Recording History - October 2014 News
“There is a time for many words, and there is also a time for sleep.”
Homer, The Odyssey
Humans have long been documenting events with paintings on cave walls; sculptures; writing on papyrus; photographs; records and tapes; and film and video. One way we're doing it today is with oral histories. From John Lomax recording southern folk and blues songs in the 1930's, to modern digital recording of oral histories, historians have always had a problem researching the recordings...until now.
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