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NC Web Archives Tips for Searching: Archive-It

NC Web Archives Tips for Searching: Archive-It

Welcome to the Web Archives Tips for Searching tutorial series. The North Carolina State Government Web Site Archive and Access program is a resource from the State Archives and the State Library, sister agencies of the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. Searching the web archive is easy! To start, go to webarchives.ncdcr.gov. …

Eugene B. Redmond Oral History Interview #3 (Mar. 12, 2012)

Eugene B. Redmond Oral History Interview #3 (Mar. 12, 2012)

©2012 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville 0:00:00 [Reading of “Miles Song” and “Milestone” (second reading begins at 0:03:38); discussion of “Miles Song” and Songs from an Afro/phone] Rambsy: Alright Professor Redmond, I was going to start with two of your Miles Davis poems. So “Miles Song” and then “Milestone.” So I’m just wondering could I get …

Evolution of Web Design 1990-2019

Evolution of Web Design 1990-2019

the first website was published in 1990 comparing to today’s website it’s really impressive to see how far we have come in this video we will travel back in time to see each step of web design evolution in the past 30 years let’s check it out 1990 was when the world first website was …

The History of Flex the Mascot

The History of Flex the Mascot

Who or what is exactly Flex? Recent evidence suggests that he’s thousands of years old. He’s been influencing key events in America’s history. Could he have sunk the Titanic? He helped Al Capone build his empire. Here he is at Woodstock. He helped Nixon get elected. Could he have helped ancient Egyptians build the pyramids? …