Every year, March the 14th, 3/14 or 3.14, is Pi Day. Once century, however, the date is 3/14/15, making it an extra special Pi Day. Tomorrow is such a day. In celebration, we present a Suffragist pie recipe from a 1915 suffrage charity cook book.
Posts on March 2015
The Oxford Very Short Introduction (VSI) series is a great way to explore a new topic.
The German architect and engineer Frei Otto (1925-2015) has been posthumously awarded this year's Pritzker Architecture Prize. Best known for his work with lightweight tensile and membrane structures, he founded and led the Institute for Lightweight Structures at the University of Stuttgart. Numerous images of his work are in the AAEL Digital Image library.
Wicked Autumn is a British village mystery in the tradition of Agatha Christie, but with a contemporary setting.
This is a beautiful book that showcases the lives of dogs living in France: modern city dogs walking by the Seine in Paris, working dogs herding goats on a rocky mountainside, and well-mannered dogs living in regal surroundings.
A long-desired recon project finally gets attention.
It’s possible we should have written this blog post years ago, when we first created our workflow for how we shepherd digitization projects through our Digital Library. Well, we were busy creating it, that’s our excuse. Three years later, we’re on our third iteration.
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