William Shakespeare (1564 (baptism, not d..o.b) - 1616) was an English playwright and poet, and some believe him to be the greatest writer in the English language and the world's most outstanding dramatist. The title, "Bard of Avon," derives from...
A thesis paper discussing the educational benefits of television, and how TV has expanded the potential for education for the average worldwide citizen.
This article will provide you with the latest list of non-writing contests. Whether a professional or amateur, you can try your hands in any of the contests for a chance to win cash prizes and other cool awards. What's more, the contests are free to enter.
The process of human evolution took along time. In the earliest stages of physical evolution, humans walked on all floors. Gradually they learn to walk upright. Every changes made it count.
A few days ago, I came across an article in the local newspaper. A man I had been at school with, more than twenty years ago, had been awarded an Emmy in America for his efforts in television arts. Whilst I was hugely impressed, I wasn't altogether...
Cowboys come in many different varieties. The working cowboy and the urban cowboy are worlds apart, with many other flavors in between.
Russian is a great language! It is fun to hear and learn the alphabet, the names of the months of the year, and to count in Russian. There are other fun things about Russian - like number songs.
All right, grammar geeks, how do we spell thumbs-up, really and truly? Greekgeek aka Mythphile investigates.
My edition of a beloved anonymous poem, "Carmen Possum," circulated among Latin students for over a hundred years. (Includes vocabulary list for those whose Latin is rusty.)
Did Steve Jobs play the guitar? Learn how the visionary of Apple was influenced by music and understand the connection between science and the arts. Find out how we can learn from Steve Jobs' creativity.