school i took geometry, and my teacher for that class regularly played music during class while we individually worked on assignments.one time while he was playing a song i liked a lot came on and i said aloud, "wow, i love this song!" a friend of mine who sat across the classroom immediately shouted back, "no one cares about your music taste, ryan."i knew this was lighthearted so i wasn't upset, but good old Mr. Olson didn't know we were friends and assumed i was being bullied-a reasonable assumption, given that i was a very quiet and awkward new kid and reprimanded her, docked points on her assignment, and made her delivery an apology to me in front of the entire class the next day. for the rest of the semester everyone in that class was scared to talk to me because they thought the teacher was going to do the same to them if he heard them being sarcastic with me. this was a legacy that haunted me the entire two years that i attended that high school anyways the reason this is relevant is because that song was "where is my mind" by the pixies which is one of the songs on your profile. cheers iconic as fuck I appreciate that story so much Type a message Send GIF Stitch It! Addy, if you’re out there: I know you cheated off my final exam in bio and six years later I’m still pissed at you. And fuck you for making me dissect the rat by myself.
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 1:17 AM
 during my freshman year of high
 school i took geometry, and my
 teacher for that class regularly
 played music during class while
 we individually worked on
 assignments.one time while he
 was playing a song i liked a lot
 came on and i said aloud, "wow, i
 love this song!"
 a friend of mine who sat across
 the classroom immediately
 shouted back, "no one cares
 about your music taste, ryan."i
 knew this was lighthearted so i
 wasn't upset, but good old Mr.
 Olson didn't know we were
 friends and assumed i was being
 bullied-a reasonable
 assumption, given that i was a
 very quiet and awkward new kid
 and reprimanded her, docked
 points on her assignment, and
 made her delivery an apology to
 me in front of the entire class the
 next day. for the rest of the
 semester everyone in that class
 was scared to talk to me because
 they thought the teacher was
 going to do the same to them if
 he heard them being sarcastic
 with me. this was a legacy that
 haunted me the entire two years
 that i attended that high school
 anyways the reason this is
 relevant is because that song
 was "where is my mind" by the
 pixies which is one of the songs
 on your profile. cheers
 iconic as fuck
 I appreciate that story so much
 Type a message
 Send
 GIF
 Stitch It!
Addy, if you’re out there: I know you cheated off my final exam in bio and six years later I’m still pissed at you. And fuck you for making me dissect the rat by myself.

Addy, if you’re out there: I know you cheated off my final exam in bio and six years later I’m still pissed at you. And fuck you for maki...

Olson: nd Security PATROL 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' star, Kaitlin Olson, has been arrested. No details released as of yet.
Olson: nd Security
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'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' star, Kaitlin Olson, has been arrested. No details released as of yet.

'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' star, Kaitlin Olson, has been arrested. No details released as of yet.

Olson: Big Bird OG I'm gonna tell my kids this is Kaitlin Olson.
Olson: Big
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I'm gonna tell my kids this is Kaitlin Olson.

I'm gonna tell my kids this is Kaitlin Olson.

Olson: Point-Counterpoint: Nigeria Be A Developing Nation, But It Is Rich In Culture Nigeria May of the human spirit. Nigerians don't need money for stereos or CDs: They make their own music! Along with a huge variety of palm costumes. The Ubakala people wonderful thing about Nigeria is the Ever since taking West African His- tory 201, I've been fascinated by the rich cultural ta- all specialize in beautiful dances. The 1shan stilt dancers twist about in the and his stuff is really funlky He's, ike pestry that is Nigeria. Profes- sor Olson really opened my eyes to Nigerian ac- complishments in art, music, and literature. air wearing their multi-colored raffia- the African James Brown But for all that culture, the mos drums, traditional instruments in- clude many kinds of flutes, xylo- phones, and wooden clappers. Music permeates all aspects of life there, in- cluding public assemblies, festivals, weddings, funerals, and storytelling sessions. In fact, in Nigeria, music lit- erally is a language: Giant slit drums are used to relay messages between villages situated along river systems. (At first, I figured it was like Morse Code, but I learned in class that it's actually an extremely sophisticated tonal language system!) There's a West African djembe-a large, goblet- shaped drum-at this store on Uni- versity Avenue for $450 that I totally want to get. The various ethnic groups of Nigeria resolve conflicts and mark the sea- sons of the yam and cocoa-yam har vests with slow, ritualistic stomping while wearing these huge, intricately Gwarni, or a dialect of the Benue-Con carved wooden masks. Doesn't that sound amazing? Of course, I would only be reinforc ing racist stereotypes if I just talked about Nigerians playing drums and dancing. Have you ever heard of the book Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe? He's a Nigerian writer. It's definitely one of the best books I've heritage of Nigeria gives its people ever read.Then there's Wole Soyinka, the strength to overcome the many the Nigerian playwright who won the Nobel Prize in 1986. He had to flee the nation such as itself faces It must be warmth and hospitality of its varied peoples. Whethet they speak Yoruba Edo, ljo. Igbo, 1gala, ldoma, Nupe go subgroup, all Nigerians will greet a visitor to their homes with a piece of boiled meat and a ceremonial food bowl holding a sauce for dipping t's this kind of generosity and kindness that I would really love to experience first-hand someday By Zach Spence University of Vermont Junior What an incred- ibly cool place! It's sad how the media always dwell on the nega- tive aspects of African society. Grant- ed, Nigeria faces some economic challenges (the result of centuries of colonialist exploitation), but I'm sure Nigerians don't concern themselves with thoughts of shallow materialism when they are surrounded every day by such stirring, dynamic expressions As you can see. the rich cultural challenges that a developing African country because the government wanted to kill him. Fela Kuti, the fa mous musician, is also from Nigeria, there! d such an exciting time to be in Nige ria right now. I've got to get ove Get Me Out Of This Godforsaken Hellhole Last month, thieves broke the oil | broken bottles. They attack you money, billions and billions of dollars, it disappears. Millions of us live here pipeline to steal fuel. Many people beat you down.The people somet in the Lagos slums with no electricity rushed out to scoop up the fuel that chase a thief who steals a bag or sewage system. I don't want to spilled out-to use, to sell. Then, smell the garbage rotting in the everything was in flames. Seven hun- Ever since my parents and three brothers died in the gasoline explo- sion last month crowd chases him and throws down and beats him to deat my mind has been dead to the world. Please, streets anymore. God, let streets are very bad. There is sc hatred. dred people died. I saw the tractor No one is safe. The police chase peo- throwing the burned bodies into a ple in the streets and beat them like hole in the ground. My family is If I could get just a little m could try to leave. But I must me leave this place. I have no hope dogs. This new general, Abubakar, he for my country. I see it in thePresident Babangida, he stole $12 bil glassy-eyed stares of the The month before that, the soldiers money for food. There is no ge threw my grandmother out a window to buy in the streets. There ar The soldiers, they set up roadblocks They stop anybody trying to drive past, and they take all their money. I see people walking down the street in broad daylight who are attacked by criminals. Men with knives, sticks somewhere in that hole. tors. I am still young. I don get sick and starve. I don't vw killed by the police. Please me. Shango, Ogun, Ifa, pre don't want to die. I have to is no better than the ones before. By Bitek Okoye Nigarian lion from the Nigerian people. When people ask where the money goes, they are shot. They shoot people every Sunday on Victoria Beach. The bodies wash up on the sand after they throw them in the ocean people on the street. We have nothing. We have been ruled by fat generals who promise elections but steal all the money from the people. The oil here. d Me_irl
Olson: Point-Counterpoint: Nigeria
 Be A Developing Nation, But It Is Rich In Culture
 Nigeria May
 of the human spirit.
 Nigerians don't need money for
 stereos or CDs: They make their own
 music! Along with a huge variety of palm costumes. The Ubakala people wonderful thing about Nigeria is the
 Ever since taking West African His-
 tory 201, I've been fascinated by the
 rich cultural ta-
 all specialize in beautiful dances. The
 1shan stilt dancers twist about in the
 and his stuff is really funlky He's, ike
 pestry that is
 Nigeria. Profes-
 sor Olson really
 opened my eyes
 to Nigerian ac-
 complishments
 in art, music,
 and literature.
 air wearing their multi-colored raffia-
 the African James Brown
 But for all that culture, the mos
 drums, traditional instruments in-
 clude many kinds of flutes, xylo-
 phones, and wooden clappers. Music
 permeates all aspects of life there, in-
 cluding public assemblies, festivals,
 weddings, funerals, and storytelling
 sessions. In fact, in Nigeria, music lit-
 erally is a language: Giant slit drums
 are used to relay messages between
 villages situated along river systems.
 (At first, I figured it was like Morse
 Code, but I learned in class that it's
 actually an extremely sophisticated
 tonal language system!) There's a
 West African djembe-a large, goblet-
 shaped drum-at this store on Uni-
 versity Avenue for $450 that I totally
 want to get.
 The various ethnic groups of Nigeria
 resolve conflicts and mark the sea-
 sons of the yam and cocoa-yam har
 vests with slow, ritualistic stomping
 while wearing these huge, intricately Gwarni, or a dialect of the Benue-Con
 carved wooden masks. Doesn't that
 sound amazing?
 Of course, I would only be reinforc
 ing racist stereotypes if I just talked
 about Nigerians playing drums and
 dancing. Have you ever heard of the
 book Things Fall Apart by Chinua
 Achebe? He's a Nigerian writer. It's
 definitely one of the best books I've heritage of Nigeria gives its people
 ever read.Then there's Wole Soyinka, the strength to overcome the many
 the Nigerian playwright who won the
 Nobel Prize in 1986. He had to flee the nation such as itself faces It must be
 warmth and hospitality of its varied
 peoples. Whethet they speak Yoruba
 Edo, ljo. Igbo, 1gala, ldoma, Nupe
 go subgroup, all Nigerians will greet a
 visitor to their homes with a piece of
 boiled meat and a ceremonial food
 bowl holding a sauce for dipping t's
 this kind of generosity and kindness
 that I would really love to experience
 first-hand someday
 By Zach Spence
 University of Vermont
 Junior
 What an incred-
 ibly cool place!
 It's sad how
 the media always dwell on the nega-
 tive aspects of African society. Grant-
 ed, Nigeria faces some economic
 challenges (the result of centuries of
 colonialist exploitation), but I'm sure
 Nigerians don't concern themselves
 with thoughts of shallow materialism
 when they are surrounded every day
 by such stirring, dynamic expressions
 As you can see. the rich cultural
 challenges that a developing African
 country because the government
 wanted to kill him. Fela Kuti, the fa
 mous musician, is also from Nigeria, there! d
 such an exciting time to be in Nige
 ria right now. I've got to get ove
 Get Me Out Of This Godforsaken Hellhole
 Last month, thieves broke the oil | broken bottles. They attack you
 money, billions and billions of dollars,
 it disappears. Millions of us live here pipeline to steal fuel. Many people beat you down.The people somet
 in the Lagos slums with no electricity rushed out to scoop up the fuel that chase a thief who steals a bag
 or sewage system. I don't want to spilled out-to use, to sell. Then,
 smell the garbage rotting in the everything was in flames. Seven hun-
 Ever since my parents and three
 brothers died in the gasoline explo-
 sion last month
 crowd chases him and throws
 down and beats him to deat
 my mind has
 been dead to the
 world. Please, streets anymore.
 God, let
 streets are very bad. There is sc
 hatred.
 dred people died. I saw the tractor
 No one is safe. The police chase peo- throwing the burned bodies into a
 ple in the streets and beat them like hole in the ground. My family is
 If I could get just a little m
 could try to leave. But I must
 me
 leave this place.
 I have no hope dogs. This new general, Abubakar, he
 for my country.
 I see it in thePresident Babangida, he stole $12 bil
 glassy-eyed
 stares of the
 The month before that, the soldiers money for food. There is no ge
 threw my grandmother out a window to buy in the streets. There ar
 The soldiers, they set up roadblocks
 They stop anybody trying to drive
 past, and they take all their money. I
 see people walking down the street in
 broad daylight who are attacked by
 criminals. Men with knives, sticks
 somewhere in that hole.
 tors. I am still young. I don
 get sick and starve. I don't vw
 killed by the police. Please
 me. Shango, Ogun, Ifa, pre
 don't want to die. I have to
 is no better than the ones before.
 By Bitek Okoye
 Nigarian
 lion from the Nigerian people. When
 people ask where the money goes,
 they are shot. They shoot people every
 Sunday on Victoria Beach. The bodies
 wash up on the sand after they throw
 them in the ocean
 people on the street. We have nothing.
 We have been ruled by fat generals
 who promise elections but steal all
 the money from the people. The oil
 here. d
Me_irl

Me_irl

Olson: Amazing portrait of Kaitlin Olson.
Olson: Amazing portrait of Kaitlin Olson.

Amazing portrait of Kaitlin Olson.

Olson: "We will never make a 32 bit operating system."- Bill Gates Microsoft, Word "There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home. Ken Olson, president, chairman and founder of Digital Equipment Corp "There is practically no chance communications space satellites will be used to provide better telephone, telegraph, televislon, or radio service inside the United States." T. Craven, FCC Commissloner, In 1961. "A rocket will never be able to leave the Earth's atmosphere." New York Times, 1936. "Flight by machines heavier than air is unpractical (sic) and insignificant, if not utterly impossible." - Simon Newcomb "Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible."-Lord Kelvin, British mathematician and physicist. "There will never be a bigger plane built A Boeing engineer, after the first flight of the 247, a twin engine plane that holds ten people. "Nuclear-powered vacuum cleaners will probably be a reality in 10 years."Alex Lewyt, president of vacuum cleaner company Lewyt Corp., in the New York Times in 1955. "The energy produced by the breaking down of the atom is a very poor kind of thing. Anyone who expects a source of power from the transformation of these atoms is talking moonshine."- Ernest Rutherford. "There is not the slightest indication that nuclear energy will ever be obtainable. It would mean that the atom would have to be shattered at will." Albert Einstein The cinema is little more than a fad. It's canned drama. What audiences.really want to see is flesh and blood on the stage. Charlie Chaplin "The horse is here to stay but the automobile is only a novelty a fad."-The president of the Michigan Savings Bank advising Henry Ford's lawyer. "The Americans have need of the telephone, but we do not. We have plenty of messenger boys." -Sir William Preece. "This telephone has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us."-A memo at Western Union, 1878 (or 1876) "I must confess that my imagination refuses to see any sort of submarine doing anything but suffocating its crew and floundering at sea." HG Wells, British novelist, in 1901 "X-rays will prove to be a hoax." - Lord Kelvin, President of the Royal Society, 1883. "The idea that cavalry will be replaced by these iron coaches is absurd. It is little short of treasonous."-Comment of Aide-de-camp to Field Marshal Haig, at tank demonstration, 1916. "How, sir, would you make a ship sail against the wind and currents by lighting a bonfire under her deck?I pray you, excuse me, I have not the time to listen to such nonsense."- Napoleon Bonaparte. "Fooling around with alternating current is just a waste of time. Nobody will use it, ever." -Thomas Edison. BPI BPI "Home Taping is Killing Music campaign by the BPL. A 1980s "Television won't last. It's a flash in the pan." Mary Somerville, pioneer of radio educational broadcasts, 1948. ITelevision) won't be able to hold on to any market it captures after the first six months People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box every night." Darryl Zanuck. "When the Paris Exhibition [of 1878] closes, electric light will close with it and no more will be heard of it."-Oxford professor Erasmus Wilson. "Rail travel at high speed is not possible because passengers, unable to breathe, would die of asphyxias"Dr Dlonysys Larder (1793-1859) "The wireless music box has no imaginable commercial value. Who would paysfor a message sent to no one in particular?"Associates of David Sarnoff responding to the latter s call for investment in the radio in 1921. Here are some science and technology predictions that did not go as planned.
Olson: "We will never make a 32 bit operating
 system."- Bill Gates
 Microsoft,
 Word
 "There is no reason anyone would want a
 computer in their home. Ken Olson,
 president, chairman and founder of Digital
 Equipment Corp
 "There is practically no chance communications
 space satellites will be used to provide better
 telephone, telegraph, televislon, or radio
 service inside the United States." T. Craven,
 FCC Commissloner, In 1961.
 "A rocket will never be able to leave the Earth's
 atmosphere." New York Times, 1936.
 "Flight by machines heavier than air is
 unpractical (sic) and insignificant, if not utterly
 impossible." - Simon Newcomb
 "Heavier-than-air flying machines are
 impossible."-Lord Kelvin, British
 mathematician and physicist.
 "There will never be a bigger plane built A
 Boeing engineer, after the first flight of the 247,
 a twin engine plane that holds ten people.
 "Nuclear-powered vacuum cleaners will
 probably be a reality in 10 years."Alex Lewyt,
 president of vacuum cleaner company Lewyt
 Corp., in the New York Times in 1955.
 "The energy produced by the breaking down of the
 atom is a very poor kind of thing. Anyone who
 expects a source of power from the
 transformation of these atoms is talking
 moonshine."- Ernest Rutherford.
 "There is not the slightest indication that nuclear
 energy will ever be obtainable. It would mean that
 the atom would have to be shattered at will."
 Albert Einstein
 The cinema is little more than a fad. It's canned
 drama. What audiences.really want to see is flesh
 and blood on the stage. Charlie Chaplin
 "The horse is here to stay but the automobile
 is only a novelty a fad."-The president of
 the Michigan Savings Bank advising Henry
 Ford's lawyer.
 "The Americans have need of the telephone, but
 we do not. We have plenty of messenger boys."
 -Sir William Preece.
 "This telephone has too many shortcomings to
 be seriously considered as a means of
 communication. The device is inherently of no
 value to us."-A memo at Western Union, 1878
 (or 1876)
 "I must confess that my imagination refuses to
 see any sort of submarine doing anything but
 suffocating its crew and floundering at sea."
 HG Wells, British novelist, in 1901
 "X-rays will prove to be a hoax." - Lord Kelvin,
 President of the Royal Society, 1883.
 "The idea that cavalry will be replaced by these
 iron coaches is absurd. It is little short of
 treasonous."-Comment of Aide-de-camp to
 Field Marshal Haig, at tank demonstration,
 1916.
 "How, sir, would you make a ship sail against
 the wind and currents by lighting a bonfire
 under her deck?I pray you, excuse me, I have
 not the time to listen to such nonsense."-
 Napoleon Bonaparte.
 "Fooling around with alternating current is
 just a waste of time. Nobody will use it, ever."
 -Thomas Edison.
 BPI
 BPI
 "Home Taping is Killing Music
 campaign by the BPL.
 A 1980s
 "Television won't last. It's a flash in the pan."
 Mary Somerville, pioneer of radio
 educational broadcasts, 1948.
 ITelevision) won't be able to hold on to any
 market it captures after the first six months
 People will soon get tired of staring at a
 plywood box every night." Darryl Zanuck.
 "When the Paris Exhibition [of 1878] closes,
 electric light will close with it and no more
 will be heard of it."-Oxford professor
 Erasmus Wilson.
 "Rail travel at high speed is not possible
 because passengers, unable to breathe, would
 die of asphyxias"Dr Dlonysys Larder
 (1793-1859)
 "The wireless music box has no imaginable
 commercial value. Who would paysfor a message
 sent to no one in particular?"Associates of
 David Sarnoff responding to the latter s call for
 investment in the radio in 1921.
Here are some science and technology predictions that did not go as planned.

Here are some science and technology predictions that did not go as planned.

Olson: NGs*o IS YOUR PHONE SPYING ఆర్ఐయి Dolebook 10:45 80% 10:45 ON YOU? Companies like Snapchat and Google are tracking your online activity. Should you be worried? BY TOD OLSON Amazon remembers what you buy Friday, October 11 Google saves your search history. P fds tr seem bike it knows you a ittle 0mell Xow Spend an afternoon watching tecrall videcs on YouTube. The next day tntcatttuoqd mod coo zoguabr s you like on social media. They even track where keep lists of things you buy. They record what you go during the day. It sounds creepy, right? You can be completely alone when you use your phone. But what you're doing is not private. ouw search ornlime for help fixing your bike tires. Suddenly it seems like the entire internet is Social media Maps track your location. apps know your friends. gying to sell you a mew bike PAUSE AND THINK: Why isn't what you do on your phone private? The faxt is when you go online you 're being wutched Companies are tracking every move FOW make. They know what you search for. They Targeting You So, who exactly is spying on you? And why VOCABULARY data: information that is produced or ored by a computer ident: someone who lives ina icular place rtisers: people who make the public of something so they buy it do they care what you do? The "spies" are companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon. Apps like Subway Surfers or Candy Crush collect data on you too. Part of the reason they do it is to serve you better. For example, Amazon wants to know what books you've bought. If you 've read Harry Potter, it can suggest other fantasy novels for you. But there's another reason these companies are collecting data: to make money selling ads OUs: unknown; not named official set of rules or ideas ONLINE PRIVACY Relax. The Snapchat ghost isn't watching you from inside your phone. companies do collect information about what you do online. How much do they know abe cholastic Action www.scholostic.com/ is the food still popular today? Fskuruui.eswa it13niOnnria The crap schools are teaching now. I died a little when I saw this. This is painful.
Olson: NGs*o
 IS YOUR PHONE
 SPYING
 ఆర్ఐయి
 Dolebook
 10:45
 80%
 10:45
 ON YOU?
 Companies like Snapchat
 and Google are tracking
 your online activity. Should
 you be worried? BY TOD OLSON
 Amazon remembers
 what you buy
 Friday, October 11
 Google saves
 your search history.
 P
 fds tr seem bike it knows you a ittle
 0mell Xow Spend an afternoon watching
 tecrall videcs on YouTube. The next day
 tntcatttuoqd mod coo zoguabr s
 you like on social media. They even track where
 keep lists of things you buy. They record what
 you go during the day.
 It sounds creepy, right? You can be
 completely alone when you use your phone.
 But what you're doing is not private.
 ouw search ornlime for help fixing your bike tires.
 Suddenly it seems like the entire internet is
 Social media
 Maps track
 your location.
 apps know
 your friends.
 gying to sell you a mew bike
 PAUSE AND THINK: Why isn't what you
 do on your phone private?
 The faxt is when you go online you 're being
 wutched Companies are tracking every move
 FOW make. They know what you search for. They
 Targeting You
 So, who exactly is spying on you? And why
 VOCABULARY
 data: information that is produced or
 ored by a computer
 ident: someone who lives ina
 icular place
 rtisers: people who make the public
 of something so they buy it
 do they care what you do?
 The "spies" are companies like Google,
 Facebook, and Amazon. Apps like Subway
 Surfers or Candy Crush collect data on you too.
 Part of the reason they do it is to serve you better.
 For example, Amazon wants to know what
 books you've bought. If you 've read Harry Potter,
 it can suggest other fantasy novels for you.
 But there's another reason these companies
 are collecting data: to make money selling ads
 OUs: unknown; not named
 official set of rules or ideas
 ONLINE PRIVACY Relax. The Snapchat ghost isn't watching you from inside your phone.
 companies do collect information about what you do online. How much do they know abe
 cholastic Action
 www.scholostic.com/
 is the food still
 popular today?
 Fskuruui.eswa it13niOnnria
The crap schools are teaching now. I died a little when I saw this. This is painful.

The crap schools are teaching now. I died a little when I saw this. This is painful.

Olson: If you believe in snow, you have to believe ievehave had to learn the simplest things lest. Bad things are going to happe Outside taillights slash the night: red and more red This is the cycle of life at tinfes uncertain- certain се for the sake whatwas that Let us recall The meek inherit othing let National heek inherit nothin Admit it- The argument had smoldered for a week, I probably should've said what I meant. As if it were a scene made-up by the mind Poetry Over rips and tears You tossed a blanket from the bed, To bear and to enjoy, endure and do I sit in the bare apartmentMOnth what was At dusk es notad rhenwe falload ofous hearts. Eurt It is terrible to come down. You don't know anything Unless you de le de nless Unless Unless April 2016 A florilegium celebrating 20 years of National Poetry Month. Poetry line credits: If you believe in snow, you have to believe from "Maggie Says There's No Such Thing as Winter" by Janet McNally; I have had to learn the simplest things last from "Maxiimus, to himself" by Charles Olson; Bad things are going to happen from "Relax" by Ellen Bass; Outside taillights slash the night red and more red from Remnants by m Handlin, Thais is the ycle of life from Design" by Billy Collins; at times uncertain- from "And I in My Bed Again by Hilda Morley; Let us recall that for the sake of what was left from "Elegy for My Mother's Fx-Boyfriend" by Janes Kimbrell The meek inherit nothme from Center of the Wordd" by Safiya Sinclair; Admit it-from "Six Months after Contemplating Suicide" by Erika L. Sánchez; The argument had smoldered for a week from "A View of the Sea by L. D. McClatchy probably shouldve said what meant from "Stuff probably did and didn't by Stephanie Gray; as if it were a scene mnade-up by the mind from "Often 1 Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow" by Robert Duncan; over rips and toars from "A Nameless ne by Martart Avisone tossed a btaneet from the bed from "Preludes" by T. S. Eliot; To bear and to enjoy, endure and do from "My Father in the Night Commanding No by Louis Simpson; I sit in the bare apartment from "Gabriel" by Adrienne Rich; at dusk from If the Owl Calls Again" by John Hames; Bret this act does not count when we fall out of our hearts from "The Act of Counting" by Nathalie Handal; It is terrible to come down from "Here in Katmandu" by Donald lustice; You don't know anything unless you do from Every Morning" by Mary Oliver. Poster design by Debbie Millman; production by Emily Weiland. academy of american poets american libraries The Washington Post POETRY sappi АВА NCTE National Council of Teachers of English GRAYWOLF PRESS 826 national poetry month Penguin Random House AMERICAN BOOKSELLERS ASSOCIATION NATIONAL National Endowment for the Arts О, Miami FOUNDATION SCHOLASTIC FUBLISHINO TUTORING Midland Paper CAT5O TEARS open a world of possible, VERSO. ahgo National How do I read this
Olson: If you believe in snow, you have to believe
 ievehave had to learn the simplest things lest.
 Bad things are going to happe
 Outside taillights slash the night: red and more red
 This is the cycle of life
 at tinfes uncertain-
 certain
 се
 for the sake whatwas
 that
 Let us recall
 The meek inherit othing
 let
 National
 heek inherit nothin
 Admit it-
 The argument had smoldered for a week,
 I probably should've said what I meant.
 As if it were a scene made-up by the mind
 Poetry
 Over rips and tears
 You tossed a blanket from the bed,
 To bear and to enjoy, endure and do
 I sit in the bare apartmentMOnth
 what was
 At dusk
 es notad rhenwe falload ofous hearts.
 Eurt
 It is terrible to come down.
 You don't know anything
 Unless you de
 le de
 nless
 Unless
 Unless
 April 2016
 A florilegium celebrating 20 years of National Poetry Month. Poetry line credits: If you believe in snow, you have to believe from "Maggie Says There's No Such Thing as Winter" by Janet McNally; I have had to learn the simplest things last from "Maxiimus,
 to himself" by Charles Olson; Bad things are going to happen from "Relax" by Ellen Bass; Outside taillights slash the night red and more red from Remnants by m Handlin, Thais is the ycle of life from Design" by Billy Collins; at times uncertain-
 from "And I in My Bed Again by Hilda Morley; Let us recall that for the sake of what was left from "Elegy for My Mother's Fx-Boyfriend" by Janes Kimbrell The meek inherit nothme from Center of the Wordd" by Safiya Sinclair; Admit it-from "Six
 Months after Contemplating Suicide" by Erika L. Sánchez; The argument had smoldered for a week from "A View of the Sea by L. D. McClatchy probably shouldve said what meant from "Stuff probably did and didn't by Stephanie Gray; as if it
 were a scene mnade-up by the mind from "Often 1 Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow" by Robert Duncan; over rips and toars from "A Nameless ne by Martart Avisone tossed a btaneet from the bed from "Preludes" by T. S. Eliot; To bear and
 to enjoy, endure and do from "My Father in the Night Commanding No by Louis Simpson; I sit in the bare apartment from "Gabriel" by Adrienne Rich; at dusk from If the Owl Calls Again" by John Hames; Bret this act does not count when we fall out
 of our hearts from "The Act of Counting" by Nathalie Handal; It is terrible to come down from "Here in Katmandu" by Donald lustice; You don't know anything unless you do from Every Morning" by Mary Oliver. Poster design by Debbie Millman;
 production by Emily Weiland.
 academy of
 american poets
 american
 libraries
 The Washington Post
 POETRY
 sappi
 АВА
 NCTE
 National Council of
 Teachers of English
 GRAYWOLF
 PRESS
 826
 national
 poetry month
 Penguin
 Random
 House
 AMERICAN
 BOOKSELLERS
 ASSOCIATION
 NATIONAL
 National
 Endowment
 for the Arts
 О,
 Miami
 FOUNDATION
 SCHOLASTIC
 FUBLISHINO
 TUTORING
 Midland Paper
 CAT5O TEARS
 open a world of possible,
 VERSO.
 ahgo
 National
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How do I read this